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Aeries Communications
Siskiyou Union High School District’s communication platform is called Aeries Communications, available to parents through your Aeries Parent Portal. You may have already received notifications from your school site using this tool. Aeries Communications is an easily customizable program where you, the parent, can choose your preferred form of contact between you and your child’s teacher and school -- email, phone calls, and/or text messaging. You can even send and receive direct messages with your child’s teacher straight from email or through your Aeries portal. All of these options are available in your preferred language.

Get Started right away by logging into your Aeries portal and click on Communications.
Once inside, you can customize your preferences
Respond Start (or Stop) to the opt-in text message
Simply let all communication land in your inbox

There are links to instructional videos and documents available to help with your next steps. Please contact your site secretary if you need further assistance.
2019 RFP
2019 E-Rate RFP (SUHSD)
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Notice is hereby given that Siskiyou Union HSD of Mt. Shasta, California, will receive proposals for: NETWORK EQUIPMENT for four of it's hIgh schools Mt. Shasta High School, Happy Camp High School, McCloud High School and Weed High School. All proposals shall be submitted to Jeffrey Phelps, Technology Coordinator, on or before January 30th , 2019 at 3:00 PM PST. The RFP can be downloaded from the USAC EPC website and from the Siskiyou Union HSD website at The Form 470 number is 190010328.  Siskiyou Union HSD reserves the right to reject any and all informal bids and any and all items of such informal bids. Please see attachment for the complete RFP document.
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Attendance Matters

7 days ago

By Mike Matheson


The Siskiyou Union High School District is committed to providing all students with an engaging and enjoyable educational experience so they can prepare for their future career and college experiences. Student attendance matters. Last year over 20% of our students were Chronically absent, meaning they missed more than 10% or 16 days of school. As a school community, we must improve this so our call to action is to ensure all students work to achieve an absenteeism rate of less than 5% or 8 days per school year. We need to work together to accomplish this for our students. Please start by reviewing  the following documents that outline the importance of attendance and how we can work to achieve this important goal for our students.