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    Husky Life Photographer

    Parent/Students may upload pictures to be considered for inclusion into the yearbook. Upload to website to the right. Thereś even an app to make it easier to upload.






      Big Events
      Duties Date


    Student Activities

    Assist in set up, chaperone dance/school events, assist in clean up.


    (email activities director)

     Activities Director

    (831) 796-7300
    For more information on dates and times. Please email or call.

    Sports Booster

    (Game Day Assistant)

    Duties may include working gate, snack table, or scorekeeping.


    (contact AD)

     Athletic Director

    (831) 796-7300





       General Information  Meetings Contact

    English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC)

    1. The ELAC shall be responsible for advising the principal and staff on programs and services for English learners and the School Site Council on the development of the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA).
    2. The ELAC shall assist the school in the development of:
    1. The school's needs assessment.
    2. Ways to make parents aware of the importance of regular school attendance.

    click here for schedule (ENGLISH)


    click here for schedule (SPANISH)


    Or click here for parent calendar

     EL Specialist

    (831) 796-7300

    extension 8214

    Positive Behavior Intervention System


     "PBIS" is short for Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports. PBIS is a set of ideas and tools that schools use to improve the behavior of students. PBIS uses evidence and data-based programs, practices and strategies to frame behavioral improvement in terms of student growth in academic performance, safety, behavior, and establishing and maintaining positive school culture. PBIS addresses the needs of at-risk students as well as the multi-leveled needs of all students in regards to behavior, which creates an environment for both teaching and learning to occur in schools. In contrast to PBIS, many schools used exclusionary discipline practices including detentions, suspension, or expulsions to separate students from the classroom and from peers. PBIS emphasizes preventing problem behaviors before they happen to increase the opportunity for students to learn by keeping them in the classroom. PBIS is a team-based framework for schools that borrows elements from response to intervention, an intervention that uses diagnostic data to develop personalized learning plans for all students.

    more info


    1st and 2nd Wednesdays of every month  3:30-4:30 Room 312


     PBIS Clerk

    (831) 796-7300

    extension 8295

    School Site Council

     more info

     Last Monday of every month (except December)4:00-5:00pmConference Room in Main Office

    Community Lliason

    (831) 796-7300

    extension 8221