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Cruz County Office of Education
The COE plays a
crucial role in the financial partnership between the State of California, the California
Department of Education and the local school districts. The COE serves as a fiduciary
agent, processing the largest payroll in the county, but they do not have discretion over
where this money is spent; that belongs to the individual districts.
Citizens of Santa Cruz and
Monterey Counties living in the San Lorenzo, Santa Cruz and Watsonville high school
districts approved formation of a two-year college district in 1958.The Governing Board,
elected in January 1959, chose the name "Cabrillo College" and employed staff to
begin instruction in September of the same year. More than 800 day and evening students
enrolled in freshman classes in temporary quarters at the Watsonville High School campus.
Watsonville High School
Home of the
WildCats. Online departments include: Career Center, Academics, ROP Computers, Video Academy Campus Labs/Network, Help, Alumni.
Amesti Elementary School
"Learning to live in harmony in our watershed."
Located in the semi-rural outskirts of the city of Watsonville, at the feet of the Coastal Mountain Range in Central California,
Amesti Elementary School is in the fertile Pajaro River Valley , one of the eleven watersheds of the Monterey Bay National
Mintie White Elementary School
on April 5, 1929. The school was named in honor of Armenta Allison, who later became known
as Mintie White. She was an exceptional teacher, who was quoted as saying, "I never
met a child I couldn't love." Nevertheless, she had high expectations for her
students, and a strong hand in promoting their performance.
is a two-way bilingual
immersion elementary school in Watsonville. Alianza is a magnet school and a key element
in the Pajaro Valley Unified School District's Desegregation Plan. Alianza serves students
who reside in the Rodriguez Street area. This area is primarily low income and 98% Latino. For the purposes of desegregation, Alianza is
also open to the voluntary enrollment of Anglo pupils from four primarily Anglo, middle class, north
district area schools and to pupils of private schools.
is a large,
year-round elementary school in Watsonville, a semi-rural town in the Central Coast area
of California. We feature bilingual (English/Spanish) classes, Reading Recovery, the Life
Lab program and Migrant Education. We are committed to promoting technology as an
Ohlone Elementary School
community of Pajaro, just south of Watsonville California. We are a K - 5th grade school
with an emphasis on science and literacy.
Salsipuedes Elementary School
Salsipuedes Elementary School emphasizes high student achievement for
all. Our school motto is "Every Child Succeeds".