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What's Happening
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Indian Education Council Meeting
Posted on 10/07/2019
The Central Union School District makes available various opportunities for parents to provide their views on the educational programs and activities, including recommendations on the needs of their children and on how the District may help those children realize the benefits of the educational programs and activities. Click here for more information.  READ MORE... about Indian Education Council Meeting
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Drinking Water Important Information
Posted on 09/26/2019
Our water system violates the arsenic drinking water standard or maximum contaminant level (MCL), of 0.010 milligrams per liter. Although this is not an emergency, as our customers, you have a right to know what you should do, what happened, and what we are doing to correct this situation. We routinely monitor for the presence of drinking water contaminants and below are the results for the last quarter in 2018 and the first three quarters of 2019.  READ MORE... about Drinking Water Important Information
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Indian Education Policies and Procedures Input
Posted on 09/13/2019
The IPP plays an important role. The policy ensures there is communication and input regarding the education of our Native American students between the families and the Central Union School District.   READ MORE... about Indian Education Policies and Procedures Input
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New Student Enrollment Procedures
Posted on 03/01/2019
Online Registration is available for the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 School Year. Listed below is information on how to enroll. Any questions/concerns please contact the school office or 559-925-2619.  READ MORE... about New Student Enrollment Procedures
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Substitutes Needed
Posted on 02/05/2018
Are you interested in being a substitute at Akers, Central, Neutra and/or Stratford Schools? Substitute teachers are needed on a daily basis. Substitute instructional aides, cafeteria and custodial personnel are also needed.   READ MORE... about Substitutes Needed
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New Food Guidelines for Birthday & Classroom Parties
Posted on 03/02/2017
Starting the 2017-18 School Year, new food guidelines for birthday and classroom parties.  READ MORE... about New Food Guidelines for Birthday & Classroom Parties
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PowerSchool App
Posted on 09/23/2015
PowerSchool Parents and Students have access to real-time information on grades, attendance, comments, assignments and scores directly from the teacher's gradebook via the PowerSchool web portal and free app.  READ MORE... about PowerSchool App
Welcome to Central Union Elementary School
Welcome to the Central Union School District. Central Union Elementary is a rural school with over 70 years of serving our local families. There is much tradition, school culture, and community pride on the campus. We are a K-8th grade school with a student population of 385 students.  Central School also serves 24 preschool students through a state preschool program. Student diversity is a strength on the Central campus. 

Educating all students at Central School to their highest potential and instilling a commitment to further education remains the mission of our staff. Supporting our mission and motto, “Together We Achieve,” Central School in partnership with parents and community members will continue to give our children a school that is safe, secure, and where maximum potential and success are promoted.  Our partnership is committed to the full development of our children as lifelong learners and future leaders. 

Our common school-wide goals include:

  • closing the achievement gap for those students who are in our focus groups
  • continuing to promote our character program and curriculum
  • providing school environment where all students are safe and secure
  • continue to teach the California State Learning Standards at all grade levels