Corona-Norco Unified School District Seeks Public Feedback Regarding What They Value Most in the School System

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The Corona-Norco Unified School District (CNUSD) has posted a request for district stakeholders (e.g., students, parents, staff, and community members) to fill out an online community survey to help guide the decisions the district makes regarding the educational services they provide.  The results from this survey will be used to determine priorities when examining needs within the district and will help to develop their Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).

The three areas the district is exploring as part of the LCAP are pupil outcomes, conditions of learning, and engagement.

Questions related to pupil outcomes covers the basic services the schools provide such as access to fully credentialed teachers, instructional materials etc.  It also refers to the implementation of state standards, such as Common Core.

Conditions of learning focuses on course access and ensuring all students have classes available to them to prepare for college and their careers, as well as measuring outcomes related to areas of study like physical education and the arts.

Engagement refers to things like parent involvement, student achievement, pupil engagement and school climate, such as the suspension and expulsion rates.

The survey is made up of 37, mostly multiple-choice questions and can be found here. The Stakeholder Survey is anonymous and it explores all of the above categories reflected in the CNUSD LCAP as well as a few questions that help classify the person completing the survey.

Those with questions or concerns about the survey can contact CNUSD Educational Services at (951) 736-5080.

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  1. Hi I Will will have a concern about bullin at school I think district don t take this Seriously, everyday there is more suecide cases and I will like district to put more attention on this, not only with big signs, our kids need to know what bullin means, have meetings with students a lease once a week, with parent’s too. It is horrible this matter and it is happening at school.

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