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Mission Statement

The Mission of CUSD is to provide a safe, student-centered, high quality education to ALL students. 

Vision Statement

To provide, in cooperation with our families, an excellent, well-balanced education where students gain skills necessary for success in an ever-changing world. 

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BPS 2018 Patriotic Performance: "Thank You America"

Responding to the Incident in Florida

Good Afternoon,

 

At a time when everyone is anxious about school safety, I think it appropriate to reassure you of the measures we take at CUSD to keep students and staff safe.

 

  1. We have safety drills which are practiced frequently.  After each drill we assess and look for ways to make things even more safe.
  2. We invested, and will continue to invest, in safety infrastructure and equipment upgrades. 
  3. Our safety protocols demand contacting the police, even in cases where we have no tangible evidence of a threat.
  4. Even the least possible credible hint of a threat would send our sites into Lockdown mode immediately.
  5. Parents are notified each and every time we have any credible hint of a threat.  
  6. We do not, and will not, place our students in danger by pretending "it wouldn't happen here."   We are sadly aware that violence can happen anywhere.  
  7. Our safety mantra is "Regret is always harder."  Which means I would rather see us go into 1,000 unnecessary lockdowns than fail to go into lockdown when it is really needed.  

I hope our community and parents trust that we place student safety at the top of our priority list.  And if it brings you any comfort, my own son attends Colusa Schools.  I do not think my approach to school safety would change even if he did not, but it does speak to my personal investment in the safety of our students. 

 

My professional and personal commitment to keep our ALL our children safe is, I hope, obvious, and will continue to be so.

 

Sending condolences to the Families affected by the incident in Florida.

 

 

Dwayne Newman

Superintendent

 

 

 

 

CUSD Employment Opportunities

Job Title:

7/8 ScienceTeacher

 

Location: Egling Middle School

Days: 186 Days/year

Salary: $48,331 - $88,122 (w/longevity) 

 

Deadline: Open Until Filled 

 

Process: Click here to apply on Edjoin

 


Job Title:

7/8 Math Teacher

 

Location: Egling Middle School

Days: 186 Days/year

Salary: $48,331 - $88,122 (w/longevity) 

 

Deadline: Open Until Filled 

 

Process: Click here to apply on Edjoin

Winter Reading Program

 

Reading Takes You Places

Join us at the 

main branch of the 

Colusa County Free Library

February 20th-23rd

10:30am to 11:30am

for stories and fun activities!

Ages: 5-9 Years


For more information please contact

Stacey Zwald Costello at Colusa County Library at

738 Market Street in Colusa CA 95932

or call 530/458-0372

 

This is part of Aubrey Miller's senior project at Colusa High School

Thank you to all who participate.

UCP Annual Notice for 2017 – 2018

For students, employees, parents/guardians, school and district advisory committee members, private school officials, and other interested parties

Standards Based Grading: a better way to communicate about student learning

Interested in learning more about Standards Based Grading?  Click on the Administration tab above and then select Superintendent's Bulletin. 

CHS Parents can Help with District Funding

CUSD recently calculated that the district loses out on $70,000 each year. The loss results from a lack of Free Lunch Applications being completed at the High School.

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Colusa High School Graduation 2017

RiverHawks Graduation Ceremony - June 1st, 2017

CAHS & Home School Graduation Ceremony - May 31st, 2017

Colusa County

Safe Routes to School

 

For more information about the plan and ways to get involved, please visit the project website at:

 

ColusaCountySafeRoutes.org

 

 

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Infinite Campus

Today: 2/19/18
All Day: February Break
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Emergency Operations Manual

Click here to view the Emergency Operations Manual. 

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Click here to view the past Golden Apple Recipients

 

Click on Administration, then Superintendent's Bulletin for our monthly newsletters. 

The Governing Board is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals in education. District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from discrimination based on race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, or genetic information; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

Board Meeting Information

Regular Board Meeting - February 13, 2018 5:15 PM

Location: 745 Tenth St. Colusa, CA 95932 - Conference Room 

Click here to view the agenda.