What a fantastic turnout for this year’s first CUSD Town Hall meeting! Thank you to all of the families who took part in this important conversation about school safety, our staff whose work made the event possible, and the organizations and agencies who participated, including Ceres Police and Fire departments. For more photos, please visit our Facebook page.
6 months ago, Ceres Unified School District
Assistant Superintendent Dan Pangrazio, holding microphone, presents to audience
Man in headphones, woman and little girl listen to presentation
Woman seated at table reads handout
Police officer holding microphone presents to audience
Students and staff at Patricia Kay Beaver Leadership Magnet are wearing pink this month to support #BreastCancerAwareness. It's a cause close to the hearts of Beaver Builders, as the former Ceres teacher for whom their school is named lost her life to the disease.
6 months ago, Ceres Unified School District
Principal Libby Callahan and four staff members wearing shirts to support breast cancer awareness
Group of students wearing pink
Group of students on field wearing pink
Three students in classroom wear pink
Say "boo" to the flu! 👻💉 In partnership with Stanislaus County Health Services Agency, CUSD is hosting an annual flu clinic that is FREE for our enrolled students: 🗓️ Friday, Oct. 27 ⏰ 1-5 p.m. 📍 Argus/Endeavor Multiuse Room, 2503 Lawrence St, Ceres A limited supply of flu vaccines is also available for CUSD families, caregivers and staff.
6 months ago, Ceres Unified School District
Flu Clinic Flyer English
Flu Clinic Flyer Spanish
Recently, CUSD partnered with architects and school construction experts to assess the condition of our local school facilities. The resulting Facilities Master Plan highlighted that upgrades are needed to security cameras, radios, and security systems at all schools. To learn more about steps CUSD is taking to keep local students safe, please visit www.ceres.k12.ca.us/page/facilities-upgrades.
6 months ago, Ceres Unified School District
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A visit from Mr. Sasai, Principal of Japan’s Kyoto Gakuen High School, is always an honor. It also means the arrival of visiting Kyoto students! In a longstanding tradition, CHS and CVHS students, staff, and families look forward to hosting their international guests, building friendships, and learning about one another’s cultures. Welcome! #TheCeresWay
6 months ago, Ceres Unified School District
Superintendent Denise Wickham stands next to Kyoto Gakuen Principal Mr. Sasai
Carnegie Arts Center of Turlock is hosting CUSD third-graders this fall! Our Westport Mustangs enjoyed their tour and art lesson focusing on the elements of line and color. 🎨🖌️ #ArtInEducation #TheCeresWay
6 months ago, Ceres Unified School District
Little girls gathered around table creating artwork
Four students using crayons to create art
Students creating art at Carnegie Arts Center
Students creating art at Carnegie Arts Center
Central Valley High School Media Arts students toured the Good Day Sacramento studio and had a Q&A with professional anchors and news producers! 🌞📺🤩 #CTE #CeresLearns #TheCeresWay
6 months ago, Ceres Unified School District
Students gathered around TV news monitors
Students look at TV news monitors
Students in audience at Good Day Sacramento
Students on stage at Good Day Sacramento
CUSD's Family Resource Center is hosting a free Sensory Storytime featuring yoga, games, and dance for children ages 2-5 and one caregiver! 🧘💃📚 🗓️ Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2023 ⏰ 9:30-10:30 a.m. 📍 Argus/Endeavor Rooms 32/33, 2555 Lawrence St., Ceres ☎️ To register, please call (209) 556-1559
6 months ago, Ceres Unified School District
Flyer English
Flyer Spanish
Mark your calendar for this month's CUSD Town Hall Meeting on school safety: 🗓️ Thursday, Oct. 19, 2023 ⏰ 5:00-7:00 p.m. (dinner included) 📍 Ceres Community Center, 2701 4th St., Ceres ☎️ To register for free childcare, please contact the CUSD Family Resource Center at (209) 556-1559.
6 months ago, Ceres Unified School District
Town Hall Flyer English
Town Hall Flyer Spanish
Did you know? In 2021, U.S. News & World Report ranked 3 CUSD high schools among the best in the greater Modesto area, reflecting the district’s focus on ensuring students graduate prepared for college and careers.
6 months ago, Ceres Unified School District
Blue text on white background with CUSD logo. Text reads, "Did You Know?"
Celebrating #HispanicHeritageMonth with Sinclear Grizzlies! #Conchitas #TheCeresWay
6 months ago, Ceres Unified School District
Little girl in traditional dress holding conchita
Little girl in white embroidered dress with red, green hair bows
Male and female siblings in traditional outfits and boots
Staff with student in sombrero, serape
Sinclear staff with student
Putting the CUSD in CUStoDian! Sparkling, well-maintained campuses and buildings create a welcoming environment for CUSD students, staff, and visitors. Thank you, CUSD custodial team, for taking pride in your work. It shows! ✨ #TeamCUSD #TheCeresWay
7 months ago, Ceres Unified School District
Celebrating CUSD Custodians, National Custodian Appreciation Day October 2, 2023
Superintendent Denise Wickham and Board Member Brian de la Porte were honored to accept, on CUSD's behalf, recognition from CASA of Stanislaus County for our commitment to serving the needs of every student, including those in foster care. We appreciate our partnership with CASA, whose work to ensure that foster youth have a voice and receive the care they deserve is a #LightOfHope in Ceres and beyond. #TheCeresWay
7 months ago, Ceres Unified School District
Superintendent and Board member, with presenter, hold certificates, framed picture.
Program page about CUSD
Program, framed picture, and certificates
Did you know? CUSD’s graduation rate is among the best in Stanislaus County and well above the state average.
7 months ago, Ceres Unified School District
Blue text on white background with CUSD logo. Text reads, "Did You Know"
This little Eagle is taking home a PS5! Why? Because she attends #SchoolEveryDay. It's #TheCeresWay! Congratulations to Carroll Fowler Elementary's September Attendance winner. 🙌🦅🎉
7 months ago, Ceres Unified School District
Student and principal standing on blacktop behind PS5 and in front of assembled students
Meet Leila and her paraprofessional, Laura. Leila loves being part of Choir and Dance at school. Laura helps make sure that Leila has the support she needs to fully participate in learning and school activities, just like her peers. Think you'd enjoy working one-on-one with students during school hours? CUSD is hiring paraprofessionals ... no experience required! Must be able to pass a background check and demonstrate NCLB compliance (we can help ... ask us how). To find out more and apply online, please visit http://www.edjoin.org/Home/DistrictJobPosting/1847125. #TeamCUSD #TheCeresWay
7 months ago, Ceres Unified School District
Student in wheelchair with paraprofessional at table
City and School 2+2+2 meetings are an opportunity for City of Ceres and CUSD leaders to regularly discuss and collaborate on issues of mutual interest. Topics of today’s meeting included future development, budget updates, and a recap of the Crosstown Showdown Parade and planning for 2024. The meetings are called 2+2+2 because the city manager and superintendent, plus two City Council members, plus two CUSD Board members attend. We appreciate our partnership with the #CityofCeres! #OurCeresCommunity #TheCeresWay
7 months ago, Ceres Unified School District
Meeting participants seated around table
City staff leads a conversation as three other participants listen
Meeting participants including Superintendent Denise Wickham and Trustees Lourdes Perez and Hugo Molina
Mayor Javier Lopez and City staff seated at discussion table
Meeting participants seated around table
Spotted today at Argus and Endeavor and earlier this month at CVHS … a brand new Toyota Corolla making the rounds of area high schools as part of the Stanislaus County Office of Education Attendance Drive campaign! High school students with at least one month of perfect attendance in 2023-2024 will be automatically entered into a drawing to WIN THIS CAR, courtesy of Modesto Toyota. A CVHS student won in 2019! 🚘💯🙌 For more information, please see the official rules at https://resources.finalsite.net/images/v1692291895/stancoeorg/aqlgojxfyka9roekytmn/AttendanceDriveOfficialRules2023-24_1.pdf. 🚨📢👉 STAY TUNED for an exciting announcement about a new attendance incentive exclusively for CUSD seniors … coming soon! #EveryDayCounts #SchoolEveryDay #InIt2WinIt #TheCeresWay
7 months ago, Ceres Unified School District
Toyota Corolla on display at Argus High School
Win Me sticker on hood of Toyota Corolla
Toyota Corolla on display at CVHS
CVHS student in seat of Toyota Corolla won in 2019
Voters in neighboring communities have passed school facility improvement bond measures to repair and upgrade their aging schools. Similar updates and repairs to those completed in neighboring districts are required in our own schools in order to ensure that all CUSD students have access to comparable state-of-the-art educational facilities and are prepared to compete for the jobs of the future. To learn more, please visit www.ceres.k12.ca.us/page/facilities-upgrades.
7 months ago, Ceres Unified School District
Female student uses tool to work on machinery
It's good to see you, Fall! 👋🍂 You're so much cooler than summer. 😎🌡️ #FirstDayofFall #AutumnVibes
7 months ago, Ceres Unified School District
Burgundy background with colorful fall leaves, text reads "Hello Fall"