Online learning already thrives in these San Diego Unified schools; here's what we've learned from their success

Posted: Friday, March 27th 2020


In San Diego and around the world, the COVID-19 pandemic has created a host of new challenges for everyday life, notably academic instruction at all levels. For students, parents, and teachers alike, the fear of a “lost” academic year has been a major concern.

Last week, Superintendent Cindy Marten announced that, at least in San Diego Unified, this school year will not be lost.

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San Diego Unified's Nursing and Wellness Department Offers Q&A for La Jolla COVID-19 Case, Parent Recommendations

Posted: Saturday, March 21st 2020


SAN DIEGO - Earlier this week, San Diego Unified was informed by the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency that a person(s) connected with several schools in the La Jolla community tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19). The schools impacted by this announcement are Bird Rock Elementary, La Jolla Elementary and La Jolla High School.

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School Closures: Words of Wisdom from San Diego's 2019 Teachers of the Year

Posted: Friday, March 20th 2020


The halls are empty at schools in San Diego and across the nation, but despite the challenges of this situation, we are hearing stories every day of the many ways our teachers are achieving success.

We thought it would be a good opportunity to check in with some outstanding educators who lead by example - our reigning San Diego Unified Teachers of the Year.

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