Pleasanton Unified School District

Welcome!

Welcome to Student Services

Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM-4:30 PM
 
Location: Pleasanton Unified School District
Student Services
215 Abbie Street 
Pleasanton, CA 94566
 
Phone: 925.426.4290
Fax: 925.846.5317
 
 
 
 
Welcome to Student Services!
The Student Services staff maximizes the instructional programs throughout the district through the delivery of specialized services such as: registration of students, student attendance and accounting, individualized services for students with disabilities, the custody of student records and all federal and state procedural safeguards attached to student records/data, for due process in matters of student discipline and student health services.
 
Questions regarding student records, attendance, and registration, discipline and student placement, school boundaries, interdistrict/intradistrict transfer, home-based instruction for health reasons, health services and requirements, and drug/alcohol education may be directed to this department at 925.426.4290.
 
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“The Book,” A Guide for Pleasanton Parents to the Things that Really Matter
The Pleasanton Unified School District takes great pride in our positive relationship with the City of Pleasanton and the Pleasanton Police Department. Our partnership includes open communication about issues and concerns. Together, we focus on providing information and prevention training for students and families on such topics as cyber bullying, drug & alcohol use/abuse, stress and anxiety issues, and suicide prevention.
 
The Pleasanton Police Department produces “The Book,” an annual publication that is “a guide for Pleasanton Parents to the things that really matter.”
PUSD Student Tipline
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Safe schools

One of PUSD’s goals for the current school year related to providing a safe learning environment for all students. Part of this includes providing information to families about teen depression. Please click on the links for information about the myths and fact related to depression and teen suicide. An anonymous Student Support Tipline is available for phone calls or texts at 925.417.5199.