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  • August 11, Join the PUSD Master Planning Process

    Pasadena Unified is seeking teachers, parents, students and/or community members to join one of several committees that will provide critical input and direction in our strategic planning process that will shape the future of PUSD for years to come.

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  • Aug. 9, PUSD Welcomes Employees to the New School Year

    Pasadena Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Brian McDonald welcomed teachers, administrators, and employees to the 2022-2023 school year at a virtual kickoff that honored the Teacher, Principal, Classified Employee, and Hero of the Year, along with the recipients of the Superintendent’s Awards. “The new school year brings with it excitement and hope, and new challenges,” he said.

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  • Aug 5, Message from the Superintendent

    There is much to look forward to this year – more amazing academic achievements, more exciting athletic competitions, and more extraordinary student performances. We have added a new Armenian world language program at Webster Elementary, launched Ethnic Studies courses at high schools, and offered opportunities to extend the learning day with before and after school programs.

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  • August 4, PUSD COVID-19 Update

    At last night’s meeting, the Pasadena Unified Board of Education approved revisions to COVID safety protocols. The following revisions are now in place at all PUSD schools. Outdoor in-person meetings/activities with parents/guardians, community members, staff, and students are now allowed with masking strongly recommended.

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  • August 2, COVID-19 Update

    We’re looking forward to welcoming students on the first day of school, Thursday, August 11, 2022. To ensure that students and employees stay safe and learning continues on campus, we are putting in place layers of measures and making important adjustments to the start of the school year.

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