In 2009, Blanco was closed down due to lack of enrollment and funds. This page will serve as a remembrance of our fine school.

Welcome!Dear Parents and Students,

Welcome to our school! Please review the information in the Blanco School Guide and make a committment to become an involved parent during the 2008-2009 school year. I encourage you to take the time to volunteer in your child's classroom and to join the Blanco/Driftwood Boosters, who support many school projects and activities.

The adults at Blanco School have high expectations for all the students, both academically and behaviorally. Students at Blanco are expected to contribute to a safe, orderly and productive learning environment. Parents play a vital role in supporting our school-wide behavior management plan. Our goal is to create a warm, friendly and positive school climate by encouraging all the students to bring pride to themselves, their parents/guardians, their teachers and Blanco School.

I am so proud to be working with the finest teachers and staff, all dedicated to the well-being and education of your children.


Ruby Price, Principal

Information about Blanco School

Ruby Price, Principal

Carol Smith, Office Manager

Elementary School Hours: 8:15 AM to 2:45 PM

Middle School Hours: 8:15 AM to 2:15 PM

Blanco EaglesBlanco School is located at the north end of the district in the town of Langlois. Incorporating 87 students in grades 1-8, it has a teaching staff of six full time teachers. Students in grades 1-3 remain at Blanco School for all of their classes. Grades 4 and 5 begin their day at Pacific High School where they are taught music. They are then bused to Blanco School for the remainder of the school day. Grades 6-8 spend the last period of each school day at Pacific High School where they may select from Art, Choir, Wood Shop, or Band as elective classes.

Langlois has approximately 200 residents and was once the home for world famous Langlois Bleu Cheese. Floras Lake, situated just 100 yards from the Pacific Ocean and renowned for its wind surfing, is located just three miles southwest of town. Floras Creek provides the southern border for the town of Langlois.

Students from Driftwood School and Blanco School often merge for athletic competition, concerts, school dances, and other events.