Rancho San Justo
1201 Rancho Dr., Hollister, CA 95023
Parent Involvement Opportunities We welcome you!
Oportunidades de participación de los padres
¡Te damos la bienvenida!
I.M.P.A.C.T.Inclusive, Motivated, Parents, Administrators, Community Team - Solutions-Oriented
IMPACTOInclusivo, motivado, padres, administradores, equipo comunitario - Orientado a soluciones
Wednesday, October 23rd 5:30pm - 6:30pm in the library
Miércoles 21 de noviembre de 2019 5:30 - 6:30 pm en la biblioteca
PTO/8th Grade Parent Meeting
Wednesday, October 23rd 6:30pm - 7:30pm in the library
Miércoles 21 de noviembre 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm en la biblioteca
Created by and for teens, this website is a place for middle and high school students to find ways to address bullying, to take action, to be heard, and to own an important social cause. A few of the highlights include:
- Learn how to recognize bullying behavior.
- Explore methods to respond effectively.
- Common points of view about bullying.
- Language is Important: The way we talk about people impacts how we think about them.
- Reasons Teens Don’t Tell: Learn some of the reasons and a way to reframe the conversation.
- Real Teens Speak Out: Stories from teens and for teens.
- Peer (School) Projects: Ideas for school – and community – engagement.
Cell phones MUST be turned off and kept in the backpack prior to the students entering the gates in the morning. Also, cell phones may NOT be out of the backpack and turned back on until the end of the day, after the bell rings and only after the student exits the gates.
Los teléfonos celulares DEBEN estar apagados y guardados en la mochila antes de que los estudiantes entren a las puertas por la mañana. Los teléfonos celulares pueden no estar fuera de la mochila y volver a encenderse hasta el final del día después de que suene la campana y solo después de que el estudiante salga de las puertas.
Title IX NotificationFor students, employees, parents or guardians of its students, school and district advisory committees, appropriate private school officials or representatives, and other interested parties
A Policy against Discrimination Based on Sex Hollister Elementary School District is committed to providing educational programs, activities and services that are free from unlawful discrimination based on actual or perceived legally protected characteristics, or association with a person or group with one or more of such characteristics, including sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, and gender expression, as required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. (cf. 1312.1 - Complaints Concerning District Employees)(cf. 1312.3 - Uniform Complaint Procedures)
District’s Title IX Coordinator: Kip Ward, Director of Student ServicesHollister Elementary School District2690 Cienega Road, Hollister, CA 95023 (831) 630-6300, ext. 322
Additional Information - Title IX
Child Find Federal Requirements: 20 USC Section 1412(a) (3) (A-B), 34 CFR Sections 300.125.300.4512 California Requirements: EC 56301, 56343.51, 56500.3, 56502
Child Find Requisitos federales: 20 USC Sección 1412 (a) (3) (A-B), 34 CFR Secciones 300.125.300.4512 Requisitos de California: EC 56301, 56343.51, 56500.3, 56502
Homeless Services (McKinney-Vento)
Who is considered eligible for homeless assistance and services?
Any child or youth who lacks a fixed, regular and adequate night-time residence is considered homeless and McKinney-Vento eligible for assistance and services. This includes temporarily sharing housing with others, living in bus or train stations, hotels, campgrounds, or similar settings.
If you have a child who may qualify for assistance and would like more information, please contact our district office at 831-630-6300.
Additional information on education for homeless youth is available on the National Center for Homeless Education website.
Model positive digital citizenship!
¡Séa el que sobresale! ¡Séa el cambio que quiere ver!
Be an Upstander! Be the change that you want to see!
¡Séa el que Sobresale! ¡Séa el cambio que quiere ver!