Keeping Our Schools Safe!
Students Speaking Out provides students with a safe, informal, and anonymous system to give information about criminal activity, threats, or weapons, without fear of retaliation. If you have information about a crime committed at your school, or about threats of a crime or possible shooting...
Call the 24-Hour Students Speaking Out Hotline
at 209-521-4636 (INFO)
For more information: http://www.stancrimetips.org/campus/
Or find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/StudentsSpeakingOut
Educator Internship Program
Summer Internships Grades
Middle School - 12
In agriculture, business, government, energy conservation, non-profit
agencies, manufacturing, technology, and other areas of your interest.
Ceres Unified School District Board of Trustees
Welcomes New Certificated Employees
Thank You Cost Less Foods
For supporting Ceres schools,
students, and families!
35 Teachers Awarded Teacher Mini-Grants!
Quick References and Resources
Professional Development Opportunities for Teachers
District-wide staff development is provided through specific staff development workshops and training scheduled annually, the Ceres Summer Institute, site-level/grade level meetings, and through assistance and training provided by the District Curriculum Coaches.
Upcoming Training and Workshop Opportunities
BTSA Grade-Alike Meeting Information
(Now available to non-BTSA participants!)
Congratulations to CUSD Teachers who have earned certification in Direct Instruction!
Click here to view the list of teachers
CUSD Instructional Norms
This new web resource is specifically designed for Ceres teachers, to support you in your continued professional growth and implementation of the instructional norms. The website will provide you with the “why?”, ideas for implementation, procedures, printable resources, and even video clips of the strategies in action (thank you to our own CUSD teachers)!! You can access this website by visiting the Staff page and then clicking the CUSD Instructional Norms link in the left hand column under Teacher Resources.
Grants for Teachers
If you are interested in applying for a grant or have identified a need at your school site that requires grant funding, follow the Grant Request Procedure. If you are seeking a $500 grant to supplement your classroom instruction visit the CUSD Foundation for more information. Current award recipients are now posted. Visit the CUSD Foundation website for a complete list.
After School Program Information
A wide variety of resources specifically designed for AIP Teachers and instructions for regular school day teachers to enroll students in AIP is provided in the Educational Options/AIP-Elem section of this website.
Materials and Supplies Resources
http://www.raft.net/) RAFT is a non-profit organization that believes hands-on teaching is the best way for teachers to teach and students to learn. They provide creative hands-on activities, educational resources, workshops and instructional materials at a low-cost to tecahers.
The National Teacher Registry is a free service for schools and teachers that enables them to create a list of the items they need for their classrooms. Conceptually it is similar to a wedding or baby shower registry. With the National Teacher Registry, parents and others can find a teacher's registry, purchase items from the list, and have the items delivered to the classroom. If you are a teacher, go to NationalTeacherRegistry.com today and create your Wish List.