PUHSD Mission Statement
The mission of Perris Union High School District is to create high quality relevant learning opportunities for all in a safe and caring environment. We will develop a high quality, caring staff who will be dedicated to learning, and connect students to their education and potential goals. We will care for all students while developing a growth mindset through collaboration, creativity, communication, and critical thinking.
Perris Union High School District will be a caring, diverse, and supportive learning environment in which all are committed towards working in relationships to foster innovative and creative learning opportunities.
PUHSD LCAP Goals
- Goal #1 - All students will attain proficiency in all academic content areas
- Goal #2 - All students will graduate from high school prepared for post-secondary and career options.
- Goal #3 - All departments, sites will provide a safe and positive environment for all students and staff.
- Goal #4 - Secure and strengthen home-school-community connections and communications.
How does Educational Equity help us achieve our mission and goals?
Educational equity is established on the principles of fairness and inclusion. Fairness suggests that the individual characteristics or social conditions of a student should never interfere with a student’s educational potential. Inclusion establishes the basic standard of “education for all.” (OECD Policy Brief, 2008). At PUHSD we strive to ensure that we fulfill each aspect of Educational Equity to enable access to all classes, programs and activities for all students, thus providing them the opportunity for true academic success.
We encourage you to explore each component of Educational Equity listed on the menu to the right. Thank you!
Dates to Remember
International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples
Recognition of the achievements and contributions that indigenous people make to improve world issues such as environmental protection.
Marcus Garvey Day
Celebrates the birthday of the Jamaican politician and activist. His message to Africans in the Diaspora is to never stop learning and moreover, to discern that real education occurs when you embark on self-education. He began his lectures with the refrain, "You must never stop learning".
World Humanitarian Day
This day is dedicated to recognize humanitarian personnel and those who have lost theri lives working for humanitarian causes.
International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade
and the anniversary of the uprising in Santo Domingo (today Haiti and the Dominican Republic) that initiated the abolition of slavery in that nation.
Women's Equality Day
Commemorates the August 26,1920 certification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution that gave women the right to vote. Congress woman Bella Abzug first introduced a proclamation for Women's Equality Day in 1971. Since that time, every president has published a proclamation recognizing August 26 as Women's Equality Day.
March on Washington
On August28, 1963, more than 250,000 demonstrators descended upon the nation's capital to participate in the "March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. "It was the largest demonstration for human rights in United States history, and a rare display of unity among the various civil rights groups.
National Grief Awareness Day
Dedicated to raising awareness of the myriad ways in which individuals cope with loss. The mission is to educate people on grief and create space for loss. It reminds us to support people we know who are grieving and let them know that they are not alone.