WCUUSD exists to nurture and inspire in all students the passion, creativity and power to contribute to their local and global communities.
On August 31, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced an extension of the summer meals program, under which all US school children are eligible for free breakfast and lunch. The extension will run through December 31, 2020, or until the funds allocated to this program have been depleted.
This means that all families with children attending school in the Washington Central Unified Union School District, whether they are doing so in-person or remotely, are eligible for to receive breakfast and lunch for free.
While we encourage all families to take advantage of this free program to ensure your children are receiving healthy and nutritious meals, students who so desire may still bring their lunch from home. Students bringing their lunch from home will continue to be able to purchase milk. (Milk is included in the free lunch program).
We would also like to remind parents and caregivers to continue filling out and submitting the Free and Reduced Lunch Application to ensure that free or affordable meals are available throughout the 2020-21 school year.
Here is the recent school reopening update from Superintendent Bryan Olkowski. Included in the update is information reagarding where to find transportation information and a reminder to families to be mindful of travel plans.
Open Meeting Law temporary changes as of 3/30/20:
Boards are not required to designate a physical meeting location. Board members or staff are not required to be present at a designated meeting location.
The Central Office building will NOT be open for board meetings. All are welcome to attend virtually using the information indicated on the agendas.