Every Student | Every Day | Every Possibility
Superintendent's Letter to the Community
Letter from Superintendent Shiels in response to the student event last week at MCHS.
Letter in English Letter in Spanish
STUDENTS! … Post Your Voice!
The SRCS Student Voice Collaborative invites all students in grades 7 thru 12 to spend a few minutes to post your voice through a survey.
No names needed… only your current school and grade level.
Your voice helps to shape the Future of Our Schools!
Link to Survey
Charter Schools' Enrollment Information
Here are the enrollment windows and lottery times, dates, and locations for the Santa Rosa City Schools charter schools.
Link to Information
Information on Flu Season
Santa Rosa City Schools is linking with Sonoma County Public Health to communicate the latest information about the Flu season. There are no reported measles cases in Santa Rosa City Schools or Sonoma County. There are links here to various Sonoma County Public Health documents.
Letter to Parents in English
Letter to Parents in Spanish
Letter from Sonoma County Department of Health Services
Santa Rosa City Schools Healthcare and Benefits Review
Given the need for a careful review of compensation packages and of health and employee benefit plans over the next several years as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) is implemented, the Superintendent and her team commissioned this study to determine to what extent the District compensation package is comparable to other similar districts.
Link to Review
Interested In Becoming a Substitute Teacher?
Our Substitute Teachers are important partners in the education of our students. Santa Rosa City Schools invites substitute teachers who are interested in providing a continuum in our student's education and who value the safety of the student at all times.
Link to More Information
Compact For Success Creates Partnership With Santa Rosa Schools
Hundreds of seventh graders from Lawrence Cook Middle School in Santa Rosa stormed campus Friday to get a feel for the college they're guaranteed admission to thanks to an agreement with the Santa Rosa City Schools District and Sonoma State University.
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Stakeholder Unity Network (SUN):
What is SUN?
This school year the Stakeholder Unity Network (SUN) will review the purpose of our SRCS LCAP, discuss and determine the process for monitoring the progress, and examine our School Site Plans for their alignment with the district LCAP (Local Control Accountability Plan).
Who Attends SUN?
Attendees will include Board of Trustees members, DAC representatives, certificated and classified leadership group members, administrators, community members, and students.
When will SUN meet in 2014-2015?
- November 15: 1:00-4:30 Completed - Thank you to all who participated
- January 24: 8:30-12:00 (Ridgway High School)
- January 27: 3:45-6:00p (Ridgway High School)
- March 7: 8:30 -12:00 (Ridgway High School)
- April 25: 8:30-12:00 (Ridgway High School)
Where? Ridgway Continuation High School - 352 Ridgway Ave. - Santa Rosa
Invitation to Join SUN
Link to More Information on LCFF & LCAP Page
IntraDistrict Open Enrollment Is Now Closed for the 2015-16 School Year
IntraDistrict Open Enrollment period opens September 1st and closes October 15th for the 2015-16 school year.
Link to Open Enrollment Page
Concussion A must Read for Young Athletes
In an effort to increase out community's awareness of concussion education here is an article with the latest info especially tailored for young athletes. Flyer contains information in both English and Spanish.
Link to Flyer
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
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
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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