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ESUHSD Reopening Plan for Fall 2021
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We are excited to announce that all District schools and programs will be open for full in-person instruction beginning on the first day of school, August 10, 2021.  Click on the link below for information regarding the new school year.  
Superintendent's Message to Community
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Assembly Bill 104
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Under California Assembly Bill 104, a parent, guardian (or Educational Rights Holder), or student (if 18 years old) may request the school district to change a letter grade to Pass (P)/No Pass (NP) on the transcript for grades received during the 2020-21 school year. There is no limit to the number or type of courses eligible for the grade change and the grade change shall not negatively impact the student’s grade point average (GPA). AB 104 also provides a parent, guardian (or Educational Rights Holder) the right to request a meeting with school personnel to discuss retention if the student received deficient grades for at least half of their coursework.
Please use the link below to access the Grade Change Request Form or use the enclosed grade change request form to indicate the courses for which you are requesting the grade changes. Fill in all fields, sign the form, and submit via email at You can also hand-deliver it to your student’s school of enrollment or the district office. You can find your student’s 2020-21 grades in the mailer that has been sent out or by contacting your school site.
Electronic Access of Grade Change Request:
Please refer to the table below for grade change options:
If the letter grade earned during the 2020-21 school year is…
You can request to change it to…
A, B, C, D
Pass (P)
No Pass (NP)
As per AB 104, the change cannot negatively impact a student's GPA. When an “F” is converted to a “No Pass,” the zero points are no longer factored into the GPA. Changing a “D” or even a “C” letter grade to a “Pass” may increase a student’s GPA, depending on the GPA the student had prior to the grade change. No grade changes will be made that lower a student’s GPA. 
As per AB 104, enclosed you will find the list of colleges and universities who will accept, for the 2020–21 through 2023–24 school year, for admission purposes, a transcript with a Pass or No Pass grade instead of a letter grade for an applicant pursuant to Education Code Section 49066.5(b).
The grade changes will be made in the student’s transcript and you will receive notification of the grade change within 15 days of the request.
Deadline to submit the Grade Change Request Form is August 15, 2021. We are unable to accept any requests after this date as per AB 104.
If you have questions and/or need assistance with the grade change request form or wish to request a retention consultation, please reach out to your student’s Associate Principal (APED) at their school of enrollment.
AB 104 Letter to ESUHSD Community
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ESUHSD Grade Change Request 2020-21
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List of Colleges
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AB 104 FAQs:  English     |     Spanish     |     Vietnamese

Addressing Anti-Asian Violence
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As a district, we are committed to equity, inclusion, and diversity. We foster equitable communities where ALL are welcomed as they are. The violence that our Asian community has endured is tragic and we stand against any violence, hate, and racism. In an effort to create a space for students, parents, and staff to process the anti-Asian violence that is sadly and tragically happening across our nation, we offer you the resources listed below:
The violence that our Asian community has endured brings forth a multitude of emotions, thoughts, and reactions that need to be processed through a personal lens and from a broader lens of being a community member. Give yourself space and time to process, reflect, and heal.

COVID-19 Vaccination Information
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All Individuals Age 12 and Older are Eligible to be Vaccinated
Click on the link below to view drop-in/no appointment required vaccination clinic locations, dates, and times available or to schedule an appointment.
You can also text your zip code to 438829 or call 1-800-232-0233 to find a clinic near you.
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Información sobre la Vacuna contra COVID-19
Todas las personas mayores de 12 años son elegibles para ser vacunadas. 
Formas de encontrar una vacuna contra el COVID-19 cerca de usted:
Envíe un mensaje de texto con su código postal al 438829
Llame al 1-800-232-0233
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Thông tin về thuốc chủng ngừa COVID-19

Mọi người từ 12 tuổi trở lên đã hội đủ điều kiện để được tiêm ngừa.
Bất kỳ ai từ 12 tuổi trở lên đều có thể chích ngừa. Không cần phải làm hẹn!
Các cách tìm vắc xin COVID-19 gần nhà quý vị:
Tin nhắn mã số vùng của quý vị đến số 438829
Gọi vào số 1-800-232-0233

Our Vision
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Each student graduates prepared for college and career empowered to transform their lives and thrive in a global society.

Our Mission
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We align decisions to create safe, dynamic and relevant learning environments that inspire critical thinking, problem solving and innovation.

Core Values
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Commitment to Excellence:

We believe in continuous improvement through a culture of openness, inquiry and collaboration.  We honor those who take responsibility, demonstrate creativity and take initiative.



We see diversity as a valuable asset that enriches our world-view and strengthens our community.



We allocate resources, develop practices and cultivate mindsets to ensure that each student meets or exceeds standards.



We model personal and professional integrity through processes that are respectful, transparent and proactively engage parents, students, staff and community.


Professional Capacity:

We believe in and invest in the development of each employee and volunteer in our system.

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