Local Control Funding Formula (lcff)
- Replaces the current state model of funding with a more streamlined formula and removes most existing spending restrictions.
- Collapses over 20 categorical programs (funds earmarked by the state for different types of uses with spending restrictions). However, some categorical programs remain, including special education, after school programs, school lunches, transportation and TIIG (Targeted Instructional Improvement Grant).
- Shifts decision-making to the school district level with flexibility for local communities to decide how to best spend resources.
- Requires that districts must use supplemental and concentration funds to "increase or improve services for EL/LI pupils."
- Requires districts to adopt Local Control and Accountability Plans (LCAPs) that show how funds will be spent to provide high-quality educational programs and improve student outcomes.
- Implementation begins in 2013-14 and will be phased in over an eight-year period
Please take a moment to participate in the Hemet Unified School District Local Control Accountability Plan Interest Survey for your grade level.
This survey provides the District with valuable feedback and input regarding the programs and services that will allow Hemet Unified to prioritize spending decisions. The result will be a community-driven prioritized set of items to provide our students with a world-class education. You may only take this survey once.
- Encuestas (Spanish)
- Informative Resources on LCFF and LCAP (Información y recursos sobre LCFF y LCAP
- Información y recursos sobre LCFF y LCAP
Kindergarten/Transitional Kindergarten registration for elementary schools will begin April 15, 2014, and continue through the spring and summer at the Centralized Registration Office, 2085 W. Acacia Avenue, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Children must be 5 years old on or before December 2, 2014, to register. Please bring evidence of birth date, two forms of verification of address (utility bill, lease agreement/mortgage documents), immunization records, Dental Screening/Oral Health Assessment, physical examination report, and verification of parent/guardian identity.
If your child's immunizations are incomplete, make an appointment with your doctor or county health department immunization clinic. Take existing records with you. Hemet Unified School District Health Services will also provide free immunizations during regular clinic hours, 8 a.m. – 11 a.m., Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, when school is in session.
Registration forms may be picked up at the Centralized Registration Office, elementary school sites or the Hemet Unified School District website. For more information contact the Centralized Registration Office at 951-765-5100 ext. 3580.