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Tulsi Patel - Student Board Member Recognition
Tulsi Patel - Student Board Member Recognition
2017-2018 Student Board Member Tulsi Patel is recognized for her service to the district. Her passion, insight and wisdom were truly appreciated.

Superintendent's Message

20 days ago

Superintendent's Welcome

Welcome to the Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District 2018-2019 School Year!  Our team is dedicated to providing a safe, fun, rigorous and innovative learning environment for your child.  We work as a team to ensure that every day we provide an environment that supports learning. 
 
Our maintenance team and custodians are involved daily in ensuring teachers and children have a clean, safe place to learn.  The Child Nutrition team has student taste testers to ensure the food being served is top notch and delicious.  Our nutritionist can answer any questions you may have about our healthy meals. 
 
Principals and assistant principals are supporting their school teams in maintaining safety protocols, the educational programs, and meeting the needs of each individual student. The office support team will cheer your students on as they come to school to learn each day and help parents to get timely answers to questions and maintain communication with our stakeholders. 
 
Our VIP team of teachers, counselors and paraprofessionals are here every day to support your child in learning, growing and becoming a successful graduate and citizen.
 
Supporting the school sites are our district office team members who are also dedicated to the YCJUSD team of students, parents, and employees.  Join our site and district teams by participating in parent activities, classes, committees and PTA!  The Family Learning Center is a resource for parents to learn and navigate the TK-12th grade experience.  Take advantage and if you have any questions, please call you school site or the district office, or email us at:  contact_us@ycjusd.us
  
Cali Binks
Superintendent

Important Links

Community Conversation About our Schools

about 1 month ago

we want to hear from you!

Join the conversation!

The Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District (YCJUSD) is committed to providing a rigorous education that extends the opportunity for all students to achieve success academically, vocationally, and personally.

This is accomplished through collaboration with students, parents, staff, and the community - all united in dedication to our children's futures.

We are soliciting community feedback as we continue to plan for the future.  We want to get as many perspectives as possible.

Please review the following documents for more information, and click on one of the links to participate in the brief online feedback form.

Superintendent Letter

Click Here - to read an informational letter from our Superintendent about this Community Conversation about our local schools.


Informational Presentation 

Click Here - to read information for the Community Conversation about our local schools.


FAQs

Click Here - to read Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the Community Conversation.


Feedback Forms

We want to hear from you!  Please choose one of the forms below, to provide feedback in your preferred format (online or download). 

Community Members:

  • Click Here - to download a copy of the feedback form that you can print and return.

YCJUSD Parents, Teachers and Staff:

  • Click Here - to download a copy of the feedback form that you can print and return.


Thank you for participating in the Community Conversation 

about our local schools!  


Gallup and PBIS Student Poll

Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP)

7 days ago

The Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District (YCJUSD) Board of Education recently approved the 2018-2019 Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP is the district's process for setting goals, planning actions, and leveraging  resources to meet those goals to improve student outcomes. Parents, families and community members participated in the development and evaluation of our school district's LCAP. 

Click here for the 2017-2020 YCJUSD LCAP (6.28.18)

Title I Parent Satisfaction Survey

Highlights:

about 1 month ago

2018 OPERATIONAL AREA CERT EXERCISE

Yucaipa High School Law and Public Safety Academy students paired with the City of Yucaipa and other San Bernardino County Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT) in an Operational Area CERT exercise at Yucaipa High School on May 12, 2018. The exercise simulated a major earthquake at the school with injured students and minor damage to buildings. The purpose of CERT is to respond and assist people with medical needs, property damage, and save lives in the event of a major incident or disaster until emergency service personnel are able to assist.


Inaugural Forum for Healthy Minds

Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District (YCJUSD) is proud to join with the community to raise awareness of and support mental health issues and suicide prevention.  It was a day full of great workshops and an incredible resource fair designed to promote Healthy Minds and Hope within our community.

Community Emergency Response Training
Community Emergency Response Training


Community Emergency Response Training


Community Emergency Response Training
Community Emergency Response Training


Community Emergency Response Training


Community Emergency Response Training
Community Emergency Response Training


Community Emergency Response Training


Congratulations to Green Valley High School for Being Named a Model Continuation School by the California Department of Education!



YCJUSD employees completed the first in-district Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training on February 3rd.

Students from the YHS Law and Public Safety Academy assisted by being "victims" during the mock disaster scenario that ends the training.  Thank you to district trainers Lucia Hudec and Julie Beck for coordinating the successful event.

Participants of CERT training


Participants of CERT training


Community Emergency Response Training
Community Emergency Response Training


Community Emergency Response Training


Community Emergency Response Training


Community Emergency Response Training


Community Emergency Response Training


Community Emergency Response Training


Community Emergency Response Training


Community Emergency Response Training


Community Emergency Response Training


Community Emergency Response Training


Community Emergency Response Training




2017-2018 California League of Middle Schools (CLMS) Region 10 Educator of the Year Finalist

Congratulations to Park View Middle School teacher Brittany Bay for being selected as a finalist for the CLMS Region 10 Educator of the Year. She is an educator who exemplifies educational excellence and has made significant efforts to implement elements of educational reform at Park View Middle School. Mr. Tucci, Park View Middle School principal wrote the following in Ms. Bay’s nomination letter, “There is no other team player at PVMS who exemplifies the willingness to reach out to students in a variety of ways to help them connect to their school. Her excitement for the connection with kids is unmatched at our school." 

CLMS Region 10 Educator of the Year event


CLMS Region 10 Educator of the Year event


CLMS Region 10 Educator of the Year event


CLMS Region 10 Educator of the Year event


CLMS Region 10 Educator of the Year event


CLMS Region 10 Educator of the Year event


Gold Bell Award – A Night in the Trenches


Congratulations to Yucaipa High School teachers John Taylor and David Paul for earning a California School Boards Association (CSBA) Golden Bell. The CSBA Golden Bell Awards promotes excellence in education and school board governance by recognizing outstanding programs and governance practices of school boards in school districts and county offices of education throughout California.

Teachers John Taylor and David Paul
Teachers John Taylor and David Paul


A Night in the Trenches is a simulated experience for students in Yucaipa High School. From 5 p.m. until the sun rises the next day, two teams of students go on “missions.” Activities include fighting battles, spying on each other, plotting stratagems and binding each other’s “wounds.” A winner is determined based on points earned for the missions. They have only their uniforms and some rations (no phones!) for the whole night. Students who have experienced this event say that it’s life-changing; some decide that history will be their college major, and most show increased interest in, and therefore achievement in, their European and US History courses.