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Trumpeter Derek Cannon works with the Correia students in the school’s auditorium. Students in Correia Middle School’s Jazz Band were fortunate to benefit from the “Artist in Residency” program which brought professional trumpeter and educator Derek Cannon to the school in November. The Correia students, in grades 8 and 9, worked with Cannon before performing […]
Hannah Icban. Inquiring young minds want to know what to do with items others might throw away and imagine the creativity of recycled art. With that in mind,Walker Elementary School Teacher Grace Nall entered her grade 4-5 class in the 2012 “Dare to Reuse” Art Contest. Her students took on the art challenge to find […]
Free Lunch for Kids During Winter Break 2012-13 Dec. 24-Jan 4 for traditional schedule schools Dec. 17-Jan.11 for year-round schools. Open to all kids age 18 and under. No enrollment, no paperwork, no income qualifications. Check the locations and times enjoy lunch Monday-Friday (except Dec. 25 and Jan. 1). Download flyers (PDF) English • Español […]
Henry Ramelli, Moises Arellano For the first time in four years, San Diego School Police added two officers to its ranks. Moises Arellano and Henry Ramelli took an oath of office and were sworn in by Chief of Police Reuben Littlejohn during an official ceremony attended by Superintendent Kowba and others. The ceremony culminated with […]
Stanley Dobbs, school administrator and retired Navy commander, joins the district as Chief Financial Officer. Prior to joining San Diego Unified, Dobbs served as assistant superintendent, business and chief finance, operations and technology officer at the 21,000-student Hayward Unified School District in Northern California. As Hayward Unified’s CFO/COO/CTO, he advised the Superintendent and Board on […]
Mikayla Stern-Ellis of SCPA Students at the San Diego Met High School and the San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts are among the 80 recipients nationwide of a $10,000 college scholarship from the Nordstrom department store. Hannah Brown of the Met and Mikayla Stern-Ellis of SCPA received notification of the scholarship by a […]
Legislative staff members at Kearny DMD. The California State Legislative Staff Institute selected San Diego Unified for this year’s annual visit by 20 Sacramento legislative staff members who work on education issues. The group included staff members from the Assembly and Senate Education Committees and several other legislative offices who were able to learn firsthand […]
Sixth-graders at Marston Middle listen to parents share their college and career experiences. You may have recently noticed an influx of parents on school campuses, in classrooms and walking through the quad, side-by-side with their students. Were the students in trouble, you wondered? Were students aging more quickly than ever? Luckily, neither was the case. […]
Julie Alvarez on the R/M Melville Lincoln High seniors Jonathan Franco and Julie Alvarez are spending 23 days on the R/V Melville, joining researchers from UC San Diego in a voyage off the San Diego coast to take scientific observations and perform other duties. The pair are blogging to keep family and friends up-to-date on […]
Principal Gergurich talks to students about the new library. In The News News 8 KFMB-TV’ The Angier Elementary community, along with Target, The Heart of America Foundation, Mission Continues and more than 200 volunteers, unveiled the school’s newly renovated library to Principal Andrew Gergurich, Supt. Bill Kowba and Assemblymember Toni Atkins, and Angier students, parents […]
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