GTUSD 2017-18 School Year Registration Information

by Placerville Newswire / Jan 27, 2017 / comments

Parents will have the opportunity to register their children for the 2017-18 school year at Gold Trail Union School District (GTUSD), beginning February 6, 2017. Registration information and forms will be available in school offices.  (Current students do not need to be reregistered).
Sutter’s Mill School (transitional kindergarten through 3rd grade) – 4801 Luneman Rd, Placerville; 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; 530-626-2591

Gold Trail School (4th through 8th grade) – 889 Cold Springs Rd, Placerville; 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; 530-626-2595

“This year has been extremely exciting for our schools, and we always look forward to seeing our returning students and making our new children and parents feel like family,” Superintendent Joe Murchison said.

At Sutter’s Mill School, students between transitional kindergarten (a two year program with student birthdays from 9/1/2012 through 12/2/2012) and 3rd grade benefit from an extremely knowledgeable and dedicated staff.  Well-rounded education is supplemented by enrichment classes such as dance, Spanish, cooking, and Monart (art). Parents can also take advantage of our Extended Day before and after school programs, located on campus; call 530-622-7130 for enrollment information. 

At Gold Trail School, 4th through 8th grade students have the opportunity to participate in acomprehensive music program, all grade level Physical Education program and have access to various extracurricular activities such as Odyssey of the Mind, GATE and after school sports.  Gold Trail School students gain a unique historical experience through our Gold Discovery site visits and California mission field trip.  Other grade levels participate in multiday field trips to locations such as Yosemite and Bodega Bay. 

Both schools operate by coordinating busing and school start and stop times that accommodate family planning.  For more information regarding registration, do not hesitate to call your school office or visit