• Summer Learning Resources

    Families check out these summer resources for your students in reading, math, science and a special surprise category. Visit bit.ly/20wccsummer.

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  • Student Meal Distribution Locations and Food Options

    Summer meals for children 18 years or younger can be picked up at 21 locations. Meal pick up is from 10:45 am to 1:15 pm at nine school locations and from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 12 community locations Monday through Thursday. Friday meals are distributed on Thursday.

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  • Support the Ed Fund's COVID-19 School Closure Fund

    The Ed Fund created the COVID-19 School Closure Fund to assist WCCUSD families with food, technology, childcare costs and other emergency needs during the closure. To donate visit bit.ly/wccedfundcovid19fund.

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  • District Closure Updates and Resources

    Due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic affecting the WCCUSD community and globe, all District facilities remain closed for the 2019-20 school year. We have compiled meal locations, e-learning, Distance Learning parent/family guides and other resources.

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  • Distance Learning: Family/Parent Guides

    Distance Learning Phase 2 began April 13 and working with WCCUSD parent/family leaders we developed these family/parent Distance Learning Guides for PreK, TK-2, 2nd-6th and Middle and High school.

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  • Superintendent Message: Reflecting on the loss and injustice and ensuring WCCUSD schools are a safe haven for students.

    This weekend has been a difficult one for our community and for America at large. Over the past weeks, I felt ill when I read the stories of Ahmaud Aubrey and Breonna Taylor. The image of George Floyd dying with an officer’s knee on his neck was beyond sickening.

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  • Superintendent Message -- April 2020

    We have had quite an interesting six weeks. The COVID-19 crisis has altered what we knew as normal. Families’ lives have been affected in ways few of us could have imagined. Loved ones have been lost, jobs have been affected and how we knew education has changed. Yet despite the current conditions, the spirit and character of this community has carried us through to a point where we will come out stronger.

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  • Community Update: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources

    We are working with Contra Costa Health Services about the coronavirus in the event that WCCUSD schools are impacted. Updates and resources are available for members of the community to review.

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  • Superintendent Message -- February 2020

    We entered February on the heels of a historic resolution led by the family leaders from the African American Site Advisory Team (AASAT). The AASAT Resolution adopted in January highlights the community and district’s commitment to ensure that every student, particularly African American students can and do succeed.

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  • Special Message: Budget Update Feb 28

    On Wednesday night, the Board of Education made the difficult decision to notify nearly 300 certificated employees that their positions may be reduced or eliminated for the 2020-21 school year. The affected teachers, counselors, and administrators will receive official notices in the next week.

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  • Merging Athletics and Academics

    West Contra Costa Unified School District's Richmond elementary school sports league teaches success on and off the court and field. The co-ed league is in its third year and offers basketball, soccer, and flag football for 5th and 6th graders.

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  • WCCUSD Board Approves Renaming School After Former First Lady Michelle Obama

    The West Contra Costa Unified School District Board of Education voted unanimously tonight to rename one of its elementary schools after former First Lady Michelle Obama.

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  • Superintendent Message: Budget Update Feb. 14

    As we get ready for the much anticipated President Week break, I want to give you an update on the progress that we have made and continue to make on the District’s budget deficit. As I mentioned last week, I am confident that we can solve this challenge.

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  • WCCUSD, Teamsters 856, UTR Special Message: Joint Statement on Budget Challenge

    UTR, Teamsters, WCCUSD release a joint statement on working together and collaboratively to help solve the current budget challenge.

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  • New Family Enrollment Now Open

    New family enrollment for families new to the West Contra Costa Unified School District, including transitional kindergarten and kindergarten opens at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21. You can enroll you child online or in person at your neighborhood school. Find out more information www.wccusd.net/Page/11736.

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  • Superintendent Special Message: Budget Update Feb. 7

    Good afternoon community. In an effort to We will be sending weekly updates on District's budget challenge and our progress to address the deficit.

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  • Superintendent Special Message: Budget Update Jan. 30

    We are continuing to navigate the District's budget challenge and search for solutions while at the same time we are keenly aware of the potential impact these decisions will have on the programs and services the District provides to students and families.

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  • Community Celebrates Grand Opening of New PVHS Campus

    As students and staff looked eagerly to the future while celebrating the grand opening of Pinole Valley High School’s glistening new campus on a warm, sun-splashed August morning, they also took time to say goodbye to their temporary home across the way.

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  • Superintendent Message -- Budget Update January 24

    Dear Community, As many of you know, we are working diligently to reduce our deficit for next year. We have made a commitment to reduce $32 million of expenses for the next school year and have decided to reduce the remaining $16 million in the following year. Doing this over two years will allow us to understand what improvements to our budget may come next year with the new state budget and important initiatives on the ballot.

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  • Superintendent Message -- January 2020

    Welcome back and Happy New Year. I hope everyone had a chance to spend time with family, rest and get ready for 2020. I am excited for what the new year has to offer and all of the great and challenging events ahead.

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