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MEDIA ADVISORY: On the First National Juneteenth Holiday, San Diego Unified Celebrates Historic Action in Partnership With the People’s Association of Justice Advocates
06/17/2021
One year after the San Diego Unified Board of Education raised the Black Lives Matter flag at the Eugene Brucker Education Center and called on the State of California to recognize Juneteenth, President Joe Biden officially recognized June 19, the day that slavery ended, as a federal holiday.
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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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San Diego Unified Wins State Award for Inclusion of Small, Diverse Businesses in Construction
05/06/2021
San Diego Unified School District has gained statewide recognition for its inclusion of small and disabled veteran businesses in its bond-funded construction projects, winning the California Department of General Services’ (DGS) “Reciprocity Partner of the Year Award” on April 27.
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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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Mason Elementary Students Using Desks with Barriers
San Diego Unified to Hold Media Tour to Discuss Preparations for School Reopening, Parent Survey
03/11/2021
​One month before schools are set to reopen and welcome back students to the classroom, Board of Education President Richard Barrera and Senator Toni Atkins will participate in a socially distanced walk- through tour of the newly rebuilt Hoover High School.
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