Hello SMJUHSD Families and Students, The Aeries portal for parents, students, and staff has been experiencing an outage since this morning. These pages are currently offline for parents, students, and staff. We will update our school community once the Aeries portal is accessible again. [Monday, Oct 16 at 7:07 AM] Hello Families and Students,
The Aeries portal is back online.
We would like to invite you to follow our school district through our social media pages. It’s a wonderful way to share the day-to-day life of our district. We use several social media channels to share important information and highlight the many special moments happening within all our schools. Follow us on: - Facebook - @Santa Maria Joint Union High School District - Instagram - @santamariajointunionhsd - X (formally Twitter) - @SMJUHSD
“Apoyo para familias de inmigrantes y de refugiados”, Módulo 2: 20 de julio a las 7:00p.m. por Zoom. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86184682167 Explorar y conocer herramientas necesarias para apoyar las necesidades sociales y emocionales de los estudiantes y las familias. Consulte el folleto adjunto para obtener más información. Si tiene una pregunta, llame al 805-922-4573 ext. 1918.
SMJUHSD invites families to a series of “Eating with the Season” classes on July 18th at 6:00pm. Lincoln Center room 904 (829 S. Lincoln St.). Presented in Spanish. The classes are designed to teach families about healthy eating habits during all seasons. Snacks and refreshments will be provided! See flyer for additional information. If you have any questions, call 805-922-4573 ex.t 1918. Thank you!
Hello SMJUHSD Families, Prior to the beginning of each school year, parents and guardians are required to confirm the information we have on file. This process is called Data Confirmation. In families with multiple children, data confirmation must be completed for each child individually. In addition to the District forms required by law, each school may require site-specific forms and procedures. Data confirmation is required for all students before the start of school on August 10, 2023. Data confirmation is completed online. Please visit the Aeries Portal site and login with your email and password. Attached to this message are step by step instructions for how to complete the data confirmation. When you first log in to the Aeries parent portal, you will be prompted to complete the data confirmation for each student before you can view that student’s records. Click on the link to start the data confirmation. You will have an opportunity to complete the online data confirmation for each student, if you have multiple students already enrolled in the District . To view a different student, go to 'Change Student' in the upper-right of the Portal screen after logging in. Once you’ve completed the data confirmation, if you would like to make additional changes, go to the 'Student Info' tab and select 'Data Confirmation'. Visit your school’s website for additional, school-specific information. Questions on enrollment and data confirmation? Please contact your child’s school. Santa Maria High School – (805) 925-2567 Pioneer Valley High School – (805) 922-1305 Ernest Righetti High School – (805) 937-2051 Delta High School – (805) 937-6356
SMJUHSD invites families to Juneteenth “Discovering our Roots” Celebration on Saturday, June 17th from 11:00a.m.-5:00p.m., Old Town Lompoc (Between Cypress/Ocean Ave). Join us for community resources, live entertainment, music, dance, food and fun games. See attached flyer for more information. If you have any questions, please call 805-922-4573 ext.1918 Thank you!
Santa Maria Joint Union High School District Parents/Guardians, This Thursday, April 27, 2023, our Parent Advisory Committee will meet at 6:00 PM at the Santa Maria High School Cafeteria. A dinner and lite treat will be provided at 5:30 PM, and our meeting will begin at 6:00 PM. The schedule for the evening will begin with brief introductions. The focus of our meeting will be the District's Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) for the 2023-24 school year. Parents/Guardians and students are encouraged to attend to provide input to next year's plan. Learn about the LCAP process and provide input on how to implement resources to improve the needs of our students. We hope you'll join us this Thursday, April 27, 2023, at 6:00 PM at the Santa Maria High School Cafeteria. Thank you, Steve Molina Director, Student Services 805-878-8136
Santa Maria Joint Union High School District Parents/Guardians, This Thursday, March 23, 2023, our Parent Advisory Committee will meet at 6:00 PM at the Santa Maria High School Cafeteria. A lite treat will be provided at 6:00 PM, and our meeting will begin at 6:30 PM. The schedule for the evening will begin with brief introductions. The focus of our meeting will be on Smarter Balance Assessments for English and math (SBAC), the California Science Test (CST), and the English Language Proficiency Assessments for California (ELPAC). Also, the input collected from parents/guardians from last month’s meeting will be shared from the fall student climate survey and provided as an attachment. Come learn about the data and provide input on how to implement resources to improve the needs of our students. We hope to see you this Thursday, March 23, 2023, at 6:00 PM at the Santa Maria High School Cafeteria. Attached is a flyer for students interested in becoming Mixteco Medical interpreters. Thank you, Steve Molina Director, Student Services 805-878-8136
Dear Students, Families and Staff, All Santa Maria Joint Union High School District (SMJUHSD) schools and the district office will be open Tuesday, March 14. Please review the incoming weather information below. We will update you if anything changes. Thank you, Kenny Klein SMJUHSD Public Information Officer From Ready SBC: A FLOOD WATCH has been issued for Santa Barbara County effective 9 AM Tuesday, March 14 through 5 AM Wednesday, March 15. Avoid low-lying and flood-prone areas, areas with standing water, and areas near creeks or streams. If you are in one of these areas be prepared to go to higher ground. Visit www.weather.gov/lox for more information. Another rain system is expected to arrive in Santa Barbara County on Tuesday, March 14, 2023. Rainfall is predicted to start Tuesday morning and remain consistent through Wednesday morning. Current forecasts indicate this storm is likely to cause excessive runoff which may result in dangerous flooding of rivers, creeks, streams, and other low lying and flood prone areas. Residents should take steps to prepare ahead of the storm. https://www.countyofsb.org/576/Storm-Readiness If you are concerned that this storm may cause unsafe conditions to your home, leave the area before rain starts. Do not wait for an official evacuation notification to leave. If you feel unsafe during the rainfall, shelter in place in your home by gathering your family and pets in the inner most room of your house, preferably on the top floor if you live in a multi-story home. Do not attempt to drive at night or while it is raining, as roads may be damaged and your car may be swept away by moving water or debris. Public safety officials are keeping a close eye on the incoming storm. Officials will continue to work together to further assess if emergency protective actions are necessary, such as an evacuation warning, evacuation order, or shelter in place. Other Information Resources: Visit the following CalTrans website to check the status of highways: https://roads.dot.ca.gov/roadscell.php Visit the following County Public Works website to check the status of local roadways: https://www.countyofsb.org/2116/Road-Closures