April 21, 2018

Technology High School relocates

The district’s tentative plan is to relocate Tech High to Waldo Rohnert Park Elementary School for the 2019-20 school year.


Community SAIF celebrates heroes

While the kids were disappointed, Henry I proved to be a prime example of heroes among us helping the community and only shortly after their departure, the helicopter returned since the missing child was found.

Rainfall levels are up – But not yet normal

The west coast tends to get most of its precipitation during the winter, when multiple atmospheric river events typically occur. Our recent rainfall has been unusually warm and heavy because in the spring, temperatures and evaporation rates start to increase in the northern hemisphere of the planet, leading to record-breaking moist air.  

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Varsity baseball team

Rancho Cotate High School vs Casa Grande team


Instructor teaches with passion

After 14 years, Hartman still has a passion for woodshop and has brought new ideas into the classroom. He teaches by illustration and not by text books or videos. It is still the old saying, you must start at the bottom and get your hands dirty. 


Scooby’s manic Monday by Bella

Bella said she lived very close to where the Tubbs Fire occurred and after the firestorm, her very good friend lost her home in the fire. She was then inspired to write a book called, “Scooby’s Manic Monday.”


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