Though most schools in Humboldt will be starting classes on Monday, August 25, many schools will be starting on other dates.

LoCO has put together a list sorted by date then arranged within the date by alphabetical order. [Also, see back-to-school safety tips below.]

Click here for each Humboldt County school district’s calendar this year.

Aug. 25:

Big Lagoon Union Elementary School District,

Blue Lake Union Elementary School District, 

Bridgeville Elementary School District,

Cutten Elementary School District, 

Eureka City Schools,

Ferndale Unified School District, 

Fieldbrook Elementary School District, 

Fortuna Elementary School District, 

Fortuna Union High School District,

Glen Paul and Community Schools,

Hydesville Elementary School District, 

Loleta Union Elementary School District, 

Maple Creek Elementary School District, 

Mattole Unified School District,

Northern Humboldt High School District, 

Orick Elementary School District, 

Pacific Union School District,

Peninsula Union School District, 

Rio Dell School District.

Scotia Union School District, 

South Bay Union School District.

Aug. 26: 

Freshwater Elementary School District,

Garfield Elementary School District,

Kneeland Elementary School District, 

Aug. 27: 

Jacoby Creek Charter School District

Union Street Charter

Sept. 2: 

Cuddeback Elementary School District,

Green Point School District, 

McKinleyville Union School District, 

Pacific View Charter School

Southern Humboldt Unified School District,

Trinidad Union School District K-8

Sept. 8:

Arcata School District, 

Sept. 10:

Klamath-Trinity Joint Unified School District, 

Safety Tips:

Eureka Police Department’s press release:

Eureka City Schools is back in session next Monday, August 25th. The Eureka Police Department would like to remind drivers to be aware of students walking and biking to school and to be more careful around congested school zones. 

Drivers should plan their route ahead of time and leave early in case of heavy traffic. Follow school drop off zone rules and exercise caution in these areas. Motorists traveling in either direction must stop for school busses with flashing red lights. 

Children are the least predictable pedestrians and are difficult to see. Follow the rules of the road and help us make this school year safe for all. 

Check out these safety tips below from the National Safety Council.

*Updated with more information 10:25 p.m. on 8/23.