Del Norte Community

"Equipping Students for Success"

  • DNCOE (LCAP) Survey for  Parents and Community Members

    It is officially LCAP season. The LCAP is the Local Control & Accountability Plan. This plan details how designated state funds will be spent to benefit, specifically, students who are homeless, receiving foster youth services, or are English learners.  Many of the items in the LCAP, such as counseling, transportation, district preschool, and music, among others, also serve all students.

    The survey is designed to get your input, whether you are a staff member, parent, or community member, about how our district should prioritize its needs and focus its efforts over the course of the next few years. The survey will be open for responses for ten days: from May 2nd, until Friday, May 13th. It should take less than five minutes to complete. If you are interested in taking this survey, you can click below:

    Del Norte County Office of Education LCAP Survey

    We appreciate your participation and feedback!

  • E3 Summer Youth Program, Want a Summer Job? Pick up an application at DN High, Sunset High, Castle Rock, Community School

  •  

    2021-2022 Daily Schedule

    Regular Day and Monday Articulation Day Schedule

    8:00 - 8:30

    Breakfast

    8:30 - 9:15

    Osprey Dive (45)

    9:15 - 9:20

    Break (5)

    9:20 - 10:50

    Period 1 (90)

    Elective Pull out (45)

    10:50 - 11:00

    Break (10)

    11:00 - 12:30

    Period 2 (90)

    Elective Pull out (45)

    12:30 - 1:00

    Lunch (30)

    1:00 - 1:30

    Osprey Debrief and clean (30)

     

    Minimum Day Schedule

    8:00 - 8:30

    Breakfast

    8:30 - 9:15

    Osprey Dive (45)

    9:15 - 9:20

    Break (5)

    9:20 - 10:50

    Period 1 (90)

    Elective Pull out (45)

    10:50 - 10:55

    Break (5)

    10:55 - 12:25

    Period 2 (90)

    Elective Pull out (45)

    12:25 - 12:35

    Lunch (10)

    12:35 - 12:45

    Osprey Debrief and clean (15)


      

     

    Hands, Face, Space, and Home - Help Keep Del Norte Open

    There are many perspectives on COVID-19 in our community, but we must ask that we all work together, in order to keep our schools open.

    Schools in California are subject to state and local law and Public Health mandates. In order for our schools to remain open, we must meet the requirements set forth by those institutions.

    That is why we also ask that you remember the following:
    Hands, Face, Space, and Home
    Wash your hands, wear your mask, physically distance, and stay at home if you’re sick.

    If you travel out of the area or host visitors from out of the area and have children in Del Norte Schools, the District asks that you keep your children home for 14 days after you return from travel or your guests leave. We recommend that you request independent study for any school days that your child may miss.

    It’s in everyone’s interest, to help #KeepDNopen.

    Remember - Hands, Face, Space, and Home

    This is not forever, just for now.

    Keep DN Open Wash Hands Cover Face Give Space Stay Home when sick

  • Visit the Adult Education page by clicking here...  

    Adult Education Information

Announcements

Upcoming Events

  • There are no upcoming events to display.

View Calendar

School News

Principal's Corner

Phone: 707.464.0750

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Mr. Randy Fugate

Welcome to Del Norte Community School, Home of the Ospreys!

We believe all students are capable of success. Our goal is to identify and address the needs and strengths of each student in a safe, respectful academic environment. We encourage students to pursue their academic goals with their individual interests in mind. At Community School, daily attendance is extremely important, homework is available for all students, and good behavior is expected by everyone. 

 School attendance is mandatory until the age of 18, and many of our students have attendance contracts. There are direct correlations between school attendance, student performance, and success. With instructional time of only 4 hours per day, full-time attendance is very important for students to work with teachers and staff. If your student is going to miss school, please call office staff or make arrangements for independent study school work.

Students work on a variety of subjects each day, and homework assignments are available. All students work at their own pace. Assignments can and should be done outside of school hours. A student is never truly done with their work until they have a diploma.

 Behavior and attendance are common reasons for students to attend Del Norte Community School. Our school is designed to provide individualized support with behavior, social and emotional skills and of course, academics. As all schools in the County and District, our three main rules are to be safe, respectful, and responsible. Additionally, this is a closed campus. An initial enrollment meeting is required to attend Community School. Individual needs concerning behavior and academics are addressed and goals are set during the initial enrollment meeting.

CLOSE
CLOSE