Santa Cruz City Schools Sponsors Seamless Summer Food Program for Children

Offered at Bay View and Gault Elementary Schools August 4 to August 21

Offered at Branciforte Middle School and Harbor High School June 17 to July 11

Santa Cruz City School announces the sponsorship of the Seamless Summer Food Program for Children. The federally-funded Seamless Summer Program offers a nutritious lunch to any child, age 18 and younger, at no cost to parents. Children simply go to any of the designated sites and ask for a meal.

Children attending school at the site will be served first.  For additional information, including meal times, please see the attached city cafe

Generous Community Supports Outdoor Science School Experience in 2013-14

Thank you 2013-24 Outdoor Science School Business Donors!

The Santa Cruz Education Foundation joins Bay View, Delaveaga, Gault, and Westlake Elementary Schools in thanking local businesses. Their generous contributions provided support and scholarships allowing students to explore science in depth and hands-on. Please patronize their businesses and thank them for their continued support of our students!

These businesses’ partnership made it possible for 360, fifth grade students to attend Science Camp this year. Thank you to the businesses listed below for their generosity, for caring about our students and investing in our future!

Please show your support for our local businesses that give back to the community every day!

Mountain Lions (Full scholarship $275.00)
Dermatology Surgical & Medical Group
Horsnyder Pharmacy and Medical Supply
Laurencin Personal Physicians
New Leaf Community Markets
Redtree Partners LP
Slatter Construction

Great Horned Owls ($99 and above)
Big Creek
Bogner Sheet Metal Heating and Air Conditioning
Bosso Williams
Brinks Awards & Signs
David Klim D.D.S Inc.
Lighthouse Bank
Ocean Honda
Ristorante Avanti
Shopper’s Corner
Shoreline Property Management
Stewart Chiropractic
Tom Ralston Concrete

Banana Slugs ($50)
Bay Federal Credit Union
Bookshop Santa Cruz
Brian Maridon
Crow’s Nest Restaurant
Daivd Lyng & Associates
The Engine Room
Gayle’s Bakery & Rosticceria
Hirsch and Associates
JV Tire & Auto Service
Santa Cruz Police Officers Assoc.
Shadowbrook Restaurant
Sunny Cover Motel
Thacher & Thompson Architects
Wilson Brothers
Zoccoli’s Delicatessen

County Office of Education Sponsors Free Movie Screening of “Fed Up”

Fed Up: It’s Time to Get Real About Food

Saturday, June 7, 2014, 10:30 am, Nickelodeon Theater

From Laurie David, producer of An Inconvenient Truth, and Katie Couric. “A movie that will change the way people think about eating.” USA Today Sponsored by the Santa Cruz County Office of Education, with Special Guest: Robert Lustig MD. Free but must RSVP to reserve seats (limited tickets) please call: 831-466-5822 or 831-466-5820 or by email
Download the flyer.


Santa Cruz City Schools Selects Kris Munro as Interim Superintendent

Munro Succeeds Gary Bloom, who retires June 30, 2014

santa cruz city schools logo 

Ms. Munro has served as an administrator with Santa Cruz City Schools (SCCS) since 2000 in multiple leadership positions including Assistant Principal at Santa Cruz High School, Principal at Ark Alternative High and Monarch Community Elementary Schools, Principal at Branciforte Middle School and as Assistant Superintendent for Educational Services, a position she currently holds.

kris munro

For more information, please see the press release.


Positive Discipline Community Resources: Prepare Your Teen for Their Future

Three Class Series Parenting Classes:  July 12, July 26 & August 9

Cabrillo Extension & the Early Childhood Education Program are teaming up with Santa Cruz County College Commitment (S4C) and Positive Discipline Community Resources to provide specialized parenting classes geared towards building relationships that foster energetic and values-based approaches to helping our young teenagers pursue successful career paths. These classes offer parents the opportunity to learn about the child’s world so as to better understand thoughts, feelings and the decisions children make.

Focusing primarily on the age of middle school teens/pre-teens, these classes will teach parents about the changes that come with this new developmental stage. What’s more, parents will learn how to help their teens navigate the transition from middle school to high school in a way that actively helps prepare them for their futures. Come and gain new understanding of behaviors, discover insight about the physiological changes of the teenage brain, and learn how to foster a sense of capability in your child.

To see a flyer on the class, please follow this link.  To register for classes, please follow this link.


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