The mission of Santa Rosa City Schools, in partnership with parents, educators, staff, and the community is to provide active, involved learning for all students so they will achieve personal, academic, occupational success and become responsible citizens.
SRCS/SRTA Joint Statement on Tentative Agreement
Santa Rosa City Schools and Santa Rosa Teachers Association released a joint statement on the tentative agreement reached on September 6. 2017.
SRCS - SRTA Joint Statement
SRCS - SRTA Tentative Agreement
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Public hearings about election change The way that voters will elect Santa Rosa City Schools Governing Board Members is changing. District maps are being drawn, and public input is needed. Please consider attending a public hearing or community meeting, or sharing your thoughts on a comment form.
Meal applications for 2017-18 Forms for Free and Reduced Price Meals are available now. Every family is asked to turn in an application. Go to our Child Nutrition Services webpage, or call our Child Nutrition Services department at (707) 528-5359. They are happy to help!
Open Enrollment - Oct. 1 - Nov. 17 Most
students attend their neighborhood school, and build friendships and community
there. Some students have reasons to request another school. "Open
Enrollment," from Oct. 1 - Nov. 17, is the time to make that request for
the 2018-19 school year. Applications must be completed online during that
window. Families who need assistance can come to the S.A.F.E. office at
211 Ridgway Avenue. School capacities may restrict availability. See the Open Enrollment webpage for the online
application (available Oct. 1st) and for more information.
Parent Portal (formerly HAC)
To login to the new student information system for the first time, you will need your access code. Those codes will be emailed during the last week of August. If you have not received the access code in your email by Friday, September 1, please contact your school site. If you do not have an email on file, you will receive activation information via U.S. mail.
Once you have your unique access code, go to: https://srcs.illuminatehc.com/login
For more information on setting up your account, read about the SRCS Parent Portal (English) SRCS Parent Portal (Spanish)
G Suite for Education
SRCS is using an online collaboration system for schools called G Suite for Education. This includes document creation, email (within the school environment for younger students), collaboration tools, and thousands of learning applications. Students under 13 years old need signed permission from parents/guardians to enable their account. Students over 13 do not need permission, but parents can opt out for their student.
G-Suite Permission and Opt-Out Form (English)
G-Suite Permission and Opt-Out Form (Spanish)
More than 2,700 people - teachers, students, parents, staff, community members - participated in our recent survey. That feedback will help shape plans for the future. For more information, click on the English Survey Results or Spanish Survey Results websites.
CA School Dashboard
The California Department of Education is previewing a new website called the California School Dashboard, designed to look at multiple indicators of school success and track progress in those measures. Santa Rosa City Schools is called "Santa Rosa Elementary-High" on the Dashboard. Click on this link to our district's page. To search for a particular school, visit caschooldashboard.org, and enter the school name in the search box.
New brochures about the Dashboard, in English and Spanish, are now available at our schools. For a quick introduction to the Dashboard, watch this video, shared by the Alameda County Office of Education:
Dashboard Video- English Dashboard Video- Spanish
Third Interim Report for FY 2016-17
Financial update through April 30, 2017
As presented at the School Board meeting on May 24, 2017, this Interim Report updates the 2016-17 budget and revises the projections for the two subsequent years. The budget reflects the third year under California's Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). Assumptions built into SRCS's budget projections continue to change and may dramatically impact financial projections. The actual LCFF calculation continues to be updated with the latest available information. In addition, the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) is expected to guide the District’s budget.
Third Interim Report (English)
Third Interim Report (Spanish)