Important Notice to Parents
The Parent Portal , a web-based program which provides parents with information about their students through our secure server, is available to parents of students in Grades 6-12. Information on how to log-on will be available at all of our schools' registration events and at our school offices.
Para información en español:
Para ver el sitio en español o en un otro idioma, haga el favor de ‘click’ en el botón Translation al final de la página.
To view the site in Spanish or another language, click on Translation at the bottom of the page.
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Visit HEF's Website
Click HERE to visit Healdsburg Education Foundation's website. Learn more about how we work to support, enhance and enrich the educational experience for all students.
HUSD Students Explore ‘Outer Voices’
A group of HHS students serves as the ‘Student Editorial Board’ for Outer Voices. These students have a commitment to raise awareness about global issues. They meet weekly with advisor Stephanie Guyer-Stevens to curate blogs and podcasts, to design ways to share their work with HHS teachers and students, and to network with journalists around the world. A recent highlight was their trip to Boston to attend a conference bringing educators and technology developers together. It was an opportunity to ‘get the word out’ about Outer Voices and to share the benefits of student engagement with a worldwide audience.
Students From China Come to Healdsburg High School
Beyond International foreign exchange program and Healdsburg High School are working together to bring a unique cultural experience to high school students. The addition of international students will add diversity to our student body and enrich the Healdsburg community.
Students from China will begin attending Healdsburg High School in the summer of 2014. The students will be fluent in English and will live with families in Healdsburg during their year at Healdsburg High School. Healdsburg Unified School District and the community of Healdsburg welcome you!
For admission to the Beyond International program at Healdsburg High School, or if you're interested in hosting a student from China, please visit the Beyond International website at www.beyondintl.org
A New Paradigm: Common Core State Standards
California has joined a national movement to adopt common standards and assessment for English Language Arts and Math. Currently, standards for what students should know and be able to do have varied ...more
Standardized Testing in 2014
Students in Grades 3-8 will take the Smarter Balanced Test (known as the SBAC) between April 7 and May 18. Information on the test has been sent home to families. Learn more about the test, include ...more
Residency Verification Fast Pass
In an effort to lessen wait time at registration the District Office will be open beginning July 14, 2014 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. for residency verification. Bring the necessary documents for proof of residency and you will receive a Residency Fast Pass. This will allow you to skip the residency verification process at registration.
Click here for acceptable documents
Healdsburg Night with the San Francisco Giants!
Healdsburg Night At The Giants will happen on Tuesday night, April 29! This is a great deal of fun with the Healdsburg fans in the stands and the bands down on the field playing the National Anthem. It is also a terrific way to raise funds for our band program. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased from Randy Masselink or from any HHS or HJHS band student. There will also be a school bus going down for $10 per seat. You can contact Randy directly with questions or ticket orders by calling 473 4431. We hope you can join us......
HHS Library Open Monday Evenings
The HHS Library is open on Monday evenings for students, parents and siblings to work on homework, access technology and get help. Drop in between 6:00-8:00 on Monday nights. Sponsored by the Healdsburg Education Foundation, we’re committed to supporting our students and families learning together!
Parent Institute for Quality Education (PIQE)
PIQE (Parent Institute for Quality Education) is beginning a series of classes for parents and guardians of students in Grades 6-12 on March 25.
This workshop, sponsored by the Healdsburg Education Foundation, provides parents with the tools to navigate the US school system such as interpreting test results and becoming familiar with graduation and college requirements.
Two levels of PIQE classes will be held: one for those new to PIQE and one for graduates who completed Level I last year.
Classes will be held at Healdsburg Junior High School from 6:30 -8:00. For more information, please contact Maly Garcia at 431-3480.
The Pasitos program is up and running! This valuable program, aimed at parents with children 3-5 years of age, is designed to encourage games and activities in support of language development. Parents read together with their children, do arts and crafts activities and pick up new strategies to use at home to develop vocabulary, start conversations and other key components of early literacy. The program, developed by Community Action Partnership of Sonoma County and conducted primarily in Spanish, is sponsored by the Healdsburg Education Foundation. Classes are held weekly on the Fitch Mountain Campus from 11:00-12:30. For more information, please contact Maly Garcia at 431-3480.