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Short Parent Survey for Future Learning Models

Parents and Guardians: Recently you received communications from the District with a link to an electronic form asking you to make decisions regarding future learning programs. Although our Board has decided to begin the 2020-2021 school year with Distance Learning, we hope to transition to a different learning model later in the year. The answers to this survey will help us plan accordingly.

Mendo Lake Family Life Magazine

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Vaping Presentation for Parents and Guardians

Here is a presentation to help educate your kids about the dangers of vaping. Topics covered include examples of how the industry is marketing to children, what the products look like, and data about tobacco and cannabis use among students in California and at Ukiah Unified. Please use this as a guide for discussions with your children about the dangers of vaping.


Please complete the Educational Benefit Form that will be sent home with your student(s) and return it to your school. Without these forms completed, we may lose funding that directly supports our students' education. This form is also used to determine eligibility for participation in various programs including reduced or free fees for After School Education & Safety (ASES). If you need help completing this form, please call the office.

Emergency Late Start and Emergency Early Release Schedules

If there is a Public Safety Power Shutoff or another emergency that lasts more than a few hours, it may be necessary to cancel school, delay the start time of school, or close school early. To this end, we have created two alternative schedules: an emergency late start schedule and an emergency early release schedule.