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Anne Hubbard represents the Administration for the district as the Superintendent. She can be reached at the Hope School District office, (805) 682-2564, or ahubbard@hopeschooldistrict.org.

The Principals of our schools are:

The Administrative Staff are:

 





Current Events

Information for Parents
A letter to our community regarding HSD's current budgetary issues from Superintendent Anne Hubbard

Click here for Spanish version.


 
Report Cards

The first report cards for the school year will be sent home soon. The format has been changed to standards-based report cards which reflect student progress towards meeting the main grade-level standards.

Please click here for report card information in English.

Please click here for report card information in Spanish.


 
Board Meeting

The next Meeting of the Board of Trustees will be a Town Hall held on March 6th, at 7:00 p.m. in the Hope School MPR, 3970 La Colina Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93110.


On October 26th, Board President, Dan Cunnison, Superintendent, Anne Hubbard, HDTA Negotiators, Kelly Johnson, Nancy Thurston, and Janis Spracher, and CTA representative, Cindy Heller, met to discuss negotiating the 2016-17 collective bargaining agreement.

The Hope Elementary School District Board of Trustees will consider the proposal made by HDTA. The negotiating team will reconvene on November 10th.

El 26 de octubre Dan Cunnison, Presidente de la Junta Directiva, Anne Hubbard, Superintendente, Kelly Johnson, Nancy Thurston y Janis Spracher, Negociadores de HDTA y Cindy Heller, representante de CTA,se reunieron para discutir negociaciones para el convenio laboral de 2016-17.

La Mesa Directiva del Distrito Escolar Hope considerará la propuesta hecha por HDTA. El equipo de negociación se volverá a reunir el 10 de noviembre.


A list of Budget Revisions that were completed in June 2016 is available for your information. Please (click here) to view the list.


 

 
Local Control Accountability Plan
The Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) is a required document that each California school district must prepare under new state budget laws. The LCAP is designed to describe the program and expenses the district undertakes to provide an educational program that meets the wide range of student needs. To develop the plan, our district convened a representative advisory committee that included parents, teachers, and administrators.The LCAP was reviewed by school site councils, staff and several district committees. Public hearings to review the final draft of the LCAP took place at the June 9 and June 16 board meetings. You are welcome to share your comments and suggestions regarding the LCAP with the superintendent at (805) 682-2564, or by email: dcooperman@hopeschooldistrict.org

 

The Local Control Accountability Plan for 2014-2015 was approved by the Board of Trustees on July 23, 2014.
The Local Control Funding Formula Certification for 2013-2014 is available (click here) for review.

2015-16 LCAP
The Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) for 2015-2016 was approved by the Board of Trustees on June 9, 2015. You are welcome to contact the superintendent with any questions at (805) 682-2564, or dcooperman@hopesdk6.org.

Please click here to view the 2015-2016 LCAP Plan in English.

Please click here to view the 2015-2016 LCAP Plan in Spanish.


2016-17 LCAP

The  Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) for 2016-2017 was approved by the Board of Trustees on June 14, 2016. The plan was presented for a Public Hearing at the May 9 and June 13 regular board meetings.


Please click
here to view the 2016-2017 LCAP Plan in English.

Please click here to view the 2016-2017 LCAP Plan in Spanish.

 


 

 
Transitional Kindergarten
The Hope School District offers a Transitional Kindergarten program for students who will have their fifth birthday between September 2 and December 2, 2016.

Please Click Here For Information about the program.

Please Click Here For Information in Spanish.

 


 

 
2015-16 Unaudited Actuals
 
Notice to Contractors

Hope Elementary School District invites licensed contractors to submit the name of their firm for inclusion on the Hope Elementary School District list of qualified bidders for the year 2017.  This list will be used to procure services, on an informal bid basis, valued at less than $175,000.

(Please Click Here to View the Notice to Contractors; Qualified Bidders for the Year 2017)


 
Integrated Pest Management Plan
The Hope School District Integrated Pest Management Plan, updated in July 2015, is available here for your information. (click here)


 
Local Educational Agency Plan Addendum
The Board of Trustees approved the Local Educational Agency Program Improvement Plan Addendum at their meeting on February 10, 2014. Please Click Here to view the approved addendum.
Click Here to view the 2015-16 LEAP budget update.


 
Master Plan for English Learners
The Santa Barbara County Master Plan for English Learners was developed by the Santa Barbara County Co-Op and provides a formal structure for program implementation and evaluation. The plan is available here for review.

To view the plan in English...Click Here

To view the plan in Spanish...Click Here



 
Smarter Balanced Tests
The Smarter Balanced tests are expected to replaced the STAR tests in English-Language Arts and Math beginning in the 2014-15 school year.  Practice tests are now available.

Click Here for Information About the Practice Tests in English or Spanish

 


 

 
District Residency
The Hope School District serves students who live within district attendance boundaries. The district residency policy BP 5111.1 outlines criteria for residency requirements. Please click here for the district residency policy.

 

 
Open Enrollment Policy
The recent passage of the Open Enrollment Act requires districts to adopt a policy for interdistrict attendance under the Open Enrollment Act.
Please click here to view Administrative Regulation 5117.1 Interdistrict Attendance: Open Enrollment Act ("OEA Transfers").

 

 
Education Protection Account

The Board of Trustees adopted Resolution 12/13-14 Regarding the Education Protection Account (EPA) on May 13, 2013. Proposition 30 requires any district receiving EPA funds to post how it spends those monies on its website.

Please Click Here to View the Fiscal Report Regarding EPA Funds for 2013-14.

Please Click Here to View the Fiscal Report Regarding EPA Funds for 2014-15.

Please Click Here to View the Fiscal Report Regarding EPA Funds for 2015-16.


 

 

 
Comments for Trustees
The Board of Trustees welcomes comments from our district parents and community members. A feedback form for your comments is available here (click). Please return the completed form to the district office.  Thank you.

 
General Obligation Bond Oversight Committee

The Bylaws for the Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee were adopted by the Board of Trustees at their meeting on November 8, 2010.

Bond Oversight Committee Bylaws Revised September 8, 2014 (click here)

Proposition 39 Audit June 30, 2011 (click here)

Fund 21 Financial Report Bond Oversight Committee, December 2011 (click here)

The Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee met on June 6, 2012.

Bond Oversight Committee Annual Report, June 2012 (click here)

 

The Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee will meet on August 20, 2014, at 3:00 p.m.

Bond Oversight Committee Meeting Agenda (click here)

 

The Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee will meet on October 21, 2014, at 3:00 p.m.

Bond Oversight Committee Meeting Agenda (click here)

 

The Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee will meet on May 27, 2015, at 3:30 p.m. at Monte Vista School

Bond Oversight Committee Meeting Agenda (click here)


The Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee met on May 27, 2015.

Bond Oversight Committee Annual Report, May 2015 (click here)



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