Hundreds of Students Proudly Celebrate Art & Diversity at San Diego Unified’s Art Exhibit 2017

Posted: Wednesday, March 15th 2017


San Diego Unified continues Arts Education month with art showcases that encourage students to create, innovate, and inspire others to embrace diversity and dream big.The San Diego Unified School District invites the community to experience its annual Student Art Exhibit. Over the next three weeks, San Diego Unified will present a diverse array of 590 artwork pieces by students in grades K-12.

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District scores above average on new state accountability system

Posted: Wednesday, March 15th 2017


California launched its new accountability system and San Diego Unified scores are above average on four of the five indicators reported in this early stage of implementation. 

The district achieved the “green” level, which is the second highest level and the state target, on four of the five indicators - Suspension rate, Graduation rate, English language arts, and Mathematics. On the fifth indicator, English learner progress, the district mark was “yellow” or median performance.

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Washington Elementary Students Celebrate Pi Day

Posted: Tuesday, March 14th 2017


Happening today at Washington Elementary, students are celebrating Pi day. Not pie as in apple pie, Pi as in the mathematical symbol 3.14. Pi day is celebrated nationwide every year on March 14th.
Students in Ms. David’s 3rd grade class are celebrating today with STEAM curriculum. Steam stands for science, technology, engineering, arts and math. The STEAM programs also focus on getting more girls interested in what has traditionally been male- dominated careers.

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600 graduating seniors selected to receive free tuition, books at SD Community Colleges

Posted: Thursday, March 2nd 2017


Six-hundred graduating high school seniors are being notified they will receive free tuition and books beginning the fall of 2017 at a San Diego Community College (SDCCD) campus through the San Diego Promise.

The San Diego Promise pays for enrollment fees and books that are not covered by financial aid. In exchange, San Diego Promise participants must to take part in orientation services and map out an education plan, be enrolled in at least 12 units for both fall and spring, provide at least eight hours of community service, and maintain a minimum GPA of 2.0.  

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