Teacher's Wishes: A mini-grant program for Sonoma County Teachers
Teachers are encouraged to submit an application for a project, field trip, training tool or any idea that would help in the classroom
Link to Flyer
Free PSAT Fall Testing for Sophomores!!!
On October 15th, your sophomore student will have the opportunity to take the PSAT (Preliminary-SAT) test for free, which will measure skills in the Core areas of reading, writing and mathematics. This test is typically used to identify skills they may need to work on, get ready for college entrance exams, and planning for college.
For more information, please follow the links below:
Preparing for the PSAT:
SAT question of the day:
LCAP Adopted by the Board of Education on June 25th, 2014
Adopted Elementary LCAP in English
Adopted Elementary LCAP in Spanish
Adopted Elementary Expenditure Overview in English
Adopted Elementary Expenditure Overview in Spanish
Adopted Secondary LCAP in English
Adopted Secondary LCAP in Spanish
Adopted Secondary Expenditure Overview in English
Adopted Secondary Expenditure Overview in Spanish
Honor Andy: A Public Service Announcement for Andy Lopez
Letter from Superintendent to Parents, Guardians, Students and Staff
"This year the community had to respond to the tragic death of a Santa Rosa City Schools student, Andy Lopez." Please follow the link below to read the Superintendent's letter in its entirety.
Link to Superintendent's Letter
Vínculoa la Carta del Superintendenteen
The Journey to Becoming a Restorative Community
Presented at the February 26, 2014 Board Meeting (F-4) by Gabriel Albavera, Director Student & Family Engagement, CWA, and Diann Kitamura, Assistant Superintendent C & I, 7-12.
Link to Presentation PDF
Strategic Planning Reports and Presentations February 12, 2014
Community Input Report
Presented by Dr. Carlos Ayala, SSU, and Charmon Murray, LCMS, this report summarizes the Community Forums, Community Online Survey, and the Student Voice Survey.
Link to Repot PDF
Link to Presentation PDF
Restorative Resources - Restorative Justice in Schools
This video highlights the positive impact that the Restorative Justice program is having within Santa Rosa City Schools. Students, teachers, administrators, and parents explain how the program is making a difference in their schools, classrooms, and lives.
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