News & Announcements

Another Likely Public Safety Power Shutoff, Oct. 25-27

PG&E has once again announced a likely Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) for Sunday, Oct. 25, lasting until Tuesday, Oct. 27. Since the last announcement, we have taken steps to ensure the continuity of our instructional program. Class meetings and Monday's pick-up parade will continue as scheduled.

Likely Public Safety Power Shutoff, Oct. 14-16

Thursday is a school day, and attendance will be verified through student work completion for the day since student access to class meetings may be impacted.

There is no school Friday, October 16 as it is a scheduled Staff
Development Day.

Joint Communication from SC County School Districts: Increase in COVID-19 Cases COVID-19 and Testing Partnership with Stanford Medicine for Surveillance Testing

We have recently been notified by our local health authorities that COVID-19 cases are again on the rise in Santa Cruz County. We anticipate that we will move to a more restrictive Widespread (purple) level in the coming weeks under the Governor’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy. Our public schools continue to proceed carefully regarding all decisions regarding reopening for in-person instruction because we recognize these increases in transmission rates could put our students and staff at risk.

Community Update Sept. 25, 2020

I hope this week’s communication finds each of you and your family finding some comfort. Attached are some brief progress updates about our recovery efforts following the fire.

Announcement of School Board Vacancy

Since no one filed a Declaration of Candidacy to fill this seat at the November 3, 2020 Election, Education Code 5326 provides the authority for the school board to appoint someone to fill positions where no one has filed.

Joint Communication from SC County School Districts: New Statewide System for COVID-19 Monitoring, Impact on Schools

On August 28, Governor Newsom introduced a new statewide monitoring system for COVID-19 named the "Blueprint for a Safer Economy" that sets forth new implications for resuming in-person instruction. While schools may soon become officially eligible to provide in-person services to students, there are a number
of local requirements that schools and districts must take into consideration.

Community Update, September 4, 2020

The BDS team has been working diligently to serve our students, families, and community. Please know that our teachers, staff and I are all here for you and your students.

Bonny Doon School Instruction Suspended through September 21st

The challenges we are facing from the devastation of the CZU fire during an ongoing pandemic has made some aspects about the start of school this year uncertain. Many of us lost our homes and others are anxious to return to evacuated areas. It will take a long time to restore peace and security to our lives. That being said, I am writing to announce that Bonny Doon School will continue to suspend instruction through September 21st.

Town Hall Community Meeting Tuesday, September 1st at 5:30PM

Please join Mr. Heffner for a Town Hall Community Meeting. This will be an opportunity to provide updates and to be together. To join the community meeting, please use the following link:
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