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Waugh Elementary School District

Waugh Elementary School District

  • Corona Creek   Elementary School

    Located on the east side of Petaluma, Corona Creek School is a two-time California Distinguished School, in 2000 and 2006.


    Corona Creek Elementary School

               Meadow            Elementary School

    Meadow Elementary School, one of two schools in the Waugh School District, is both a California Distinguished School and a National Blue Ribbon School.


    Meadow Elementary School


    Enrollment Information

    New students are encouraged to register immediately upon moving into the district. For ore information, please call the District Office at 707-765-3331.


    Enrollment Information

    District Band

    Learn more about the Waugh District Band, get practice schedules, dates and more information by following the link below.



    Waugh District Band

    Being good neighbors

    Our schools are located in neighborhoods. We ask for everyone's support in response to the requests of our neighbors and of the Petaluma Police Department to be extremely careful to not block driveways, double-park and encroach on the red zones during drop-off and pick-up each day.


    The people who live in the homes on our nearby streets need to be able to get in and out of their driveways with their access unimpeded, especially in case of an emergency. We know that attention to this issue will continue to be a need, as we gear up for the start of school again in August, which will mean that more people are driving to the school in both the morning and afternoon.


    Thank you, in advance, for your help in addressing this concern.

    Contact Us
    Contact Rebecca Rosales  Rebecca Rosales Superintendent/Principal

    Our School

    About Us

    The Waugh School District provides a safe environment in which all students are given the skills, opportunity, and encouragement to prepare for a successful future as critical and creative thinkers, productive citizens, and lifelong learners.

    Our vision is of a school community in which all members contribute to individual, family, and community lifelong learning.

    The District will ensure adequate resources are provided for all services necessary to promote success for each student. Decision-making will be based on a commitment to children, who shall always remain the District’s first priority.