Educational Excellence, Community, Diversity

Transparency

The City School is a charter public school governed by a nonprofit board of directors and overseen by the Los Angeles Unified School District. On January 12, 2016, the LAUSD board voted to approve a Board Resolution, “Keeping Parents Information: Charter Transparency” which was passed with the support of the LA charter community. The resolution highlighted information and data that charter public schools share with parents through their charter petitions, School Accountability Report Cards, Local Education Agency Plans, Local Control Accountability Plans, Annual Audits, and other publicly available documents. This information is available from The City School school electronically or manually by parent request.

Per board resolution, parents may request this information in English and any single primary language meeting the requirements of Sections 45400 through 45403 of the California Education Code. Please submit parent requests for documents or translated information to Pamela Orellana, Office Manager, at porellana@citycharterschools.org or 310-273-2489.

Links to Most Commonly Requested Resources:

- Charter Petition
- School Accountability Report Card
- 2015 California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress
- Local Control Accountability Plan
- Audited Financial Statements
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Uniform Complaint Procedures & Complaint Form

Additional resources that may be requested include, but are not limited to:

Local Education Agency Plan
Field Act compliance
Available play space/density
Teacher credential status
Chanda Smith Consent Decree compliance (including, but not limited to proper documentation displayed and made available to parents)
Staff pay scale (including, but not limited to teachers, administrators, clerical staff, custodial staff, aides, etc.)
Instructional materials
Brown Act compliance
Food service/caloric content
Special Education services (including, but not limited to SELPA affiliation)
Curriculum content
Special Education by type (high incident, low incident)