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2017-18 School Year Begins Aug. 9

Palm Springs Unified School District opens the 2017-18 school year on Wednesday, Aug. 9. All students are expected to report to classes on that day. Enrollment information is below.

Bus schedules and bell schedules for each school are posted on the District’s website at www.psusd.us.

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Two DHS Teachers Named County Teachers of Year

Two Palm Springs Unified teachers were surprised with a visit from Riverside County Supt. of Schools Dr. Judy White this morning to bring them the news that they have been selected as two of Riverside County's four Teachers of the Year.

Michelle Beyronneau, who teaches geometry at Desert Hot Springs High; and Dr. Brian McDaniel, director of bands at Painted Hills Middle School, are now vying for California Teacher of the Year honors.

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Three PSUSD Schools Named to State Honor Roll

Cielo Vista Charter, Rancho Mirage Elementary and Rio Vista Elementary Schools have been selected by Educational Results Partnership (ERP) and the Campaign for Business and Education Excellence (CBEE) as three of 1,866 public schools in California to receive the title of 2016 Honor Roll school.

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PSHS Receives National Music Merit Award

Palm Springs High School has been honored with the SupportMusic Merit Award from the NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education. Palm Springs High joins 92 schools across the country in receiving the prestigious award in 2017.

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2017-18 Board Approved LCAP

An important feature of the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) is the opportunity for parent and community members to provide input regarding PSUSD’s academic priorities and budget. PSUSD is currently in the process of soliciting input from its stakeholders regarding its 2017-18 District LCAP. Please use the comment boxes to provide us with your suggestions and/or thoughts.

 

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New Accountability 'Dashboard' To Be Unveiled This Week

California has a new accountability system reported through the California School Dashboard (referred to as the "Dashboard" from this point forward). This new accountability system reports on multiple measures. The Dashboard replaces the former Academic Performance Index (API), which was based on testing results only, and Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP). This  page provides an overview of: (1) the accountability system, (2) the state priorities used to measure school performance, and (3) information on how to read the Dashboard reports. The actual reports will be published on March 15. 

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