English French German Italian Portuguese Russian Spanish

Login/a>

×

User login

×

info@psusd.us

×

Mission Statement

Students will graduate prepared and motivated to succeed in their choice of career and higher education and to contribute to the common good. ×
News

Title I Input Survey Under way

Dear Parent/Guardian,

All school districts and school sites that receive State and Federal funds are required to gather teacher, parent, and student input each year. This information is used to help design high-quality curriculum and instruction, student interventions, professional development, and parent involvement to better allow all students to achieve at high levels.

The links to the parent surveys are listed below.  The survey is confidential.

 

Estimado Padre / Tutor,

×

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. 

×

×

Kindergarten Enrollment Center Opens March 2

PSUSD's Centralized Enrollment Center opens March 2 at the Desert Hot Springs Health & Wellness Center. Please see attached flyers with information on dates, required documents and resources for 2017-18 kindergarten registration. To access enrollment forms:

Spanish: http://bit.ly/PSUSD_ENR_SPA

English: http://bit.ly/PSUSD_ENR_ENG

For more information, call (760) 416-6030 or e-mail enrollment@psusd.us.

×
Book with Apple Icon

Election Result Does Not Alter Our Commitment, Mission

As students and staff attend our schools following our national election results, we want to ensure all that the Palm Springs Unified School District administration and staff is committed to providing a safe learning environment for all students.   We understand that there may be feelings of fear and apprehension among some of our students and their families.  

×
LCAP Infographic Image

Board Approved Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)

As part of the state's Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), which is a new way to fund schools, all districts are required to prepare a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), which describes how we intend to meet annual goals for pupils, with specific activities to address state and local priorities identified. Palm Springs Unified's Board of Education approved the 2016-17 LCAP on June 28, following written from input from community stakeholders (including parents, teachers, students, business representatives and residents).

×
Our Schools