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Claremont Unified School District

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    School Accountability Report Cards

    SARCs are available in hardcopy at the District Office and in your school's office.

    Parent Notices for the 2018-2019 school year

    Parent Engagement Policy

    Public Notices

    Happenings


    Claremont Unified School District is pleased to offer our parents and caregivers a way to access referrals for mental health and substance abuse.

     

    In order to access this referral information our personal district Care Solace website is :

    CareSolace.com/claremontparents

    Posted 10/19/18


     

    On behalf of the California Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Coalition, we are pleased to recognize Claremont High School, Mountain View Elementary, Condit Elementary, and Vista del Valle Elementary schools for successful PBIS implementation at the SILVER level.

    Posted 8/22/18

    We invite our parents and community to join us at our various parent engagement workshops and committee meetings throughout the year.  Please see attached schedule. 

    Posted 8/8/18

    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 at this website: http://www.lacoe.edu/Home/ImmigrationIssues.aspx

    For information regarding DACA, please visit this website: https://www.acsa.org/Advocacy/education-is-a-right

    Recursos de inmigracion

    Claremont Unified School District se compromete a proveer un lugar seguro para la educación de todos y cada uno de sus estudiantes, independientemente de sus condiciones migratorias. Para información haga click aquí

    Puede obtener más información en el sitio web: http://www.lacoe.edu/Home/ImmigrationIssues.aspx

    Para mas informacion acerca de DACA:  https://www.acsa.org/Advocacy/education-is-a-right

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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.

    Thoughtexchange Results

    CA Healthy Kids Survey

    Spotlight

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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.