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Students to Start New School Year in Distance Education

A mandate announced by the State of California on Friday, July 17, will require all students in Fresno County to begin the new school year under a virtual learning model. Details regarding the Distance Education program will be sent to parents via email and listed on our website. To see the most current announcements from Superintendent John Campbell, please select the headline above "Students to Start New School Year in Distance Education."
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ParentSquare Communication Tool Coming in August

KCUSD will begin delivering messages using the ParentSquare system in August. The unified platform allows parents to receive messages from the District, schools, and teachers in one consistent format. Users will benefit from two-way communication in the language of their choice delivered via push notification, text message, email, phone message, through an app on their smartphone or any combination of all options. To get started using ParentSquare select the headline above "ParentSquare Communication Tool Coming in August."
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Online Registration is Now Available!

Parents can now register and re-enroll their student(s) online instead of completing the annual registration paper packets. Please follow these steps to register your student(s):
1) Select the headline above "Online Registration is Now Available!"
2) Username - enter your child's PowerSchool ID number (many students know this number or you may contact your school)
3) Password - enter your child's birthday in the following order mm/dd/yyyy (ie. March 1, 2005 would be 03/01/2005)
For questions about online registration, please contact your school.
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Kindergarten Registration

Parents can complete online registration forms. For the link to online registration and to learn more about how to prepare for kindergarten registration, please select the headline above entitled "Kindergarten Registration." Contact your school office for more information between the hours of 7:30am and 1:30pm.
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Peachjar Community Announcements

KCUSD uses Peachjar, a digital flyer service, to provide information about community announcements to our parents. Announcements are delivered directly to your email inbox, viewable on your smartphone or computer. To sign up to receive community announcements through Peachjar select the headline above "Peachjar Community Announcement" or contact your school office. If you need an email address, let your school know and they will help you get a free email address.
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Preschool Registration

KCUSD will begin preschool registration on May 18. Please contact the preschool location of your choice to schedule a registration appointment and gather additional information. Select the link above "Preschool Registration" for a list of locations and additional information about our State Preschool Program.
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Notice of Cancellation

The Kings Canyon Unified School District regular board meeting scheduled for Tuesday, March 24, closed session 5:45 p.m., open session 7:15 p.m., located at the Educational Support Center in Reedley, CA has been cancelled.

The next meeting is scheduled for April 14, 2020, open session 7:15 p.m. at the Educational Support Center in Reedley, CA.
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SPED Parents Connect

Tuesday, March 10 - 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Orange Cove High School Garden Room
Parents are invited to meet with KCUSD Program Specialists to answer special education quetions. If you have questions about KCUSD Special Education programs or would like to offer recommendations, please attend this meeting.
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SILAS BARTSCH SCHOOL RECOGNIZED AS A MODEL PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITY AT WORK™

Silas Bartsch was recently recognized by Solution Tree for its sustained success in raising student achievement. The school’s successful implementation of the Professional Learning Communities at Work ™ process was a major contributing factor in the improved achievement of its students.


PLCs are schools and districts in which educators recognize the key to improved learning for students is on-going, job-embedded learning for the adults who serve those students. The three big ideas of a PLC call upon educators to:

1. Focus on learning.

2. Build a collaborative culture.

3. Create a results orientation.



Responding to news of the recognition, Principal Rodney Cisneros said, “We are honored and excited to be recognized for our efforts. We know that we are going in the right direction regarding the success of our kids."
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