NEW to Placer Union? Register with AIR
Are you looking to enroll in a PUHSD school? Aeries Internet Registration (AIR) is for students who are not currently enrolled in one of our schools---transfer students---or did not attend one of our foundation elementary schools. To assist you, we have kiosk computers with printers available in each school office. (Note: If your student is currently enrolled as an 8th grader at one of our foundation elementary schools, information about registration will be shared through that elementary school and there is no need for AIR.)
If you have questions about enrollment or residency requirements, please call or visit your local school office.
Thank you and we hope to welcome you and your child to Placer Union very soon!
PROTECT YOUR CHILD'S cHROMEBOOK
PUHSD offers a Chromebook Protection Plan to all families, new and returning. This annual investment will enroll your child's laptop in a program that will minimize out-of-pocket costs in the event of damage. The cost is $30, payable at your school office. See the details by clicking the plan link below.
A UNIQUE PORTAL for placer union
Check your email for information about activating your portal account. If you are having difficulty, contact your school directly or email Stacy Petrovich at email@example.com
UPDATING YOUR CHILD'S INFORMATION
You can now log in to the portal to update your child's information and review all annual notices. After updating, please send or email a signed copy of your child's emergency card directly to the school via the registrar. Once complete, your child's schedule will be viewable on the portal or handed out at your school's schedule launch event.
HELP YOUR CHILD ACTIVATE ACCOUNTS
Once you have access to your portal, look for the Perm ID# next to your child's name on the info tab. This is the number for all new students to activate their Google Apps (Mail) account. Visit the Resources for Students page for details on username and password conventions. Once a student is able to enter their email account, they'll have a message waiting for them that explains how to activate a "student" portal account in Aeries. Soon they'll be all set for the year.
We keep you up-to-date with our home communication system: School Messenger. To replay messages previously sent, call (855) 608-5585 and follow the prompts.
Let's Do Lunch
Sign up for lunch plans, make payments online, and learn about our kid-friendly nutrition program! (Free & Reduced Meals BP 3553 & AR 3553.) You will have an option to apply within the portal. And if you want to pre-pay for lunches, visit our dedicated website. Go there...
Take the Bus
Sign up for bus passes with our transportation partners at Mid-Placer Transportation. Go there...
VISITING OUR CAMPUSES
Check in with our friendly office staff whenever you pay a visit to any of our campuses. They will check you in and provide any direction you need to find your way around. (Campus Visitors AR 1250).
When urgent, emergency notifications are phoned to all households. Closures and weather conditions may be announced on these stations:
Beginning with the 2017-18 school year, only students where hardship exists will be considered for an Intradistrict Open Enrollment transfer. Hardship applications for the 2017-18 school year will be posted in December 2016 and will be considered between January 3, 2017 to February 10, 2017.
Open Enrollment within Our District
For information on open enrollment within our district, contact Diana Blais at 530-886-4400.
TRANSFERRING WITH OTHER DISTRICTS
The Student Transfer application should be completed as early in the year as possible. If you wish to transfer into our district, you must first complete a transfer form from your current district of residence and also provide your student's most recent grades, attendance, and discipline notes, if any, upon receipt of the application being sent to our district office. If you wish to transfer out of our district to attend a school in another district, please fill out the form below and send it to our district office at 13000 New Airport Road, Auburn, CA 95603. For information, contact Diana Blais at 530.886.4400.
INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT - CHEMICALS OF LAST RESORT
Please review the plan explaining our district's approach to keeping our campuses free from unwelcome animal guests. For more perspective, watch a video trailer provided by the State of California.
CAL GRANT OPT OUT
Each year, we participate in a program that identifies all seniors who may be eligible for a CalGrant to attend college. If you don't want your daughter or son to have their name and student ID submitted to the California Student Aid Commission, please fill out this easy form by September 15. Go there...
CAASPP (Testing) OPT OUT
Click to review a letter to parents regarding all of our state testing, with more details below. This letter also includes information spelling out opt-out requirements, governed by administrative regulation approved by the PUHSD Board of Trustees.
Take a minute to preview what all parents of seniors will receive each fall----it's the individualized score report from our spring online testing of 11th graders. Click below to view in English or click here for Spanish.
By the way, you'll hear teachers and principals talk about this test as the "S-BAC" test, which stands for Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium. It's a national exam that students across the country take each spring. Here's a video explaining the Smarter assessment.
In addition to the individual student score report (see above), Smarter results also provides school-wide scores that reflect how well we are preparing students for college and career. In time, Smarter Balanced results will be a school and district's accountability measurement used by the State of California and the U.S. Department of Education.
Finally, here's a letter to parents regarding all of our state testing. This letter also includes information spelling out the opt-out requirements, governed by administrative regulation.
CA Assessment Guide
Parent guide for California online tests: Click here.
College Credit Classes
Opportunities for dual credit / dual enrollment classes with Sierra College are now available. These offerings are typically more advanced classes where a student earns credit for their high school diploma and simultaneously earns credit on a college transcript. Sierra College has been our forward-thinking partner in the effort. Classes for 2016-17 include:
One course is articulated for dual-credit with Sacramento State.
Classes are limited to select high school faculty. Ask your child's counselor about this opportunity to get a jump on college.
Seal of Bi-literacy
Learn more about our Seal of Bi-literacy and the requirements to earn this special status at graduation. Click...
We offer courses via a distance format that utilizes our technology infrastructure and the talents of some amazing faculty. Offerings are broadcast live from one campus to another via Chromebox for Meetings equipment with TV monitors and 2-way audio.
Privacy of Student Data
Please read our letter to families regarding student information. This is an effort to provide you assurances, state our commitments, as well as be responsive to society's fast-changing technology landscape. Also addressed are the latest California statutes on student data protections. Privacy Letter to Families
Be a Foster Family
We need Placer Union families to serve as foster families so that some of our students can remain enrolled in our supportive schools.
Destiny Quest Library
Your child can choose great "reads" like they're on Amazon and then pick them up while on campus. They can reserve the latest fiction title today and share an online review once they've turned the last page.
Here's how to navigate Quest.
Encourage your son or daughter to hone their math and English skills by checking out these how-to videos created by PUHSD faculty. Click...
School Report Cards
Review the School Accountability Report Cards, updated annually and submitted to the California Department of Education.
CA Curriculum Guides