6 months ago
|Calimesa Elementary School||13523 Second Street||790-8570|
|Chapman Heights Elementary School||33692 Cramer Road||790-8080|
|Dunlap Elementary School||32870 Avenue E||797-5171|
|Ridgeview Elementary School||11021 Sunnyside Drive||790-3270|
|Valley Elementary School||12333 Eighth Street||797-1125|
|Wildwood Elementary School||35972 Susan Street||790-8521|
5 months ago
Por favor haga clic en los enlaces siguientes para leer la información importante según las instrucciones en la postal de su escuela. Una vez leído, por favor firme el reverso de la tarjeta de emergencia de su estudiante y devuélvalo a la escuela.
Código de Vestuario
Clinícas de Inmunización
|Healthy Schools Act AB2260|
Ley de Escuelas Saludables
|Student Accident Insurance|
Seguro de Accidente de Estudiantes
|All in for Health Informational Flyer |
Folleto Informativo "Todos Para La Salud"
|Technology Responsible Use Agreement K-3|
Acuerdo de Uso Responsable de Tecnolgía K-3
|Technology Responsible Use Agreement 4-12|
Acuerdo de uso responsable de Tecnolgía 4-12
|Uniform Complaint Brochure|
Folleto de Procedimientos Uniformes Para Presentar Quejas
Carta del Directorio
|Procedure & Behavior Booklet K-5|
Folleto de Procedimiento y Conducta K-5
|Procedure & Behavior Booklet 6-12|
Folleto de Procedimiento y Conducta 6-12
Carta de Expulsión
Opciones de Asistencia
|Mandatory Parent Notification|
Notificación Obligatoria Para los Padres
Calimesa Elementary School
Escuela Primaria Calimesa
Chapman Heights Elementary School
Escuela Primaria Chapman Heights
Dunlap Elementary School
Escuela Primaria Dunlap
Ridgeview Elementary School
Escuela Primaria Ridgeview
Valley Elementary School
Escuela Primaria Valley
Wildwood Elementary School
Escuela Primaria Wildwood
Competitive Edge Charter Academy
Academia Semí- Autónoma Competitive Edge
Mesa View Middle School
Escuela Secundaria Mesa View
Park View Middle School
Escuela Secundaria Park View
Yucaipa High School
Escuela Preparatoria Yucaipa
Oak View High School
Escuela Preparatoria Oak View
Green Valley High School
Escuela Preparatoria Green Valley
6 months ago
Immunization (Vaccination) Requirements for the State of California
California State law requires that all students under age 18 years, preschool through grade 12 be immunized against certain diseases unless they are exempt for temporary or permanent medical reasons. At the time of registration current immunization records must be presented to verify that immunization status is up to date or student has a medical exemption.
Students 4 – 6 years old (Transitional-Kindergarten/Kindergarten and above)
- 4 doses Polio (3 doses meet the requirement if at least one was given on or after the 4th birthday)
- 5 doses DTaP (4 doses meet the requirement if at least one was given on or after the 4th birthday)
- 2 doses MMR (Both given on or after the 1st birthday)
- 3 doses Hepatitis B
- 1 dose Varicella
Students 7 – 17 years old (Elementary or Secondary School)
- 4 doses Polio (3 doses meet the requirement if one was given on or after the 2nd birthday)
- 4 doses of DTaP, DTP, DT, Tdap or Td (3 doses meet the requirement if the last dose was given on or after 2nd birthday. At least one dose must be Tdap or DTaP/DTP given on or after 7th birthday for all 7th – 12 graders).
- 1 dose MMR (Dose given on or after 1st birthday)
- Varicella: 1 dose for ages 7-12, 2 doses for students starting with vaccinations ages 13 – 17).
7TH Grade (New admissions to 7th grade should meet the requirements for age 7 – 17 years and those noted below)
- 1 dose of Tdap (Or DTP/DTaP given on or after the 7th grade)
- 2 doses of MMR or any measles-containing vaccine (Both doses given on or after 1st birthday)
Students with physician ordered medical exemptions must present those at registration. A valid medical exemption must be a written statement from a licensed physician, documenting the child’s physical condition or medical circumstances are such that the immunization(s) is not appropriate. The written statement must specify vaccines being exempted and whether the medical exemption is permanent or temporary (with an expiration date if the exemption is temporary).
Aeries Parent/Student Portal
6 months ago
Middle/High School Parents and Students Only
All parent and student accounts from last year will continue to work in the new year--even if the student has changed school sites. If your have forgotten your password, simply click the "Forgot Your Password?" link. If you have changed your email address (which functions as a username), please contact the school secretary so that he/she can put your new email address into the system.
School sites will distribute Aeries Portal account creation information to students and parents of 6th graders and, also for any student in middle or high school grades who is new to the district this year. In order to create a new account students and parents will need the student's Verification Passcode, or "VPC" (which is not the Email Confirmation Code) and the student's 9- or 10-digit ID number. Please contact the school office if you are new to the District and did not receive this information by the second week of school.
Note: The Aeries Portal server will send an automated message to your private email address as part of the Aeries Portal account creation process. Be sure that your email account is set to allow incoming messages from the domain "ycjusd.us". Since the emails will be automated, many email systems (notably AOL) reject such messages unless the exact email address or its domain name is added to the safe senders list.
Also, the system will only allow the creation of one Aeries Portal log-in account using a single email address; however, parents may, once they have created their first new Aeries Portal account, link that account to other children they may have within the district provided that they also have the VPC and Permanent ID for those students, as well (see paragraph below).
Students under the age of 13 may not yet have an email account of their own, and parents may not yet be ready for them to have their own accounts. In those cases, we encourage parents to either establish a parent-monitored email account for their child or simply allow your student to also use your Aeries Portal parent account once created. Should the child click the Forgot Password link and the password gets reset, it is the parent who will receive the email with the new password--not the student.
One final note: Be sure that the browser being used is set to refresh each page with each visit so that the most recent data is always what your computer displays.
Health Services and Information
6 months ago
Staphylococcus aureus is a bacteria that is often called “staph”. Staph is a common cause of skin infections. Staph is found on the skin or in the nose of healthy, as well as ill persons. At any time 25 to 30 percent of the population is carrying the staph bacteria. MRSA is a type of staph that is resistant to some antibiotics. About one percent of the population is carrying MRSA.
Most people who carry staph in their nose or on their skin do not develop symptoms. If staph gets into cuts, abrasions, or other breaks in the skin, it may cause infections. These infections usually appear as pimples, boils, or abscesses and are often mistaken for "spider bites."
Although MRSA is resistant to some antibiotics, there are others that are used to treat MRSA infection. Children with MRSA infection may require exclusion from the school setting when draining lesions are not able to be adequately covered with a dry dressing; however, if lesions can be covered by a dry dressing, children need not be excluded from school.
MRSA is most frequently spread by direct skin to skin contact with someone infected with the bacteria. It can also be spread by coming into contact with surfaces or objects contaminated with an infected persons wound drainage.
Preventive actions you and your child can take include good hygiene, proper hand washing with soap and water, keeping all sports equipment clean and not sharing personal items. If your child develops a sore or infection, which seems to get worse rather than heal, we recommend that you contact your physician for evaluation and inform the school nurse.
Your child’s health and safety is of the highest priority.
California Education Code 49452.7 requires all incoming 7th grade students to receive information regarding type 2 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes was rare in children a few years ago, but is becoming more common, especially for overweight youth. The factors associated with increased risk for Type 2 diabetes are being overweight, family history of diabetes, inactivity and certain specific racial/ethnic groups. Healthy lifestyle choices can help prevent the development of this and other diseases. Visit the following California Department of Education webside for information:
6 months ago
Bullying and Harassment
The Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on the actual or perceived characteristics of a person’s disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. This policy applies to all acts related to school activity or school attendance occurring within a District school.
(Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District Board Policy 5145.3)
Bullying is defined as any severe or pervasive physical or verbal act or conduct, including communications made in writing or by means of an electronic act, and including one or more acts committed by a pupil or group of pupils as defined in Section 48900.2 (Sexual Harassment), 48900.3 (Hate Violence) , or 48900.4 (Harassment, Threats, or Intimidation), directed toward one or more pupils that has or can be reasonably predicted to have the effect of one or more of the following:
Placing a reasonable pupil or pupils in fear of harm to that pupil's or those pupils' person or property.
Causing a reasonable pupil to experience a substantially detrimental effect on his or her physical or mental health.
Causing a reasonable pupil to experience substantial interference with his or her academic performance.
Causing a reasonable pupil to experience substantial interference with his or her ability to participate in or benefit from the services, activities, or privileges provided by a school.
(2) "Electronic act" means the transmission of a communication, including, but not limited to, a message, text, sound, or image, or a post on a social network Internet Web site, by means of an electronic device, including, but not limited to, a telephone, wireless telephone or other wireless communication device, computer, or pager.
(California Education Code 48900 (r))
Any person that has been a victim of, or witnessed bullying or harassment on school grounds, during school activities, or going to and coming from school is highly encouraged to report the incident immediately to a counselor, administrator, or other adult personnel on campus.
Students/Parents/Guardians should report the incident to the school site administration.
The principal or designee shall promptly investigate all complaints of bullying or harassment. The student who filed the complaint shall have the opportunity to describe the incident, present witmesses and other evidence of the bullying or harassment, and put his/her complaint in writing. Once the school administration receives a written complaint, the administration shall initiate an impartial investigation of the allegation of bullying within five school days.
If the bullying/harassment is based on the actual or perceived characteristics of a person’s disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics, the principal or designee shall present a written report to the student who filed the complaint, his/her parent/guardian, accused individual and his/her parent/guardian within 30 school days of the reported incident. The report shall include his/her findings, decision, and reason for the decision. If the student is in disagreement with the outcome of the investigation, an appeal can be filed at the District Office, Educational Services Department, located at 12797 Third Street, Yucaipa, CA 92399.
(California Education Code 46600 (b))
Para espanol, clic aqui
Elementary Report Cards
6 months ago
The Parent Guide to the Elementary Report Card contains information about the form and content of the report card. This guide may be downloaded, printed, or used electronically. Translations are available from the links below.
Content Standard Guidelines
Sample Report Cards
6 months ago
Frequently Asked Questions for Parents
What documents are needed to register my child to attend Yucaipa-Calimesa schools?
1. Proof of Birth Date and Place (Birth Certificate of the child being registered)
In addition, the parent/guardian will need to fill out several district documents, which are available in all school officers. To determine which elementary or middle school to attend, please consult the Schools link above.
How do I register my child for kindergarten for next year?
Kindergarten Registration for the next school year begins on March 1. Kindergarten registration packets will not be available until that time. If you or someone you know has a child who will be five years old on or before September 1, he/she is eligible to be registered for kindergarten for the next school year. The Kindergarten Registration documents are posted on the website in February each year and are also available at the District Office and in elementary school offices, as well.
In order for a child to be registered, office staff must see his/her birth certificate, or other age verifications. Parents also need to bring records of their student's immunizations, serious diseases and injuries. The child's immunizations must be up-to-date before he/she can be officially registered. California state law requires students entering kindergarten to complete immunizations for diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, polio, measles (rubella and rubeola), mumps, hepatitis B, and varicella. Parents must show proof of residency; this can be a utility bill, driver's license, etc. with home address.
Parents may take their children to the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health Clinic at 222 Brookside Avenue, Redlands, telephone 909.798.8522, which administers low-cost immunizations on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month, from 9:00-11:00 AM. Immunizations are also available at the Scherer Community Center, 12202 First Street in Yucaipa, the first and third Thursdays of each month from 1:30-3:30 PM. Immunizations to satisfy all state requirements will be available for $10 per visit, per child. The telephone number is 1.800.722.4794.
Children without required immunizations cannot be registered.
All first-graders should have a physical examination completed prior to the first day of school. A physical administered within 18 months prior to the first day of school for first graders will be accepted. Students from families in low-income brackets, or who have MediCal, can get physicals through the San Bernardino County Health Department. Information can be obtained by telephoning 909.387.4868. In addition, students must show evidence of a complete oral exam no later than May 31 of either the kindergarten or first grade year, depending on which year is the first year that the child attends public school.
Yucaipa also has a new healthcare service that offers immunizations:
This service is offered by Redlands Community Hospital, and is open Monday, through Thursday from 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM and Fridays from 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM. The clinic also offers low cost/no cost health services for all ages.
You must bring the following documents with you in order to complete the registration process:
What to bring for Kindergarten Registration:
1. Proof of Birth Date and Place (Birth Certificate of child being registered)
You may indicate a preference for morning or afternoon Kindergarten on your child's registration paperwork. Although we cannot promise your request will be granted, we will try to grant as many requests as possible as we build our Kindergarten classes.
|What is Yucaipa Adult School?|
The Yucaipa Adult School has served the adults of Yucaipa and Calimesa since 1963. Classes run year-round and include high school diploma subjects and GED preparation, English as a second language, parent education, crafts such as quilting and kiln-fired glass, painting and drawing, piano and organ, music appreciation, exercise and fitness, creative writing, office occupations, medical billing and terminology, traffic violator classes, first aid and CPR, and classes for older adults in mental fitness. Approximately 1,500 students are enrolled in these programs.
What is the PTSA and what do they do?
The Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District has wonderful parent and community support. A major vehicle for that support is the Parent-Teachers Association (PTA). The PTAs work tirelessly to ensure that students have a full range of opportunities and experience that make school special and memorable. The PTA also facilitates parent volunteer programs, parent education and generally offer assistance whenever and wherever needed.
Is transportation provided for YCJUSD students?
The district provides school bus transportation privileges for certain pupils, to and from the schools in the district, subject to the requirements as set forth in Board Policy and Administrative Regulations.
|How many schools are in the Yucaipa-Calimesa district?|
Who is the Board of Education and what does it do?
The Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District Board of Education consists of five board members who represent the entire community. Board members are elected to four-year terms. The board elects one member to serve as president for one year beginning each December. The president is the board's presiding officer, with the clerk of the board serving in this capacity in the president's absence. The Board of Education also serves as the governing Board for Competitive Edge Charter Academy (CECA).
The governing board of the school district holds regular meetings to direct the district's educational programs, make required decisions, and establish policy for the district.
All regular meetings of the Board of Education are open to the public in accordance with State law. Meetings are held on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the board room at 12797 Third Street in Yucaipa, California, unless otherwise stated. Regular CECA Board meetings are held prior to the YCJUSD Board meetings at 5:00 p.m. unless otherwise posted.
Agendas for Board of Education meetings are posted on the web site, and minutes of all board meetings and summaries of important actions are available to the public upon request.
Who is the Superintendent of schools and what does he/she do?
The local superintendent of schools, Cali Binks, is the educational advisor and executive officer of the Board of Education. It is the superintendent's responsibility to implement board policy and manage the day-to-day operations of the school district. Duties include the development of curriculum, delivery of instruction, making of recommendations regarding personnel, and preparation of the school budget. The superintendent has three assistant superintendents: one for educational services; one for human resources, and one for business services.
Who are the teachers and how are they qualified to teach my child?
The district has approximately 9,800 students, 450 certificated staff members (teachers, counselors, and certificated administration) and 301 classified staff members (support personnel and classified managers). With approximately 800 employees, the school district is the largest employer in the Yucaipa Valley.
The goal of the district is to provide highly qualified teachers for all students. Teachers are recruited locally, throughout California and throughout the United States.
During their tenure with the district, opportunities are provided for teachers to enhance their skills through staff development. Teachers are encouraged to continue their formal education by providing salary increments for additional degrees and salary increases are also based upon longevity.
Mentor teachers are selected by their peers to provide additional support to teachers by providing in-class assistance as well as development of curriculum.