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    The Public Health Department and CDC are working closely to monitor the novel coronavirus that has emerged from Wuhan, China.  CUSD maintains contact with the Public Health Department regarding any new developments and advisories.  The risk from the novel coronavirus to spread in Los Angeles County residents is deemed to be low at this time.  There is no immediate threat to the general public and no special precautions are required.  All community members should continue to engage in their regular activities and practice good health hygiene as this is the height of flu season across the County. 

    If you recently traveled to China and feel sick, you should:

    • Stay home and avoid contact with others, except for seeking medical care.
    • Seek medical care right away. Before you go to a doctor’s office or emergency room, call ahead and tell them about your recent travel and your symptoms.  

    Please refer to the LA County Department of Public Health website and the FAQ’s for further details of the disease.

    Posted 1/28/20

    Claremont Unified School District is committed to continued excellence.  To help us achieve this goal, we request a few minutes of your time to complete our Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) Parent and Community Survey.  This survey will provide us with important feedback from parents and community members like you to better serve our students.  The survey will close on February 7th, 2020.

    The Parent/Community Survey can be accessed at:

    We thank you for your continued support and wish you and your families a good evening.

    Posted 1/24/20

    Free and reduced meals online application

    Please use this link to submit your online application for free or reduced priced meals.

    Applications will be processed within 10 days of receipt.  Any fees incurred prior to eligibility coverage is the responsibility of the students’ parent /guardian.

    If you have any questions regarding the process, contact the Nutrition Services Department at (909)398-0358 X73003.

    Immigration Resources

    Claremont Unified School District is committed to providing a safe space for learning for each and every student, regardless of immigration status. click here for information

    Additional information can be found on the LACOE website under Immigration Issues

    Additional information regarding DACA can be found on the ACSA website under Advocacy

    Recursos de inmigracion

    El Distrito Escolar Unificado de Claremont se compromete a proporcionar un espacio seguro para el aprendizaje de cada uno de nuestros  estudiantes, independientemente de su estatus migratorio. Haga clic aquí para más información.

    Información adicional se puede encontrar en el sitio web de LACOE  en  Asuntos de Inmigración

    Información adicional acerca de DACA puede encontrarse en el sitio web de ACSA bajo Advocacy

    District Calendar

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    CUSD has gone paperless for flyers sent home to parents!

    Click the Peachjar icon to log in!


    Please be aware that CUSD students never solicit on our behalf door to door. This is a SCAM perpetruated by individuals engaged in fraudulent activities attempting to solicit money from local residents and businesses.

    Unfortunately, it seems to have become an annual occurrence for this type of activity to be happening.  We post a permanent notification on our website and social media platforms informing the public that we never authorize CUSD students to solicit door to door.

    If you receive a solicitation, please call your local police department and report this fraudulent activity. Provide a description of the alleged students/parents, photos/videos of THE incident, if possible.

    Please share this Alert with others in the community.

    CUSD Safety Hotline Number

    (909) 398-0664

    This initiative is yet another effort to ensure our schools are safe and secure for each and every student and staff member.

    Crisis Text Line
    Text HELLO to 741741


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    About Us

    Currently, the District has over 7,000 students in its TK-12 program and runs an extensive Adult School program. There are seven unique elementary schools, one includes a program for the orthopedically handicapped; an intermediate school; a comprehensive high school; and a community day school and a continuation school.