Welcome back from Fall Break!
We hope that you had a relaxing Fall Break. We are looking forward to having students back in the classroom this Monday!
We would also like to remind everyone of the importance of staying home when you are not feeling well. As we prepare to finish this semester strong, we need your help with staying home if you:
Additionally, we’d like to remind our community of HUSD’s upcoming bond roadshow on October 12th at 5pm in the District Board Room. Please visit our HUSD bond website for more information about the proposed 2021 bond.
HUSD Announcement: Viral Social Media Trend
Dear HUSD community,
We would like to make parents and guardians aware of a TikTok Challenge gaining attention and increased participation among students nationwide. This challenge is being circulated on social media, encouraging the vandalism and theft of school property, mainly focusing on school restrooms.
Through this challenge, theft and vandalism is being glamorized as individuals film and post these acts on social media. Our district leadership would like to inform students and families that the Higley Unified School District student code of conduct has zero tolerance for this type of behavior. Students who engage in this behavior will be disciplined, which can include expulsion and the involvement of law enforcement.
We ask that you please speak with your students at home regarding these actions. Additionally, if you hear or see anything concerning, please notify your school immediately. You can also report this through the HUSD Safe Hotline by emailing email@example.com or by calling 480.279.7233.
Thank you for your continued support.
Enroll Now for the 2021-2022 School Year!
Higley Unified School District is now accepting enrollment applications for the 2021-2022 school year through the Online Enrollment system.
Online Enrollment allows families to complete all registration and/or open enrollment forms and add photographed or scanned documentation (including proof of residency and birth certificates). Users can save the document in process, step away, and return when they have gathered everything that is needed.
Families will be prompted to use a ParentVUE login or create a new ParentVUE account.
Families will be contacted on a business day within 48 hours. If you have further questions, please contact your school.
Dear HUSD Community,
We would like to remind our community of the importance of staying home when you are not feeling well. This will help keep our schools healthy. Please keep your student home if they:
Thank you for your support.
Twenty years ago, on September 11th, Jennifer Oberstein had just exited the subway in Battery Park when the first plane hit the World Trade Center.
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8:00 AM Governing Board Retreat
11:40 AM Early Release: High School
1:35 PM - 11:00 PM Early Release: Middle School Professional Development