Welcome Letter from the Superintendent  

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Our District 

Wright Elementary School District was established in 1865. We are a K-8 school district with over 1,600 students enrolled.
Wright District Office is located in southwest Santa Rosa. From Hwy 12, turn left at South Wright Road (Fulton Rd), cross Sebastopol Road and turn right on Price Avenue. The District Office is on the right, just before Wright Charter School.

2013-14 Calendar



Since November 1988, state law has required all public schools receiving state funding to prepare and distribute a SARC (School Accountability Report Card).  A similar requirement is also contained in the federal “No Child Left Behind” Act (NCLB).  The purpose of the report card is to provide parents and the community with important information about each public school.  State law requires that the SARC contain: demographic data; school safety and climate for learning information; academic data; school completion rates; class sizes; teacher and staff information; curriculum and instruction descriptions; postsecondary preparation information; and fiscal and expenditure data. In addition, NCLB requires that SARCs contain reports concerning the “Adequate Yearly Progress” of students in achieving state academic achievement standards; Title 1 Program Improvement; graduation rates at the secondary level; and the extent to which “highly qualified” teachers are teaching core academic subjects. In addition to online posting, SARCs are available at each school site in a printed format and are available in English and Spanish.  Please contact Janice Webb in the District Office or contact your school office to obtain a copy.

J.X. Wilson School 
Robert L. Stevens School
Wright Charter School 



Local Agency Plan (LEA) Plan 2007-2008
Local Agency Plan (LEA) Plan Addendum 2013
 Solar Update Information - GO GREEN!!
 Wright School District has gone green!! We are a Solar Powered School District.  
 If you click on the links below you will be able to see some data on how the solar panels are working at each site. There are several different display options allowing us to see how solar works, and the ability to see specific data by minute, hour, day, week, etc. on usage. Play around with it and let us know what you think! 

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The Healthy Schools Act of 2000 requires all California school districts to notify parents and guardians of herbicides they expect to apply during the year.  We intend to use the following herbicides in your school this year:
August 2013

Dear Parent/Guardian,

The Healthy Schools Act of 2000 requires all California school districts to notify parents and guardians of herbicides they expect to apply during the year.  We intend to use the following herbicides in your school this year: 

Name of Herbicide (Common Name)                Active Ingredient(s)
Gly Star Pro                                                  41.0% Isopropylamine Salt of Glyphosate
                                                                 59.0% Intert ingredients
No Foam® A                                                66.0%     Alkyl phenol ethoxylate
Florel® Brand Growth Regulator                        03.9%     Ethephon ((2-chlorethyl)-Phosphonic Acid)
 Razor® Pro                                                   41.0% Glyphosate, N-(Phosphonomethyl) glycine,
                                                                  in the form of its isopropylamine salt
                                                                 59.0% Other Ingredients including: Exthoxylated Tallowamines

You can find more information regarding these herbicides and herbicide use reduction at the Department of Pesticide Regulation’s Web site at http://www.cdpr.ca.gov.You can also find additional information regarding these herbicides at the Department of Pesticide Regulation’s School Integrated Pest Management Web site at http://www.cdpr.ca.gov/schoolipm

If you have any questions, please contact:

Adam Stein, Superintendent
Wright Elementary School District
Phone: (707) 542-0550 x102

2013 Consumer Confidence Report
Wright Elementary School System water system 
Report Date: 03/19/14
Type of water source(s) in use:  Groundwater Well
Name & location of source(s):  Well #01 is located at 4389 Price Ave., Santa Rosa, CA on the west side of the property next to the driveway in a fended and locked enclosure. 
Drinking Water Source Assessment Information:  A source assessment was done in October 2003.  Please see the attached vulnerability summary for further information.
Time and place of regularly scheduled board medetings for public participation:  3rd Thursday of each month, Wright District Office, 4385 Price Ave., Santa Rosa, CA
For more information, contact:  Tim Ehlert, Water System Operator (707) 542-3272 
to access the 2013 Consumer Confidence Report, please click on the link below:  
The Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) is a new requirement under the recently enacted change in funding for the schools, called the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF).  Wright Elementary School District is now required to produce the LCAP plan for approval by our school board, then by the county office.  The LCAP is a 3-year plan, with revisions each year following the same criteria.  These goals will address how we instruct students, what we provide in terms of curriculum in all areas of academics, how safe and welcoming our campuses are, and how we engage you, the families, in the work that we do.
click here to view the Wright Elementary School District LCAP (ENGLISH)
click here to view the Wright Elementary School District LCAP (SPANISH)
click here to view the Wright Charter School  LCAP (ENGLISH) 





  • Protect yourself from the flu! Guides for families and schools 
    Following the normal seasonal pattern, influenza activity is on the rise in California and nationwide.  Many California counties, including Sonoma, are reporting patients who are critically ill with influenza.
    Please don't forget to take the recommended precautions against the spread of seasonal flu, including:
    - Practice good hygine everyday by washing your hands frequently or using hand sanitizers when soap and water are not available.
    - Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or cover your face with your inner elbow or upper arm when tissue is not available.
    - Those who are ill with flu symptoms should stay home until they are fever- (>100.2) and symptom-free for 24-hours without the use of medicine to reduce the fever.
    Please see the document linked below entitled 'Tips for parents on coping with pandemic flu,' and the flier linked below entitled '2014 Guide for Parents' from the Center for Disease Control.
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