News & Announcements

May 26 Community Updates

With the end of the school year right around the corner, we have a couple of school community events we want to invite our students to participate in: 6th grade graduation and Spirit Week. Town Hall Tuesdays continue tonight at 5:30. Please see the attached letter for details.
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May 22 Community Letter

Please see the latest school/district community letter. In this communication, topics to note: 1. Zoom Town Hall Tuesdays with Mr. Heffner 2. Our 6th grade play video link. Please see the linked letter.
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May 18 Community Letter

Please see the latest school/district community letter. In this communication, topics to note: 1. End of the school year important dates 2. State budget impact 3. Reminder to complete the Census. My best wishes. Please see the linked letter.
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May 11 Community Letter

Please see the latest school/district community letter. In this communication, topics to note:
1. A high-level update about the 2020-2021 school year
2. Enrollment information/update
3. Town Hall meetings this week and next week.
My best wishes. Please see the linked letter.
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May 4 Community Letter

Please see the district/school update. In this communication, three topics to see:
1. It's Staff Appreciation Week
2. 3rd Trimester report card update and information
3. Access to last week's Virtual STARS Rally
Please see the link for details.
We miss you!
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April 27 Community Letter

Welcome to our 5th week of remote learning. We have an exciting announcement--on Wednesday (April 29th) at noon, we will be hosting our first ever Virtual STARS Rally Watch Party on Google Meet. We know everyone is doing their best in this unusual time, as we want to celebrate, connect and share. Please see the attached letter for more information.
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April 24, 2020 Update from all Santa Cruz County School Districts

As we near the end of the 6th week of school closures, we understand that many families are grappling with exceptionally difficult circumstances as a result of the COVID-19 crisis and are in need of a range of additional services. Santa Cruz County schools recognize that it is our role to advocate for and support students and families beyond providing learning opportunities.
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