After School Programs

4 C’s

Mark West USD is now hosting a 4C’s Preschool on the Mark West Elementary campus.

Boys & Girls Club

Boys & Girls Clubs is happy to provide a range of services for families in the new Hybrid Learning Environment. After-School programs will be provided at Riebli & San Miguel Campuses from dismissal until 3:00. Distance Learning Day programs are offered at the Windsor Boys & Girls Clubs location at Brooks Road South in Windsor. Both programs will offer extended care until 5:30 at an additional fee. Families may choose care for Hybrid Days on Campus, Distance Days off campus, or both. Families can express interest in these programs by completing this survey. We anticipate complete online registration to be released Friday March 5th. We encourage families to visit our website to learn more about our safety protocols. (Note: All Club services will be offered in compliance with state & local COVID-19 guidance and is subject to change upon receipt of new guidance.)

Extended Child Care

Calendars and Schedules

Current Counseling Materials

District Counselors

School counseling is considered a regular educational service and therefore students can be seen without parent consent. However, as a good faith practice, at the Mark West Union School District, the counselors will only meet with students one time without parent permission, usually to determine if counseling support is needed.

Our school counselors are happy to provide information about community resources if parents feel their student is in need of additional support but would prefer to receive it in the community.

Click here to be taken to the Counselors Corner page on the Mark West USD Website

“Please and Thank You Tools” for social emotional learning.


Healthy Classroom Celebration Guidelines

School Supply Lists

Please click link to download form.

SCOE Information

SELPA Annual Budget and Annual Service Plan 2021-2022

Read On Sonoma

Learn more about the “Read On Sonoma” Program sponsored by the Guy Fieri Foundation and the Susan and Lawrence Amaturo Giving Fund by going to


We moved here when Aubrey was in 1st grade, days before winter break. She was very upset about us moving and I was so nervous for her shy little self to start at a new school mid year. Aubrey ended up in Jackie Reitenbach’s class and it could not have been a smoother transition. We’ve felt so blessed since day one to be surrounded by so many wonderful teachers who have treated my kids like their own. Thankful to be apart of such a wonderful community.

Breanne Bush