District News

On this page, we’ll keep you informed about everything going on within our district. Whether it be important events or awards and kudos, visit this page often so you are always well-informed.

Board Approves the Selection of Lynn J. Carmen Day as UUSD's New Superintendent

Lynn J. Carmen DayThe Upland Unified School District (UUSD) Board of Education is pleased to announce the hiring of Lynn J. Carmen Day as superintendent of schools, effective July 1. Carmen Day brings 28 years of experience as an educator and administrator, most recently as Chief Academic Officer for the Riverside Unified School District since 2014.

Her selection as superintendent culminates an extensive search following the announcement last November that Dr. Nancy Kelly would retire at the end of the current school year. Dr. Kelly has served as superintendent since 2013.

For more information, we invite you to read our press release.

Upland Unified School District Coronavirus Closures

In coordination with public health agencies, the Governor’s Office, and schools across the region and state, the Upland Unified School District announced today that campus closures will continue through the end of the current academic year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. To ensure that students’ academic progress is not disrupted, the district will continue to provide independent learning instruction and will credit all completed coursework during this period.

“Our hearts go out to our students and families during this extremely difficult time. Closing our campuses is not something any of us could have imagined as recently as a month ago, but we’re also not willing to compromise the safety and well-being of our students, families, teachers, and staff,” said Dr. Nancy Kelly, UUSD Superintendent. Please see the entire news release.

Meal Service

Dear Families of Upland Unified School District,

Breakfast and lunch service will continue through the school closure. You can pick up free breakfast and lunch on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. For more information on where you can pick up these meals, and additional specifics, please see the meal flyer with map.

California Disclosure of Legal Records

As many of our county schools and districts have learned, U.S. District Court Judge Kimberly Mueller ordered additional safeguards be placed for the release of student data and stated that copies of the CalPADS database will not be produced for plaintiffs in the Morgan Hill Case.

County Schools has provided an update on the court ruling of Feb. 29 by Judge Mueller, as well as links to the California Department of Education’s webpage that provides additional information.

For more information on the Morgan Hill case, please visit the County Schools’ webpage.

As more information becomes available, County Schools will continue to provide updates.