Los Altos is a proud participant in Community Schools.

Community Schools LogoThe Dream

Every child deserves the opportunity to achieve their dreams. Every child deserves a public school that opens the doors to reach them. Community Schools not only open doors but propels our children toward their dreams. By bringing students, families, staff, and the community together, we forge an unbreakable partnership dedicated to unlocking each child's full potential. Entirely free of charge, every student will have access to the same opportunities. We believe that finances, backgrounds, and abilities should never hinder a student's opportunities for success. Community Schools will ensure equal access to resources, creating a level playing field for all students. Whether it's cutting-edge technology, comprehensive learning materials, or enriching extracurricular opportunities, every child will have the tools they need to thrive.

Each student's journey is unique, as are the required supports. Our commitment to equity means tailoring those supports to meet their individual needs, whether providing tutoring, mental health services, or community outreach programs. Together, we break down barriers and pave the way to student success. By being a part of Community Schools, you will transform your child's future. It will provide real-world support to students and their families. We believe that students can achieve their dreams when they have all the resources they need to succeed.

The Vision

Transform our schools into a place where students and families come first, where everyone in the community joins to help students succeed.

The Mission

Improve students' lives by bringing more services into the school, offering more before and after school opportunities, making more local community partnerships, and sharing decision-making with the entire community.

Community School Pillars

The key to the long-lasting success of Community Schools is found in the essential four pillars: Student Support, Expanded Learning, Community Engagement, and Shared Leadership.

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