CUSD Announcements

  • Are you someone who enjoys collaborating with your peers, discussing different perspectives on important school and district issues, providing your input and being part of a thoughtful process resulting in innovative solutions? If so, read on!

     

    Carmel Unified is committed to elevating student voice and supporting the unique and varying needs of our students. Elevating student voices is critical in shaping conversations about education and creating change. Therefore, the Carmel Unified School District is announcing the creation of a Superintendent’s Student Advisory Council. The Council will aim to amplify and elevate student voices to serve as a bridge between the school board, the district and students to create positive change in our schools and district.


    If you are a current high school student in our district and are passionate about school or district wide issues, please apply here by December 5, 2021.

     

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  • CUSD has released a Family Emergency Response Guide to help families understand when, why, how and which safety responses are used within our schools and how parents/families can help work with our schools to ensure students and staff are kept safe on our campuses. Find a downloadable version (Spanish version coming soon) here.

     

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Announcements

  • 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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Headlines

  • 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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    Superintendent's Articles

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Welcome

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    Captain Cooper School, a K-5 school nestled in the Santa Lucia Mountains of Big Sur, is located 26 miles south of Carmel on California State Route One. Surrounded by mountains, the school sits some 500 feet above the entrance to the Big Sur Valley. Our site is also home to the Apple Pie Preschool. Together the schools have just under 90 students.

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