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  • Assembly Bill 104  Grade Change Information

    July 30, 2021

    Recent legislation, Assembly Bill (AB) 104, contains a provision that allows for parents/guardians and adult students to request that grades earned at the high school during the 2020-2021 school year be changed to Pass or No Pass. There is no limit to the number of courses for which a grade change may be requested. The changes will not be factored into the student’s GPA, thus the GPA will not be negatively impacted. There are, however, factors that need to be considered when making this decision.

    • Replacing an F grade with a No Pass will remove the F from the GPA calculation
      • However, students will still be held accountable for passing all required classes
    • Replacing a D with a Pass may qualify the course for college admissions where previously it could not be used. This may only apply for institutions accepting Pass / No Pass grades
    • Please be aware that some post-secondary institutions, especially those out of state, will not or may not accept Pass / No Pass grades for the purposes of admissions. Please refer to the specific institution’s admissions requirements. 

     

    Grade Change Application Request Form

     

    Timelines and requirements (Please Read):

    Parents/ Guardians will have 15 calendar days from the date of this notice to submit a request form. Deadline for submission is Aug. 14, 2021

    The law prohibits school districts from accepting request applications after the deadline. Please make sure to submit by the deadline, as we can not accept late applications

     

    Carmel Valley High School Contact:

     

    Direct all questions to:

    Tom Parry, Principal -

    (831) 624-1546 ext. 2890

    or

    Tina Gerow, Principal’s Secretary -

    (831) 624-1546 ext. 2891

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  • Human Trafficking  Prevention Resources

    As required by Ca. Ed. Code 49381, districts are required to provide to parents of students in grades 6-12 with information on human trafficking prevention resources. In consultation with the Monterey County Office of Education, we selected these resources to share with parents. 

    US State Dept.  - 15 Ways You Can Help Fight Human Trafficking

    protect.org - Human Trafficking Prevention Education and Training

    National Human Trafficking Hotline

    En Español - National Human Trafficking Hotline

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  • Anonymous Tip Line Reminder

    Did you know that the district participates in WeTIP, the anonymous tip line service? WeTIP is committed to anonymous reporting, so they provide a discreet way to report any type of crime, fraud, or improper behavior issues.

    WeTip's complete list

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  • colorado fire updates

     

    Visit our emergency updates page for our community updates sent out via ParentSquare on the Colorado Fire burning in Big Sur.

     

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  • CARMEL UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
    BOARD OF EDUCATION
    Board of Education Regular Meeting

    January 26, 2022

    MEarth Green Building
    4380 Carmel Valley Road
    Carmel, CA  93923


    4:00 PM - Open Session

     

    Members of the public may observe the meeting in person or on the CUSD Board Meeting YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/CUSDBoardMeeting.  Those attending in person should be aware that the livestream broadcast may capture  audio of those attending the meeting.

    Safety Protocols For In-Person Meetings

    Our community’s health and safety is our highest priority. To protect the health of all of those in attendance, the District requires everyone attending a Board meeting to comply with all local and State health orders including wearing masks while indoors. The District thanks you for your cooperation in advance.

    Public Comment
    Members of the public attending the meeting may provide comment during item I.F. Public comment on any open session item, closed session item, or any item that is within the Board’s jurisdiction, but not on the agenda, will be heard at that time.  The Board is committed to maintaining a respectful and productive environment that fosters a culture of civility where staff, the community and the Board feel safe to express themselves and are free from bullying, harassments, and threats. The Board welcomes your comments and requests that you express yourself accordingly.

    Members wishing to address the Board are allotted THREE minutes per speaker per item or per topic which is not on the agenda.  Should more than 20 people wish to address any one item or topic, the Board may elect to allot TWO minutes per speaking on that item/topic.  Please note that the speaking time cannot be delegated to another person.  Members should indicate the agenda item(s) or topic(s) on which they plan to speak when beginning their comments. Without taking action, Board members or District staff members may briefly respond to statements made or questions posed by the public about items not appearing on the agenda.

    Input Card
    Additionally, at any time during the meeting, members of the public may complete an “Input Card” to provide additional input on items addressed by the Board or within the Board’s jurisdiction.  After the meeting, comments will be shared with the Board.

    Public Records
    Any writings or documents that are public records and are provided to a majority of the Board of Education regarding an open session item on this agenda will be made available for public inspection in the District Office located at 4380 Carmel Valley Road, Carmel, California 93923 during normal business hours.

    Assistance Information
    If you require special assistance such as auxiliary aids or services in order to access the Board meeting room, review the agenda, or otherwise participate in this meeting, please contact the Assistant to the Superintendent at 624-1546 ext. 2021. Please provide sufficient advance notice to allow the District time to arrange for your accommodation.

    NOTICE TO AUDIENCE: The Board reserves the right to change the order of the agenda items.

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  • Second Edition of #WeAreCarmelUnified

    Dear Parents and CUSD employees: A Chicago colleague asked recently, “What is the name of your new school district?” “Carmel Unified,” I responded. “Unified? ” she inquired as though she had misheard. I quickly responded, “Yes, in Chicago we would call it a Unit District. It serves students in grades K-12. Actually we also have a preschool program here, so it’s actually pre-K to grade 12, but it’s about the same thing as a unit district.”

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    The mission of Carmel Valley High School is to provide a challenging curriculum for each and every student. Our approach addresses the educational and emotions needs to students who come from various backgrounds. It is the expectation that all graduating students will become productive and caring members of society.
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