Ian M. Trejo

Superintendent and Principal

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Child Find - Special Education


Bradley Union School District seeks to find and serve all student living within it's district boundaries who may have Special Needs and require Special Education.  If you believe you child between the ages of 0 - 21 may have Special Education needs, please contact the District at 805 472 - 2310.


California Education Code 56300:  A local educational agency shall actively and systematically seek out all individuals with exceptional needs, from birth to age 21 years of age, inclusive, including children not enrolled in public school programs, who reside in a school district or are under the jurisdiction of a special education local plan area or a county office of education.



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Bradley School Board Meetings

The next regularly scheduled School Board meeting is on June 5, 2018.  Budget and LCAP preview available beginning May 30, 2018, between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.




Science, Art, Music, Dance, Drama, Athletics, Field Trips, Fund Raisers, Presenters, Parent Involvement? Yeah, We Do That Here.


National School Lunch Application

National School Lunch Program applications are available by request at Bradley School.  Please call (805) 472 - 2310, email jsoto@bradleyusd.org, or stop by 65600 Dixie Street to receive an application.  The only way to know if your child/ren qualify for free or reduced price meal is to apply.

Absences Cost Our School!

Small-class size, instructional aides, and numerous, fun programs.

These are some of the reasons we love Bradley School.  However, absences for any reason, cost Bradley School potential funding and put these special opportunities at risk.  Please, come to school every day.  If your child needs to be absent, try to come to school to at least pick up school/home work.  If an extended absence for vacation or family emergency is required, please contact us ASAP, as we can provide an Independent Study Contract so that student may have some access to their education and the school is able to reclaim ADA.

PUBLIC NOTICE: Why bottled water at Bradley School?

Bradley School operates it's own water system by use of a well.  Bradley School has had 3 water testing reports over the past 3 years which have exceeded the limit for Nitrates.  Nitrates in water can be harmful if consumed by small children (under 6 months of age.) or by elderly persons.  Therefore, Bradley offers bottled drinking water in every classroom and office and reminds students regularly to not drink the tap water.  We are legally required to post quarterly notices of our water system issues.


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