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Parenting Advanced Learners

The Child Parent Institute (CPI) is offering a series of six discussion-based classes on Tuesday evenings beginning January 20. If interested see the attached flyer.

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.

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Congressman Huffman Visits HUSD

Congressman Huffman Visits HUSD

Contact: Dr. Jeff Harding, HUSD Supt., 707-431-3488, jharding@husd.com

For Immediate Release


HUSD bond refinance saves over $1.55 million in local property taxes.

December 4, 2014 — Healdsburg Unified School District refinanced outstanding general obligation bonds that will save local property owners $1.55 million in property taxes. The HUSD School Board authorized the refinance to take advantage of current low interest rates at their September 17, 2014 meeting. The original bonds, totaling $25,545,000, were authorized by more than 55% of voters during the November 2002 election. These funds allowed for the renovation, construction, and modernization of classrooms and facilities at all Healdsburg public schools.


“We were able to leverage HUSD's favorable credit rating, sound fiscal practices, and the low interest rate marketplace to reduce property taxes for Healdsburg residents," said Jeff Harding, HUSD Superintendent. "This refinance reduces the District's debt obligations and generates savings for our community."


“We know that our community supports our schools,” said Judy Velasquez, Board of Trustees President. “As stewards of Healdsburg taxpayer dollars, we felt this bond refinance maintains our commitment to wise financial management.”


The interest rates for the new bonds, issued in October 2014, will be between 2.79% and 3.71%, a significant decrease from the previous rate of 3.10% to 5.10%. The rate reduction translates to a savings of $1,556,612 for Healdsburg property owners. 

About Healdsburg Unified School District
Healdsburg Unified School District (HUSD) provides an academically-rigorous education to 1700 students from preschool to 12th grade. HUSD includes a preschool, two elementary schools, a charter elementary school, a middle school, a high school, and an alternative education high school in the town of Healdsburg. Our teachers offer innovative, award-winning programs that inspire and engage all students on their path to college and career.



HHS Awarded Golden Bell

Golden Bell Award

Healdsburg High School’s Junior Internship Program has received a prestigious Golden Bell Award, by the California School Boards Association (CSBA). See Press Release here.

Coming Events

Today: 1/26/15


HHS Library Open Thursday Evenings

The Healdsburg High School Library is now open one evening a week (Thursdays from 5:30 to 7:30). Students, parents and even siblings are invited to come in to study, collaborate on projects and use computers. Staff will be on hand to help out. This valuable program is sponsored by the Healdsburg Education Foundation.

Parent Institute for Quality Education (PIQE)

PIQE (Parent Institute for Quality Education) has started this year’s training for parents and guardians of students in Grades K-5. Classes are meeting weekly for parents who are new to PIQE and for graduates (parents who completed training last year). This workshop, sponsored by the Healdsburg Education Foundation, provides parents with the tools to navigate the US school system such as interpreting test results and becoming familiar with graduation and college requirements.

PIQE for parents and guardians of students in Grades 6-12 will begin in March.

Classes are held in Spanish and childcare is available. The class meets on Tuesday evenings from 6:30-8:00 at Fitch Mountain Campus. For more information, please contact Maly Garcia at 431-3480.

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