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  • Strategic Planning

    Strategic Planning

    Our district is in the process of developing a strategic plan for the next five years to promote excellence, equity and engagement for all students.

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  • Common Core Standards

    Common Core Standards

    Our District is in the process of transitioning to the the new Common Core Standards.

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  • Kindergarten Registration

    Kindergarten Registration

    Their Future begins with a great education. Registration for One & Two Year Kindergarten for Santa Rosa City Schools Begins on January 14, 2014. Applications are being accepted for attendance area schools, dependent Charters and inter-district transfers.

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 What's Happening

​​​​​​​​​Latest News

Prioritizing Services and Needs in Our Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)
SRCS continues to engage parents, students and community members in the development of our Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). Tuesday, April 15-, Tuesday, April 22 this survey will be open to complete.  We want to hear from you. Together we can provide excellence for our future generations in SRCS.

Link to Survey in English     Vínculo a la Encuesta en Español


DAC_Agenda_thumb.jpg District Advisory Committee Meeting
Wednesday April 16, 2014
Santa Rosa High School Multi-Purpose Room
5:30 - 7:30 PM

Link to Agenda - En Español


stop_disease_thumb.jpgPertussis or "Whooping Cough" Information
There have been cases of pertussis (“whooping cough”) in our district. Pertussis can spread through the air when people cough. Pertussis often starts like a common cold, then the person begins to cough, and the cough gets worse over 1-2 weeks. Fever is not always present. People with pertussis have coughing spells that may last several seconds. As they catch their breath at the end of each coughing spell, they may loudly gasp ("whoop") and vomit or choke. Ultimately, pertussis symptoms can last for 6-9 weeks.

pertussis_eng_thumb.jpgWhooping Cough: What You Need to Know
Information from CA Department of Public Health

Link to Flyer in English

La Tos Ferina: Lo Que Necesita Saber 
CA Departamento de Salud

Vínculo al Folleto en Español

CDE_News_Release_20140424_thumb.jpg California Department of Education - News Release
California Schools Set to Launch Trial Run of New Generation of Assessments

The Smarter Balanced Field Test will launch Tuesday, marking an important milestone in California’s transition to a new assessment system as it assesses technological capacity and the quality of test questions, and helps students and teachers prepare for next year’s first operational test, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson said today.

Link to PDF


Be a Part of a Task Force Group for SRCS's Strategic Plan! 
Interested in helping shape the District's future? Task Forces, comprised of staff, students, parents, and community members, are being formed to ensure transparency and democratic participation. For more information please read flyer.

Link to Flyer 

Link to Online Application


Journey_thumb.jpgThe 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

Strat_Plan_thumb.jpgCommunity 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 Report PDF 

Link to Presentation PDF 


Linking All the Pieces Together

LCFF, LCAP and Strategic Planning - Purposeful Linkages in SR


Presented by Supt. Socorro Shiels this PowerPoint shows how LCFF funding choices and LCAP priorities are linked to key areas of the strategic plan.

Link to Presentation PDF



RR_Video_thumb.jpg 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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Jan_Budget_Update_thumb.jpg Budget Update January 2014
This is a presentation on how the Governor's proposed budget for 2014-15 will affect Santa Rosa City Schools. The Governor is proposing the greatest increase in per-student average funding since 2000-01. 

Link to PDF   En Español


Compact_For_Success_Video_thumb.jpgLawrence Cook Middle School Compact for Success
This video made by Boys and Girls Club members from Lawrence Cook Middle School shows the highlights of the Compact for Success event. Students visited Sonoma State University, Elsie Allen High School, and heard presentations from administrators representing SSU and EAHS.

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