In accordance with the Imperial County Public Health Department, school offices are open to the public, with limited services and hours at the walk-up windows. Please limit your party to 2 people and all must wear a face covering.

Committed to Excellence!

The 2020-2021 School Year
2020 Open House (Back to School Night)

Our Back to School Night is being called and Open House and was Monday, September 28th.  Schools still have links availbile to recorded messages from each teacher.  Visit your school webpage for details.
If you need help with Gmail, your Student Portal, or any online tools, visit our Resources for Students and Families page.

When conditions improve and we are authorized by County Health Officalsin the "Red" phase, we will move to a blended model of Distance Learning and in-person learning in small groups to maintain physical distancing. 

If you need a Chromebook, please contact your school. This year, students must particpate in "Daily Live Interaction" and daily attendance will be taken and recorded.  The regular routine of school and learning is coming back this year.  

To stay current on all reopening plans, please click on the link that follows: COVID-19 Recovery Plan.



State Seal of Biliteracy 2020 Recipients

Many of our English Learners not only become proficient in English, but they also demonstrate mastery of their home language.  They are awarded a seal on their diploma and are recognized here in these videos:


Bullying/Sexual Harassment is not tolerated

If you feel you are being bullied, please contact your school administrator, counselor or a teacher.  Click here to find more resources.

Safety at our Schools

We consider student safety as our number one priority.  Parents, please check credible sources of information about your child's school.  Each school has a web page and the El Centro Police also has a web page.  These are your best sources of information.

Suicide Prevention

Depression and other mental health issues are real.  There is support for those that need help immediately and overtime.

National Suicide Hotline  1 (800) 273-8255

#SaySomething, From the Sandy Hook Foundation


We have just launched new Social Media pages.  Follow us!


What's New

CUHSD News, October 2, 2020

For previous news click here

Child Nutrition Services is available for both breakfast and lunch at schools and other locatons

Beginning September 2nd, meals are free for children 0-18 years old.

Virtual BOard meeting

Board Meeting October 13

Pursuant to Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-29-20, this Regular Meeting of the Central Union High School District School Board shall be held by teleconference.  Trustees of Board and the public shall participate in this meeting via teleconference.
Watch the Board Meeting on YouTube
  • Go to our YouTube Channel:  Click Here 
  • Wait for the stream to go live. Scheduled for 6 PM. Time may vary.
Register to make a Public Comment the Board Meeting Webinar
  • Go to our Zoom Webinar to register as a participant. Click Here
  • Check your email for a registration confirmation. This email will include a link to join the meeting the day of the event
  • Join the meeting at 6:00PM. You may be prompted to download Zoom
Download Zoom
  • Go to: https://zoom.us/download (If you are using a mobile device, you will be prompted to download Zoom App from App Store or  Google Play Store).
  • Download Zoom for Meetings.

El Centro Education Foundation Scholarhip Awards

See the attachment for all our ECEF Scholarship award winners for the class of 2020.
Read below to claim your award: 
In order to process your award, you must provide official verification or proof of enrollment from the college and/or university you will be attending, along with a copy of your identification in the form of your school ID or a Drivers’ License.  Please email your items of verification to  ctaylor@cuhsd.net so that the check can be processed. Include your current address.

COVID-19 Operations Written Report

The Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) process has changed due the impacts of COVID-19.  Below are the links to our LCAP report.


Class of 2020 Graduation

Schools will plan the class of 2020 Alumni and families to plan a tentative date for Fall Ceremonies.  These ceremonies will include students seated on the field or in the theater, crossing the stage, photos and names read aloud.  They may also include fireworks.
KYMA in Yuma is helping the Class of 2020.  Check out their web page
There is great interest in planning Class Reunion events next year.  Class of 2020 Alumni and their families can plan a Senior Picnic, Dance and more.  Your school will assist in the planing for those events.  Contact your class advisor if you would like to help.

State of our schools

State of our Schools 2020

The State or our Schools 2020 Address was January 15, 2020 in the newly renovated Southwest High School Library at 6:00 PM.  Students, Parents and the Public were invited to attend. The IV Press covered the event and ran an article on Jan 17th.  Click here to see the article.