Board

Board Members

To email one board member - click on email link listed in individual contact info

To email all board members, send a message to sccsboardmembers@sccs.net

 

 

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Jeremy Shonick
Area I/City of Santa Cruz 
Term Expires 2018
jshonick@sccs.net
(831) 425-3820

 

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Deborah Tracy-Proulx
Area I City of Santa Cruz
Term Expires 2018
dtracyproulx@sccs.net
(831) 251-0943

 

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Sheila Coonerty
Area I/City of Santa Cruz
Term Expires 2020
scoonerty@sccs.net
(831) 454-9449

 

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Deedee Perez-Granados
Board Vice President
Area II/ Outside City
Term Expires 2018
dperez-granados@sccs.net
(831) 498-9434

 


 

Claudia Vestal
Board President
Area II/Outside City
Term Expires 2020
cvestal@sccs.net
(831) 476-1728

 

Cynthia Ranii

 

Cindy Ranii
Area III/At Large
Term Expires 2018
cranii@sccs.net
(831) 419-6427

 

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Patricia Threet                                                         
Area II/Outside City
Term Expires 2020        
pthreet@sccs.net
(831)419-7715

 

Santa Cruz City Schools is governed by a seven-member Board of Education. Meetings are usually held twice each month on Wednesdays.

Board Governance Standards 

Meeting Dates and Locations

Check the "Agenda, Board Books & Minutes & Recordings" page for meeting dates and locations.

How to Request An Item on the Board Meeting Agenda

Requests from members of the public shall be in writing and be submitted to the Superintendent or designee with supporting documents and information, if any, at least 12 days before the scheduled meeting date. The Board president and Superintendent shall decide whether a request is within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Board. Items not within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Board may not be placed on the agenda. In addition, the Board president and Superintendent shall determine if the item is merely a request for information or whether the issue is covered by an existing policy or administrative regulation before placing the item on the agenda.

The Superintendent will communicate with the member of the public about when a requested item will be placed on an agenda or if it has been determined that an item is not within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Board.

The Board president and Superintendent shall decide whether an agenda item is appropriate for discussion in open or closed session, and whether the item should be an action item subject to Board vote, an information item that does not require immediate action, or a consent item that is routine in nature and for which no discussion is anticipated.


Goals and Objectives, 2017-18

 

Annually, the district and the Board of Education jointly develop goals and objectives that guide their decisions regarding policy, programs and budget allocations.

Vision Statement – Create and support a learning environment that challenges and enables students to achieve their highest potential.

Core Values – We believe...

  • that every person has intrinsic worth

  • in treating people with dignity and respect

  • that high standards and expectations foster greater achievement

  • that people thrive in safe environments

  • that each of us shares responsibility for the welfare of our community

  • that diversity is an asset in our community

  • that honesty and integrity are essential in building relationships

  • that schools must provide access and equity

  • in the critical role that public schools play in our democracy

Strategic Goals

1.  All SCCS students will be college-ready and will successfully access post secondary educational and career opportunities.

2.  SCCS will create positive, engaging school environments that promote the development of cognitive skills and the emotional social well-being of all students.

3.  We will eliminate the achievement gaps that currently exist between demographic groups within the SCCS student community.

4.  We will develop a highly collaborative, professional culture focused on supporting effective teaching.

5.  SCCS will maintain a balanced budget and efficient and effective management.

6.  SCCS will maintain strong communication and partnerships with its diverse community.

 

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