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Gravenstein Union School District

Gravenstein Union School District

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    Important Notice:

    Message from GUSD Administration

    Last week, a School Superintendents’ Meeting was held. One of the topics discussed was
    the Corona Virus. Superintendent Rose brought the information back to share with both staff and parents. A comprehensive letter, in both English and Spanish, is attached to the Monday Message for Feb. 10th.


    At this time, there is low risk to residents of California from novel coronavirus, but we ask
    all GUSD families to take common-sense precautions to prevent the spread of all
    infectious diseases, including the flu.


    1) Students need to stay home when they are sick. Students should be fever-free until
    at least 24 hours after they no longer have a fever- without the use of fever-reducing
    medicine.


    2) Remind your child of regular hand hygiene through handwashing with soap and
    water or use of hand sanitizer.


    3) Remind your child to avoid touching their face, particularly eyes, nose, and mouth.


    4) Teach and encourage proper cough etiquette—cough or sneeze into a tissue, sleeve, or arm (do not use hands).

     

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    District Overview

    Gravenstein Union School District is a Transitional Kindergarten through 8th grade school district with an enrollment of approximately 750 students. The district is located in the southeast rural section of Sebastopol in West Sonoma County.  Approximately 65% of the students attending our schools live outside of the original district boundaries. There are four schools in the district. Gravenstein School is a K-5 charter school with the exception of some first grade classes (called Gravenstein First School). Hillcrest Middle School is a 6th - 8th grade middle school which is a charter school, and the district also has a Community Day School. The district has a K-8 Magnet/GATE Program at both campuses (ENRICH!). The sites reflect the rural nature of the community. The relatively small enrollment at each site, excellent staff and very involved parents have worked together to establish a student body that has achieved some of the highest California state test scores in Sonoma County for the last 15 years.