PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that immediately following a public hearing on the matter, a proposed resolution(s) will be considered by the Governing Board of Konocti Unified School District at its regular meeting on January 03, 2018, at 6:15p.m., which if adopted by the Board will implement development fees established by the District against residential construction and reconstruction at $3.48 per square foot and against new commercial or industrial construction at $.56 a square foot. The proposed fees are authorized by Education Code Section 17620 and Government Code Section 65995. Data pertaining to the cost of school facilities is available for inspection during regular business hours at the District’s administrative offices. The fee, if approved by the Governing Board, will become effective on January 4, 2018, which is the day following the proposed adoption of the resolution levying such fee by the Governing Board
Check Out the New School Menu App
You can easily view information about what is on our school menu for breakfast and lunch each day. You can see an image and description for food items, as well as nutrition and allergen information. Our innovative and interactive site and mobile app make our school menus more convenient and informative than ever before!
Our innovative and interactive site and mobile app make our school menus more convenient and informative than ever before!
Konocti Unified School District was presented with a donation of $6400 by the Lake County Wine Alliance. Each year the Wine Alliance holds an auction and 1/3 of all profits go to high school programs in Lake County to support the arts departments including music, band, theater and art. Konocti Unified School District would like to thank the Lake County Wine Alliance and their sponsors for their support of students. Visit www.winealliance.org for more information about their work and events.
PARENTS: Please take a few minutes and fill out the School Climate Survey for Parents and Guardians (collected annually).
This survey is an opportunity for you to help this school and district by sharing your opinions about it.
Your answers will be completely private and unknown to others.
Your opinions are important, and the school is interested in hearing them.
If you have more than one child in school, please complete one survey for each child.
School Climate Survey
Thank you to all the donors that provided gift cards to our families that were impacted by the Sulphur Fire.
All Konocti Unified Schools will be re-opened on Monday, Oct. 16, 2017. Schools and buses will run on their regular schedules.
Konocti Unified School District Office
Konocti Unified School District is continuing to have school closure at all school sites for Wednesday, October 11th. We plan on re-opening all schools except Pomo Elementary on Thursday, October 12th.
Pomo Elementary has been inspected, has received no damage and is in excellent condition. The school is located inside the evacuation area and is without power. Once access and power are available, we will update everyone with an expected re-opening date.
Continue to be safe.
Konocti Unified School District Office
All Konocti Unified School District Schools are closed Monday, October 9, 2017 and Tuesday, October 10, 2017 due to the wildfires. Please stay safe. We will send out updated information as it is available.
Konocti Unified District Office
Come to our Substitute Teacher Event to find out how you can become a substitute teacher for Konocti Unified School District.
Safe Viewing Warning For the Eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017
Unless you are wearing special eclipse glasses, do not look directly at the Sun during the partial phases of the eclipse. It is still unsafe even when the Sun is more than 99% covered by the Moon.
Basic Eclipse Observing
Young child warning: Young children ordinarily won’t stare at the Sun because it hurts too much. However, as sunlight dims during a partial eclipse, it will not hurt as much as normal. As a result, you must closely monitor children to make sure they do not risk damaging their eyes by staring at the Sun during the partial phases of the eclipse.
You know it’s not safe to look directly at the Sun on a normal day, and eclipse day is no different. This means you have two basic options for observing a solar eclipse:
- Use a projection technique, such as shining sunlight through pinholes in a sheet of paper onto the ground, so that you can watch the progress of the Sun without looking directly at the Sun.
- Use proper eye protection that is specially designed to allow you to look safely at the Sun. Do not use ordinary sunglasses or any other type of homemade filter! You will know your eye protection is safe if it is certified to meet the “ISO 12312-2 international standard” — but even then, it is safe only if it is undamaged and unscratched.
From 9am –1pm PT on Monday, NASA will film from 12 cities for its feature “Eclipse Across America: Through the Eyes of NASA”. The program will air on NASA TV, Facebook Live, YouTube, and Twitch.