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NEWS RELEASE: San Diego Unified and City Leaders Join Marston Middle School Students in Groundbreaking Ceremony
06/02/2022
A “greener” chapter is on the horizon for Marston Middle School students. Students joined San Diego Unified and City of San Diego leaders Thursday to mark the start of their campus modernization that will transform the Marston Middle campus in Clairemont.
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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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Mira Mesa HS Receives Official Rose Parade Invite
11/10/2021
"Sapphire Sound" Marching Band making second trip to Rose Parade.
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NEWS RELEASE: STEAM SmartLab Officially Dedicated at Baker Elementary
10/15/2021
Students at Baker Elementary School demonstrated their STEAM skills at a new SmartLab today, showcasing one of the San Diego Unified School District’s newest high-tech learning spaces before an audience of industry mentors who helped develop the facility.
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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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La Jolla Elementary School New Classroom Building Rendering
New Classrooms, Joint-Use Improvements Reach Milestones in San Diego Coastal Communities
05/20/2021
SAN DIEGO - Preparations are underway to add state-of-the art facilities and other campus wide improvements at three schools in La Jolla and University City. At La Jolla Elementary School (LJES), construction crews have started demolishing dated portables and installing temporary student classrooms at the school’s upper field to make way for a modern new classroom building.
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Lindbergh Schweitzer Student Watches Hoisting of Final Steel Beam
Colina Del Sol, Clairemont Mesa East Neighborhoods See Milestones in Campus, Community Transformations
04/20/2021
SAN DIEGO - New classroom and student services facilities in two very diverse neighborhoods of San Diego are coming together, with students and staff at three campuses celebrating construction milestones. Travel to Clairemont Mesa East and Colina Del Sol, and you will see Lindbergh-Schweitzer Elementary School, John Muir Language Academy, and Crawford High School all under construction.
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Crawford High Colts to Celebrate Final Steel Beam for New Classroom and Performing Arts Facility
03/24/2021
Just a few short weeks before students return to in-person learning, the final steel beam for Crawford High School’s new three-story classroom, student services, and performing arts building will be hoisted into place. Before it is hoisted into place, staff, students, and alumni will take turns in signing the beam. All activity will be socially distanced.
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An Aerial View of the New Wilson Middle Campus
Bond Projects Bring More Milestones, Transformations to City Heights
02/18/2021
Modern times call for modern buildings. What were once aging facilities in City Heights are now completely rebuilt, revamped, and recognizable landmarks.
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Drone Still of the Final Steel Beam at PBMS
Steel Beam Inscribed with Mandarin Messages of Hope Marks Milestone for Pacific Beach Middle School
01/21/2021
While Pacific Beach Middle School staff and students are teaching and learning online, construction milestones are being reached on their new state-of-the-art classroom building. The final steel beam was hoisted into place in late October on the new two-story classroom facility, which will include 26 classrooms with modern technology and designated collaborative spaces.
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MEDIA ADVISORY: Foster Elementary School Student Named Principal for the Day
05/28/2019
WHAT: Second-grader Jameson Thornton will be Principal for the Day at Foster Elementary School. The winner of this year’s silent auction fundraiser, Jameson will start his day by welcoming students at the front gate as they arrive to school. He will spend the day visiting classrooms and the library/STEM Lab, observing students and teachers work on projects. “Principal” Thornton will also read a book to kindergarten students and give the entire student body a surprise extra 15-minute recess.
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