Come with us on a tour of Petaluma High School! This year we began an initiative to start sharing our schools to the community through the use of video. Petaluma High School and Casa Grande High School will be the first two videos created in the series. Our goal is to ultimately capture all our schools.
In Petaluma City Schools, our goal is to provide guidance on how students can safely navigate civic engagement while respecting other students’ rights to hold an opposing viewpoint on this issue. To that end, each school site will be communicating with school student leaders to ensure all students’ First Amendment Rights and safety are given the highest priority.
The Wonders adoption for Grades TK - 5 and the StudySync adoption for Grades 6-8 textbooks, ebooks, and supplementary materials are available for public preview through the Educational Services Division at the District Office. The Second Reading and Adoption was at the PCS Board Meeting on Tuesday, January 23, 2018.
The District Office (200 Douglas St.) in Petaluma will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to assist in registering your student into school. For more information, please contact our Communications Coordinator, Ashley Collingwood, at (707) 778-4890 or email@example.com.
All children, regardless of immigration status, have the right to a free public education. Follow the link for more information on this topic. Todos los niños, independientemente de su estatus migratorio, tienen derecho a una educación pública gratuita. Adjunto encontrará más información sobre este tem.
Congratulations to the students from San Antonio High School and Valley Oaks School who attained national recognition for excellent performance on the 2018 National Spanish Examinations.
On March 1st PCS Food Services hosted "Voice Your Choice Petaluma," a food tasting to help develop next year's school menu. Students were bussed to the District Office where they sampled a variety of products.
Two students from Petaluma have been selected to deliver clean energy kits they built to energy-scarce communities in rural Ecuador this spring for PG&E’s Solar Suitcase Program.
On April 14, 2017, musicians from Kenilworth and Petaluma Junior High Schools performed the Star Spangled Banner before the SF Giants game.