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EVERY CHILD. EVERY DAY.

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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Current Bus Schedules

Hello all, Please make sure to check your bus schedule below, all routes have been updated. Have a great Tuesday!   Bus Schedules

Reflecting on another great school year

Summertime is a great time, in the Prescott Unified School District, to reflect on the past and get excited about the future.  This summer is no exception, and we have been busy...
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2019-2020 Continuing & New Student Registration

We welcome all students to PUSD, including those who live outside the district boundaries, based on space available.

Downtown Prescott

Prescott can be a retirement community and the best place to raise a family

The more experience I get in my job and my life, the faster a school year seems to fly by.It is hard to believe, but it is time again to watch our Prescott High School seniors...

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News

Current Bus Schedules

Hello all, Please make sure to check your bus schedule below, all routes have been updated. Have a great Tuesday!   Bus Schedules

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Reflecting on another great school year

Reflecting on another great school year

Summertime is a great time, in the Prescott Unified School District, to reflect on the past and get excited about the future.  This summer is no exception, and we have been busy with diving into data, adjusting goals, and orchestrating focused retreats to rededicate...

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►DISTRICT-WIDE SUMMER HOURS

JULY 30 — Discovery Gardens Meet the Teacher, 4:30-5:30 PM (at all DG campuses)

AUG 01 — First Day of School 2019-2020

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Kids at Hope

Prescott Unified School District is a Kids at Hope district. All children are capable of success—no exceptions!

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Strategic Plan

Prescott Unified School District educates students to be confident, lifelong-learners prepared to achieve their full potential in a complex, interconnected world.

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Community Partners

The supportive partnerships between our schools and the Prescott Community provide a positive impact on our students and community.

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Arizona School Tax Credit

Keep your tax dollars local with Arizona’s dollar-for-dollar public school tax credit, which goes directly to the school and eligible program you choose.

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Budget Documents and Information for Fiscal Year (FY) 2020

On July 9, 2019, at 5:00 pm, Prescott Unified School District Governing Board voted to approve the FY 2020 budget. The following link contains the hearing notice and the summary of school district proposed expenditure budget.

» FY2020 Budget Hearing Notice

» FY2020 Proposed Budget

 

For the 2019/20 school year, Prescott Unified School District is proposing the following raises:

TEACHERS

» Teachers — Certified teachers and teachers on assignment will receive 5% raise. The average salary of teachers employed in FY19 (prior year) was $41,224. The average salary of all teachers employed in FY20 (budget year) is $43,285; an increase of $2,061 when compared to FY19. For FY19 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 FY20, average salary of all teachers is based upon a budgeted amount. 

ALL OTHER EMPLOYEE GROUPS

» All other employee groups (graded classified, psychologists, OTs, PTs, SLPs, IT, directors, administration, etc.) will receive a 2% raise. Note: Due to minimum wage increase on January 1, 2020, some graded classified employees will receive higher than a 2% raise.

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