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WeTip: Feel Safe in Your School and Your Community

“The Only Thing Necessary for the Triumph of Evil is for Good Men to Do Nothing” – Edmund Burke

You can make a difference at your school. You can have a school that you like to go to. You can have a school where you feel safe. You can help to keep your school safe and free from graffiti, drugs, gangs and vandalism.

Fight back against drugs, gangs, robbery, vandalism, violence and weapons in your school by calling 1-800-78-CRIME or visit: www.wetip.com

To anonymously report an incident , click below    

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WE CARE Makes Over 80 Quilts for Families Impacted By the Clayton Fire

Over eighty hand made quilts were delivered to Lower Lake Elementary this week for families who lost their homes in the Clayton Fire. These quilts were donated by the ladies of WE CARE, a group of 30 plus quilters that help communities that have been affected by disasters.

We truly appreciate your support.

Thank You to Froggy 92.9 for your dontaion to our school

Thank you for Supporting our Students

Lower Lake Elementary students have received an outpour of support after the Clayton Fire.

We would like to think all the organization, near and far, that have helped our students and staff after such a devastating lost. We truly appreciate all that you have done for us!

CAI Cares donates classroom supplies to replenish the supplies that were lost in the Clayton fire.

CAI Cares donates classroom supplies to replenish the supplies that were lost in the Clayton fire.

The Lioness Club generously donated items to LLES after the Clayton Fire.

The Lioness Club generously donated items to LLES after the Clayton Fire.

San Francisco Fire Department donates backpacks and school supplies to students who lost their homes int he Clayton fire.

San Francisco Fire Department donates backpacks and school supplies to students who lost their homes int he Clayton fire.

Thank You to Froggy 92.9 for your dontaion to our school

Thank You to Froggy 92.9 for your dontaion to our school

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Give Us Your Feedback!!

What a summer!!

This year KUSD offered K-7th students extended learning opportunities at the STAR Summer Program.

Did your student participate in the summer program this year? Please let us know how we can improve the program for next year.

Thank you!

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2015-16 LCAP Timeline – KUSD

LCAP CALENDAR
In creating the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), Districts are required to get input from local stakeholders including, parents, school employees, students and community members.  We have scheduled over 25 LCAP meetings for the 2015/16 school year to reach out District wide.  We encourage you to attend an LCAP meeting that is convenient for you and help us develop a strong plan for our District that supports student achievement.
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LLES students hone their engineering skills!!

Engaging Teaching & Learning is the first identified goal as part of Konocti Unified School District’s Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).  Using toothpicks and marshmallows, Mrs. Emberson’s students at LLES learned the importance of building earthquake resistant structures. This activity focused on engineering as a part of LLES S.T.E.A.M.-focused school goals. What a fun and engaging lesson!

S.T.E.A.M.: Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math

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Aquaponics Comes to Lower Lake Elementary

Aquaponics comes to Lower Lake! Aquaponics is a system for farming fish and plants together in a mutually beneficial cycle.

Thank you Lovie’s Garden Supply for donating an Aquaponics system to Lower Lake Elementary School. And thank you Michael Wegner for installing it. We really appreciate it.

The students already love it!

Delayed Start to School Year Approved by School Board – Start Date Monday, August 17th

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Board of Education

August 5, 2015

Our hearts go out to the students, staff, families, and community affected by the Rocky Fire. The District has been in close communication with the Office of Emergency Services (OES) since Friday, July 31, offering support and resources and continuing to be on standby. Safety for our community remains a top priority.

Since the fire started on July 29, 2015, the community has been on high alert. Many of our students, staff, and Konocti families have been under voluntary or mandatory evacuation and some will not have a home to return to. We are hoping that many of the evacuation orders will be lifted sometime next week.

In order to provide some transition time and minimize disruption to the school schedules, the first day of school will be Monday, August 17, 2015.

Next week we will begin working with the evacuation shelters to assure transition and support for those students who continue to be displaced at the start of school. Transportation decisions will be made based on where students are located and school attendance routes should be finalized by Friday, August 14th.

We appreciate everyone’s understanding during this time as we work to accommodate the needs of our students, staff, and families.

First day of school

Monday, August 17, 2015

THANK YOU TO ALL OF THE FIREFIGHTERS AND SUPPORT STAFF

PROTECTING OUR COMMUNITY

Start of School Year Postponed until Aug. 17, 2015

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Office of the Superintendent

August 5, 2015

Our hearts go out to the students, staff, families and community affected by the Rocky Fire. The District has been in close communication with the Office of Emergency Services (OES) since Friday, July 31, offering support and resources and continuing to be on standby. Safety for our community remains a top priority.

Since the fire started on July 29, 2015, the community has been on high alert.  Many of our students, staff and Konocti families have been under voluntary or mandatory evacuation and some will not have a home to return to.  We are hoping that many of the evacuation orders will be lifted sometime next week.

In order to provide some transition time and minimize disruption to the school schedules, the first day of school will be Monday, August 17, 2015.

Next week we will begin working with the evacuation shelters to assure transition and support for those students who continue to be displaced at the start of school.  Transportation decisions will be made based on where students are located and school attendance routes should be finalized by Friday, August 14th.

We appreciate everyone’s understanding during this time as we work to accommodate the needs of our students, staff and families.

Konocti Unified School District will start school on August 17, 2015.

Thank you,

Donna Becnel

Superintendent

THANK YOU TO ALL OF THE FIREFIGHTERS AND SUPPORT STAFF 

PROTECTING OUR COMMUNITY

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KUSD Parent Summit – March 24th, 2018 – RSVP and Get Two Movie Tickets

Mark Your Calendar On Saturday, March 24th, Konocti Unified School District (KUSD) will host a parent/guardian summit from 9am until 1pm at the ...

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