The Lynwood Unified School District is inviting parents, students, staff and community members to participate in an online survey that will help shape District spending priorities and services needed to support student growth and academic achievement. Under the state’s new funding rules, school districts are required to adopt a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), which will guide the expenditure of state funds based on the particular needs of their students. LUSD has developed the LCAP Stakeholder Input Survey to help establish priorities for the development of the three-year plan. The online survey, available in English and Spanish, must be completed by Friday, April 25. Contact: Juliette Funes, 909-445-1001 (office)
Lynwood Unified community members voted on Nov. 6 to re-elect Board of Education President Alfonso Morales and Vice President Alma-Delia Renteria.
Lynwood Unified’s Pathway High School unveiled three new bungalows and a basketball court during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Nov. 1. Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon joined community leaders, students, staff and parents to dedicate the new facilities. The school’s independent studies program provides an alternative to a traditional high school schedule.
Lynwood Unified has received a California School Boards Association Golden Bell Award for its Guided Planning program, where teachers from the same grade level meet to collaborate, network and share lesson plans that strengthen the District’s curriculum.