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What are the biggest issues facing Santa Cruz County families today?  Which values should the County promote?  What does county government do well, and where does it need to improve?

The county of Santa Cruz is looking for community input to help establish a high-level vision for county government, which they will use to set future priorities when it comes to allocating County resources and energy.  


Surveys to give the county feedback are available at the following links: 

English: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/P8RRNFB

Spanish: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YMD6NYH

Welcome to Edward A. Hall Middle School

As members of the Edward A. Hall community of learners, our goal is to ensure that all students are challenged, supported and successful as they develop intellectually, socially and emotionally while meeting or exceeding grade-level standards.

Together, we are committed to providing students with an academically rigorous, well-rounded, standards-based instructional program that fosters problem-solving, critical thinking and the development of healthy habits for life. Students, staff, parents and community members work together to maintain a safe, caring, and inclusive environment. We encourage responsible citizenship, productivity, and collaboration. We celebrate our cultural and linguistic diversity.


Our mission is to inspire students to become independent, passionate, lifelong learners. We provide students skills and opportunities to become positive contributors to society.


Nuestra misión es inspirar a nuestros estudiantes a ser independientes, apasionados y aprendices de por vida. Proveemos a los estudiantes con la habilidad y la oportunidad de convertirse en contribuyentes positivos en nuestra sociedad.


Buy Your 2017-2018 E.A. Hall Yearbook Now!

Yearbooks can be purchased in the front office for $30 with cash or check or by purchasing them on this website. 


Read Important Policies for the school here.

Free Homework Help and More! At Youth Now Center


Located at 15 Madison Street —around the corner from EAHMS— students in grades 6–8 can enjoy no-cost after school program. The program features low student to adult ratios, homework help, free healthy snacks, recreation activities, enrichment options and one on one tutoring.

Hours of operation are from Monday–Thursday 3–5:30 pm. Learn more at www.youthnowcenter.org/inspire/middle-school/ or www.youthnowcenter.org.

Santa Cruz County Office of Education Student Support Resources Directory