Dear Elkhorn School parents, It is truly an honor and privilege to serve as principal of Elkhorn School and part of North Monterey County Unified School District. I began my career in education in North Monterey County Unified School District 20 years ago where I started as a 1st grade bilingual teacher at Prunedale Elementary School. I have been at Elkhorn School for 13 years, 3 as assistant principal and 10 as principal. During the 20 years I have also been a mentor for our beginning teachers and a bilingual literacy coach for the district. I can honestly say that we have the best kids, families, staff and community that really support students and their success in learning and becoming responsible adults.
Most parents send their kids to the closest possible school to their residence. But what happens when the closest school is outside of the district? Eight petitioners, living just off of Crazy Horse Canyon Road, want the Monterey County Office of Education to take a good look at that very question,
All public school students in North Monterey County have free school meals for another school year, intended to help a region that is experiencing high levels of youth homelessness and family poverty.
Last year, large public school districts
A group of local school board members and superintendents took part in a professional development training course that took at least a year to complete. But, Wendy Root Askew said completing the program just goes with the territory of running for elected office.
In an effort to reduce instances of allergies like peanut allergies, adverse dairy reactions or other medical needs resulting from food, and to make sure our students received the healthiest options, we are asking parents to resist bringing outside snacks and treats to the classroom and instead opt for our healthy options from our Child Nutrition Department.
If you believe you have found a snack that meets all the nutrition requirements please come see us so that we can get approval from our Child Nutrition Department.
Click here for our --> Smart Snack Order Form
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En un esfuerzo para reducir los casos de alergias como alergias a los cacahuetes, reacciones adversas a los productos lácteos o otras necesidades medicas sobre la comida, y asegurarnos de que nuestros estudiantes reciban las opciones más saludables, les pedimos a los padres que se resistan traer bocadillos y golosinas y opten por opciones saludables de nuestro Departamento de Nutrición Infantil.
Si cree que ha encontrado un bocadillo que cumple con todos los requisitos de nutrición, por favor visítenos para que podamos obtener la aprobación de nuestro Departamento de Nutrición Infantil.
haga clic aquí para nuestra --> Forma de Orden para Bocadillos
Wednesdays are early Release days, all students are released at 1:40 p.m.
Elkhorn Office Hours are from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Every day
2:55 PM SPIRIT ASSEMBLY
Keeping Our Schools Safe is a Top Priority:
A reminder to students, parents and community members to report any concerns regarding school safety to the school principal and/or our School Resource Officer, Deputy Coronado at (831) 633-5221 ext 3262 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You are also encouraged to use the district's Tip Line found on the home page of the district website www.nmcud.org. All concerns and tips will be follow-up on.
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Mantener nuestras escuelas seguras es una prioridad principal:
Un recordatorio para los estudiantes, los padres y los miembros de la comunidad a que informen cualquier inquietud con respecto a la seguridad escolar al director de la escuela y / o a nuestro Oficial de Recursos Escolares, Deputado Coronado al (831) 633-5221 ext 3262 o al correo electrónico email@example.com. También se le recomienda utilizar la Línea de Información del distrito que se encuentra en la página de inicio del sitio web del distrito www.nmcud.org. Todas las inquietudes y consejos serán seguidos.