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Scotts Valley High School (SVHS) is a member of the Scotts Valley Unified School District in Santa Cruz County. SVHS serves approximately 850 students from the communities of Scotts Valley, San Lorenzo Valley and Santa Cruz.


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Scotts Valley Unified has received the NAMM Foundation 2016 "Best Communities for Music Education" Award.

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SVUSD superintendent Search Underway

The Scotts Valley Unified School District Board of Education has selected Leadership Associates Executive Search Advisors, Don Iglesias and Phil Quon, to conduct the recruitment and comprehensive search process for the selection of our next district superintendent.  This is the same search firm that conducted the previous superintendent search, when Penny Weaver was selected by the Board, as Superintendent.

The Board met with the advisors on March 8th to discuss the search, and to identify groups within the district and our community to contact for input regarding the next superintendent. 

The search process will involve the community and all interested individuals and groups by seeking input and opinions regarding desired qualities, characteristics, background and experience for the new superintendent. This input will be an essential component of the process.  Additionally, the search consultants will ask community members to share their perspectives on the strengths and challenges of the Scotts Valley Unified School District. The consultants will compile a report of comments received during the community input sessions.  They will share these comments with the Board and will also use the input to develop the recruitment position description. 

Opportunities are provided for people to contact the consultants, via e-mail or cell phone if they are unable to attend the open forum on Wednesday, March 30, 6:15 – 7:15 at the Scotts Valley High School Student Union, or would like to provide additional information. An on-line survey will be posted on the district’s website from March 14 - April 4 for community members who would like to give input, but are unable to attend the scheduled meetings. 

Leadership Associates has conducted over 350 superintendent searches. They will recruit candidates from the region, entire state of California, and nationally, to assist the Board in developing a broad field of candidates, so the Board can select the best match for our district. Leadership Associates conducts “confidential searches.” It is their practice that the names of the applicants are not shared publicly during the search process. The reason for the confidential process is to allow the consultants to recruit sitting superintendents, who are highly successful and well respected in their school districts and communities. Many successful superintendents are reluctant or unwilling to apply for positions where their application is publicly announced prior to the Board determining a finalist. 

For more information, please visit the Scotts Valley Unified School District website, https://scottsvalley-ca.schoolloop.com/.  You may also send an e-mail to lhunt@leadershipassociates.org to speak with the consultants, Don Iglesias or Phil Quon, or you may  call (760) 771-4277.  Additionally, you may contact Carolyn Lewis, HR Administrator for Scotts Valley Unified School District at clewis@scottsvalleyusd.org or (831) 438-1820 X 108.

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In the event of a crisis situation we may not be able to answer calls or receive visitors on campus.  In these circumstances, information & instructions will be posted on the District's website

We may not be able to answer our telephones or be reachable during a crisis such as a lockdown situation.  Additional news may be heard by tuning to KSCO am1080 or via local television news stations.

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►  Food Services Letter, dated 7/1/14, "Your child's day just got healthier"


►  U.S. Department of Agriculture Message, dated 8/2012, "The School Day Just Got Healthier, For Parents"