The information provided on this page is intended to communicate the resources available in the District and the Ceres community.
CUSD Board Updates District Vision Statement
All students academically prepared to achieve their full potential, supported by and contributing to the community
Keeping Our Schools Safe!
Students Speaking Out provides students with a safe, informal, and anonymous system to give information about criminal activity, threats, or weapons, without fear of retaliation. If you have information about a crime committed at your school, or about threats of a crime or possible shooting...
Call the 24-Hour Students Speaking Out Hotline
at 209-521-4636 (INFO)
For more information: http://www.stancrimetips.org/campus/
Or find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/StudentsSpeakingOut
Thank You Cost Less Foods!
For supporting Ceres schools,
students, and families
Ceres Unified School District
Volunteer Application Process
To enhance the safety and well-being of CUSD students, the District will continue implementing the volunteer approval process.
The District will require all school volunteers to have an approved application on file. Previously approved supervised volunteers do not need to fill out another application for the 2015-2016 school year unless informed otherwise. Unsupervised volunteers will need to fill out new applications every year.
Current CUSD students are exempt from this process.
Congratulations to CUSD Teachers who
have earned a certification in
Sep 2016 - CUSD Foundation Board
Awards 17 Applicants
$12,400 in Teacher Mini Grants
The Ceres Unified School District is pleased to present the ‘Report to the Community 2015. This Report highlights the many accomplishments of our employees and the district's development and implementation of 1:World Please join CUSD in congratulating our students, staff, administration, and Board for their continued commitment and dedication in supporting student academic excellence.
All Employment Applications Now Paperless!
CUSD Personnel Services will only accept online applications through EDJOIN for all positions, including internal applicants (current employees). Paper applications will no longer be accepted.
Internal Applicants (CUSD Employees)
- Click here to apply on EDJOIN
- Select the job you are interested in, enter the password provided on the In-District Job Posting, and follow the steps.
External Applicants (non-CUSD employees)
Locations for Computers/Internet Access and Scanning Services
CUSD Personnel Services Kiosk in the District Office; Kinko’s; Public Libraries; College or University Computer Labs; Internet Cafes; Office Max and Staples
Resources for Free E-mail Services
www.hotmail.com www.yahoo.com http://mail.google.com http://aolmail.aol.com
For technical assistance call the EDJOIN Help Desk
The Ceres Unified School District has formed working partnerships with local businesses and community agencies over the past decade that serve the families and children of the Ceres community.
Ceres Community Collaborative
The Ceres Community Collaborative is a group of representative agencies and community members that are committed to meeting the needs of families in Ceres and the surrounding community. Members are dedicated to coordinating resources that empower and support individuals and families to learn and grow. Formal meetings occur quarterly. Meeting dates for the 2016-2017 year: November 9, 2016, February 3, 2017, and May 17, 2017. Meetings are scheduled from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm.
Meeting location is the Ceres Community Center, located at 2701 Fourth Street in Ceres.
The Ceres Community Collaborative was formed in 1994 as a planning group for a Healthy Start project. The Collaborative has grown in size and importance over the past 20 years. Currently, over 30 partner organizations, including faith-based organizations, local governmental agencies, independent youth-oriented organizations, Institutions of Higher Education, and grant-funded agencies are involved.
The Ceres Community Collaborative has successfully identified priorities, developed plans, mobilized public and private resources and integrated services that support children and families and enhance community well being.
The Ceres Community Collaborative partners continue to address community issues and form working partnerships to develop solutions to the needs of our students and families.
For information on becoming a partnering agency, contact Julie Lynn Martin, 209-556-1555.
School to Business Partnerships
Since 2007, CUSD schools have developed formal partnerships with local businesses, resulting in support by the business of school site activities and events. Businesses have contributed staff time, materials, resources, and other in-kind contributions to each school. Each school site promotes the business at school events and activities as a sponsor. If you are a business interested in supporting a school in Ceres, contact Jay Simmonds, Assistant Superintendent Student Support Services at 209-556-1550, for more information.
Mentors and Volunteers are Needed for CUSD Programs
The After School Education and Enrichment (ASES) program is seeking volunteers to participate in fun after school activities with elementary and junior high school students. For more information, download the Volunteer Flyer, today!
Project YES, is seeking mentors for at-risk youth ages 17 to 21 to provide encouragement and support to these students in education and career areas. Click here to download a Mentor Flyer.
CUSD Description and Demographic Information
The California Department of Education website provides a wide variety of data about the Ceres Unified School District and individual schools. Information on student enrollment, ethnicity percentage of students, special education and English Language Learner populations, Academic Performance Index growth, and more... is provided as district-wide data and school specific data. For additional information about CUSD schools, visit the individual school site web pages located at the right side of this page.
Ceres Unified School District property, grounds, schools and administrative buildings are tobacco and drug free zones. All students and visitors are prohibited from using tobacco products, drugs or alcohol while on any district property (i.e. grounds, schools, buildings, fields, etc.).