Businesses can receive support from the Workforce Alliance of the North Bay, see the flyer for monthly workshops.
Click either of the .pdf links included below to review our institution's acknowledgement of the CARES Act HEERF grants for students as well as our quarterly reporting as required by CARES Act Sections 18004(a)(1) Institutional Portion, 18004(a)(2), and 18004(a)(3).
However, Ukiah Adult School offers FREE citizenship help for those who would like to apply to become US citizens. If interested, go to Ukiah Adult School's Room 1, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 8:30am to 11:30am and 1:00pm to 3:30pm.
Here is a presentation to help educate your kids about the dangers of vaping. Topics covered include examples of how the industry is marketing to children, what the products look like, and data about tobacco and cannabis use among students in California and at Ukiah Unified. Please use this as a guide for discussions with your children about the dangers of vaping.
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If there is a Public Safety Power Shutoff or another emergency that lasts more than a couple of hours, it may be necessary to cancel school, delay the start time of school, or close school early. To this end, we have created two alternative schedules: an emergency late start schedule and an emergency early release schedule.
Final review and adoption of the SELPA-wide Annual Budget Plan and the Annual Service Plan for 2020-2021 for special education programs.
By Deb Kubin, UUSD Superintendent
By Scott Paulin, Director of Alternative Education
We offer computerized testing every Tuesday from 8:30-4:30. Some of the tests included are GED, CBEST, RICA, CSETs, EMT, CompTIA, and others. Check with your testing sponsor's website for more information.