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The Board meeting scheduled for April 12, 2017 has been canceled due to spring vacation.  The next regularly schedule meeting will be held on May 10, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. in the library. 

San Ardo School Launches Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Program

  PLTW is a national educational organization that prepares students to be the most innovative and productive leaders in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) and to make meaningful, pioneering contributions to our world.  

More information regarding PLTW can be located at: http://www.pltw.org/news/media-center/media-kit

The San Ardo Board of Trustees, school staff members, families, and students are forever grateful to Chevron for providing this tremendous opportunity!

2016-2017 Parent Input for the Local Control and Accountability Plan

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Contact Us:


Catherine Reimer, Ed.D.


Nayeli Camacho,

District Administrative Assistant

Fax: 831-627-2078

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April 2017

Lunch and Breakfast

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Child Find - Special Education

San Ardo Union Elementary School District seeks to find and serve all student living within it's district boundaries who may have Special Needs and require Special Education.  If you believe you child between the ages of 0 - 21 may have Special Education needs, please contact the District at 831-627-2520.


California Education Code 56300:  A local educational agency shall actively and systematically seek out all individuals with exceptional needs, from birth to age 21 years of age, inclusive, including children not enrolled in public school programs, who reside in a school district or are under the jurisdiction of a special education local plan area or a county office of education.

Project Lead The Way in Action!

Students below explore the various parts of the VEX Robotics kit (how they can be connected, which pieces are compatible) and practice the engineering design process. Students were given criteria and constraints to create a toy.  They then followed the engineering design process to explore ideas, design the toy, build the model, and then evaluate and explain their design. Students worked collaboratively in teams of three to complete their designs! 

San Ardo had the opportunity to host a Summer STEM Camp for the south Monterey County Schools.  Thanks to a donation from Chevron Corporation and through efforts of the Monterey County Office of Education this unique experience was brought to students in the area! 

Students had the ability to explore Forensics, Physics, Earth Science, and Real World Science with instructors from the Monterey County Office of Education.  Students pictured above can be seen launching their rockets and experimenting with gravity!   


Mobile Oilfield Learning Unit Comes to San Ardo 

San Ardo fifth through eighth grade students were given the opportunity to explore hands-on activities and projects about energy, technology, and sciences involved with the oil and gas industry.  This program was made available thanks to a donation from Chevron.  

The Mobile Oilfield Learning Unit (MOLU) is a 1.2 million dollar engaging traveling exhibit.
It features six self contained learning centers with curriculum-based, hands-on activities about
energy and the technologies and sciences involved with the oil and gas industry. The curriculum
for each of the 24 activities is based on national and Texas state standards (TEKS). Although the
MOLU is geared to 5th grade students, it is also appropriate for other age groups. 


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San Ardo Falcons participate in volleyball and soccer tournament against other small school districts.

Toys For Tots Program with the United States Marine Corps.