DON'T FORGET . . . Thursday, September 22 is a MINIMUM DAY and Friday, September 23 is a NON-ATTENDANCE DAY (California Indian Day). Bus schedule will be modified on the Minimum Day.
9 days ago, BUSD
GBUAPCD Air Quality Report -
21 days ago, BUSD
Thanks for such a great start to the 22/23 school year! Please click here for the 9/2/22 BUSD Community Letter -
28 days ago, BUSD
Please visit our COVID Exposure Notification page this year for regularly updated information about school-related COVID exposures:
about 1 month ago, BUSD
Excellent 22/23 job opportunities at BUSD - come join the family!
about 2 months ago, BUSD
BUSD is hiring!
Please click the link to view the 5/25/22 Community Letter -
4 months ago, BUSD
2022 BUHS Senior Walk - so great to see this annual tradition brought back!
5 months ago, BUSD
2022 BUHS Senior Walk
Mrs. Magan's 5th grade class joined Mrs. Taylor's kindergarten class to work on Character Strong "Cooperation" activities in the month of March. The pictures here are of these classes working together to create arthropods. Students absolutely LOVED getting together to complete this project.
6 months ago, BUSD
Annual Notice of Parent Rights have been updated to include information about the district's English acquisition program offerings. Click here for more info - (en español -
6 months ago, BUSD
Community Letter re: CA's masking announcement today (2/28) -
7 months ago, BUSD
To update your family's Schooling Preference Post COVID Exposure due to vaccination status or otherwise, please take the following survey -
9 months ago, BUSD
TikTok Post/Threats for December 17, 2021 Dear Bishop Families, The Bishop Unified School District has become aware of a troubling post that has been shared widely this week on the social media platform TikTok. The post refers to a threat to school safety “for every school in the USA, even elementary,” on Friday, December 17. The post appears to be part of a national TikTok trend and did not originate in our school district. We have heard reports from other districts that the same post is circulating in their schools. While we do not believe the threat to be credible, we are closely monitoring the situation and taking it seriously. Additionally, the district has been in contact with the Bishop Police Department regarding the post. We will have an increased police presence surrounding our campuses on Friday as an added precaution. This situation serves as a good example of why it is important to avoid sharing posts online that refer to school safety threats. Even if they are not credible threats, they can cause a great deal of stress and anxiety for our students, families, and staff. We ask our families to monitor their children’s social media activity and speak with them about proper behavior online. If you or your child become aware of any potential threat posted to social media or anywhere else, please notify a school staff member or trusted adult right away. As always, thank you for your partnership as we work to ensure a safe, secure, and positive learning environment for our students. Sincerely, Katie Kolker BUSD Superintendent
10 months ago, BUSD
At-Home COVID Test Kits available to BUSD staff and parents/guardians over the Holidays. Sign up here -
10 months ago, BUSD
BUSD 2021-22 Annual Parent Rights: / (español) and BUSD Housing Questionnaire: If completing the forms via Kami, parents/guardians will need to download and share them with Marnie Casteel, BUSD Human Resources: Please submit both forms no later than December 17, 2021.
10 months ago, BUSD
Dear Bishop Families, We are mourning the loss of three Bishop youth were involved in a car accident last night and lost their lives. This is a terrible tragedy for these families and their loved ones and our hearts go out to everyone impacted. Our community will step up to be here for each other during this difficult time. Counseling and support services for students, families, and staff will be widely available at each school site. More details will be shared in the coming days. Immediate counseling support is being offered on the BUHS Front Lawn at 12pm on Saturday 10/30 for anyone who would like to attend. Below are several crisis response resources we encourage you to use or share with those who may need them. We are deeply saddened by this loss to our community. Hold the ones you love close and know that our community and our trained county crisis team are here for support. Local Crisis Hotline: Inyo County: 1-800-841-5011 (24/7 Crisis) The Trevor Project 1-866-488-7386 Text "Start" to 678-678 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 800-273-8255(Talk) Text Hotline: 741741 Other On-Going Support: Toiyabe Family Services: 760-873-6394 NorthStar Counseling: 760-873-4206 Respectfully, Katie Kolker, BUSD Superintendent
11 months ago, BUSD
Joint message from Inyo County Public Health & BUSD -
12 months ago, BUSD
Parent Preference form for post-COVID exposure schooling options:
12 months ago, BUSD
Did you know... short term Independent Study contracts can be developed for students who are out for a minimum of 3 days now instead of 5?! Just give your school/teacher(s) at least 5 days notice.
12 months ago, BUSD
Please take a moment to take our MTSS Family Survey & let us know what supports and/or enrichment your child needs! ( en español)
about 1 year ago, BUSD