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2019 Spring Spruce Up!
2019 Spring Spruce Up!
Our 2019 Spring Spruce Up was a success. We want to thank all the volunteers who came out to work hard and make our school look beautiful. Thank you AERA Energy and United Way for making this possible.
San Ardo School Continues 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

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

Summer STEM Camp

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 below can be seen getting ready to launch their rockets and experiment with gravity!   

STEM Camp 2019

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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.