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  • Higley, Williams Field to host College and Career Night

    Higley and Williams Field High School's Career Centers will host College and Career night, 6 to 8 p.m. Sept. 19, in the cafeteria at Higley High School, 4068 E. Pecos Road.

    All Gilbert and Queen Creek high school students are invited to attend. Colleges, military, and businesses will be in attendance.


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  • Higley earns financial reporting honor

    The Higley Unified School District was awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting recently by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA). The award was given for the district’s comprehensive annual (FY 17) financial report (CAFR). It is the highest form of recognition in the area of governmental accounting and financial reporting, and “its attainment represents a significant accomplishment by a government and its management,” the GFOA reports.

    Higley Unified School District has more than 12,000 students on 13 campuses in grades preschool through high school. Schools are located in Gilbert and Queen Creek, Ariz.


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  • Governing Board adopts FY19 Budget

    This is notification that the Higley Unified School District Governing Board adopted its Fiscal Year 2019 Expenditure Budget on June 27.

    The information above is posted on the ADE's Website pursuant to A.R.S. 15-905(C) and Laws 2017, Ch. 205, 33, and is not intended to satisfy Open meeting law requirements under A.R.S. 38-431.02 et seq.

    The adopted expenditure budget can be found online at the Arizona Department of Education.

    A copy of the FY 19 adopted budget presentation to the Governing Board can be found on the Finance Department website.


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  • E-mail communication

    Higley Unified School District launched an App this spring as a tool for communication with Higley families. The new system will allow schools to send e-mails, as well as push notifications for those who download the app. In order to receive e-mail communication, families must have a current, up-to-date e-mail address on file with their schools. Families that do not have an updated e-mail with the schools may not receive all the communication being sent.

    If you have changed your e-mail in the last few months, created a new e-mail or have not provided an e-mail to your school, please do so as quickly as possible. If your child is rolling up to a new school, your current information will transfer with your child.

    If you have not downloaded the App, we encourage you to do so. It can be found in your favorite App store.


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  • ParentVue Reminder

    All HUSD families should sign up for a ParentVue account. This allows parents to view student grades and absences, as well as see – when they are posted – class schedules and teacher information. The district also uses ParentVue during class selection times at the middle schools and high schools.

    Sign up requires an IN PERSON visit to the school office. If you already have a ParentVue account, and your child is moving from one HUSD school to another, no action is required. The updated information will appear when it is available.

    If you have questions, please contact your school's office.


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  • Follow us today on Social Media

    The District maintains three social media accounts to celebrate school, student and staff accomplishments, as well as update the community on events. We invite you to join us!

    Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/HigleyUnifiedSchoolDistrict

    Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/higley365

    and Tweet us at: http://www.twitter.com/higleydistrict

    Should an emergency situation arise that impacts the school day please visit the school's website where a parent notification will be displayed to provide you with the most up-to-date information.


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  • Governing board approves meal price increase to meet federal requirements

    The Higley Unified School District Governing Board approved a meal price increase in May to meet federal requirements. All paid lunch prices for the 2018-19 school year increased by 10 cents. Details below:

    Elementary school paid price: $2.75
    Middle school paid price: $3.15
    High school paid price: $3.30

    Breakfast costs will remain at $2 per student.


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  • Information from Food Services

    All families in the district are assigned a meal account upon enrolling. Families can put restrictions on the accounts by contacting the Food Services Department. Food.services@husd.org

    We encourage all families to apply for the Free and Reduced Meal Program. Free and Reduced Applications are now online. Families must submit an applications for the current school year to be eligible.

    Meal menus can be found online.

    For information, see our Food Services page.


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  • Kids Club

    Kids Club is excited to welcome all families to the 2018 - 2019 school year. We provide before and after school care programs and Kids Club Camps during school breaks to enhance the learning that takes place during the school day for students in preschool through sixth grade.

    Kids Club is available at our two Early Childhood Development Centers and at all our elementary schools from 6:00 a.m. until school begins and directly after school until 6:00 p.m.

    For more information on Kids Club rates and how to register/schedule please visit our Kids Club page

    If you have any questions, please contact Community Education office at 480.279.7055 or community.education@husd.org


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About HUSD

  • Higley Unified School District is a community of schools that share a common commitment to education and achievement for our youth and a sense of well-being for all. We focus on providing continuity from preschool to high school and offer a well-rounded education with academics, music, arts, languages, athletics, physical education, technology, and character education.
     
    Our performance meets and exceeds state standards in academics, and our students are champions both on and off the field. We are tenaciously focused on each student's learning, and we take the guesswork out of education with data-driven instruction and accountability.
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