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Valley Center - Pauma Unified School District

Valley Center - Pauma Unified School District

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    Assurance of Nondiscrimination

    Students at VCPUSD are not discriminated against because of race, color, or national origin (Title VI of Civil Rights Act of 1964), or discriminated against by sex, sexual orientation, marital status, or parental status (Title XI of the Education Amendments of 1976), or discriminated against because of a handicapping condition (Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act 1973).

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    Join VCPUSD this academic year as a volunteer in our Reading Program. We focus on helping our students become strong, lifelong readers. Just one hour per week is all we ask.

    If you’d like to learn more about our program, please contact Mike Adams @ 760.751.5801.


    AP Exams:
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    Valley Center-Pauma Unified School Board took action requiring our schools to return to distance learning beginning November 30, 2020​​​​​​. The PDF file below explains the learning schedules:
    Distance Learning Schedules [PDF]


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    Click below to view an online hub of resources to answer the most common questions about the Coronavirus and how you can stay safe.  Haga clic abajo para ver recursos en línea para responder a las preguntas más comunes sobre el Coronavirus y cómo puede mantenerse seguro.
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    Federal Impact Aid Survey forms are available online October 07 - November 20.  Please make every effort to fill out and return these forms as soon as possible.  Federal law requires that we have a form for each student enrolled in school.  The information requested on this form helps to determine the amount of federal dollars we, as a school system, receive for each child.  This is very important.  All forms are due no later than November 20. Thank you for helping us reach 100%!​

    English Survey / Enquesta en Español

    [PDF] Letter from the VCPUSD Superintendent 


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    [Children Living on Tribal Lands Public Hearing 11.12]
    [Children Living on Tribal Lands Public Hearing 12.14]
    [Indian Policies & Procedures for Children Living on Native Lands]
    [Title VI Application]

    [Public Hearing Energy Service Agreement 12.14] posted 11.17.2020
    [Public Hearing Anual and Five-Year Report 12.14] posted 11.17.2020
    [Granting of Easement SDG&E Meeting 11.12] posted 10.27.2020
    [SDGE Public Hearing Resolution Notice 11.12] posted 10.30.2020

    Click the picture above to find complete downloadable notifications from the Valley Center-Pauma Unified School District.

    Curriculum Report Lilac School History


    During the current school district closure, school/developer fees will be collected and corresponding SD County Required Agency Clearances form signed by appointment only. Please email VCPUSD Business Services to schedule an appointment:

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    For student device support, tech questions, or to report inappropriate content please contact us at or
    (760) 749-8341 

    Phone is staffed Mon-Fri 8AM to 3PM

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    Learning Continuity
    and Attendance Plan

    English PDF / Español [PDF]

    2019-2020 Operations Written Report
    English [PDF] / Español [PDF]

    2019-20 Board Approved LCAP & Budget Overview
    English​ [PDF] / Español [PDF]​​​​​​



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    About Us

    VCPUSD has a history of excellence, serving 4,000 students in grades PK – 12 in the beautiful rural communities of Valley Center and Pauma.  The school district covers approximately 300 square miles in northern San Diego County.  Our district is known as a leader with educational technology, award winning Dual Immersion (English-Spanish) program, outstanding music programs, competitive athletic programs, high graduation rate and Partnership for Success program with CSUSM.

    Our community supports and appreciates the educational program which includes academic and vocational programs, including an outstanding agriculture program, award winning Health Careers Pathway, and Media Technology Pathway. 

    We use technology as a resource and learning tool to ensure students are 21st Century Learners.  All schools are transitioning to the Common Core State Standards and Smarter Balance Assessments as teachers and administrators work together to provide quality instructional strategies for all students.

    VCPUSD is a great place to live and learn.  Welcome to our community.