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K-12 student registration for the 2013-14 school year
Preschool registration for the 2013-14 school year
Summer Swim offered at three CUSD pools
Again this year, the swimming pools at Clark, Kastner and Alta Sierra intermediate schools will be open to the public during the summer. The pools are available for public use from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, June 18 - August 1 at a cost of $3 for adults and $2 for students and children.
Free summer breakfast, lunch program at nine CUSD locations
All children in the Clovis Unified community are invited to take part in this year’s free USDA Summer Breakfast and Lunch Program. The program offers a free breakfast and lunch to children ages 18 and under. All meals are served Monday through Thursday beginning June 17 in the cafeterias of each of these schools: Clovis, Cole, Lincoln, Nelson and Oraze elementary schools; Buchanan and Clovis East high schools; and Clovis Community Day School. Reagan Elementary’s program starts June 24. Learn more here.
Spring 2013 academic competitions - CUSD's results
Students spend the school year preparing for various academic competitions which are held each spring such as History Day, Science Fair and DI. Following are links to lists of CUSD students who were first place winners at local/regional level academic competitions, and first, second and third place winners at state at national competitions:
2013-2014 school year calendar now available
Planning for next school year will move into high gear with the Board’s adoption of the 2013-2014 calendar. Key dates on the 2013-2014 school calendar include:
CUSD Today Extra: Articles beyond your printed edition
There is so much going on in Clovis Unified, all the district’s news simply cannot fit into the printed edition of CUSD Today! But that doesn’t mean you can’t read about it. Links to additional CUSD Today articles can now be found here, on CUSD's home page. Some of the recently added articles include:
Solar Projects planned to reduce energy costs
With the passage of Measure A in June, Clovis Unified is moving forward with the installation of a 5.4-megawatt solar field to be located at 19 sites around the district. This investment in solar energy is anticipated to provide an annual savings to the district’s current $7.5 million energy expenses of more than $2 million. The projects' first phase is already underway at Clovis, Nelson, Fugman, Riverview and Mtn. View elementary schools.Learn more.
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