• * The survey ends on May 5.

    LCAP Message English

    Dear Pasadena Unified Students, Staff, Parents, and Community Members, 

    Pasadena Unified builds its Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) using feedback from different stakeholder groups.  These stakeholder groups include teachers, students, student families, community partners, and even members of the PUSD public who may not have children attending our schools.

    PUSD is using this survey to help gather information about your ideas and opinions concerning the district’s LCAP.  The survey will take about 10 to 15 minutes to complete and the information will be used to determine what areas the district should prioritize in the development of the LCAP for each school year.  Without your input, PUSD would not be able to accurately collect and analyze the diverse viewpoints that exist within the PUSD community. 

    Thank you for your time and thoughtfulness in completing this survey.

    Take the survey at https://hanover-research.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_ewYpNv0kBcSDb8i 

    LCAP Message Spanish 

    Estimados estudiantes, personal, padres y miembros de la comunidad, 

    El Distrito Escolar Unificado de Pasadena construye su Plan de Responsabilidad y Control Local (LCAP) utilizando comentarios de diferentes grupos de partes interesadas. Estos grupos de partes interesadas incluyen maestros, estudiantes, familias de estudiantes, socios comunitarios e incluso miembros del público del PUSD que pueden no tener niños que asisten a nuestras escuelas.

    El PUSD está utilizando esta encuesta para ayudar a recopilar información sobre sus ideas y opiniones sobre el LCAP del distrito. La encuesta tomará entre 10 y 15 minutos en completarse y la información se utilizará para determinar qué áreas debe priorizar el distrito en el desarrollo del LCAP para cada año escolar. Sin su opinión, el PUSD no podría recopilar y analizar con precisión los diversos puntos de vista que existen dentro de la comunidad del PUSD. 

    Gracias por su tiempo y consideración al completar esta encuesta.

    Tome la encuesta en https://hanover-research.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_ewYpNv0kBcSDb8i 

Past Surveys

  • Link to Climate and Social Emotional Learning Survey
    SEL Survey Results
    • School Climate Results

    • SEL Survey Results
    • School Climate Results

    Responses from Spring 2021 on students' perceptions regarding their social awareness, academic resilience, and growth mindsets.

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    Survey Results
    Regarding our one-time $40 million Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER III) grant. Respondents' priorities included: focusing on key ELA and Math curriculum; increasing instructional staffing; targeting students with the greatest need for support and intervention; and strengthening social-emotional supports. The community supported making improvements to facilities, including repairs to classroom windows, replacing old carpets and generally improving classrooms to reduce environmental hazards related to COVID-19.
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    Survey Results
    Administered between 9/1/2020 and 9/13/2020 to learn about families experiences and satisfaction with curbside food service program, as well as convenience of pickup hours.
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    Survey Results
    Special Education Spring/Summer 2020 Remote Learning Web Survey - Administered July 28 - August 2, 2020: The Office of Specialized Student Support conducted a survey about families' experiences around the emergency Remote Learning Program implemented in the spring and summer when schools were physically closed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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    Survey Results
    Online School for 2020-21 - Administered July 1-14, 2020 to learn which students' families intend to enroll in an online school option at the start of the 2020-21 school year.
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    Survey Results
    Covid-19 Closure Survey - Administered April 26 - May 3, 2020 to gather feedback from students, their parents, staff, and administrators regarding their concerns, how well the district was supporting students and staff, and what resources and supports would be useful during the remote learning period.