LCAP Update

The LCAP is a state required plan that provides details regarding the school district’s actions and expenditures to support pupil outcomes and overall performance. In order to get stakeholder input on our LCAP plan, we ask that you complete one of the following surveys:

Business Services

2015-2016 Intra-District Transfer Requests

Intra-district transfer requests for the 2015-2016 school year are being accepted until March 27th, 2015. Below is the application that must be filled out and returned to the District Office.

  • Application for Intra-District Transfer: English | Spanish
  • Application for Linked Learning Pathway Intra-District Transfer: English | Spanish

Prop 30 EPA Spending Disclosure

2013-2014 Prop 30 EPA Spending Determination Worksheet

New Parent Portal

Aeries Portal Login
We have deployed the new Aeries Portal for parent and student access. This new portal incorporates some new features that we will roll out throughout the year. Additionally, with the new portal we are no longer limiting account creation. Parents can sign up for a new account at the site by supplying an e-mail address and password. Once an account is created, multiple students can be associated with the account by providing three pieces of information. The information required will be mailed home during [Read More]

Announcing ParentLink

ParentLink

ParentLink is an iOS and Android App designed to connect parents, students and the community with their schools. The App is free to download and provides users with news, calendars, notifications and more. With ParentLink, you can control exactly how much information you want to receive. In the App settings you can choose which schools you want to follow, and even which categories in a school.

The district has been working throughout the summer to align our new website with our ParentLink App in order to provide an effective [Read More]

2014-2015 Local Control Accountability Plan

LCAPAt the June 19, 2014 school board meeting, the Tulare Joint Union High School District adopted its first Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP.) As part of the State of California’s 2013-2014 budget, education funding was changed to allow local school boards and communities to have greater control over how funds are spent. To facilitate that local control and accountability, school districts were required to develop a LCAP by working with the local community to provide services appropriate to meeting the education needs of all [Read More]