Please click on this article to access the links to very important up-to-date information from Dr. Laurie Bruton.
News & Announcements
Please click on this article to access the information that was sent by Dr. Laurie Bruton, Superintendent, on August 8, 2020.
The following NOTICE is posted pursuant to Section 5092 of the Education Code and Section 19, Chapter 9, Statutes of 1979 of the State of California. (Please click on this article to read the NOTICE.)
On Wednesday, August 5th, Dr. Bruton sent important information regarding SNS food service, technology, YMCA childcare opportunities, as well as a used student Desk / Chair giveaway to families. (Please click on this article to read the details.)
Superintendent Dr. Bruton sent out an email to parents, staff and the community in regards to the 2020-21 August School Schedule and Online Expectations. (Please click on this article to read the Parent-Staff Letter, August Schedule, and Online Expectations. They are provided in both English and Spanish.)
The letter from the Santa Cruz County Office Education is the latest information on schools and the potential to apply for a waiver to resume "in person" instructional groups. Please consider the information and as we receive changing requirements, I will make sure to forward that information to you. Please take care and we look forward to seeing each and every one of you. (Please click on this article to access the link to the letter)
This email was sent out to our parent and staff community on July 20, 2020. (Please click on this article to read the email.)
The District Office is receiving many calls and emails in regards to what the 2020-2021 school year will be like. (Please click on this article for more information)
As conditions change in our community and restrictions slowly open up, the Department of Public Health has authorized the Santa Cruz County School Districts to offer athletic conditioning options for high school students. (Please click on this article to read more information)
Census results have an impact on planning and funding for health clinics and highways, fire departments and disaster response, education programs such as Head Start and college tuition assistance, and so much more. (Please click on this article for the link to the 2020 Census website.)