Taylor Mountain is a beautiful, newer school with a highly trained staff, providing a safe, academically oriented program for all students. We provide high quality education for 500 K-6 students. Our highlights include: a partnership with Sonoma Academy, a private high school, that provides after school theater and sports programs to our students, and a mathematics instructor for our upper grade students;an illustrious music program with a traveling chorus; girls volleyball and boys basketball teams; weekly assemblies focused on community and the Toolbox Project, or tools for resiliency and caring; an English language arts instruction built on Common Core Standards; Schools of Hope volunteers who tutor first and second graders weekly; CalServes provides after school programs until 6 PM daily; an active parent community. Please visit and support us in our mission to educate our children to be extraordinary citizens and students. And if you are already part of this wonderful community, thank you!
Bethany Wilson, Principal
2014 Sonoma County Science Fair Participants
Report cards will go home the week of March 10-14. Parents, please check your children's backpacks for this important document. KINDERGARTEN ENROLLMENT has started. We urge you to enroll immediately. The enrollment papers can be downloaded from our district website. Childcare through the Boys & Girls Club is coming to Taylor Mountain School campus this year. A parent meeting will be held March 13 for parents to ask questions and get a jumpstart on enrolling your children. Check back here to learn the exact times for this evening meeting here. PLEASE drive only 5 MPH in our parking lots and look out for children.
Please attend our monthly Coffee With the Principal. This is an informal meeting where you can ask questions and here information about our school programs. Our next meeting is 8AM in the cafeteria on March 28, Friday. We will have a dentist there to discuss dental health.
Congratulations to our school spelling bee winners, Ally Syliphone and Nancy Gonzalez. Both girls participated in the Regional Spelling Bee on February 20, and beat out more than half of the participants there. Both Ally and Nancy will be honored at our school board meeting March 11. Congratulations to our school library tech, Ms. Vickie Lingron. Ms. Vickie is our district nominee to the county program honoring Classified Employees. Ms. Vickie is kind, helpful, and supportive of students and staff.