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Hacienda La Puente Unified School District

Hacienda La Puente USD

    15959 E. Gale Ave., City Of Industry, CA 91745 • 626.933.1000, info@hlpusd.k12.ca.us

    Meal Benefit Applications

    Meal Benefit Applications are accepted at the Food Services office, located at:
    15959 E. Gale Ave.
    City of Industry, CA. 91745

    or online at
    https://hlpusd.rocketscanapps.com/

    International Program Advisory Committee Meeting Posted 10/12/18

    The meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 17, 2018, 5:00 p.m. in the District Office Board Room.

    Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Information for Salvadorans (January 2018) Posted 1/17/18
    On January 8, 2018, the Trump administration announced it was ending protections for about 200,000 Salvadorans who have lived in the United States since at least 2001. Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is granted by the Secretary of U.S. Department of Homeland Security (Secretary) to eligible foreign born individuals, who are unable to return home safely due to conditions or circumstances preventing their country from adequately handling the return. The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) also advised the public to not pay for or submit any form until USCIS updates official re-registration information.
    If you are a TPS recipient and have questions about your status please contact: 800-375-5283 or visit https://www.uscis.gov/humanitarian/temporary-protected-status.
    For more information, please click the attached TPS Fact Sheet file below.
    National 2017 Blue Ribbon School Award to Wedgeworth Elementary School (September 2017) Posted 10/4/17
    News Release
    Release: #17-68
    September 28, 2017
    Contact: Jonathan Mendick
    E-mail: communications@cde.ca.gov
    Phone: 916-319-0818
     
    State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson Congratulates California Schools Recognized as 2017 National Blue Ribbon Schools

     

    SACRAMENTO—State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson today congratulated 23 California public schools that have been chosen as 2017 National Blue Ribbon Schools. This coveted award honors public and private elementary, middle, and high schools where students achieve high learning standards or are making notable improvements in closing the achievement gap.

    “Congratulations to all the schools on this list and to the educators, parents, students, and communities for helping students believe in themselves, set high goals, and realize their potential,” Torlakson said. “You are shining examples of the terrific things happening in California public education, and we must keep our momentum going because the California Way is to move forward and upward.”

    The California winners are among 342 schools announced this morning by the U.S. Department of Education. In its 35-year history, the National Blue Ribbon Schools Program has presented this award to more than 8,500 schools.

    All schools are recognized in one of two performance categories, based on all student scores, subgroup student scores, and graduation rates:

    • Exemplary High Performing Schools are among their state’s highest performing schools as measured by state assessments or national tests.
    • Exemplary Achievement Gap Closing Schools are among their state’s highest performing schools in closing achievement gaps between a school’s student groups and all students over the past five years.

    Public schools are nominated by top education officials in each state, the Department of Defense Education Activity, and the Bureau of Indian Education.

    More information about the National Blue Ribbon Schools Program can be found on the U.S. Department of Education Web site External link opens in new window or tab. .

    California’s National Blue Ribbon Public Schools for 2017

    County

    District

    School

    Alameda

    Albany City Unified

    Albany Middle

    Alameda

    Pleasanton Unified

    Amador Valley High

    El Dorado

    Buckeye Union Elementary

    William Brooks Elementary

    Fresno

    Clay Joint Elementary

    Clay Elementary

    Humboldt

    Jacoby Creek Elementary

    Jacoby Creek Elementary

    Los Angeles

    East Whittier City Elementary

    Leffingwell Elementary

    Los Angeles

    Hacienda La Puente Unified

    Wedgeworth Elementary

    Los Angeles

    Long Beach Unified

    California Academy of Mathematics and Science

    Los Angeles

    Los Angeles Unified

    Alliance Dr. Olga Mohan High

    Los Angeles

    Los Angeles Unified

    Harbor Teacher Preparation Academy

    Los Angeles

    Los Angeles Unified

    KIPP Comienza Community Prep

    Los Angeles

    Los Angeles Unified

    Vintage Math/Science/Technology Magnet

    Los Angeles

    Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District

    Silver Spur Elementary

    Orange

    Los Alamitos Unified

    Jack L. Weaver Elementary

    Placer

    Tahoe-Truckee Unified

    Sierra Expeditionary Learning

    Riverside

    Hemet Unified

    Western Center Academy

    Sacramento

    Elk Grove Unified

    Arlene Hein Elementary

    San Diego

    Carlsbad Unified

    Pacific Rim Elementary

    San Francisco

    San Francisco Unified

    Sunset Elementary

    Santa Clara

    Moreland School District

    George C. Payne Elementary

    Sonoma

    Liberty Elementary

    Liberty Elementary

    Tulare

    Porterville Unified

    Harmony Magnet Academy

    Ventura

    Moorpark Unified

    Peach Hill Academy

     

     

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    Tom Torlakson — State Superintendent of Public Instruction
    Communications Division, Room 5602, 916-319-0818, Fax 916-319-0100

    Last Reviewed: Thursday, September 28, 2017
     Community Meeting Information:  Glenelder and La Subida Sites - Top Ten, FAQ and Presentations Posted 8/7/17

     Community Meeting Information:  Glenelder and La Subida Sites - Top Ten, FAQ and Presentations

     

    Below are the Top Ten and full Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)  the Lee Andrews Group prepared that are based on questions that were asked at the La Subida (June 6, 2017) and Glenelder (June 7, 2017) Community Meetings and Second Community Meetings at La Subida (August 1, 2017) and Glenelder (August 2, 2017).

     

    Open House presentation from October 17 and October 24th, 2017 is posted as an attachment below.

    Code to the Future - Computer Science Immersion Program (March 2017) Posted 3/10/17


     

    Creators of America’s First Computer Science Immersion Schools to Bring Renowned Program to Local Students

     

    Hacienda, CA --  Hacienda La Puente Unified School District is pleased to announce its partnership with Code To The Future, the nation’s leading Computer Science program for magnet and theme-based schools.  At the March 9th, 2017 HLPUSD Board of Education Meeting, the Board approved the agreement between Hacienda La Puente Unified School District and Code To The Future, to provide coding classes for elementary students in a Computer Science Immersion Program, from March 14, 2017 through June 30, 2022. 

     

    Code to the Future specializes in coding lessons geared to elementary students and offers an established curriculum, coaches for the classrooms on a rotating basis, and professional development.

     

    District officials selected Workman, Wedgeworth, Bixby, Del Valle, Baldwin, Cedarlane Academy, and Valinda School of Academics to become Computer Science Immersion Schools. Students at these schools will have the opportunity to learn fundamentals of Computer Coding as part of their daily curriculum. Through this 21st century literacy, students will develop critical thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration skills.

     

    Through the partnership with Code To The Future, teachers will be able engage students through block and text-based coding activities to enhance their education experiences through Computer Science. Students will have another avenue to apply problem solving, team building, and presentation skills as they collaborate and share their thinking process with peers.

     

    In regards to the partnership, Andrew Svehaug, CEO of Code To The Future said, “Hacienda La Puente students will have a great opportunity to learn computer science in a fun and engaging way while also developing the skills they need to be successful in our digital future.” The district will launch its seven Computer Science Immersion Schools this August. These schools will continue to offer the same, outstanding instruction in Reading, Writing, Math, Science, Social Studies, Music, and PE, all of which are foundational content to these campuses. Coding will be an exciting, integrated enhancement to the excellent learning already taking place at these schools.

     

    Parents interested in learning more about the new Computer Science Immersion Schools can contact Dr. Angela Lin at (626) 933-1000.

     


     

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    About Us

    Hacienda La Puente Unified School District (HLPUSD) is proud to serve a diverse student population, from Transitional Kindergarten to Adult Education. Two of our schools have been designated as National Blue Ribbon School, 13 Gold Ribbon Schools, and three high schools that have been honored in the U.S. News and World Report among the best high schools in the nation. Our District continues to provide students with innovative programs such as our award-winning dual immersion programs that offer students the opportunity to take classes and learn in four languages. The District also operates the second largest adult education program in the state, offering career development in programs that range from culinary arts to certified nursing assistant, automotive repair, and more. Whether you are looking to enroll a child, or looking to continue your education, we look forward to serving you!

    Fast Facts

    Schools

    32

    K-12 Enrollment

    18,000

    Superintendent

    District Area

    11.5 Sq. Miles

    Adult Education Enrollment

    14,000

    Board of Education