Bond program is transforming schools

Posted: Thursday, March 17th 2016

The teaching and learning environment in San Diego Unified School District has improved significantly since the passage of Propositions S (2008) and Z (2012). Not only do all K-12 students in district schools have access to 21st century technology via individual computing devices, but 5,477 classrooms have interactive white boards, audio-visual systems and other technology that enhances teaching and learning.

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UPDATE to Media Advisory: San Diego Unified School District Dedicates Turf Field at Oak Park Elementary School

Posted: Wednesday, March 16th 2016

UPDATE:  Spanish interviews will be available at the event this morning. For on-site parking, media should enter the north gate off of Maple Street.

Cynthia Reed-Porter, communications supervisor l Communications Office l San Diego Unified School District
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Joint-use fields expand with City of San Diego partnership

Posted: Friday, January 22nd 2016

Together, San Diego Unified and the City of San Diego will be establishing 30 new joint-use fields/parks at schools during the next 10 years. Once completed, the total joint-use fields/parks in the district will be approximately 100. Mayor Kevin Faulconer recently announced the new initiative, “Play All Day,” during his State of the City address.

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New Year looks bright for the district’s facilities bond program

Posted: Thursday, December 17th 2015

At its Dec. 1 meeting, the Board of Education reviewed and approved a six-year plan for the Propositions S and Z capital improvement program. Proposition Z is a $2.8 billion in general obligation bond measure approved by nearly 62 percent of the San Diego voters on Nov. 6, 2012. Proposition S is a $2.1 billion general obligation bond measure approved by nearly 69 percent of the voters on Nov. 4, 2008. 

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5th annual Construction Expo gets rave reviews

Posted: Wednesday, September 16th 2015

Before students can access their 21st century technology in their interactive classrooms, take career-oriented courses in state-of-the art, professional settings; move from temporary classrooms to permanent classroom buildings, or have athletic events that are accessible to everyone; the facilities need to be designed and constructed. 

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