Starting February 14, 2017, Huntington Beach City School District will provide an Extended-Kindergarten Program. The curriculum and related learning activities are designed for children who were too young to attend the start of the regular kindergarten program last September but who will be five years old by February 14, 2017. Hands-on, learning-by-doing activities are provided in a rich, stimulating learning environment.
The program will be held Perry School located at 19231 Harding Lane, Huntington Beach, CA. The length of the school day at Perry School is 8:05 – 1:25 (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday) and 8:05 – 11:50 (Thursday). Parents must provide transportation.
Please click on the link to view the registration information.
Congratulations to Michelle Brady, Seacliff 5th grade teacher & HBCSD Technology Facilitator, for recognition by Orange County Department of Education as our Teacher of the Year!
BCA Architects will be present at our school sites at the below dates/times to present the facility improvement possibilities that Measure Q would bring. This is an open meeting to any and all staff, students, parents and community members interested to learn more about the plan.
*Please click on the attached PDF/Photo to see what Measure Q will do for our schools.
Seacliff (10/10/16; 3:00 p.m.)
Perry (10/11/16; 3:00 p.m.)
Dwyer (10/11/16; 6:00 p.m.)
Moffett (10/12/16; 3:00 p.m.)
Smith (10/12/16; 4:30 p.m.)
Peterson (10/12/16 6:00 p.m.)
Hawes (10/13/16 4:30 p.m.)
Sowers (10/13/16 6:00 p.m.)
Looking for an opportunity to receive academic support on Saturdays? HBCSD Saturday Academy is available to students by invitation only at the Dwyer Library on 10/29, 11/19, and 12/10. Students can work with an HBCSD teacher on their homework, preparation for tests, JiJi, or learn through an online learning portal to develop their academic skills in language arts and math! For students who have an absence on their record this year, Saturday Academy can provide an attendance credit as well. To receive an invitation or more information, e-mail SaturdayAcademy@hbcsd.us or speak to your Principal!
The Huntington Beach City School District is committed to making policy and financial decisions that enable the district to provide quality educational programs and services to its community; and during the recent recession, the Huntington Beach City School District was forced to reduce its budget, eliminate positions, and trim vital student services.
Passage of Proposition 30 in 2012 helped increase state revenues, provided a significant boost to the Huntington Beach City School District, and allowed for the restoration of classes and services. The revenues from Proposition 30 will decline after 2016 and will disappear completely after 2018. Proposition 55 would extend Proposition 30’s temporary income tax rates for an additional 12 years and allow the district to continue offering its current programs and services.