| DISTRICT OFFICE AND SCHOOL CLOSURE
(updated: May 22, 2020 at 8:30 am)
Please continue to check this website for school closure updates. Due to limited staff, please email general school closure questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a voicemail at (619) 258-2300.
We miss you and hope you are finding ways to connect with friends and family during this difficult time. We know you have been waiting to hear about our plans for the remainder of the school year. Since the San Diego County Public Health orders are written “until further notice” and based on social distancing expectations in these orders, we will not be able to re-open this school year for traditional, in-person classes but will continue delivering our remote learning plan through our last day of school, June 10.
Please read, and follow the links below, for the most current information on promotion, report cards, the next school year, remote learning, and student meals:
We have a District committee preparing details for promotion. Site-based promotion activities include a video presentation shared digitally with families, promotion "parades" using personal vehicles, and 8th grade promotion yard signs.
Report Cards Mailed Home:
Students will receive a final report card for the year with written comments from the teacher(s). Students will not receive a standards-based or letter grade for Trimester 3. If your student has multiple junior high teachers, he/she will receive written comments in the four major content areas: English language arts, mathematics, science, and history
Next School Year:
Our planned first day of school for the 2020-21 school year is Wednesday, August 19. Based on the rapid changes we’ve all been experiencing, it is hard to predict exactly what school will look like on August 19. However, within the next week, parents of Kindergarten – Grade 7students will receive a letter regarding a new District process called “Annual Information Renewal”. This year’s annual renewal process will include:
• instructions on how to update your contact information in our student information system;
• your family’s intent to return to Santee School District in the fall.
Santee School District's Remote Learning Program
Two weeks of content has been provided so students and teacher can all learn how to work and communicate remotely before your student's teacher launches his/her own instructional program.
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Center for Mindfulness
(Dept of Family Medicine and Public Health - UCSD School of Medicine)
Susan Beale, Rio Seco School
Emily Hensley, Cajon Park
Emily is a Junior High Teacher at Cajon Park School with over 10 years of service in the teaching profession. Emily will represent our District in the 2021 County-wide Teacher of the Year competition.
Ed Gigliotti, Educational Service Dept.
Ed has worked for the District as a school counselor since 2010, at Pepper Drive, PRIDE Academy, Carlton Oaks, and Santee Success Program. He is the first K-8 school counselor to be selected in San Diego County.
The District is now accepting applications for membership on its Independent Citizen’s Oversight Committee. This committee oversees the expenditure of Measure S General Obligation Bond funds.
If you are interested in serving, please click HERE to complete an application. Applications will be accepted in person at the District Office or by email to email@example.com. Open until filled.
Thank you for taking your time to complete the 2019-20 school/family engagement survey. Survey questions were developed to better understand community perception of:
The Santee School District is committed to providing a great place for students to learn and for parents to send their children for a quality education. Survey data was shared with the Board of Education on January 21, 2020 and will also be shared as stakeholder feedback in the development of the 2020-21 Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).