Graphics Arts Services
Graphic Arts Services is a full-service copy and printing in-plant for the Pleasanton Unified School District. The types of services provided are black & white copying, color copying, collating, numbering, folding, business cards, typesetting, and ink printing of a variety of materials, including, but not limited to, envelopes, NCR forms, newsletters, certificates, and graduation programs. The facility also provides services to other non-profit community organizations.
The Graphics Department is open Monday-Friday, 7:30am-4:30pm. Walk-ins are welcome.
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|Graphic Arts Department:
|Myla Y. Grasso, Coordinator||Purchasing, Warehouse and Graphics|
|Bonnie Kassan||Lead Graphic Technician|
|Barbara Chapman||Graphics Clerk|
|Ryan Kroetch||Graphics Clerk|
|Linda O’Connell||Graphics Clerk|
|Janet Reel||Graphics Technician|
|Jennifer Shadd||Graphics Clerk|
How soon will I get my print job back?
The Graphics Arts Department has a 48-hour turnaround time for standard jobs.
For example, if we receive your job on Monday morning, you will get it back on
When are you open?
Graphics is open Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and is closed on
school holidays. Walk-ins are welcome during those hours, and there is a drop
box located next to the door for drop off after hours.
Can I send my print jobs directly from my computer?
Yes. Once you are a registered user on Digital Storefront, all of your jobs can be
submitted from your computer.
Can you print in color?
Yes. Just send your original in color, and in the special instructions box, add that
you want the job printed in color.
When submitting classroom work, am I charged for collating and stapling?
No. If it is classroom work, we do not charge for simple collating, stapling or
Do you only do copying for PUSD?
No. Graphics has a Commercial Business License, so we can print for anyone.
We often work with parent clubs, non-profits, and small businesses. ‘
Can you print variable data jobs (i.e. merging names with a document)?
Yes. Please call for detailed instructions.
Do you print postcards?
Yes. All postcards that are going to be sent out through the District must be
printed by the Graphics Department. We will not only print them and merge the
addresses, we will also make sure they are in the proper size, weight and format
for the USPS.
Do you offer design and typesetting services?
Yes. We have people on staff that can help with and/or create documents for
Do you use recycled papers?
Yes, as much as is possible and still be cost-effective. We also recycle copy
errors into free scratch pads and supply scratch paper for testing.
Can I have a job printed on a specialty paper?
Yes. You can either supply the paper, or we can order it for you.
What types of finishing options are available?
We offer several different finishing options:
Collating and corner stapling
Creating books with cardstock covers and stapled down the side
Saddle stitched booklets (stapled in the middle and folded
Perfect bind glue binding down the spine)
If you aren’t sure, call us at 925.426.4270, and we will work out the best, most costeffective
way to do your job.
Can I walk in and get my job printed?
Yes, workload and time permitting. Our goal is outstanding customer service, so
we will do our best to accommodate all of our customers needs.
Do you print business sets?
Yes. We can design and print all of our business related forms, letterhead and
envelopes, business cards, memo pads, multi-part forms, etc.
Elementary Handwriting Books
For your convenience, the department has scanned and made available the following Elementary handwriting books. When ordering copies of these, please include the form number shown.
- 1401- K uppercase handwriting handbook
- 1402 – K lowercase handwriting handbook
- 1403 – K Spanish handwriting
- 1501 – 1st uppercase handwriting
- 1502 – 1st lowercase handwriting
- 1503 – 1st Spanish uppercase handwriting
- 1504 – 1st Spanish lowercase handwriting
- 1505 – Hearst 1st uppercase handwriting
- 1506 – Hearst 1st lowercase handwriting
- 1601 – 2nd penmanship handbook
- 1701 – 3rd cursive practice handbook
- 1702 – 3rd cursive handbook