Bearcat Bulletin

What is Union Hill Charter all about?  Check out our guiding document here

Child Nutrition

Regular-priced lunch: $3.75 with milk included, or .50 for milk only.  Lunches may be purchased from the lunch window, by the gym, from 8:15 a.m. until 9:00 a.m.  Money may be put on account at anytime in the school office.  Please also consider paying electronically by using the e-funds for schools option inside your Powerschool Parent Portal.

Please visit the Nevada County Superintendent of Schools website for a comprehensive lunch program informational page

2019-20 Combined Letter and Application

UHSD Meal Charging Policy

Earned Income Credit relating to lunch

School nutrition programs eligibility

2019-20 income eligibility scales: guidelines for free and reduced-price meals or free milk in Child Nutrition Programs

An explanatory note about obtaining free or reduced-price meals

Lunch Menus

Questions about lunches?  Please email Pam Torkman

Union Hill Wellness Policy 2017

Immunization and medical information from the nurse: click here for the district page

Schedules

2020-21 Academic Calendar

(for general events calendar please use Google link in top-right of all pages)

Bus Schedule

Bus Rider Application

Google form: tired of 174 traffic?
children can ride the bus from satellite collection sites!

Academics

Student Supply List By Grade Level

Powerschool Parent Portal

within the portal, parents can use “e-funds for schools” to send money electronically (how to)

SchoolMint

Media Center (includes our new online library)

AR Home Connect

Community Resources

Partners Family Resource Center

Community Resources

Benchmarks

2018-19 Single Plan for Student Achievement Middle School

2018-19 Single Plan for Student Achievement Elementary School

School Accountability Report Card 2016-17 Middle School

School Accountability Report Card 2016-17 Elementary School

UH Charter Elementary SARC 2017-18

UH Middle SARC 2017-18

2019 California Healthy Kids Survey/7th Grade

California State Assessment

The California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) is a system of assessments that measure student progress in different subjects. CAASPP is designed to help teachers monitor the needs and successes of individual students as they progress toward mastery of the state adopted standards. The CAASPP Student Score Report shows your child’s results on the CAASPP tests administered at the end of the school year. Like class assignments and report cards, assessments are one gauge of student progress, providing information to schools, teachers, and parents about how students performed against California’s challenging new goals for learning.

Common Core State Standards

A Parent Guide to Understanding

Smarter Balanced Assessment System Video

Online Practice and Training Tests

 Video about CAST (science test)

 Video explaining CAASPP score reports

 Video about electronic score reporting and PDF article also

Parental Resources

School safety information for parents

Brochure from the 2019 Safety Summit

TUPE – Tobacco, Vaping & Marijuana 2018.mov

(warning: the above is a 380mb file)

School Compact

Pesticides used on campus, summer 2018

Spanish Annual Parent Notice 2019-2020

2019-2020 Annual Parent Notice

Board policy: sexual harassment of students

Administrative regulation: sexual harassment

Indian Education: Enrollment Form

Title VI Ed 506 Eligibility Form

Insurance

Student Accident Insurance (Spanish)

Student Accident Insurance

 

Optional Forms

Receive SMS from UHSD via Schoolmessenger

UHSD Volunteer Application

Notice of Pesticide Use

Consent for Medication at School

Permission Form for Drivers

Interdistrict Attendance Agreement and Behavior Contract

 

Behavioral Expectations

youtube logo Youtube video about our dress code

2019-2020 Union Hill Bearcat Policies and Procedures

Internet Use Policy

Information from Google about privacy and security

A note about students’ personal devices:

Union Hill School takes students’ privacy seriously.  When it comes to personal technology use, all parents expect that students’ privacy will be respected while under school supervision, whether a public or private school event.  During a normal school day all personal technology should be put away and out of sight between 8:10 – 3:10 unless expressly permitted by a teacher.  In addition, the use of technology at any time by students to take audio, video or photos that infringes on anyone’s right to privacy is prohibited.  Especially during school emergencies students are not to use technology for communication or recording as it compromises the safety of everyone.