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Virtual End-of-Year Celebrations

Kings Canyon Unified School District will stream various end-of-year celebrations. Please see the list below:
May 26 - 6 pm Reedley Middle College High School Scholarship Night
May 26 - 7 pm Reedley High School College Signing Night
May 27 - 7 pm Reedley High School Scholarship Night
May 28 - 7 pm Reedley High School Class of 2020 Graduation
May 29 - 8 pm Orange Cove High School Class of 2020 Graduation
June 2 - 7 pm Educational Options Class of 2020 Graduation
June 3 - 6 pm Dunlap Leadership Academy Class of 2020 Graduation
June 3 - 7 pm Reedley Middle College High School Class of 2020 Graduation

To view the celebration select the headline above "Virtual End-of-Year Celebrations."
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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) Paste this link into your browser https://cas.kcusd.com/
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)
You may also access the online form by selecting the headline above "Online Registration is Now Available"
For questions about online registration, please contact your school.
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COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

KCUSD, in collaboration with the Fresno County Superintendent of Schools and the Fresno County Department of Public Health, continues to monitor the developments related to COVID-19 (Coronavirus). For updates related to this topic please select the title above "COVID-19."
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History Day at RHS

New beginnings led to an exciting end for a new club at Reedley High School. The History Day club is dedicated to giving students the opportunity to conduct varied research projects for school-wide, county, and state History Day competitions. Club advisors promised a rigorous experience, and students like Natalie Reyes, Paola Rangel, Joseph Avila, Brianne Betancourt, Roberto Gutierrez III, and Christopher Weirick were eager to try something new. (To view the full story click the headline History Day at RHS above.)
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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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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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Sign up today to receive school announcements!

KCUSD uses Peachjar, a digital flyer service, to provide information about school announcements. Announcements are delivered directly to your email inbox, viewable on your smartphone or computer! No more lost flyers! Flyers will also be viewable on your school's website. To have flyers and announcements delivered to your email inbox, sign up at https://peachjar.com/ 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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KCUSD to Extend Home-Based Learning Through End of School Year

Kings Canyon Unified School District announced at their regularly scheduled board meeting on April 28, 2020 that the district will extend home-based learning through the end of this school year. During the meeting Board President Craig Cooper said, “It is with the utmost concern for the safety of students and staff members that KCUSD has made the difficult decision to continue home-based learning as the mode of instruction through the end of this school year. It is our intention to have a culminating experience for all students to the point that local and state health guidelines allow. Details will be sent as plans unfold. In addition, an important announcement regarding high school graduation will be released tomorrow afternoon.”
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