School Announcements

  • 2022-2023 New Transitional Kindergarten through 8th Grade Student Priority Registration


    January 10, 2022 through February 16, 2022


    Kindergarten is available for children turning five years old on or before September 1, 2022 (date of birth range: 09/02/2016 - 09/01/2017)


    TK is available for children turning five years old between September 2, 2022, and February 2, 2023 (date of birth range: 09/02/2017 - 02/02/2018)

    TK is part of a two-year Kindergarten program.


    **Matriculating Kindergarten (current TK) students and 6th grade (current 5th) students DO NOT need to complete a new registration** 


    NEW incoming Transitional Kindergarten students will register remotely through Student Assignment


    NEW incoming Kindergarten through 8th grade students will register at their attendance area school. For Garden Gate, please go to the registration site and fill out the New Student Interest Form.

    Please note: You must be physically living within CUSD boundaries to register. CUSD does not accept any pre-registrations. 


     New Student Registration Parent Information:


    Here is a link that parents can watch related to new student registration and open enrollment for all students as well as information about each of our alternative school programs:


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  • Absence Reporting Forms

    School Absences for Illness or Appointments:  

    If your child will be absent from school or tardy (more than 30 minutes late), please complete and submit this form. Alternately, you may email ( ) or call our absence line at (408) 252-5414 and follow the recorded instructions.


    Extended School Absences (Vacation, Religious Event, Government Appointment, etc)

    If your child will be absent due to a family/religious event, Vacation, Medical appointment or Government appointment please submit a Parent Report of Absence to the school 24 hours in advance along with supporting documentation where applicable.



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    To learn more about Safe Routes to School, click here.

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