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    Update from the Superintendent - September 21st

    Dear SVUSD Community,

    Recently, updated guidance came out from Public Health related to Sports and Extracurricular Activity Requirements  - please see the letter from the Santa Cruz County Superintendents related to that information.  Please note that we are required to follow the guidelines published by Public Health.  We know that not all parents are in agreement with these requirements, but sending out mean-spirited emails or threats to our staff will not change the requirements that we are expected to uphold.

    Additionally, SVUSD has posted our COVID Dashboard data on the District's website.  The Dashboard will be updated weekly, and can be found on the District website homepage at the top of the right-hand column.

    We continue to implement regular bi-weekly PCR testing at all of our school sites, and we encourage you to have your students participate. 

    Thank you for helping us keep students and staff as safe as we can on our campuses.  We understand that this is a collaborative effort and we appreciate your participation.

    Best regards,

    Tanya Krause, Superintendent

    Drive Through COVID-19 Testing Locations

    Please see this flyer for information on free drive through COVID-19 testing (symptomatic and asymptomatic PCR testing):  COVID-19 testing flyer

    Letter from the Santa Cruz County Superintendents - September 1st

    Dear SVUSD Community,

    Our educational community has suffered a very sad loss.  

    The Santa Cruz County Superintendents gathered together in unity to send this communication in support, and in response, to this tragic event.  We are collectively assisting Aptos High School and want to remind everyone how important it is to check in with kids about these serious kinds of events.  

    Our collective letter is attached.

    Most sincerely,

    Tanya Krause
    Superintendent

    Update from the Superintendent - August 27th

    Hello Scotts Valley Community,

    We’re a little over two weeks into this new school year and while we are excited to see students back on campus, our site teams have spent a significant amount of time focusing on being trained to administer site-based COVID testing, being trained on the multiple required communications and data entry for CDPH, and unfortunately, not able to spend as much time focusing on how we normally kick off the school year.

    In the past two weeks, there have been many changes starting on the first day of school with the Public Health Order, and CDPH continuing to make alterations and changes to processes and procedures with requirements for schools. I have asked the site administrators to be in more direct communication with their school communities as situations differ from site to site.

    Please know that it is our intent to be communicative, but we have been focusing on addressing the new regulations, doing our very best to keep students and staff safe, and adhering to the new requirements.  Please read the letter from the County Superintendents.

    We are pleased to see students participating in school, athletics, drama, and outdoor activities.

    All school sites will be holding their back-to-school nights in the near future and you will be hearing more from them about the specific details.

    The staff has been working hard to learn and transition to the new student information system and we continue to work out the kinks. This year our district is focusing on common assessments to support teaching and intervention. Teachers across the district are currently working to assess students and determine how to best support them in content areas. Middle and High School teachers are using various assessment tools to monitor student progress on standards. Elementary teachers are assessing students’ reading, writing, and math, to determine how best to shore up areas of need and support students’ academic growth. Additionally, our elementary teachers recently participated in a refresher on literacy assessments.

    Thank you for your ongoing support, flexibility, and patience as we continue to experience new ways of doing things.

    Sincerely,

    Tanya Krause, Superintendent

     

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    School Office Hours:

    Monday - Friday
    7:00am - 4:00pm

    General Questions:
    Front Office (831) 439-9555 

    To Report an absence:
    Attendance (831) 439-9526

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    Fall Play
    CLUE
    Haunted House
    Haunted House
    Kiwanis
    Music at silatnen
    Homecoming 

    Sept 24th Rally Schedule:

     Period 1:   7:40-8:30   
     Period 3:    8:35-9:47   
          Rally:    9:57-10:57
          Break:   10:57-11:12
       Period 5:   11:17-12:30
         Lunch:   12:30-1:00
    Period 7:    1:05-2:15

    DRESS UP DAYS:
    Monday: 
    "Merica Monday" (dress up in your red, white, and blue)
    Tuesday:  "Too Tired Tuesday"  (pj's or comfy clothes)
    Wednesday:  "Wild Wednesday" (wacky dress up)
    Thursday:  "Hoedown Throwdown Thursday" (western attire)
    Friday: Class Theme Day

    Friday 9/24:
    Rally end of 3rd period
    Homecoming Court Voting start of 5th period
    Club Carnival starts at 4:30pm-7:30pm
    JV Football Game 5pm and Varsity at 7:30pm
    Floats and court during halftime of the varsity game

    Saturday 9/25:  
    Dance in the quad 7:30-10pm

    Regular Bell Schedule
    Bell Schedule
    School Calendar

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    2022 Senior Portraits (click image)
    Portraits
    School Award Logos
    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.

    SVUSD Food Services

    SVUSD Food Services will begin Thursday, August 12th at all sites.

    All Independent Study students are eligible to pick up weekly meals. If enrolled in IS, please contact Jenn Rasmussen for meal pick up information.

    School Year Contact: 
     jrasmussen@scottsvalleyusd.org 

    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.

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