The HBCSD Board Members passed a resolution to recognize Dyslexia Awareness Month in October. As many as 1 in 5 students may present with the characteristics of dyslexia. HBCSD is raising awareness through sharing information on the website, Constant Contact notifications at the school site, professional development for staff, and the West Orange County Consortium for Special Education Community Advisory Committee.
Please see the attached statement from HBCSD regarding the recent decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, including a list of websites that may be useful in learning more about the decision and ways to help connect families with available resources.
"UNDERSTANDING YOUR 2016-17 STUDENT SCORE REPORT is a five-minute video that is an excellent resource for parents and students to help them better understand the 2016–17 Student Score Report, which details the student’s standardized testing results.
The HBCSD Board of Trustees has approved the Local Control Accountability Plan for the 2017-18 school year.
Results of the Annual Survey are now available. Click on the Headline above to visit Panorama's website to view results.
We have so much to be proud of in HBCSD. Our collaborative efforts with our staff and community continue to make a positive impact for students and families.
Follow the link to find out how Measure Q will help maintain Huntington Beach City as a competitive School District that continues to prepare students to compete in a global economy.