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.
Questions about lunches? Please email Pam Torkman
Immunization and medical information from the nurse: click here for the district page
(for general events calendar please use Google link in top-right of all pages)
within the portal, parents can use “e-funds for schools” to send money electronically (how to)
Media Center (includes our new online library)
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.
(warning: the above is a 380mb file)
Student Accident Insurance (Spanish)
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.