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    Town Hall Meeting - August 12th

    Dear Parents, 

    In response to community need, SVUSD is offering a Town Hall focused on Reopening Schools for 2020-21. Superintendent Tanya Krause, and Assistant Superintendent Michelle Stewart will be providing an overview of school schedules, changes in instructional delivery and expectations, and answering questions from the community. Additionally, SVUSD will be sharing a document for the Reopening of Schools on Wednesday morning, August 12th, available on the District’s webpage.   

    The Town Hall is scheduled for Wednesday, August 12, 2020  5:30-6:30 p.m. via ZOOM webinar:  Zoom Webinar link for 8/12/2020

    We encourage the community to submit questions in advance, in order to make the time we have together efficient and organized. Please use this form to submit questions.  Although there will be an opportunity to submit questions during the webinar, we will have prepared talking points in advance.  (Please note, participants who “call in” will not be able to submit questions live.)  All comments and questions will be monitored and collected, and we will follow up with additional resources as needed and update FAQs on the website.  We have created a web page devoted to distance learning.

    The Town Hall meeting will be recorded and can be accessed after the meeting is over on the distance learning webpage.


    Superintendent Krause and Assistant Superintendent Stewart

    Updated Communication from Superintendent - August 4th


    SVUSD Parent Community,

    I have received some feedback and concerns regarding the August letter recently sent out.  Please know that more specific information will be coming out.  This letter was primarily intended for the registration packet and the beginning of August update.  As stated in the letter, "As a reminder, the first student day is Monday, August 24th, and you will be receiving more information as that date draws near. Teachers are returning on August 19 and will engage in professional development and collaboration time in preparation for the start of remote instruction."

    My intention was to send an updated communication with more details in the near future.  Site Principals will be sending out school schedules with specifics for instructional expectations by the end of the week.  We are in negotiations with teachers regarding some of these final details.

    Next week, Assistant Superintendent Stewart and I will hold open forums for district staff at the beginning of the week, and plan to hold a Town Hall meeting Wednesday, August 12th, at 5:30 pm.  Again, by then, you should have received school schedules and our Reopening of Schools document.  The Zoom meeting link for the Town Hall meeting will be posted on the SVUSD website homepage by Monday, August 10th: 

    As a reminder, all other Santa Cruz County Schools are starting their school year with students between August 12 - 17th.  I acknowledge that other districts have sent information out already, as their school year starts up to 12 days before ours. 

    Our first student day is August 24th.  The later start date has fortunately provided us additional time for planning and negotiations.

    I know folks are frustrated, fearful, and/or just sick of this.  I apologize if it was not clear in the August 3rd letter that there would be additional information forthcoming.  

    We are working to communicate the information that you need as quickly as possible.  SVUSD students are, as always, our first priority, and we are looking forward to a successful start of school.  Thank you for your patience.


    Tanya Krause

    Welcome to the 2020-21 School Year

    Please read the welcome letter from Superintendent Krause: Welcome to the 2020-21 School Year!

    SVUSD Registration Information 2020-21

    In preparation for the 2020-21 school year we are sending the registration instruction letter so that you can complete the necessary forms prior to the various school registration days (REagle Days-BK, Bear Den Days-VH, WEB/Reg-SVMS, SOAR- SVHS). 

    Please note that after you complete the district forms, you will be directed to the school website(s) for the school-specific forms.

    Any questions can be directed to the school offices:

    Brook Knoll Elementary School – 831-423-2454

    Vine Hill Elementary School – 831-438-1090

    Scotts Valley Middle School – 831-438-0610

    Scotts Valley High School 831-439-9555

                                              Current Information                                                   

    SVHS Welcome Back Letter - Includes Distance Learning Schedule - link

    2020-21 SV High School Online Registration Packet - link

    Note:  The SVHS school site packet is a separate part of the registration process from the SV School Districts - both need to be completed

    (Links to Optional/Additional Forms from the Registration packet)

    SOAR Days (Registration and Orientation) Schedule - link

    Bring all old textbooks and library books to return!


    High School Office is Open Mon - Fri 9am - 3pm

    Main Office (831) 439-9555

    Library Book Returns

    If your student is done with their library book and you would like to return it before it gets lost, that is now possible. We have put a library book cart just inside the front doors at the high school office.

    Feel free to stop by during office hours and put the book on the cart. It will get checked in by the librarian. Textbook check in will happen at another time.

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    In an Emergency

    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

    When we are not able to answer our telephones or are unreachable, additional news may be heard by tuning to KSCO am1080 or via local television news stations.

    To Report an absence:

    Attendance (831) 439-9526


    Safety or Behavior Concerns?

    Student Support TipLine

    We're here to help, let us know about cases of bullying, academic dishonesty, mental health issues, drug abuse, etc.