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    (updated: March 26, 2020 at 2:35 pm)

    While there are no known cases of COVID-19 in Santee, in an abundance of caution and in consultation with the San Diego County Office of Education, Santee School District schools and district offices will be closed through the end of regularly scheduled spring break with plans to return on Monday, April 13th.

    Please continue to check this website for school closure updates.  Due to limited staff, please email general school closure questions to:  info@santeesd.net or leave a voicemail at (619) 258-2300.

    During the school closure, free meals will be available for all children who live in our community. A drive thru service is set up at our Central Kitchen location at 9880 River Walk Drive.   Meals are available Monday - Friday, through April 10, from 11:00 am -1:00 pm. Children need to be present to receive meals and each child may take one lunch, and one breakfast for the next day. There will be no congregate feeding all meals will be taken and consumed off site.


    If your child brought home a District-issued iPad
    Your child’s District-issued iPad includes a number of curricular apps used in our daily instruction to support student learning. These apps will continue to be available for our students while they are at home. All student iPads were also sent optional enrichment activity materials.

    If your child did NOT bring home a District-issued iPad
    If your child did not bring his/her iPad home and you wish to receive these materials, either in electronic or print format, please go to: www.santeesd.net/supportresources

    Click here for Cox Communications Internet Access Support

    Talking with Children about Coronavirus

    Counseling Resources - How to help your child cope during changing times

    Community Mental Health Resources


    EOY 2020

    Susan Beale, Rio Seco School
    District Classified Employee of the Year

    Susan is a Food Service Worker I-A at Rio Seco School  with over 16 years of service in Santee School District.   Susan will represent our District in the 2020 County-wide Classified Employee of the Year competition.


    Emily Hensley, Cajon Park
    District Teacher-of the-Year

    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.
    San Diego County Elementary School Counselor of the Year

    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.


    ICOC 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 evonn.avila@santeesd.netOpen until filled.


    Thank You Thank you

    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:

    • District expectations of student learning
    • Communication to parents and the community
    • Emotional and physical safety of students
    • Engagement of parents and families in the educational process

    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).

    Click on the link following link to access the survey results:
    School/Family Engagement Survey