- Educational Programs
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- Registrations ~ Including Preschool, Transitional Kindergarten & Kindergarten
- Food & Nutrition Services
- Student Support, After-School, & Pre-School Programs
- Parent Rights & Forms
- Parents of ELL Students/Padres de Estudiantes de Ingles
- Title I/EIA Parent Information
- Health Services
- Mental Health Resources
- Business Services
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- Staff Room
Welcome to Western Placer USD!
Please explore our district through our website. Important information includes board member contacts, educational service links, business information, academic scores, school websites and district programs. We pride ourselves on serving our students with quality educational programs. The website contains many contact opportunities to help you gain information and stay in touch with us. Feel free to email me at email@example.com. Thank you for visiting!
Scott Leaman, Superintendent
Western Placer Unified School District (WPUSD) serves over 6,700 students. Today Western Placer’s main high school - Lincoln High - although well maintained, has grown crowded and needs updating. The aging facility needs repairs, renovation, technology and safety upgrades to adequately house and educate their current student enrollments. WPUSD is focused on providing a top-quality education to prepare students for college and 21st-century careers. A strong curriculum, safe and up-to-date classrooms and the support of our local community are key to maintaining our high school students’ success. In addition to updating and expanding Lincoln High School, the time has come to begin planning for our second high school that will be located within the Twelve Bridges development area. On July 1, 2014, the Western Placer Unified School District Board of Trustees voted unanimously to place a $60 million general obligation bond on the November 4, 2014 general election ballot. For homeowners in the Western Placer Unified School District this would equal $30.00 per $100,000.00 in assessed home value per year in costs. Measure A has been placed on the November 2014 ballot to begin the process of upgrading aging facilities at Lincoln High School and also to begin the planning and construction process for a new high school. More information is available here.
Based on feedback from the Board and the public, the final LCAP was presented to the WPUSD Board and approved at the June 17, 2014 Board meeting. A link to the LCAP is here. Many thanks to all that contributed to this first endeavor of completing the LCAP!