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Prescott Unified School District No. 1 is a learning community built on a foundation of excellence that is more than a century old.
PUSD provides the skills that every child will need to become a strong citizen, valued employee, entrepreneur, or leader of tomorrow.
Proud to be a “Kids at Hope” district, we believe that every child, every day, matters.

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Prescott Unified School District Contacts the International Space Station

Tuesday, October 5 at 10:50 am

Students are getting ready to make contact with the International Space Station (ISS)!
NASA selected Prescott Unified Schools and we are so excited for this unique honor.

Eleven of our students will be able to ask the astronaut, Mark T. Vande Hei, questions using amateur radio. Join us and watch the contact event on YouTube which is scheduled to last about 30 minutes starting at 10:50 am Tuesday, October 5th.
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Superintendent’s Blog

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Summer 2021 Meal Info

**Curbside pickup ends on May 21, 2021 at PHS, but FREE meals will be available to the community at the YMCA June 7th – July 2nd.

Enrollment Info

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Summer 2021 Meal Info

**Curbside pickup ends on May 21, 2021 at PHS, but FREE meals will be available to the community at the YMCA June 7th – July 2nd.

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Budget Documents and Information for Fiscal Year (FY) 2022

On July 13, 2021, at 5:00 pm, Prescott Unified School District Governing Board will vote to approve the FY 2022 budget.  The following link contains the hearing notice and summary of the school district’s proposed expenditure budget.

For the 2021/2022 school year, Prescott Unified School District is proposing the following raises:


Certified teachers and teachers on assignment will not receive a raise to their base pay.  With that said, PUSD’s Governing Board voted unanimously on a budget package, which included removing all non-teacher compensation expenses out of the Classroom Site Fund.  With teachers receiving 100% of Prop 301 monies, teachers will receive at least a 4% increase in compensation.  The average base salary of teachers employed in FY21 (prior year) was $45,509.  The average salary of all teachers employed in FY22 (budget year), is $45,509; no increase when compared to FY21.   For FY21 teacher average salary, end-of-the-year FTE and teacher contract base amount were used. Additional revenue sources for teachers, e.g. clubs, coaching, department chair, Prop 301 monies, extra revenue sources for teachers, etc., are not included in the average salaries. As hiring is not complete for FY22, the average salary of all teachers is based upon a budgeted amount.


Graded classified, psychologists, OTs, PTs, SLPs, IT, directors, administration, etc. will not receive a raise.

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