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Local Control and Accountability Plan Community Engagement

Fresno Unified School District values input from various stakeholders and uses this feedback throughout the development of the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP is a plan that describes the district's overall vision for student success and includes investment actions aimed at improving student outcomes.

Listed below are dates for the LCAP community engagement workshops, where stakeholders can hear updates on initiatives, review districtwide student performance data and provide feedback that will help inform future investment priorities.


LCAP Community Engagement Workshops 

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All meetings will begin at 5:30 pm. Babysitting, dinner and translation provided.


Duncan Polytechnical High School
(McLane Region)

​January 8, 2020Cafeteria​
Edison High School​January 9, 2020​Cafeteria
​Bullard High School​January 14, 2020​Cafeteria
​Hoover High School​January 22, 2020​Cafeteria
​Patiño High School​February 4, 2020​Cafeteria/Multipurpose Room
​Fresno High School​February 13, 2020​Library
Roosevelt High School​February 19, 2020​Library and Parent Center
​Sunnyside High School​February 20, 2020​Cafeteria



Click the link above to read the Board Approved June 12, 2019 LCAP



2019/20 Progress Report - English - Spanish - Hmong


2019/20 Executive Summary - English - Spanish - Hmong


Click the link above to read the Board Approved May 30, 2018 LCAP  



2018/19 Progress Report - English - SpanishHmong 

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2018/19 Executive Summary  - English - Spanish - Hmong

English LCAP
Spanish LCAP
Hmong LCAP




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