District News

September 18, 2017

More Info on DACA

As a Follow up to the letter you received on September 5th, the West Sonoma County Union High School district would like to make all families aware of an important free resource provided by the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors, the Sonoma County Counsel and the Sonoma County Office of Education, which will be held on September 20, 23, and 28. Click on the title above for more information.

September 5, 2017

DACA Letter from Superintendent Kellner

President Donald J. Trump announced today that his administration will phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program by March 2018. DACA was established in 2012 by President Barack Obama with the goal of allowing young people to contribute to the communities they know as home without fear of being deported. I recognize that this uncertainty can create anxiety and raise many questions for undocumented students and their families. To assist, WSCUHSD is providing the following information and resources. Please click on the above link for more information.

August 17, 2017

Superintendent’s Welcome 2017-2018

This is an exciting time as we welcome our students, teachers and staff back to Analy, El Molino, Laguna and for the first time the ​West County Charter Middle School​! After 108 years educating high school students we are thrilled to welcome our first group of 7th and 8th graders. For more info click on title.

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About West Sonoma County Union High School District

The West Sonoma County Union High School District is located in Western Sonoma County stretching from the rural orchards and dairies north of Petaluma on up the coast to the historic reaches of Fort Ross. The largest residential area in the District is the city of Sebastopol, located fifty miles north of San Francisco and 10 miles west of Santa Rosa.

The District lies within the world famous wine, grape, and apple producing region of Sonoma County. North of Sebastopol the communities of Forestville, Cazadero, Graton, Guerneville, Occidental and Monte Rio offer a slower paced life style for middle-income families who work in the area. A growing trend sees more families moving north from the congestion and pace of the larger urban areas of the San Francisco Bay.