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Hacienda La Puente Unified School District
15959 E. Gale Ave., City Of Industry, CA 91745 • 626.933.1000 • info@hlpusd.k12.ca.us
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Superintendent

Guiding Principles

  • We believe students, parents, staff and community have a shared responsibility for the establishment of a professional culture built upon dedication, honesty, integrity, pride, perseverance, collaboration, teamwork, and mutual trust and respect.

  • We believe students, parents, staff and community have a shared responsibility for recognizing the diverse learning styles and individual needs of our students and ensuring all students meet high learning standards.

  • We believe students, parents, staff and community have a shared responsibility to create a learning environment reflecting our community's diversity that is safe, clean, supportive and responsive.

  • We believe students, parents, staff and community have a shared responsibility to protect and preserve the short-and long-term financial well-being of the District.

"Partners in Your Child’s Future"

We are privileged to be a part of an exciting time in public education and continue our pledge to our community to be “Partners in Your Child’s Future.” Our Board believes students, parents, staff and community have a shared responsibility and that commitment to partnerships exemplifies our Board’s Guiding Principles. These principles include: a professional culture built upon dedication, honesty, integrity, pride, perseverance, collaboration, teamwork, and mutual trust and respect; recognition of the diverse learning styles and individual needs of students and ensuring all students meet high learning standards; creating a learning environment reflecting our community’s diversity that is safe, clean, supportive, and responsive; and protecting and preserve the short- and long-term financial well-being of the District.


The academic and co-curricular emphasis of the district is reflected in the District’s Academic Performance Index (API), which now exceeds 800. Not only do 17 of our schools have APIs exceeding 800; another five exceed 900. HLPUSD serves over 19,000 Pre-K through Grade 12 students, as well as over 17,000 adults through an extensive Adult Education program. Schools have been acknowledged for their hard work through California Distinguished School designations and state and national accolades for engineering and health career programs.

Schools provide a variety of programs in order to prepare every student for college and career success and have free extended learning programs available at 22 school sites throughout the District that keep students safe and engaged while parents are at work. The multi-cultural diversity of our community has lent itself to be reflective through a great variety of programs and activities, such as STEM, fine and performing arts, environmental science and dual language immersion programs within our schools. In this age of a global society, HLPUSD remains committed to providing rigorous and challenging education programs that continue to build a community of lifelong learners.

Awards and Honors: Our District API now exceeds 800. Sixteen of our schools have APIs exceeding 800; another five exceed 900. Six other schools have APIs over 775: well on their way to the State’s 800 target.

Our District is a rich mixture of generations of families that have attended and worked in our schools, families new to the area, and families new to our country. As "a community committed to developing lifelong learners," we are continually building our ability to prepare every youngster for success in a four year college, even those who may not choose that step right after leaving high school, and to support adults in meeting personal goals.

Our commitment to partnerships exemplifies our Board’s Guiding Principles. Our Board believes students, parents, staff and community have a shared responsibility:

• For the establishment of a professional culture built upon dedication, honesty, integrity, pride, perseverance, collaboration, teamwork, and mutual trust and respect;

• For recognizing the diverse learning styles and individual needs of students and ensuring all students meet high learning standards;

• To create a learning environment reflecting our community’s diversity that is safe, clean, supportive, and responsive;

• To protect and preserve the short- and long-term financial well-being of the District.

 

Cynthia Parulan-Colfer, Superintendent

Cynthia Parulan-Colfer, Superintendent

Office of the Superintendent

Cynthia Parulan-Colfer, Superintendent

Nancy Ruiz, Executive Assistant to the Superintendent

Jeanette Terredanio, Administrative Assistant

Superintendent's Cabinet

Annie Bui, Associate Superintendent, Business Services

Dr. Judy A. Fancher, Assistant Superintendent, Curriculum, Assessment and Instruction, PreK-12

Ms. Jill Rojas, Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources

Presentations

Board Presentations (2016-2017)

Celebrations (8/11/2016)

DLR Architect - La Puente High School (8/11/2016)

Celebrations (7/28/2016)

School Site Improvement Project Update (7/28/2016)

Celebrations (7/14/2016)

DLR Architect Board Presentation (7/14/2016) 

School Site Improvement Project Update (6/16/2016)

Celebrations (6/16/2016)

NAC Architecture Board Presentation (6/16/2016)

 May Revise Board Presentation (6/2/2016)

 Celebrations (6/2/2016)

Proposed LCAP For Approval (6/2/2016)

HMC Architect -Track and Field Projects (4/14/2016)

School Site Improvement Projects Update (3/24/2016)

District Celebrations (3/24/2016)

Local Control Accountability Plan LCAP Update (2/11/2016)

Local Control Accountability Plan LCAP Update (1/16/2016)

State of the District (1/27/2016)

Board Presentation: School Site Improvement Projects (11/13/2014)

Board Presentation: District Open House Fair (11/1/2014)

Board Presentation: District College Fair Update & Open House Fair Preview (10/9/2014)

Human Resources Report to the Board of Education and the Personnel Commission (7/29/2014)

Board Presentation: School Site Improvement Projects (7/17/2014)

Board Presentation: "It starts with a first step": A Bond Discussion (7/17/2014)

Board Presentation: Proposed Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) (5/22/2014)

Board Presentation: Governor's Budget May Revise (5/22/2014)

Board Presentation: School Site Improvement Projects 2013-2014 (5/22/2014)

Board Presentation: Draft - Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP (4/24/2014)

Board Presentation: School Site Improvement Projects 2013-2014 (4/24/2014)

Board Presentation: ASES After School Robotics Competition (3/7/2014)

Board Presentation: Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP): Stakeholder Engagement & Updates (3/13/2014)

Board Presentation: School Site Improvement Projects 2013-2014 - Facilities Dept (2/13/2014) 

The Common Core SBAC Tech Lab Project: 2013-2014 (1/31/2014)

Board Presentation: Common Core SBAC Computer Lab Report (1/23/2014)

Board Presentation: Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP): Stakeholder Engagement & Updates (1/23/2014)