Lindbergh Schweitzer's garden blooms thanks to teamwork

Posted: Thursday, March 30th 2017


Story courtesy of Food Corp's "Garden Spotlight"

Imagine that you are strolling through an elementary school campus on a sunny spring day in San Diego. You turn a corner and happen upon a bountiful garden full of raised garden beds. After pausing to marvel at the kale, arugula, radishes, chamomile, flowers, cucumbers, sunflowers, lettuce, chard, and corn, you continue on through the campus.

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Important facts, materials relating to Emerson-Bandini water testing

Posted: Thursday, March 30th 2017


An NBC 7 report on March 30 contained multiple inaccuracies regarding the district’s work to provide clean, safe drinking water at all of its school sites. Therefore, in order to directly provide the most accurate and up-to-date information to the students, parents and the community we serve, moving forward the district will be updating its website on a regular basis to share the facts in this matter.

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San Diego Unified Offers Spring Break Resources To Help Parents Pick Up Where Teachers Leave Off

Posted: Thursday, March 30th 2017


Have you heard about San Diego Unified's High Impact Home Strategies, tips that parents can use to keep their students sharp-minded while on vacation?

How about our FREE Spring Break lunch program?

What about our "Play-All-Day" Join-Use felds?

KUSI's Brad Perry was LIVE from Rosa Parks Elementary this morning to talk about the all the FREE programs and resources San Diego Unified along with San Diego Parks & Rec offer parents this Spring break.

Watch the video to learn more.

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Keep Students Sharp-Minded During Spring Break with High Impact Home Strategies

Posted: Thursday, March 30th 2017


Students in San Diego Unified schools are off for spring break. But for their parents, class is in session. The district is launching a program to teach parents classroom tricks they can use at home.
It is called High Impact Home Strategies. The district is rolling out materials and videos this week with tips from teachers on how parents can make story time at home do double duty.

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California Education Leaders to President Trump: We Will Protect Immigrant Students from Discrimination and Attack

Posted: Thursday, March 23rd 2017


Representatives from the San Diego Unified School District, Sweetwater Union High School District, San Diego Community College District, and Southwestern Community College will hold a press conference to announce their signing of an amicus brief on behalf of schools and educators supporting Santa Clara County’s challengeto President Trump’s executive order targeting sanctuary jurisdictions.

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