Santa Cruz City Schools is composed of an elementary and a high school district governed by a common Board of Education and a general administrative staff. There are six schools serving nearly 2,200 students in the elementary district, including a Dual Immersion Program. The secondary district includes two middle schools, three comprehensive high schools, a continuation school, an independent studies program and a home school program with a combined population of approximately 4,660 students. Our Santa Cruz Adult School has approximately 1,500 enrolled students. One of our district goals is to recruit, select, and retain outstanding employees to educate and serve the students of Santa Cruz City Schools. As an employee of Santa Cruz City Schools, you will be joining an outstanding team of dedicated professionals who continue to strive to meet the needs of all of our students.
Santa Cruz is located on northern California's world famous Monterey Bay. The temperate climate draws people from all over the nation. A small city with a population of approximately 54,600, Santa Cruz offers countless attractions to the resident or visitor including beaches, wooded hills, beautiful parks, fine restaurants and clubs, a wide variety of local events, music, theater and other entertainment, a flourishing cultural scene featuring art galleries, craft shops, diverse print media… and more. The local economy is based primarily on tourism, serving community needs, and non-polluting small industries. We have a strong community that supports public education. We invite you to join our Santa Cruz community!
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A complaint is a written statement alleging discrimination, harassment, or a violation of a federal or state law or regulation. A complaint must be filed by way of the Uniform Complaint Procedures (UCP) as written in the California Code of Regulations, Title 5, sections 4600-4687. Issues that may involve filing a complaint using the UCP are under various state and federal programs that use categorical funds such as Adult Education, Career Technical Education, Child Development, Consolidated Categorical Programs, Indian Education, Migrant Education, Nutrition Education, and Special Education. More info
TITLE IX REGULATIONS
Every school district that receives federal funding is required to designate and/or adequately train at least one employee to coordinate the recipient's Title IX responsibilities. Title IX regulations also require that the names and contact information of each Title IX Coordinator be made public by the educational institution.
It is the policy of Santa Cruz City Schools District to ensure that all individuals are treated equally and that no person shall, on the basis of race, color, national origin, political affiliation, religion, marital status, sex, age, or disability, be excluded from participation or denied the benefits of any program or service or otherwise subjected to treatment that is different than that provided to others.
Complaints alleging noncompliance with this policy of discrimination should be directed to the Title IX Coordinators: