GO RED for Red Ribbon Week! October 24-28, 2016
Activities planned daily at all schools within the District for Red Ribbon Week. This campaign is an alcohol, tobacco, and other drug & violence prevention awareness initiative observed annually. This year's theme: "YOLO (You Only Live Once) Be Drug Free" will teach students about being committed to being drug-free & highlighting the importance of avoiding drugs.
Monday, October 24th – Friday, October 28th – Dress Up Days and Lunch Time Rallies!
Friday, October 28th – All School Rally in McMahan from 12:04-12:43 p.m. Parade on Main Street at 3:45 p.m. Halftime Show at the football game at approximately 8:30 p.m.
Saturday, October 29th – Homecoming Dance in the McMahan Gym.
During the 2016-2017 school year, a special cafeteria program will be in place at all schools. Each student will be provided one breakfast meal and one lunch meal at NO COST. All meals will be provided to your child at NO COST for the 2016-2017 school year regardless of the eligibility determination of the lunch application.
In order to provide meals at NO COST, we need your help. We are requesting that all parents and/or guardians for students at all schools in the District complete a household lunch application, except those directly certified or migrant. One application per household. New this year! Parents may complete the lunch application online by visiting: http://spusd.vcoe.org/fsonline/
For questions and/or assistance in completing the Meal Application, please call Sandee Alamillo at (805) 933-8817 or Suzanne Stamp at (805) 933-8838.
Please remember these helpful tips during the school year:
Please bring in appropriate documentation of any health or medication changes and update phone numbers in the office during the school year.
*****If your child suddenly becomes ill or injured, we need current parent/emergency contact information to inform of care or treatment options.
Santa Paula Unified School District
Health Services/District Nurse
Please be advised that street signs have now been posted on Palm Court. Staff and visitors are restricted from parking in all areas on Palm Court except for:
All other areas are restricted and those vehicles parked without a permit will be issued a citation at owners expense. Parking at 41 & 42 Palm Court has been for now reserved for Cal-staff and their visitors such as parents/grandparents who need to pick up the children from day care.