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    Parent Notices for the 2019-2020 School Year
    Public Notices


    On November 8, 2016, voters residing within the Claremont Unified School District passed Measure G, a $58,000,000 bond measure which authorized funding for district facilities repairs, upgrades, as well as new construction projects. On January 19, 2017, and in accordance with State law, the Claremont Unified School District Board of Education appointed an Independent Citizens’ Oversight Committee to work with the district.  In accordance with Education Code Section 15278(b) the committee shall:

    • inform the public concerning the district’s expenditure of Measure G bond proceeds;

    • review expenditure reports produced by the district to ensure that Measure G bond proceeds were expended only for the purposes set forth in Measure G; and

    • present to the Board in public session, an annual written report outlining the committee’s activities and conclusions regarding the expenditure of Measure G proceeds.

    The Citizens’ Oversight Committee has one vacancy for an “at large” seat. To be a qualified person to serve on the committee, an applicant must be at least 18 years of age.  Employees, vendors, contractors, and consultants of the Claremont Unified School District are prohibited by law from being members of the Citizens’ Oversight Committee.  Employment which could result in becoming a contractor or subcontractor to the district would also be a potential conflict.

    If you have an interest in serving on this committee, please download, complete, and hand-deliver application by no later than 4:30 p.m. on August 12, 2019, to:

    c/o Business Services Department
    Claremont Unified School District
    170 W. San Jose Ave
    Claremont, Ca 91711
    (909) 398-0602

    Applications are also available at the District Office in the Business Services Department.

    Posted 6/27/19

    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

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    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
    School Accountability Report Cards
    Claremont High School SARC


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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.