For El Molino High School sophomore Asa Bush, her first day back on the Forestville campus Monday brought up mixed emotions.
On one hand, she was excited to see how her classmates had changed since she last saw them, and to greet her teachers in person. But as she made her way through the health screening line and toward her classroom, Bush also found herself thinking about the future.
“Personally, it’s still hard for me, being back on campus,” she said. “Because we’re probably not going to be here next year.”
As El Molino, Analy and Laguna high schools all welcomed students for in-person instruction Monday, the transition back to campus marked both a joyous return and a reminder of the broader shifts coming to the school district in the next few months.
The West Sonoma County Union High School District is poised to consolidate Analy and El Molino at the Analy…