District News

On this page, we’ll keep you informed about everything going on within our district. Whether it be important events or awards and kudos, visit this page often so you are always well-informed.

Upland USD 2018 LCAP

We invite you to share your thoughts about Upland Unified School District’s local control and accountability plan (LCAP).

The LCAP is a three-year plan that describes the goals, actions, services, and expenditures designed to support positive student outcomes that address state and local priorities. Please check out our 2017/18 LCAP community guide or our complete LCAP plan.

Each year, there is an opportunity for everyone with a stake in the success of our schools, such as parents, students, teachers, staff, partners, and neighbors, to provide feedback about how we can best meet our goals. You can provide feedback that will inform the development of the 2018/19 LCAP via our annual survey. 

You will provide feedback separately for each of our four goals. You may also provide feedback about how we use federal funding to improve student outcomes. Please take a moment to take our survey. Thank you!

Upland High School Dominates Competition

Upland High School once again dominated the San Bernardino County History Day competition, winning 19 of 23 group or individual championships in the senior division. Nearly 200 students participated in this year’s event, which took place on March 10 at Summit High School in Fontana. The theme of the competition was “Compromise and Conflict in History.” The individuals and group champions advance to the California History Day competition in May in Rocklin.

We are so proud of our students who participated in this competition. For all of the details from the day, you can view our full news release.

California Disclosure of Legal Records

As many of our county schools and districts have learned, U.S. District Court Judge Kimberly Mueller ordered additional safeguards be placed for the release of student data and stated that copies of the CalPADS database will not be produced for plaintiffs in the Morgan Hill Case.

County Schools has provided an update on the court ruling of Feb. 29 by Judge Mueller, as well as links to the California Department of Education’s webpage that provides additional information.

For more information on the Morgan Hill case, please visit the County Schools’ webpage.

As more information becomes available, County Schools will continue to provide updates.