What great thing would you attempt if you knew you could not fail?
Our Mission Statement
Our District schools will provide a positive
environment which promotes better learning, a strong
self-esteem, develop capable and responsible students, and
nurture creative thinking. The chief purpose of this
school is to help students develop the necessary
intellectual skills to participate in a democratic
Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP)
The LCAP is a critical part of the new Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). Each
school district must engage parents, educators, employees and the
community to establish these plans. The plans will describe the school
district’s overall vision for students, annual goals and specific
actions the district will take to achieve the vision and goals. Read about important new ways for parents to engage in decision making.
The LCAP is available to view online or download in .pdf format.
Find out more about the Common Core State Standards
This three-minute video explains how the Common Core State Standards will help students achieve at high levels and help them learn what they need to know to get to graduation and beyond. Click here to view.
Download and Review the California Common Core State Standards:
California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress - CAASPPPiute Mountain School
along with thousands of schools across California, are participating in
a field test of a modern assessment system designed to help shape
teaching and learning in the classroom. Known as the California
Assessment of Student Performance and Progress – CAASPP – these
computer-based tests replace the STAR program. Read the Smarter Balance Parent Letter 03.19.2014
The Single Plan for Student Achievement - May 1, 2014
Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) is a plan of actions to
raise the academic performance of all students to the level of
performance goals established under the California Academic Performance
Index. Download in pdf format.
California State Standards
Read or download curriculum standards.
School Delay / Snow Policy:
In the event there is a snow delay or a 2 hour delay, the following will be the procedure
1. Bakersfield Broadcasting System (radio and television) will have the information for the district between 6:00 and 8:00 am.
A 2 hour delay may be changed to "School Closed" if conditions do not
improve. Keep the radio or television on for further updates. For this
reason, students may not be dropped off at the school until 10:00 am.
telephones are working, every effort will be made to have the Online
School System call you. Often the Online School System will encounter
"no answer", and answering machine, busy signal for extended periods,
phone numbers no longer working, no phone, or have requested the
district office not release your telephone number. Please be aware that
the phone number that the computer-generated Online School System
message uses will not look familiar. Whenever inclement weather
makes you doubt if school will be held, call your student's school, or
the district office and listen to the radio.
At times bad weather sets in rapidly and it will be necessary to send
students home early. Every effort will be made to provide bus
transportation. In the case that it isn't safe to transport by bus,
your student must be picked up. The district office and the Online
School System will be calling with that information. Practice with your
child what they are to do if the office cannot contact you, and let
your child's school know your procedure.
At times there will be school, but NO BUS service due to weather
conditions. This decision must be made 1 1/2 hours before school, and
conditions could change enough to allow school to be held, but too late
to make a bus run.
Even if your student walks to school, please keep in mind that the
teachers and staff members must be able to arrive safely to school. The
district has both the student's and the staff's safety to consider.
Reminder about Students with Fevers
want to insure all students are healthy at school. Please remember
that if your student is sent home with a fever or your student had a
fever, please do not send them back to school until "they no longer have
a fever or signs of a fever without the use of fever-reducing
medications (any medicine that contains ibuprofen or acetaminophen)".
They must be 24 hours "fever free". Also, if your student is out for
more than three days with an illness, please send in a doctor's note
explaining why student is not able to attend school. Please contact the
office any time your student is absent. If the District does not hear
from you, your child will be marked truant.
News & Events
Gerald Carroll - our newest Board Member. the students are calling him Mr. Gerry
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Volunteer Opportunities Available
Any question? Contact our PTC President @ 867-2301
The Caliente Union School District currently has certificated openings for the 2014 - 2015 school year.
Union School District, Piute Mountain School, 2014-2015 is accepting
application for an Instructional Aide position starting July 28, 2014. Find out more...For information on current job openings, please call the district office @ 661 867-2301.
Using the Employment Tab at left you may access a certificated
employment application or you may call the District office
at 661 867-2301 to request an application.
You may mail your resume' to
12400 Caliente Creek Road, Caliente, CA 93518
or fax to 661 867-6902.