Alta Heights Elementary School 15 Montecito Blvd, Napa, CA94559 This Eastside Napa campus is the "home of the Gators" and also of Gretel, the school's therapy dog. Like other campuses…More in the Napa Valley Unified School District, Alta Heights has been renovated with voter-approved bond funding.
Harvest Middle School 2449 Old Sonoma Rd, Napa, CA94558 Napa's newest middle school was reborn from the ashes of the city's last junior high, Ridgeview, which closed its doors…More decades ago. The once-crumbling westside campus has been completely modernized with funding from facilities bonds approved by Napa voters in the 2000s and is now home to two schools: Harvest, a traditional middle school in the Napa Valley Unified School District and River School, the district's only charter middle school.
Northwood Elementary School 2214 Berks St, Napa, CA94558 This north Napa school has an active parent-faculty club that publishes its own newsletter. Along with volunteering in…More the classroom and raising funds for student activities, the PFC hosts a coffee hour with principal Chuck Neidhoefer once a month.
West Park Elementary School 2315 W Park Ave, Napa, CA94558 West Park's eagle mascot watches over its students, who have their very own "Garden of Dreams" on campus. Like every…More other school in the Napa Valley Unified School District, West Park has been thoroughly updated with funds from facilities bonds approved by district voters. For more information about the K to 5th grade school, see their website.
Head Start 2700 Kilburn Ave, Napa, CA94558 Head Start is a community partnership that supports educational, social and emotional development of children, ages…More 0-5. It is made possible by corresponding federally funded programs, such as TCC for infants and toddlers for qualified applicants. The center supports low-income households for families at risk in Napa County. The pre-school is available year round. It was established in 1965.
Kiwanis Club of Greater Napa P.O.Box 2625, Napa, CA94558 Founded in Detroit in 1915 and expanded to become The Greater Napa Kiwanis Club in 1969, this organization is composed…More of community members and leaders who aim to serve the community in a variety of ways. The organization provides volunteer labor and funding to assist with various community projects. It sends doctors to other countries that provide disfigured children with plastic surgery and also donates thousands of dollars in scholarships to junior colleges and high schools each year. Meetings are held at Downtown Joe’s restaurant on Main Street every Wednesday morning from 7:30am – 8:30am. Everyone is welcome to join.
American Association of University Women - Napa County Branch P.O. Box 10407, Napa, CA94581 The Napa AAUW is a non-profit organization that helps to raise equity for women and girls. It helps…More to raise funds for scholarship programs for Napa women in high school and Napa Valley College. The organization's employee advocacy programs address modern-day issues that women face. One example is the Taskforce on Bullying and Cyberbullying, which was started in 2008. The AAUW has more than 150,000 members nationwide, and the Napa branch celebrated its ninetieth year in 2009.