Parking Lot Safety
Please help to keep our students safe!
The following guidelines and traffic patterns have been established to help keep students safe and minimize traffic gridlock when dropping off and picking up students.
The faculty parking lot is for staff parking ONLY-no student drop off.
Please pull all the way forward when entering the drop off area-Don't leave gaps between cars.
The guest parking lot is for parking ONLY-no student drop off.
If you are parking in the cafeteria lot, please escort your student to the curb.
If you drop off on Rancho Santiago Blvd., please do so along the field.
After school walkers go across the athletic field and out the back gates.
Pick up should be in front of the school cafeteria or along the athletic field fence on Rancho Santiago Blvd.
Please be respectful of our neighborhood.
Please do not park on Walnut Street as it disrupts traffic flow.
StopBullying.gov is an online website is a federal government website managed by the
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
The District’s policies on discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying can be accessed on the District’s website here. Copies are available in the school office. For a Student Guide to Understanding, Preventing and Avoiding Bullying & Harrassment please click here.
Student Concern Form
Please use this form to report any incidents that you have observed or students that you are concerned about at Santiago.
Santiago's Guest Speaker Wows Students
Cary Trivanovich gave a great pantomime performance before presenting a heartfelt speech about the effects of bullying at our latest assembly. He shared words of wisdom to inspire our students to reach towards the "rewards of selflessness" in their daily interactions. Mr. Trivanovich travels extensively throughout the country addressing students from elementary through high school.
Our parents had the opportunity to meet Mr. Trivanovich and Dr. Martin Eaton during both our anti-bullying parent presentation nights. These two knowledgeable professionals were available to answer questions and concerns regarding bullying. We are very appreciative of all the help they gave to our parents and staff. Mr. Trivanovich invites parents and students to view further information at coolassemblies.com.