VISION FOR THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

Community Forum Survey
Results

Using the online Community Forum Survey, the Culver City community provided important feedback over a six month period. The District's ed specs were developed using the community responses. Participants included students, parents, staff, volunteers, and community members.

1,334 Participants
1,290 English
44 Spanish

Here are some of the results:

Clear majority (80%+) of participants believe…

  • School facilities should be a role model for environmental stewardship for the community

  • School facilities should be a teaching tool for students
    (monitoring building energy usage with access to monitoring software)

  • Facilities need updating and modernization to support future ready learning

  • Facilities need repair and maintenance

More than half (66%+) of participants believe…

  • The facility supports school safety

  • The most important programs in the future will be:​

Most Important
College prep classes

Second Most Important
Classes focused on Fine Arts, Personalized and Flexible Learning, and Courses for Career Pathways

Half (50%+) of participants
believe…

  • Beyond core academics, Fine Arts (Music, Drama, Art) are the most valued programs. STEAM related programs (coding, Robotics, Construction) were valued second most, followed closely by programs focused on foreign languages

  • Facilities are in “good shape”

  • Traffic patterns for pickup and drop off are unsafe and do not work well 

  • The most important elements in the future for CCUSD schools will be Educational Programming, with a close 40% of participants also agreeing available technology will be important in the future