This months edition of Everyday Parenting has an article on setting expectations that you might find helpful.
"Setting expectations for our kids is an ongoing challenge for parents. On the one hand, it's easy to communicate what we expect. Yet that doesn't necessarily go far enough. It's easy to think of examples where we all know what's expected of us, yet--for a lot of different reasons--we don't do it." Click here to read more:
The Gonzales Police Department would like you join us on Tuesday, 9/30 at 6:30 PM in the Fairview Multi-purpose room to learn about how gangs are impacting our community. Click here to Read More
El Departamento de Policia de Gonzales les invitan a una presentacion sobre pandillas en la comunidad pueden lear mas aqui En espanol
To see the testing results for the 2013-14 school year for Gonzales Unified Schools follow the links below to the for each school site: (source - California Department of Education DATAQUEST)
Gonzales High School - AYP Accountability Progress Reporting (High Schools only)
Somavia Continuation High School - AYP Accountabiity Progress Reporting (High Schools only)
CAHSEE Results for Gonzales High School and Somavia
Title III Accountability Results for English Learners
On April 2, 2014, the California Department of Education produced a letter to inform school districts and the public about significant changes to the California Accountability system. The letter references significant ammendments that were approved by the State Board of Education on March 13, 2014. Please refer to the Curriculum & Instruction page on our website to read the entire letter and understand the new changes. Curriculum & Instruction
I want to thank the concerned parents from La Gloria Elementary who trusted enough to meet with the Principal, Becky Moore, Assistant Principal, Yolanda Barba, Director of MOT (Facilities), Trini Zavala and me this afternoon (9/16/14) to share their concerns and provide suggestions. It was a great example of Parent Invovlement in a very meaningful way and a true collaboration as we reviewed District needs and plans, listened to each other and put our students first. After all, isn't that the one thing we have incommon? The safety and welfare of our studnets at La Gloria, Pre-School, Fairview, Gonzales High Shool and Somavia.
Remember, parents: There are many ways for you to participate, express your opions and be heard. Each School has a School Site Council/English Language Advisory Committee that meets regularly to review concerns, PTCA (Parent, Teacher, Community Advisory) that meets the first Tuesday of every month at 6:30, the Migrant Parents Advisory Committe that meets every first Wednesday of the month at 7 PM in the GHS Library and Gonzales Unified School Board Meeting which meets the second and fourth Tuesday of every month at 6:30 in the GHS Library. The dates vary depending on school and national holidays so please consult the GUSD events calendar as listed to the left of this page! GUSD Events Calendar
Join us in one or all of these meetings to be a partner in working to provide the best education for our students in the safest and healthiest environment possible. The District faces many challenges and your help is needed!
Superintendent of Gonzales Schools
LCFF is the new funding formula used by the State of California to distibute money to California school districts. To see more information about how the new funds have been used in district, please folow links below:
For more information about the GUSD budget, visit the Business Services Page