Central Elementary students go camping

Posted: Wednesday, July 22nd 2015


In the NewsThird graders at Central Elementary School recently got to experience the great outdoors – some for the first time - with an overnight camping trip to Stelzer County Park in Lakeside. Students experienced typical camping rituals, such as hiking and singing songs around the campfire, as well as a variety of learning activities. Superintendent Cindy Marten joined the students for their overnight adventure.

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Three schools awarded grant to help with storm water collection

Posted: Thursday, July 16th 2015


In the News In response to Governor Brown's Drought State of Emergency Proclamation, the State Water Resources Control Board has awarded the San Diego Unified School District, in partnership with Groundwork San Diego-Chollas Creek, a grant totaling $1.2 million for use in storm water retention/reuse and water conservation best management practices at three area schools along Chollas Creek: Millennial Tech Middle School, Gompers Prepar

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Wangenheim Middle student excels on and off field

Posted: Tuesday, July 7th 2015


In the News IN THE NEWS: A 13-year-old Mira Mesa girl who is playing little league baseball with the boys is proving she's in a league of her own. Mira Mesa's All-Star has a secret weapon, and her name is Cara MacNaughton, who just completed eighth grade at Wangenheim Middle. Cara started playing T-ball with the boys when she was five-years-old and never looked back.
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Two Super Bowl MVPs visit Lincoln High School

Posted: Wednesday, June 3rd 2015


 
In the News IN THE NEWS: Students at Lincoln High School got to hear from two football legends and Lincoln alumnus that if you dream big, anything is possible. As part of the lead-up to Super Bowl 50, the NFL is honoring players who played in the Super Bowl and presenting them with a gold football at their respective high schools.
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Lincoln High School launches STEAM Middle College

Posted: Thursday, September 4th 2014


Lincoln The first cohort of students in the new Lincoln High School STEAM Middle College program began classes Monday, Aug. 18 as part of the latest collaboration between the San Diego Unified School District and the San Diego Community College District (SDCCD). The Aug. 18 start date aligned with the community college fall semester start date, which was two weeks before the regular start of the school year on Sept. 2.

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Sequoia Elementary grows health and wellness programs

Posted: Monday, August 4th 2014


Sequoia Elementary believes that students must stimulate their minds, as well as their bodies.

Sequoia Student Olympics During the past school year, the Dragons have expanded their health and wellness program to promote exercise and good diet. This included the creation of a running club and garden club.

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