SPUSD Informational Webinars and July 31 Deadline

Dear SPUSD Parents/Guardians,

Thank you to everyone who has participated in the parent informational webinars. If you missed one of the sessions, please see the schedule below for additional times that will be offered. You may find it helpful to review the Distance Learning FAQ before attending the informational webinars. If you are unable to watch the webinars during the scheduled times, the sessions will be recorded and posted on each school’s website.

All Elementary Schools:
Elementary Session – 7/30 @ 10:00 – 11:00 AM

South Pasadena High School:
High School Session – 7/29 @ 6:30 – 7:30 PM

Please also complete the Student Data Confirmation as soon as possible. By Friday, July 31 at 12:00 p.m., you must review and verify the annual parent notifications and your child’s information through the AERIES parent portal. Go to my.spusd.net (click on Current Students-Parent Portal). All returning and new families must complete the Student Data Confirmation Process, including your acknowledgement of viewing SPUSD’s required annual parent notifications, in order for your student to be assigned classes. Parents must also choose, before July 31, between continuing in distance learning when schools physically reopen or continuing with in-person instruction (the hybrid model).

The Chromebook Checkout Schedule for grades TK-12 is now available. Please review the schedule and plan to pick up your child’s Chromebook during the first week of August.

Thank you, again, for your participation.


Christiane Gervais
Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services


South Pasadena Unified School District, 1020 El Centro St., South Pasadena, (626) 441-5810 or visit www.spusd.net.






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