District Highlights

  • COVID-19 Testing after Spring Break

    With the upcoming spring break holiday, we are providing additional COVID-19 testing resources for our community’s safety. WCCUSD will be operating seven COVID-19 testing sites around the district the day before returning to school after spring break, on Sunday, April 10, from 9 am to 3 pm.

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  • Superintendent's Community Message: C/o 2022 Graduation Schedule, Native American Family Day, District Seeks Volunteers & More

    Message from the Superintendent includes information on the Strategic Plan, class of 2022 Graduation Schedule, students weather balloon launch, Native American Family Day on April 9, 2022, volunteer recruitment to help register student vaccination cards, scholarships, becoming a substitute, mask incentive prohibited update, and more.

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  • Interested in helping as a volunteer?

    Hello WCCUSD community! We know that getting a vaccine greatly reduces the risk of COVID-19. In our district, all students ages 12 and older are required to be vaccinated by July 1, 2022. In WCCUSD, 87 percent of students in this age group are vaccinated. Now, we are looking for the community’s assistance in helping us reach the remaining 1,500 students who have not updated the district on their vaccination status.

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  • CAASPP Spring Assessments

    Every year, California students take several statewide tests. When combined with other measures such as grades, class work, and teacher observations, these tests give families and teachers a more complete picture of their child’s learning. You can use the results to identify where your child is doing well and where they might need more support.

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  • Vista K-12 Virtual Academy Near Space Project Launch

    Science Facilitator, Mr. Thomas, and Vista students launched a weather balloon to the ozone layer. The balloon launched with the objective to retrieve a High Altitude Balloon carrying meteorological monitor equipment. This was inspired by how scientist study El Nino with High Altitude Balloons (HAB).

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  • Superintendent's Community Message March 18, 2022

    Mask Incentives, School Safety, You Make a Difference Honorees, Scholarship Application Deadlines Extended & More

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  • WCCUSD to Strongly Recommend Masks Starting March 14

    Starting this Monday, March 14, we are strongly recommending masks, but no longer requiring them, at all WCCUSD middle schools, high schools, and central offices. Starting on April 15, after we return from spring break, masking will be strongly recommended but no longer required for all WCCUSD schools and central offices, including Pre-K, TK, elementary and K-8 schools.

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  • Updated Masking Guidance

    Currently, all WCCUSD employees and students are required to wear a mask at all times, other than eating, while at school and work. Starting on Thursday, March 3, outdoor masking will no longer be required for WCCUSD students and employees. Students and employees are still required to wear masks indoors. Masks will not be required for students outside during the lunch period.

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  • Superintendent's Community Message March 11, 2022

    Teacher Gratitude Grant, Poetry Out Loud Winner Announced, Scholarship Application Deadlines Extended & More

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  • School in Session April 1 and May 27

    School is in session on both April 1, 2022 and May 27, 2022. On the district calendar, these dates are listed as “reserve days” and that there will be no school. These “reserve days” were used When the omicron surge hit our school communities hard in January, and so many of our students and staff were out sick, we opted to use those flexible “reserve days” at that time, on January 7 and January 10.

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