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Templeton Unified School District

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    Welcome to Templeton Unified School District

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    Board Matters
    Board of Trustees, meeting agendas and links and more. 
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    Enrollment
    Answers to your questions about enrolling as a resident or interdistrict  transfers, boundaries, etc.    
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    TUSD Support Departments 
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    Special Education
    SPECIAL EDUCATION
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    Click here to find information on grab-n-go meals, menus, pay for your child's meals, and more .... 
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    Student Safety, Nondiscrimination, Title IX, Suicide Prevention, Violence Prevention, Annual Notice to Parents

    TUSD Organizational Goals

    Goal:  Increase the academic achievement of all students through the utilization of evidence-based instructional strategies, a challenging and engaging standards-aligned curriculum, and assessments that inform the teaching and learning.   

    Objectives and Evaluation Metrics:

    • Provide all teachers and administrators professional development to support the enhancement of Professional Learning Communities (PLC), the TUSD mathematics program, and Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) implementation.
    • Utilize the Smarter Balanced interim assessments for grades 3-11 as benchmark assessments that provide educators with timely feedback on students’ achievement levels relative to their grade level.
    • Add two Teacher on Special Assignment (TOSA) positions to support students’ learning acceleration and provide professional development in the areas of early elementary mathematics pedagogy, as well as the pedagogical shifts associated with the Next Generation Science Standards.
    • Increase the District’s counseling staff to provide more opportunities for students to engage in small group counseling sessions, social and emotional learning, as well as college/career guidance.
    • Increase the District’s Average Daily Attendance (ADA) rate to 96.5% by providing clearly defined tiered reengagement strategies and support for all students on short-term independent study assignments due to quarantines.
    • Provide expanded learning opportunities for all students through partnerships with outside organizations, credit recovery programs, and more structured tutoring services that take place before and/or after school.

    Goal:  Build further capacity to meet the ongoing staffing needs of the organization, and implement a robust multi-faceted professional development program to support the growth and capacity of all staff.

    Objectives and Evaluation Metrics:

    • Revise recruitment materials and processes to include specific identification and prioritization of “value-added” skills and expertise of TUSD job applicants.
    • Develop, communicate, and implement a four-tiered professional development program for certificated staff.  Provide district, site, and individual-level training opportunities aligned with district and site initiatives.
    • Offer both all-staff and targeted job-specific training opportunities for classified employees. 
    • HR Coordinator will complete the ACSA Personnel Academy by June 30, 2022.

    Goal:  Proactively address the persistent budget challenges facing TUSD while minimizing the loss of programs and services for students. Maximize the effective/productive use of all available resources, including one-time state and federal funds, in alignment with 2021-22 District goals and objectives and the Local Control and Accountability Plan. 

    Objectives and Evaluation Metrics: 

    • Execute and successfully demonstrate compliance for planned use of state and federal COVID-mitigation funds. 
    • Develop plan for remaining COVID-mitigation funds for 2022-23 school year, and incorporate this expenditure planning into 2022-23 staffing process (January-May 2022) and into LCAP year-two actions and services revisions.
    • Maintain a surplus position in the 2021-22 unrestricted General Fund, and
    • identify necessary reductions in years 2022-23 and beyond to maintain a positive budget certification with the County Office of Education and the State of California.  

    Goal:  Ensure safe and healthy conditions through consistent adherence to health/safety/sanitation guidelines as established in the 2021-22 TUSD Opening Plan, and in accordance with regulatory guidance by federal, state, and county agencies.  Additionally, complete scheduled deferred maintenance and facilities modernization projects in an effort to maintain and improve facilities.  Further, with a return to full in-person daily school, renew focus on improving and strengthening the collective staff capacity in emergency preparedness.   

    Objectives and Evaluation Metrics: 

    • Consistently maintain an adequate supply of personal protective equipment and cleaning/disinfecting supplies.
    • Implement and assess effectiveness of new cleaning/disinfecting products and equipment.  Provide product application training to all custodial staff. 
    • Daily checking and restocking of soap and hand sanitizer.
    • Schedule and perform disaster drills, including post-exercise debriefing.
    • Ensure all district employees have access to and training for the RAVE (emergency notification) application. 
    • Complete all 2021-22 scheduled deferred maintenance projects in accordance with five-year deferred maintenance plan.
    • Complete construction of the THS Weight Room/ASB Student Union by December 2021.  Begin construction phase of the THS Kitchen/MPR project by June 2022. 

    Goal:  Evaluate, acquire, incorporate, and support new student and staff technology to optimize the teaching and learning environment during the 2021-22 school year, regardless of the delivery model. 

    Objectives and Evaluation Metrics:

    • Procure and integrate 500 new student Chromebooks.
    • Evaluate and create a revised comprehensive four-year technology replacement plan for 2022-23 through 2025-26 by June 2022.
    • Provide PowerSchool Student Information System (SIS) training and support to all clerical staff and administrators.   
    • Increase the District’s data transfer speeds from 1 Gigabit per second (Gbps) to 10 Gbps in order to support staff and students’ access to educational technology. 

    Goal:  Further organize, define and streamline District two-way communication to ensure appropriate levels of effective communication with all stakeholders within the school community.    

    Objectives and Evaluation Metrics: 

    • Transition to a new school to home communication platform known as ParentSquare to enhance our communication procedures and provide improved tools for translation, direct and group messaging to target specific groups, as well as secure document delivery for essential documents.
    • By December 1, 2021, evaluate, select and transition to web-based, easy-to-access and navigate Governing Board meeting agenda platform.
    • Indefinitely continue the use of virtual meeting platforms as a complement to live Governing Board meetings.
    • Institute yearly school climate and culture surveys for all school sites.

    District Info

    Si usted necesita hablar con un empleado del distrito,  en español,  por favor llame a TES en nuestra línea telefónica  al (805) 434-4027 y hable con Annette Calcote, profesora del Desarrollo de Inglés (ELD).  Si su llamada no es contestada, por favor deje un mensaje con un buen número para comunicarse con usted.  Intentaremos contestarle durante las horas de 2:30-3:15 pm lunes a viernes, o hasta las 9:00 de la noche el mismo día. Otra posibilidad es dejar un texto al número (805) 674-7187. Por favor deje su nombre y apellido con su texto. Sus preguntas e inquietudes son muy importantes para nosotros, y queremos asegurarnos de que ustedes puedan conseguir sus preguntas relacionadas a la escuela.

    Atentamente,

    Annette Calcote, Profesora de ELD

    The students of Templeton Unified are fortunate to have a dedicated group known as the Templeton Education Foundation (T.E.F.) working to support our schools.  This organization raised more than $65,000 this past year.  That doesn't happen without the involvement of community members like yourself.  If you would like more information on the Templeton Education Foundation or if you are interested in volunteering your time to this worthwhile cause, please join in their efforts.  Questions may be directed to TEF using the link below.  More information is also available on their website

    Contact us

    Are you looking for more information on our awesome little community?  Look no further.  The links below provide direct access to local organizations that can show you what we mean by "awesome little community." 

    Templeton Community Services District

    Templeton Chamber of Commerce

    Templeton Community Library Association