Congratulations to GES for being named a 2018 California Distinguished School!
"Sponsored by California Casualty, the 2018 California Distinguished Schools Program recognizes California elementary schools that have made exceptional gains in implementing academic content and performance standards adopted by the State Board of Education."
GUSD: Next Regular Board Meeting - May 9 at 6:00 p.m.
GNTA: Prom - April 21st @ Catelli's
Check out athletic schedules here.
Exhibit Night, Sports & Academic Awards Tuesday May 8th 2018
Important District Links
4/11/18 - Regular Board Meeting - Agenda - Packet
Title IX Information - Statement & Procedures
Come Join Our Great Team! CLICK HERE!
GES TK/K - 1 - 2 Teacher Position for 2018/19
Fall 2018 Soccer and Volleyball Coaches
Classified Subs: Van Driver, Food Services & Custodian
English & Spanish
"The LCAP (The Local Control and Accountability Plan) is a three-year plan that describes the goals, actions, services, and expenditures to support positive student outcomes that address state and local priorities."
Please take the time to complete the survey in the link above, or you can pick one up at the district office.
THE GEYSERVILLE SCHOOL COMMUNITY
COMMITTED TO PROVIDING THE OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL STUDENTS TO ACQUIRE THE SKILLS AND VALUES NECESSARY TO BECOME RESPONSIBLE
We believe true excellence results from the collaboration of a passionate, committed staff, involved families, and the broader community.
The Geyserville Unified School District is composed of four schools at two sites and has approximately two hundred thirty one students. The elementary school serves students in grades TK-5; the Geyserville New Tech Academy houses middle school 6-8, high school grades 9-12 and continuation high school grades 9-12.
Geyserville Elementary School serves an estimated 105 students in grades TK-5 with a highly qualified staff of seven teachers. The average class size is twenty-two students to one teacher. Geyserville elementary is committed to quality educational programs supported by a comprehensive curriculum. Teachers and administrators work together to ensure that all students have access to the core curriculum, and at the same time, provide opportunities for children who have special needs and interests.
Geyserville New Tech Academy has an enrollment of approximately eighty students in the high school and fifty students in the middle school. Student teacher ratio is twelve to one, with class sizes ranging from five to twenty-three students. At GNTA our mission is to re-imagine teaching and learning through the integrated use of technology, the rigorous and relevant use of project based learning and a culture that is student-centric, based on trust, respect and responsibility. We prepare our children for the future.
Buena Vista Continuation High School, located on the GNTA campus, provides an alternative environment. Key ingredients are flexibility, adaptability and accountability. Individual and small group instruction are the norm with students taking greater responsibility for their education.
Services for Every Student
CAREER & TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
COLLEGE & CAREER READINESS
SPECIAL ED SUPPORT
ATHLETICS, CLUBS & LEADERSHIP
ESL SUPPORT & COUNSELING
COLLABORATION & PROJECT BASED LEARNING
AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT & PROGRAMMING
SMALL CLASS SIZES
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