The COVID-19 Safety Plan (CSP) is required for schools that offer In-Person Instruction or Support. Click the link to access the plan and more information about COVID-19.
There will be a Public Hearing to allow public input on the SELPA’s Local Plan – Section B, Governance. The Public Hearing will take place at 8:30 AM on Monday, February 22nd just prior to the SELPA’s Superintendents’ Executive Council meeting. Click on the Link below for more information.
Please see the correspondence that was filed with the Kern County Public Health regarding continued phase reopening.
Title IX applies to harassment by students, harassment by administrators/teachers/staff, and harassment by volunteers or school visitors. For information related to the definition of sexual harassment, how to file a complaint of sexual harassment (Title IX), related statutes of limitations, and the investigation process and procedures please review the Wasco Union High School's board policy and administrative regulations on the Title IX page of the district website.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a 2020-2021 LCAP will not be developed. In it's place, districts published an LCAP Operations Report in Spring 2020 describing how students were served during the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. As the COVID-19 pandemic did not resolve during the summer, districts were required to publish a 2020-2021 Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan to communicate how students will be served during both Distance Learning and In-Person Instruction along with the 2020-2021 LCFF Budget Overview for Parents.
The WUHSD Board of Trustees meets the second Thursday of every month. At this time the meetings are being held virtually. They are usually held in the Wasco High School Library (Room 1101), just north of the Auditorium (1900 Seventh Street) at 6:00 pm. It is most convenient to park in the Cafeteria parking lot and enter Wasco High through the gates between the Main Office and the Auditorium.
Bakersfield College is expanding access to college courses in Wasco for both high school students and adults. The Early College program at Wasco High allows high school students to begin taking college courses for free while in high school. Many of the college course offerings lead to a Certificate or Degree and many are transferable to the CSU and UC system. High School students can access college courses during the school day, after school, and/or over the summer as part of their Early College program and adults can take classes in the evening on the Independence High School campus. Contact the Wasco High School District Office at 758-8447 for more information.
Do you need to submit a formal complaint? The district has established procedure to address allegations of unlawful discrimination and complaints alleging violation of state or federal laws governing educational programs. Click the link above to navigate to the district's Uniform Complaint Procedure (UCP) for more information.