Superintendent Community Update

November 12, 2021

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Superintendent's Message

Dear JUHSD Community,

We ​​celebrate American Public Education Week next week, November 15th-19th, by honoring the individuals who work to ensure that every student receives a quality education.

Public schools educate 9 out of 10 students in the United States. We offer students safe and inclusive learning experiences, prepare students for the future workforce, encourage active civic participation, and support students in reaching their fullest potential.

We also honor the parents and guardians for their support and encouragement of our students as lifelong learning is not restricted to just the classroom.

For more ideas on how you can honor those working at the school in which your child attends, please visit the National Education Association's article featuring American Education Week.

Have a great weekend.


Toni Presta


Student Progress Reports Online

Dear parents and guardians! Don't forget to check your student's current progress reports grades by logging into your ParentVUE account. If you need assistance with logging in, please email

Board Meeting COVID Protocols

Our new Board Meeting COVID Protocol will take effect at the regularly scheduled Board Meeting on Tuesday, November 16th. Board meetings are held at the District Office (699 Serramonte Boulevard, Daly City, Suite 223) and begin at 7:00 pm. Until further notice, all in-person attendees must show:

  • Proof of vaccination
  • Negative COVID-19 test result (taken within 72 hours)

Rapid testing will be available for those who do not provide the above mentioned documentation.

Meetings will continue to air live through our District's Youtube channel.

Please contact the District's Director of COVID Response, Michele Jones (, if you would like additional information regarding this protocol, or if you have questions.

Enrollment for the 2022-2023 School Year

Online enrollment for incoming 9th Graders will begin on November 15th.

  • JUHSD will send a “JUHSD ParentVue Notification” email to the email address on file at your student’s current school (please make sure your email address is up to date)
  • If you do not receive the “JUHSD ParentVue Notification” email or letter by December 1, 2021, please contact
  • Through the JUHSD ParentVUE account, parents will:

  1. verify and update student demographic information
  2. upload three (3) Proofs of Residency
  3. Choose and rank schools. Review JUHSD Enrollment Policy at

Please visit our District's Enrollment Page for more information.

Fun Fridays with ATP

During lunch on Friday afternoons, students from our District sites spend time sharing fun activities with our Adult Transition Program.

This past Friday, November 5th, students from Terra Nova High School hosted a dance party where a good time was had by all!

Adult School Program

From earning your GED, to enrolling in work training and technology classes, the Jefferson Union High School District Adult School Program is here to provide adults in our community professional life skills that can be applied to real-world settings. To see the full list of beneficial classes offered through our Adult School Program, please click here.

For additional information on the District's amazing Adult School Program, please contact Principal Mark Beshirs,

SamTrans Feedback

Do you rely on SamTrans for your public transportation needs? Do you have concerns about changing bus routes? For information on ways to join their virtual public meetings, and to give them your feedback, please click HERE and scroll down to the right side of this site.

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Alateen Program

Alateen is a free, teen-led support group for teens affected by someone's alcohol and/or drug use. It's confidential and facilitated by two group sponsors who are AMIAS (Al Anon Members In Alateen Service). For now, meetings are held through zoom on Mondays, 6:15-7:15 pm. For more information on this helpful program, please click on this electronic flyer.

Unpacking the College Application Process

Join Stanford's Center for Youth Mental Health and Wellbeing as they host a virtual workshop on November 16th, 6:00 pm. This presentation, including a youth-led Q and A, explores the importance of mental health during the college application process as first-general college-bound students. This presentation is open to all youth and community members.

For registration information, please click HERE.


Need help completing your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) or CADAA (California Dream Act Application? If so, click on the below link to receive more information on how you can connect with the Uaspire Help Center, 100% free and confidential.

Support Flyer (English)

Support Flyer (Spanish)

If you missed this past Tuesday's College Application and Financial Aid Information Night, you can view the slide deck and materials from the presentation by clicking here.