SDUSD Police host countywide law enforcement training

Posted: Wednesday, August 23rd 2017


The San Diego Unified School District Police Department recently hosted the first-ever San Diego County School Resource Officer training at Patrick Henry High School. More than 100 law enforcement officers were in attendance, representing multiple local law enforcement agencies including the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department, the San Diego County Probation Department, and several other federal partners. 

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SDUSD Stories: Rising star SCPA student Sky Frank

Posted: Wednesday, July 26th 2017


Earlier this year, San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts theatre student Sky Frank made local headlines for winning Best Actor at the 2017 Ben Vereen Awards. Since then, Sky’s star has only continued to rise: On June 26th, he was recognized as one of the nation’s top young actors at the National High School Musical Theatre Awards on Broadway, taking home the “Rising Star” award.

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Scripps Ranch student named 'Inspirational Student of the Month'

Posted: Friday, July 21st 2017


Persistent, creative and optimistic are just a few of the words used to describe Amira Walia, a junior at Scripps Ranch High School, and NBC 7’s “Inspirational Student of the Month.” Hear what she does to inspire other girls to pursue their passions and dreams. 

 

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San Diego Unified Approves School Climate Bill of Rights

Posted: Tuesday, July 18th 2017


San Diego (KGTV) - Holding students accountable for their actions without removing them from the classroom.

The San Diego Unified School district plans to change student discipline focusing more on conflict resolution.

"It helped me overcome a lot of the harm that was done to me,” said Larissa Galeana.

Larissa tells 10News she never got in trouble, but did benefit from the concepts of restorative justice.

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SDUSD Stories: Lincoln High Students Receive the Prom of a Lifetime

Posted: Monday, July 3rd 2017


When spring comes around and talk of Prom begins, most high school students begin thinking about their ideal night out. Who to go with, what color dress to buy, how to get the best table in town for dinner, even which color limousine to rent. But for those students who live with serious financial hardships every day, this topic invites anything but happiness and excitement.

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SDUSD Stories: The Central Elementary Camping Experience

Posted: Friday, June 30th 2017


This week, third grade students from Central Elementary School traded the noise and bustle of City Heights for the clear, open skies of Stelzer County Park, as they headed out to Lakeside for their school’s annual camping trip.

For most of the students, it was the first time they have ever been camping – or even seen a wide open natural space.

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