Del Norte Community

"Equipping Students for Success"


  • Power Outage Update 01/31/2024 @ 10:15am

    Pacific Power has restored power to all our schools, the school day will continue as normal.

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  • School Site Council Agenda for February 21, 2024

    School Site Council Meeting

    Wednesday February 21, 2024


    Room 7


    Minutes for meetings can be found here

    Members:  Jami Troyna (certificated), Justin Francis (classified), Destiny Hiter (student), Erica Strickland (community member), Jennifer Hiter (parent), Randy Fugate (Principal)


    1.0 Welcome and introductions of new members - Jami Troyna

    Alternate student rep to take lead role (as primary stud rep returns to DNHS)

    2.0  Share information from the District Safety Committee Meeting - Mr Troyna

    3.0  Review draft of Comprehensive School Safety Plan (CSSP)

    Vote to approve CSSP for 24-25

    4.0  Evaluate progress on SPSA Goal 2 using evaluation rubric - Mr Fugate

    5.0  Transportation Plan - Share (Mr Fugate)

    6.0 Parent Engagement Input needed for County LCAP

    7.0  Next Meeting April 24th


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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.