Press Release from the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department - February 27, 2017
The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department investigated a verbal threat made by an 11-year-old student earlier today at Parkview Middle School. The student allegedly had made comments regarding bringing and using a firearm at the school tomorrow. Concerned parents started calling the department when they found out about the incident. The Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District was already aware of the report and they have been in communication with all of the involved parties. The Department separately investigated the incident tonight when they were made aware of it, made contact with the student, and confirmed the involved student did not pose any immediate threat to the school. Both the Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District and the Yucaipa Police Department have determined that there is no substantiated threat to the school at this time.
Mesa View Middle School 6th Grade Field Trips
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Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP)

27 days ago

The Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District (YCJUSD) has revised the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP is intended to be a comprehensive planning tool to help all students succeed. Parents, families and community members participated in the development and evaluation of our school district's LCAP. 

Click here for the 2016-2019 LCAP (Board Approved - June 28, 2016)

District News

7 days ago

Local band students hit a high note in concert (February 20, 2017)

YHS Thunderbird Marching Regiment performs at Disneyland (February 10, 2017)

Yucaipa High School Health and Biomedical students learn CPR (February 4, 2017)

Packed house for Best Buddy Talent Show (January 26, 2017)

YHS Interact Club members decorate Rose Parade float (January 6, 2017)

YCS District employees donate big time (December 24, 2016)

Mesa View Middle School Bands hold a Fall Band Concert (December 4, 2016)

Yucaipa High School students shine in ‘Beauty and the Beast’ (December 3, 2016)

Wildwood Elementary takes a stand against bullying (November 26, 2016)

Wildwood Elementary School collects food for the needy (November 20, 2016)

Dunlap teachers integrate technology into core instruction (November 14, 2016)

Five are inducted into Yucaipa High School’s Hall of Fame (October 29, 2016)

Womack, Raney are stellar YHS students (October 28, 2016)

Mesa View Middle School weather balloon carries simulated satellite (October 25, 2016)

Y-C School district signs enrollment agreement with the University of Redlands (October 14, 2016)


Local Yucaipa High School student wins Congressional art competition (September 2, 2016)

Local schools open for the 2016-17 year (August 19, 2016) 

YHS Band, Color Guard open year before family and friends (August 12, 2016)

Yucaipa High School Cross Country team is gearing up (August 12, 2016)

YCJUSD says goodbye to student board member (August 5, 2016)

Drivers are cautioned to be cognizant of pedestrians with the start of school (August 5, 2016)

Nutrition program feeds large numbers of young people in parks (July 29, 2016)

Yucaipa High School juniors design an uptown restaurant (July 8, 2016)


Local band students hit a high note in concert (February 20, 2017)

Five are inducted into Yucaipa High School’s Hall of Fame (October 29, 2016)

Womack, Raney are stellar YHS students (October 28, 2016)

Mesa View Middle School weather balloon carries simulated satellite (October 25, 2016)

Y-C School district signs enrollment agreement with the University of Redlands (October 14, 2016)


Local Yucaipa High School student wins Congressional art competition (September 2, 2016)

Local schools open for the 2016-17 year (August 19, 2016) 

YHS Band, Color Guard open year before family and friends (August 12, 2016)

Yucaipa High School Cross Country team is gearing up (August 12, 2016)

YCJUSD says goodbye to student board member (August 5, 2016)

Drivers are cautioned to be cognizant of pedestrians with the start of school (August 5, 2016)

Nutrition program feeds large numbers of young people in parks (July 29, 2016)

Yucaipa High School juniors design an uptown restaurant (July 8, 2016)

Superintendent's Welcome

18 days ago

Welcome to the Yucaipa-Calimesa School District!  Our district is a part of a great community where family is important.  Our YCJUSD family is here to support every student that comes to us and provide them with a great learning experience.  Our goal is to engage students, parents and the community in education.   This partnership provides every opportunity to support our students in reaching their highest potential. 

The Cities of Yucaipa and Calimesa are unique and provide partnerships in many ways.  Service organizations and foundations support many scholarships.  Local business supports opportunities for high school students to participate in internships and provide our teachers externship to better support a curriculum that is project based.  The Superintendent's Community Cabinet is a community based group of volunteers who provide input and support the District's goals.  Most of our employees live locally and there is a great deal of pride taken in their work.

We strive to serve students in their best setting.  We offer a variety of programs from homeschooling options and independent study to many specialized programs.  STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math), AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination), Blended Learning, a variety of after school clubs and sports, International Baccalaureate and at Yucaipa High School, the opportunity to learn in an engineering, health and biomedical sciences, and law and public safety academy are just a few of the options offered.  

If you would like any additional information about programs, schools or opportunities to be involved, we would be happy to assist you.  The 2016-17 school year will be the best yet.    

Cali Binks, Superintendent

Highlights:

18 days ago

Wildwood Elementary 5th Graders and Teachers enjoy Science Camp!





100th Day of School Celebration!


Wildwood Elementary Student Dressed for the Occasion.

Chapman Heights Elementary Celebrates with a canned food drive.

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