To reduce the spread of COVID 19, Governor Gavin Newsom and State Superintendent Tony Thurmond advised that school should continue to take place via distance learning rather than on school campuses throughout the remainder of the 2019-20 school year in California. We will follow our academic calendars for the end of the school year under distance learning conditions.
As a way to communicate with our parents and greater school community, our history, government, and economics teacher, Mr. Anderson, has put together Facebook pages for both Carpe Diem and Sonoma Mountain High School. We’ve sent out invitations to all our families, in hopes of keeping them in the loop regarding what is going on at our schools. Click Learn More below for the links to join us!
We participated in Bite of Reality with Sonoma Mountain High School, San Antonio High School, Valley Oaks High School, and RISE Academy. Students got to simulate the responsibilities of adulthood by taking on a role and being tasked with purchasing all the essential goods and services of a functioning adult.
Noah Pacheco from Sonoma Mountain High School and Lindsey Boyd from Carpe Diem High School went on a 12-day service learning trip to Ecuador where they delivered We Share Solar® Suitcases to a remote village in the in the Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest.
On January 30, 2019, Petaluma City Schools’ administrators were invited to participate in a public inquiry and conversation on Diversity, Anti-Bias, and Inclusivity in Petaluma City Schools. To read the full article, click "Learn More" below.
Congratulations to Tim Colvin, transportation mechanic extraordinaire, for your 40 years of service! This morning, Marcia Short and Matthew Harris presented Mr. Colvin with a 40-year service pin. Thank you for your service! Click Learn More below to read the Argus Courier's article on Tim Colvin.
PCS will work in close partnership with the Petaluma Health Care District and many community partners on new programs, which include...