Ventura Unified School District requesting community input

The Ventura Unified School District (VUSD) is asking the public for assistance. VUSD is conducting its Local Control & Accountability Plan (LCAP) Survey. The LCAP is a three-year plan that helps the VUSD Board and staff set goals for the City of Ventura’s District and schools and determines how to use resources and funding. The deadline to provide feedback is Sunday, May 15, 2022.

“This is the chance for our community to help guide the District and provide input on the direction Ventura Unified should be heading in the future,” stated Dr. Antonio Castro, Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services. “It is important to both the Board and the staff that all stakeholders have a voice in this process. It is a vital component to our future goal-setting.”

There are several surveys for stakeholders this year including surveys aimed at parents/guardians of VUSD students, a student survey, a staff survey, and a community survey.

The public is encouraged to fill out the survey(s) that best represent their association with the Ventura Unified School District. VUSD oversees the K-12 public schools in the City of Ventura, not the County of Ventura.

For more information on the LCAP and access to the surveys, the public can visit the LCAP website at

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