News & Announcements

Community Update Jan. 15, 2021

I think we can all agree, 2021 has most certainly gotten off to an interesting start. While our shared hope of an expansion of in-person learning this month may have been dashed by COVID-19 health conditions and renewed Stay-At-Home orders, there are reasons to be optimistic. I’m pleased to be able to share those with you.
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Project Daffodil, a Bonny Doon School Community Foundation Effort

The Vision: This winter, the people of Bonny Doon — you and your neighbors — will plant daffodil bulbs in every corner of our mountain community. Come spring, the vibrant golden blooms of hundreds of thousands of daffodils will appear amid the fire-scarred landscape of Bonny Doon. Once established, the flowers will return every spring thereafter in greater profusion, on roadsides and hillsides, in public and private spaces, all over Ben Lomond Mountain. If we plant 100,000+ bulbs they will multiply in place over a few years to become over 1,000,000 blooms for Bonny Doon!
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Community Update Dec. 11, 2020

With the surge in COVID-19 cases in the area and new State health guidelines and restrictions, I want to provide an update on what this means for Bonny Doon School. Attached is information on the results of the recent parent survey as well as details of current in-person learning cohorts on the school campus, and how any expansion is being impacted by County health conditions, plus an outline of next steps.
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Joint Communication from SC County School Districts: School Implicaons for New California Stay At Home Order

The order would prohibit private gatherings of any size, closes certain sector operaons except for critical infrastructure and retail, and requires 100% masking and physical distancing in all other sectors. However, this order does not impact or modify the state’s prior guidance on school reopening processes. Schools that are offering in-person services will be able to continue to provide them, but schools are not permitted to begin implementaon of hybrid instructional models while our county remains in the Widespread (purple) county risk level in the Blueprint for a Safer Economy monitoring system.
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Important Announcement About COVID-19

As you know, we have implemented multiple health and safety protocols including cleaning, face covering, and social-distancing measures during COVID-19. We are also committed to informing you of any potential health risks.

We therefore want to notify you that a person associated with our school has been diagnosed with COVID-19.
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Joint Communication from SC County School Districts: Santa Cruz County Moves to the Widespread (Purple) Tier, School Implications

Governor Newsom has announced that Santa Cruz County is one of many counties to move to the Widespread (Purple) Tier within the California Blueprint for a Safer Economy . This announcement immediately increases restrictions for a range of economic activities, including prohibiting schools from expanding to a hybrid schedule. Santa Cruz County
Districts and Charter Schools are now reviewing the impact of this announcement on our timelines for expansion of in-person instruction.
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Conference Week Details & Important Information

Our fall Parent-Teacher Conferences are approaching. Each year, these conferences provide an opportunity for parents/guardians and teachers to discuss student progress. Teachers will be sending out instructions for scheduling these meetings on Friday. Due to the pandemic and the fire, this year’s conferences will be necessarily different from prior years.
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Town Hall Invitation, Nov. 2 at 5 p.m.

Please join the County Superintendent of Schools,
all school district Superintendents, charter school leaders,
and authorities from our local department of public health
for a community Town Hall discussion about school plans
to expand in-person services on Monday, Nov 2 at 5 p.m. You may join the zoom webinar at
or stream the event live from our youtube channel at
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