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Healdsburg Unified School District

Parent Access

The Parent Portal is a web-based program which provides parents with information about their students through our secure server. Instructions for creating an account are attached (English, Spanish) .

In order to create an account you must obtain Information from your student's school.

Parent Technology Training

Monday Evenings, October 20 and 27 - HHS Library

This series of classes is for parents to learn how to sign on to Aeries to monitor their student's assignments, grades, and attendance. Parents who do not have an email address will learn how to create one. The sessions will be held in Spanish. The workshops are designed for parents of students 6-12, but all parents are welcome.

For more information please contact Maly Garcia at 431-3480 or mgarcia@Husd.com.

HOMECOMING PARADE 2014

Freshman Class

Freshman Class

Sophmore Class

Sophmore Class

Junior Class

Junior Class

Senior Class

Senior Class

Coming Events

Today: 10/24/14
7:30 PM HHS Homecoming Football Game

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Local Control and Accountability Plans have been approved!

The initial Healdsburg Unified School District and Healdsburg Charter School Local Control and Accountability Plans have been approved by the Board of Trustees. They are available for review on the 'About Us' page.

Visit HEF's Website

Click HERE to visit Healdsburg Education Foundation's website. Learn more about how we work to support, enhance and enrich the educational experience for all students.

Feeding an AVID Imagination

AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) is a program which supports students to prepare for college readiness and success. We have AVID classes beginning in seventh grade and running all the way through twelfth grade. Students in the program visit colleges, learn powerful study skills and get support to succeed in the highest level classes (Advanced Standing and Advanced Placement). They also complete service projects to ‘pay it forward’ …to give back to the community.

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