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Student Technology Log-In Information


Teacher Technology Log-In Information


Student and Family Technology Resources


Social-Emotional and Mental Health Resources


Free and Reduced Price Internet Service


TK-5 Science Resources


Technology Tools


Technology Accessible Instructional Materials


Technology Training for Teachers


Online Safety Recommendations for Parents

Technology can be a very powerful and helpful learning tool for our students. When students are using technology, please make sure to monitor their activities closely. Remind students not to accept invitations to communicate with anyone they do not know and do not give out personal information when online. 


Tips for Keeping Kids Safe Online

  1. Have a conversation with your children about being safe online
  2. Keep your computer in a common area of the house
  3. Set rules and warn about dangers
  4. Be sure to verify the identity of anyone your child is communicating with online
  5. Monitor computer activity
  6. Keep lines of communication open with your children
  7. Consider partitioning your computer into separate accounts
  8. Consider implementing parent controls


Learn more about keeping kids safe online at the Department of Homeland Security website here.


See reviews and get advice to help navigate the digital world with your kids at the Common Sense Media website here.


Important Parent Notifications for Web-based Services and Applications 

In order for the District to continue to provide your students with the most effective tools to enhance their learning, school administrators and teachers may use educational web-based services and applications. Many of the Terms of Service and/or Privacy Policies of these applications state that, due to Federal Law, any users under the age of 13 must obtain parental permission to use their sites and often require an email address or other personally-identifying information. Our web-based learning will be operated not by the District, but by third parties, such as ZOOM.  In addition, some of the applications used are ClassDojo, YouTube, Google Meet, etc. 


For our students to use these programs and services, certain personal identifying information such as the student’s name and registered IDs must be provided to the web site operator, in this case, school administrators and teachers and ZOOM.  Under federal law entitled the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), these websites and the District must provide parental notification and obtain parental consent before collecting personal information (photo/audio/video recordings) from children under the age of 13. For more information on COPPA, please visit 


The law (COPPA) permits the District to consent to the collection of personal information on behalf of all of its students, thereby eliminating the need for individual parental consent given directly to the web site operator (i.e. ZOOM, Google Meet, Etc.).  

ZOOM School and District Privacy Policy


If you have questions or concerns about your student participating in programs such as ZOOM, please contact your school's principal.

Social-Emotional Support and Mental Health Resources
If your child is having difficulties, please do not hesitate to reach out for help. Call your child’s
school or email their counselor for support.
Phone Counselor Email
Calpella Elementary School 707-472-5630 Stephanie Gravatt [email protected]
Eagle Peak Middle School 707-472-5250  Evelyn Ramirez  [email protected]
Frank Zeek Elementary School 707-472-5137  Stephanie Razo [email protected]
Grace Hudson Elementary School 707-472-5460  Vicente Duarte  [email protected]
Nokomis Elementary School 707-472-5550  Shannon Frederick  [email protected]
Oak Manor Elementary School 707-472-5180  Jesse Damian  [email protected]
Pomolita Middle School 707-472-5350  Heath McNerney [email protected]
South Valley High School 707-472-5150  Jacob Bainbridge [email protected]
    Adrienne Bakewell  [email protected]
UISA  707-472-5906 Darleen Castanon [email protected]
Ukiah High School 707-472-5750 Alicia Bainbridge [email protected]
    Jacob Bainbridge [email protected]
    Adrienne Bakewell [email protected]
    Jen Julius [email protected]
Yokayo Elementary School 707-472-5690 Amy Wyse [email protected]

UUSD Remote Learning and Counseling Hotline: 707-472-5003


Mental Health Resources

Mendocino County Crisis Hotline (24 hours a day, 7 days a week):  1-855-838-0404

Mendocino County Warm Line:  707-472-2311

Mendocino County Suicide Prevention Hotline:  1-855-587-6373

National Suicide Prevention Hotline:  1-800-273-TALK (8255) or dial 988

Línea directa nacional española de prevención del suicidio:  1-888-628-9454

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline website:


Specialty Mental Health Service Providers

Manzanita Services:  707-463-0405

(Peer Support, Wellness, Care Management & Therapeutic Services)


Mendocino County Youth Project:  707-463-4915

(Prevention & Intervention Services, Counseling Services)


Redwood Community Services:  707-472-2922

(Multiple Services: Behavioral Health, Homeless, Crisis, Substance abuse)


Tapestry Family Services:  707-463-3300

(Therapeutic Services, Mental Health Treatment, Foster Care)

Homeless Resource Contacts
2021-22 UUSD Family/Community Liaisons






Viviana Carlon 


[email protected]

Eagle Peak 

Omar Vasquez 


[email protected]

Frank Zeek 

  Monica Ivicevich 


[email protected]

Grace Hudson

Lorena Evans 


[email protected]


Rubi Alvarez 


[email protected]

Oak Manor 

Gloria Vaine 


[email protected]


Maria Chavez Carmen


[email protected]

Big Picture Ukiah 

@ South Valley High

Irma Camargo 


[email protected]

Ukiah High School 

Gloria Lopez 


[email protected]

Ukiah High School  

Arisbeth Reynoso


[email protected]


Glen Robles


[email protected]


Jimena Castaneda


[email protected]


COVID-19 Liaison

Jose Najera Martinez


[email protected]

Migrant Education 


N Building at UHS

Maria Ceja 


[email protected]

Grief Support

National Alliance for Children's Grief -

And a specific organization for families that have lost a child:
Forms & Resources