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Student Handbooks/Legal Notifications

Student Handbooks and Annual Notice to Parents

School districts are required to annually notify students and their parents of their rights and a wide variety of topics including information on curriculum, testing, discipline, safety and much more.  Referring to the information in these documents will help ensure your child has a good experience in our schools.  We encourage you to contact your child's principal or the district office if you have questions, require clarification or wish to make a suggestion.  Your thoughtful input is appreciated. 

 

2018/19 Annual Notice to Parents (ANTP)

Elementary Section

Middle School Section

High School Section 

District Safety Plan

The safety of your child when in our care is very important to us.  Our District Safety Manual is intended to provide you with information on our efforts to protect your child. 

 

2018 Safety Plan 

 

 

 

Single School Plan for Student Achievement

Annually the schools are responsible for developing and approving a Single School Plan for Student Achievement.  The following links provide access to the various school plans. 

 

Templeton Elementary School

Vineyard Elementary School

Templeton Middle School

Templeton High School

Eagle Canyon High School

Templeton Home School

Templeton Independent Study High School

 

 

Core Reading List

The Core Reading List (formerly known as the Core Literature List) specifies the literary works and readings students in Templeton Unified School District must read at each grade level.  The recommended list is reviewed annually, as required by policy, by the English Language Arts (ELA) Curriculum Committee.  

 

A number of changes were made for the 2016/17 school year.  Some titles were removed, some added, a few moved from grade to grade, and some titles have been moved from "Core" to "Supplemental."  With the changes in the new California State Standards (CSS), there is a need to have our core reading include both fiction and non-fiction reading material.  Our schools are currently looking at new curriculum options, with a likely adoption of ELA/ELD curriculum K-8 happening either 2016/17 or 2017/18.  These adoption choices will likely bring about further changes to the Core Reading List over the next two years.  

 

Core Reading List 

Local Control and Accountability Plan

On June 28, 2018 the Board of Trustees adopted the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) for Templeton Schools.  This document was initiated by the state through the implementation of the Local Control Funding Formula.  This document is annually revised, incorporating input from staff, parents and the community.  We welcome your input through your service on the LCAP Committee.  The LCAP Committee meets approximately six times each year.  The meetings for the 2018/19 year are scheduled for September 18, October 16, November 27, January 15, February 19, and March 19.   If you are interested in serving on this Committee, please contact Cheryl Parks at (805) 434-5805. 

 

LCAP Approved June 28, 2018

California Healthy Kids Survey

The California Healthy Kids Survey is administered biennially to students in grades 5, 7, 9, and 11.  The results of the most recent administration are available by clicking on the links below. 

 

California Healthy Kids High School Survey - English

 

California Healthy Kids Middle School Survey - English

 

California Healthy Kids High School Survey - Spanish

 

California Healthy Kids Middle School Survey - Spanish

 

Annual Report on CHKS Results

Local Educational Agency Plan (LEAP)

The District's current Local Educational Agency Plan is available for viewing by clicking the link below:  

 

 

LEAP

Uniform Complaint Procedures (UCP)

Templeton Unified School District designates the individual listed below as the employee responsible for coordinating the district's response to complaints and for complying with state and federal civil rights laws:

 

Joe Koski, Ed.D.
Superintendent 
960 Old County Road
Templeton, CA  93465
(805) 434-5805

 

Policies and procedures for filing complaints against employees and/or uniform complaints are available on request from the Superintendent's office or by clicking on the appropriate link below.  If you have questions or require assistance completing the form, please contact the District Office at the number above.  

 

Board Policy 1312 - Complaints Concerning the Schools

 

Board Policy 1312.1 - Complaints Concerning Employee

Administrative Regulation 1312.1 - Complaints Concerning Employee

Complaint Form 1312.1 - Complaints Concerning Employee

 

Board Policy 1312.2 - Complaints Regarding Instructional Materials

Administrative Regulation 1312.2 - Complaints Regarding Instructional Materials 

Complaint Form 1312.2 - Regarding Instructional Materials 

 

Board Policy 1312.3 - Uniform Complaint Procedures (UCP)

Administrative Regulation 1312.3 - Uniform Complaint Procedures 

Complaint Form 1312.3 - UCP

 

Administrative Regulation 1312.4 - Williams Complaint 

Complaint Form 1312.4 - Williams Complaint 

 

As required by law, individuals who file complaints are protected from retaliation.