News & Events at San Carlos

Students and staff at San Carlos Unified School District are always up to something new, and we love to showcase their achievements and share news about our schools. Check back here often for all the latest news and information.

Dress Code Policy

After reviewing the school dress code survey results of Rice Elementary School, as well as to combat the rising bullying and other issues occurring throughout school systems, the San Carlos Unified School District Governing Board approved the San Carlos Unified School district dress code for students in grades pre-k to 8th for the 2018-2019 school year.

Please view our press release for more information and to view our new dress code policy.

Community Outreach Effort and Early School Registration

San Carlos Unified School District will be hosting a community outreach effort and would like to invite all tribal and non-tribal organizations, programs, and educational institutions to promote their departments or entities, and participate in our community-wide early registration for 2018–19. The registration dates are as follows:

  • Tuesday, July 24 - Rice Elementary School gymnasium from 9:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday, July 24 – San Carlos High School Main gymnasium from 9:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
  • Thursday, July 26 – middle school cafeteria from 9:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

Please see our outreach and registration flyer for more information.

School Registration Event

Be sure to mark your calendars, and join us for our school registration event! We will have door prizes, gift cards, Brave promotional items, and snacks. You won't want to miss it! Please view our flyer for more information 

Summer Academy Science and Engineering Projects Fair

The teachers and students attending summer school academy came out to visit and get some hands-on experience, operating the projects displayed in the science camp and engineering projects on Thursday, June 28 at San Carlos High School.

San Carlos High School teachers, Dr. Rajput and Jennifer Madrid, taught the science and engineering classes for students who wanted to receive credit for their Power 23 – the high school credits required for graduation.

Kudos to the students and teachers who worked very hard to put together the projects and display them for interactive fun for all who stopped by the classrooms!