2014-2015 Local Control Accountability Plan
At the June 19, 2014 school board meeting, the Tulare Joint Union High School District adopted its first Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP.) As part of the State of California’s 2013-2014 budget, education funding was changed to allow local school boards and communities to have greater control over how funds are spent. To facilitate that local control and accountability, school districts were required to develop a LCAP by working with the local community to provide services appropriate to meeting the education needs of all [Read More]
The Tulare Joint Union High School District is pleased to welcome you to their re-designed website. Our new site is designed to work on multiple platforms including tablets and smartphones. The site scales and re-sizes based on the size of the device you are viewing on. We also made a conscious effort to simplify the site to make information easier to find. Our website is still a work in progress and we will continue to make improvements based on feedback.
Clarity Technology Survey
The District is implementing a research based survey to assist in technology planning. This survey should be filled out by school staff, students, and parents. For more information and access to the survey visit the Clarity survey page on this site.
Local Control Accountability Plan
Open forums will be held at each site to discuss the district’s actions and expenditures to supprt student pupil outcomes and performance for the 2014-2015 school year. See the attached flyers for more information.
For even more information, please refer to the Budget Advisory Committee page.
21st Century High School After School Safety and Enrichment for Teens Program
Tulare Joint Union High School District is in the process of preparing an application for the 21st Century High School After School Safety and Enrichment for Teens Program – Cohort 9, to be submitted to the California Department of Education on December 12, 2013. If awarded program funding, each Tulare Joint Union High School District school will receive funding to establish or expand community learning centers that provide students in grades 9–12 with academic enrichment opportunities. Activities are designed to complement students’ regular academic program, assistance in passing the California High School Exit Examination (CAHSEE), career exploration, literacy and related educational [Read More]