Our annual College and Career Fair is just one week away! Join us NEXT SATURDAY, October 7, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Glendale High School.Meet with college, university and industry professionals from around the nation to learn about topics from financial aid, out-of-state options and various career pathways! Don’t miss out - register today!
GUSD uses a tool called ThoughtExchange to gather open-ended feedback from our students, families, employees, and community.
Join the latest Exchange to tell us how can we help parents in aiding their student's academic success, and what support is needed to further improve academic achievement.
This year, GUSD is hosting a series of Parent and Community Conversations followed by short ThoughtExchange surveys to share important information with our families and get your feedback on how we can continuously improve.
Review our latest presentation focused on academic achievement.
We know that many of our students, employees, and families are personally impacted by these traumatic events, and we are here to support you. In the coming weeks, GUSD is offering two webinars, led by mental health experts, focused on processing trauma:
Join us for our upcoming Family Curriculum Nights to hear more about what your child learns at school. Parents will have an opportunity to hear from GUSD curriculum experts in English language arts, mathematics, science, and history/social studies and look through the curriculum and materials for each subject. Presentations will be in the Glendale Performing Arts Center auditorium andcurriculumwill be on display in the auditorium lobby.
Each hour-long program will include the following presentations from Teaching and Learning content experts (10 minutes per topic):
English Language Arts
History/ Social Science
How parents can access their child’s curriculum using Clever
Our 2023-24 Student Board Member Vahag Matevosian, senior at Clark Magnet High School, was sworn in at Tuesday’s Board of Education meeting! Vahag will be an advocate for all GUSD students, representing student voice from the dais at ever meeting. Congratulations, Vahag! Click here to watch his full swearing-in.
Lena Kortoshian, Senior Director of Teaching and Learning and staff advisor to the Student Advisory Council, introduced the high school students who will serve on the Student Advisory Council during the 2023-24 school year!
Balboa Elementary teacher and GUSD Teacher of the Year Narine Yapundjian was recognized by the Los Angeles County Office of Education last week. Congratulations, Mrs. Yapundjian!
Join Glendale Unified ¡Adelante, Latinos! for this year's Hispanic Heritage Month Speaker Series! Events will be held via Zoom every week during Hispanic Heritage Month. This year's theme is
Latinos: Driving Prosperity, Power, and Progress in America.