Attached is a PDF outlining the specifics of how CARES Act funding is used.
News & Announcements
Please click the link to review the letter from Asst. Superintendent of Educational Services, Dr. Virginia Kelsen. She outlines GUSD's continued priority to address student mental health and wellness.
Please see the letter issued by Superintendent Penelope DeLeon with the latest updates to expand the return to school.
If you missed the 2021 Glendora State of the Schools webinar on March 31st, reference Dr. DeLeon's updates and details about Glendora Unified School District by clicking on the link.
The LACDPH has issued a Spring Break travel advisory. We have enclosed the letter for your review.
GUSD Superintendent Dr. Penelope DeLeon issues reopening update as Los Angeles county enters into the red tier
This grab-and-go meal schedule will remain in place until the end of the 2020-2021 academic year. Spring Break grab-and-go meal distribution will only occur one day during break. Please refer to the spring break grab-and-go meal distribution flyer.
Superintendent Dr. Penelope DeLeon announces April 8th as the target return date for in-person instruction for secondary students. Please be advised that all dates are subject to change based on guidelines issued by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.
Please see the attached letter from Dr. DeLeon that went out to all secondary families on Friday, March 3, 2021, with an update on their future reopening.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond announced that 27 schools throughout the state were recognized as Model Continuation High Schools (MCHS) for 2021. Making that list is Glendora Unified's Whitcomb High School.