Transition to Universal Transitional Kindergarten for all

RUSD is excited to begin the transition to Universal Transitional Kindergarten for all. Beginning in the 2022-2023 school year, children who turn five between September 2 and February 2 will be admitted to a TK program in the district. In the 2023-24 school year, children who turn five between September 2 and April 2 will be admitted to a TK program in the district. In the year 2024-2025, children who turn five between September 2 and June 2 will be admitted to Tk. In the year 2025-2026 and thereafter, children turning four by September 1 will be admitted to a TK program in the district. As a result of these new changes in Law, this will be the last year RUSD offers the ESK progra
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2021-2022 Board Meeting Dates and Agendas

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You can access the 2021-2022 Board Meeting Agendas and minutes, as well as the dates for future meetings by clicking here.

Annual Family Information Survey

Local Control and Accountability Plan

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Local Control and Accountability Plan


Executive Order N-56-20 extended the deadline for adoption of the 2020–21 LCAP from July 1, 2020, to December 15, 2020 and requires that the LEA complete a COVID-19 Operations Written Report to explain the changes to program offerings that the LEA has made in response to school closures.  To review the COVID-19 Operations Written Reportplease click here.

You can access the 2021 LCAP Federal Addendum by clicking hereHaga clic aquí para la traducción al español.

With input from staff, parents, students and community members, Ramona Unified School District has created the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). Click here to view previous years' LCAP.


Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan

Senate Bill 98 established that the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) and Annual Update are not required for the 2020-21 school year (due to COVID-19 school closures), and established Education Code Section 43509 requiring each school district to develop a Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan prior to September 30, 2020. 

The Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan is a key part of the overall budget for K-12 that seeks to address funding stability for schools while providing information for how student learning continuity will be addressed in the 2020-21 school year.  The plan was developed with input from community stakeholders and considers the needs of students, educators, and parents. Access the RUSD Learning Continuity Plan at the links below:


LCFF Budget Overview for Parents

Under the LCFF funding system, revenue limits and most state categorical programs have been eliminated. The LCFF creates funding targets based on student characteristics and provides greater flexibility to use these funds to improve student outcomes. For school districts and charter schools, the LCFF funding targets consist of grade span-specific base grants plus supplemental and concentration grants that are calculated based on student demographic factors.

You can view RUSD's LCFF Budget Overview for Parents by clicking here