• 2019 MAGNA Award, recognized by the national American School Board Journal for PUSD’s ”Literacy Equity for Birth through 3rd Grade Hispanic Students and their Families.”

  • 2019 Golden Bell Award, recognized by the California School Board Association for the “Equity Begins with Infants” program.


  • 2019 District of Distinction, a national award by the magazine, District Administration for PUSD's “Transformation” program, awarding all qualified graduates with guaranteed admission to Cal Poly and the University of La Verne. This is PUSD's fourth "District of Distinction" award.'

  • 2018 District of Distinction, recognized by the national magazine, District Administration for PUSD's Summer School program.  This is PUSD's third "District of Distinction" award.

  • 2019 Best High Schools in the Nation, U.S. News & World Report.  All 9 PUSD high schools selected among the best in the USA.

    • Village Academy High School – top scorer, ranking 146th in California

    • Diamond Ranch High School

    • Fremont Academy of Engineering & Design

    • Ganesha High School

    • Garey High School

    • Palomares Academy of Health Sciences

    • Pomona High School

    • Park West High School

    • SEEO Charter

  • PUSD rebuilds Washington Elementary School in 2016,

  • PUSD rebuilds Roosevelt Elementary School in 2018, showing investment in the most socio-economically impacted students, schools, and areas.

  • Fremont Academy named “Model School” by National Academy Foundation.

  • Child Development

    • Implementation of Foster Bridge Program for Los Angeles and San Bernardino Counties.

    • Above average scores in Environmental Rating Scales for Infant/Toddler and pre-school classrooms.

    • Since August 2018, over 400 children seen at the new Health Clinic for TB risk assessment, screenings, height and weight, and nutrition education.

  • Food and Nutrition Services

    • All K-12 students served breakfast and lunch at no cost due to the USDA Community Eligibility Provision, a key part of the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act.

    • Over 150,000 more lunches served this year than last year.

    • Students will come to class well-nourished and ready to learn.

  • Village Academy - 2018 All American High School Film Festival, 2 student films showcased in New York.  Only 75 films were selected out of more than 2,000 nationwide.

  • SEEO opened 2 satellite campuses at Diamond Ranch and Garey High Schools.  Serving over 100 students, the satellite classrooms highlight a personalized education with 21st Century independent study learning and technology.

  • SEEO opened an internal Dual Enrollment program with Pomona and Ganesha High Schools.  The program offers SEEO independent study courses after school for PUSD high school students while keeping their residence school enrollment.

  • Fremont Academy - College and Career Readiness Lab will open in 2019-20.  15 modules will focus on STEAM-based topics for next year’s 8th graders.

  • SEEO – College Readiness Grant

    • Opened a College and Career Center

    • Updated the Counseling office.

  • Fremont Academy awarded a California Academic Partnership Program (CAPP) grant to focus on SAT preparations for 10th and 11th grade students.  Written by FAED administrator, Dr. Ethel Anumba.

  • Park West High School awarded WEWAC “Native Plant School Demonstration Garden.”

  • SEEO awarded a College Readiness Grant opening opportunities for college field trips.

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