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The Wiseburn Unified School District empowers students with the skills necessary to become capable lifelong learners and productive citizens in the technological and complex world of the 21st century. Through our five schools and childcare programs, the district provides a safe, orderly, and engaging environment focused on the academic, social, and physical needs of the whole child while emphasizing community participation.

District News

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WUSD TK Program Opens to 4-Year-Old Students

California Assembly Bill 130 has made it possible for all four-year-olds in California to enroll in Transitional Kindergarten (TK). Starting in 2022-2023 AB 130 extends the birthday window by two months each year so that every child who turns four by September 1st can attend a public school TK program (by 2025-2026).

Attend the August WUSD Board Meeting

Wednesday, August 17 at 6 p.m.
Via Zoom: http://bit.ly/wusd-boardmtg


Learn more about how to make a public comment and view agendas up to 72 hours in advance via BoardDocs.

CAASPP and CAST Student Score Reports


At the end of the school year, students in grades three through eight and high school participated in the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP), the California Science Test (CAST), and/or the California Alternate Assessment (CAA). English learners in grades TK - 12 also took the the English Language Proficiency for California (ELPAC).  These year-end tests are part of the California assessment system and it is aligned with California's academic standards. These standards represent the things that we want students to know and be able to do. They are intended to ensure that all students graduate ready for college and a career.

The California Department of Education transitioned to paperless delivery of CAASPP individual student score reports in 2019, therefore, the Wiseburn Unified School District has created a parent portal accessible in PowerSchool. The PowerSchool parent portal will allow you access to view all of your child’s CAASPP, CAST, ELPAC, and CAA student score reports.

Student Score Reports can be accessed electronically through the parent portal on our student information system, PowerSchool.  A letter with your username and password was included in the report card envelope for all 3rd - 8th graders.

How to Access the Parent Portal in PowerSchool
Parent Information about CAASPP (English y Español)
Parent Information about CAST (Science) for grades 5 and 8 (English y Español)


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Masks strongly recommended, but not required, indoors and outdoors on our school sites.

Find more information on our Health and Safety protocols page.

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    Home to Juan de Anza Elementary, 138th Street, Juan Cabrillo Elementary, Richard Henry Dana Middle, Da Vinci Connect, Da Vinci Communications, Design, and Science High Schools.

    24:1 Student to Teacher Ratio


    #2 of 80

    Most Diverse School District in Los Angeles


    Award Winning National Forum School to Watch


    Wiseburn established in 1896


    Niche Best Schools 2022
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    ERP Honor Roll District 2020