150 Ramsey Rd.
P.O. Box 868
Laytonville, CA 95454
(707) 984-6414, Fax: (707) 984-8223
Dear Families of Laytonville High School students from the 2020-2021 school year:
Families of students enrolled in high school in the 2020-21 school year may apply to have a letter grade changed to a P/NP. The deadline for this is Friday, October 1, 2021.
Please use the following link to find the grade change request application or call the school ASAP to get a hard copy of the application if you are requesting a grade change.
Please be aware that some postsecondary educational institutions, including those from other states may not accept a Pass/No Pass grade for admission purposes. The following link lists California institutions that DO accept the Pass/No Pass grade.
If you have any questions regarding this procedure please contact Mr. Henry at 707 984-6108.
LUSD School Board will hold a Regular meeting on October 7, 2021
LUSD District Advisory Committee Meeting October 20, 2021
Laytonville Unified School District is located in a small town in the heart of redwood country approximately 175 miles north of San Francisco. The culture of the community of approximately 2,000 people is enriched by the involvement of many talented local artists and musicians and by the presence of the Cahto Indian Reservation. Overall a pioneer spirit pervades the community and independent pride asserts itself in the personality of the local population. Many families have lived in Laytonville for generations and many others came with the back-to-the land movement in the mid 1970’s.
The district includes 4 schools and serves students in grades K-12. The schools include a K-8 Elementary School in town; a comprehensive high school; a continuation high school and one satellite school located on Spy Rock Road. In addition to the K-12 programs there is a state preschool program located on the elementary school campus. The schools serve as the hub of community activity and a great source of pride.
Laytonville Unified School District facilitates a culture of high academic standards and an atmosphere of caring and respect between adults and students. The district prides itself in holding high standards for its students to prepare them for post-secondary success. The school staff has an intimate knowledge of students and their families allowing for a collaborative effort in increasing student achievement. The teaching staff is fully credentialed and are highly educated experts in their fields who share their passion for their subject by creating standards based curriculum that often involves the community.
The Importance of Being Involved in Your Child's Education
Did you know you are the key to your childs success in education? Our goal and yours is always the good of the student so working together can only mean a well rounded secure student with many resources.
The way to show your child that their education is important is to show an interest in their education. Whether the student is in kindergarten or a senior in high school there are many ways to show interest.
Ways to Get Involved
District Advisory Committee (DAC)
Fundraisers: chaperoning, organizing, coordinating and involving other parents in these activities
Volunteering in classrooms
Parents, we always appreciate the little things you can do to help with your child's success in their education!