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MEDIA ADVISORY - Rolando Park Elementary Students, Community to Celebrate Grand Opening of Highly Anticipated Joint-Use Fields
12/16/2021
San Diego Unified School District Board of Education Vice President Dr. Sharon Whitehurst-Payne and Interim Superintendent Dr. Lamont Jackson will join former San Diego City Councilmember Marti Emerald, students, staff and the community in celebrating the opening of two joint-use fields that will bring much needed park space to the growing neighborhood of Rolando Park.
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NEWS RELEASE: San Diego Unified Advertises Superintendent Position
10/13/2021
The San Diego Unified School District has officially posted its superintendent job opening, based on input received from parents and community members during a series of public input sessions held since July 29, 2021.
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NEWS RELEASE: San Diego Unified Celebrates Indigenous Peoples’ Day, Unveils New School Name at Canyon Hills High School
10/11/2021
On Monday, students joined district and community leaders at the newly renamed Canyon Hills High School, translated into Mat Kwatup KunKun in native Kumeyaay, to celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day, a now federally observed holiday that commemorates Native American history and cultures.
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NEWS RELEASE: City Council Preserves San Diego High School, Starts Another 100 Years of History
10/05/2021
SAN DIEGO - It is history in the making as the San Diego City Council voted today to preserve San Diego High School by approving a new long-term lease with San Diego Unified.
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Your Voice Counts: Help Name New Elementary School in Mission Valley!
09/16/2021
As construction on a new elementary school in Mission Valley quickly progresses, the San Diego Unified School Names Committee has launched a community input process to select a name for the new elementary school.
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NEWS RELEASE: District, Students, City Leaders Dedicate Field Posthumously Named After African-American Educators
08/09/2021
Nearly eight decades after Pacific Beach Middle School (PBMS) saw its first African-American educator, students joined community, district and city leaders Thursday to dedicate the joint-use field and community park to him and his wife. New signage now displays “The Fannie and William Payne Joint-Use Field and Community Park,” a symbol of the adversity the Paynes overcame in the 1940s.
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Assembly Bill 104: Pass/No Pass Procedures
08/03/2021
Request for “Pass” or “No Pass” grade marks AB 104 allows parents or guardians of high school students enrolled in coursework during the 2020-21 school year to replace their letter grades to a “Pass" (P) or “No Pass” (NP) designation on their transcript. Read more..
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MEDIA ADVISORY: District and City Leaders to Join Students, Community Members in Dedicating Field Posthumously Named After African-American Educators
08/03/2021
San Diego Unified Board of Education President Richard Barrera will join City of San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria in dedicating the Pacific Beach Middle Joint-Use Field after Fannie and William Payne, African-American educators who overcame adversity in the 1940s. Students and community representatives who advocated for the “Fannie and William Payne Joint-Use Field and Community Park” will also speak.
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