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Lunch registration online activates August 4
The online lunch registration links on LEUSD and school Web sites for the 2014-15 school year will be active on or after August 4th. Please do not attempt to sign up online before this date, as the service bureau we use for online processing won't accept new sign ups before this date. Thank you.
State Preschool Announces No Fees!
A recent change in the State Preschool Program means parents or guardians no longer will have to pay a fee for state preschool. LEUSD is currently enrolling eligible families with children who are 3 to 5 years old for this no-cost preschool program starting in 2014-15. Half-day sessions are offered at Machado, Earl Warren, Elsinore, Railroad Canyon, William Collier and Wildomar Elementary Schools and Lakeland Village School in our district. Children with disabilities are welcome. Please visit Children & Family Services during summer business hours, or call (951) 253-7091 for more information.
Summer Business Hours: District Office Closed Fridays
Now through August 1, LEUSD offices will be open to the public Monday through Thursdays only, between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Please note: we are closed on Fridays. The M-F normal business schedule will resume on Monday, August 4.
2014-15 School Bell Schedules Announced
New bell schedules have been set for the 2014-15 school year. The most significant changes affect middle schools and high schools to accommodate teacher collaboration, or PLC time. On Wednesdays, middle schools will have an early release time, and high schools will have a late start. View the combined school year calendar and bell schedule. View related news release. ADDENDUM: High School bell schedules are currently being slightly revised, and will be posted when available-the above links have not yet been updated to reflect the latest High School bell schedule revisions. We apologize for the inconvenience while HS only changes are being finalized. revised 7/24/14
Community Partner Spotlight
LEUSD is a proud partner of the Santa Rosa Plateau Foundation. Each year, the foundation underwrites the cost of bus transportation for field trips to the plateau, enabling students to learn, discover and explore the natural beauty and historic value of this precious land conservancy.