2020 Census: Pasadena Unified Counts!

Now more than ever, the PUSD community needs you. And you can make a BIG difference without even leaving the house. Visit my2020census.gov  and complete your census form — and make sure every child is counted. No matter whether you’ve lived in the Pasadena, Altadena, or Sierra Madre area a few weeks or your entire life, you count.

Based on data from the last census count, Pasadena received more than $400 million in federal funding to support schools (including children’s free and reduced-cost breakfast and lunch programs), transportation, housing, and health care programs.

So when filling out your census form, make sure to count everyone who lives in your home and anyone who sleeps in your home most of the time. Newborns, foster children, grandparents, roommates—EVERYONE counts.

It only takes a few minutes for you and everyone in your household to be counted. Help shape our future future by completing your census questionnaire online right now at my2020census.gov , or call toll-free:

• (844) 330-2020 for English
• (844) 468-2020 for Spanish
• (844) 391-2020 for Chinese.

About the Census

Every 10 years, people across the U.S. and in California fill out the Census in order to have an accurate count of all the people in the United States.

The Census determines California’s federal funding for important community services that support students and families and ensure our community’s representation in California and Washington DC.

Your response matters!

“Let’s ensure all PUSD students are counted so we can put those resources to good use here at home!”

For more information, visit https://www.pusd.us/census.





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