Friday, September 22, 2017

Post Notices and Agendas

PLEASE NOTE:

·         Closed Session Agenda—Tuesday, September 26  , 2017, 3:30 p.m., Room 2249
Open and Closed Session Meeting Information:  https://www.sandiegounified.org/board-meeting-information  

·         Regular Meeting Agenda— Tuesday, September 26, 2017, 5:00 p.m., Auditorium
BoardDocs Agenda Link: http://www.boarddocs.com/ca/sandi/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=AKF4EM0B395D

·         Notice of Special Meetings: Community Advisory Committee for Special Education (CAC), Special Ad Hoc Committee—September 2017 through May 2018
Committee Meeting Information: https://www.sandiegounified.org/2017-18-executive-meeting-schedule-and-information

·         Executive Committee Meeting and Special Ad Hoc Committee Meeting Agenda: Community Advisory Committee for Special Education—September 28, 2017, 6:30 p.m., Room 2249
Committee Meeting Information: https://www.sandiegounified.org/2017-18-executive-meeting-schedule-and-information   

·         Notice of Meeting Cancellation: Props S & Z ICOC Executive Governance Subcommittee Meeting —October 4, 2017
Committee Meeting Information: https://www.sandiegounified.org/executivegovernance-subcommittee            

Please forward to staff and as appropriate, print agenda and post in a prominent, publicly accessible location at your site.


Additionally, please refer to the below links for upcoming meetings, agendas, and minutes of the board advisory committees:

·         Audit and Finance: https://www.sandiegounified.org/audit-and-finance-committee  

·         CAC: General Membershiphttps://www.sandiegounified.org/cac-2017-18-general-meeting-and-information; and Executive Boardhttps://www.sandiegounified.org/2017-18-executive-meeting-schedule-and-information 

·         CTEAC: https://www.sandiegounified.org/cteac-2017-18-meeting-schedule-and-information

·         CSFC: https://www.sandiegounified.org/csfc-2017-meetings-schedule        

·         DAC: General Membershiphttps://www.sandiegounified.org/dac-2017-18-general-meeting-schedule-and-information; and Executive Boardhttps://www.sandiegounified.org/dac-2017-18-executive-meeting-schedule-and-information  

·         DELAC: General Membership and Executive Boardhttps://www.sandiegounified.org/delac-2017-18-meeting-schedule-and-information-0   

·         ICOC: https://www.sandiegounified.org/icoc-meeting  

 

Thank you.

Martha Corrales

Confidential Admin Assistant II

Board Services Office

619-725-5551/619-725-5550

mcorrales1@sandi.net

 

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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Media Advisory: University City High School Marks Construction Milestone As Investment In Campus Transformation Continues

MEDIA ADVISORY - San Diego Unified School District

                                                                                            

 

September 20, 2017

Contact: Samer Naji, 619-548-3388

 

University City High School Marks Construction Milestone As Investment In Campus Transformation Continues

 

 

WHAT:  District leaders and UCHS students will celebrate the official grand opening of recently completed Fabrication and Design program space, new athletic facilities and site improvements with a ribbon cutting ceremony before a varsity home game against Mar Vista.

 

WHEN:  Friday, September 22, 6:15 p.m. – Media tours available earlier by request.

 

WHERE:  University City High School, 6949 Genesee Avenue, San Diego, CA 92122 (Map is attached, follow green line from entrance to parking location, event location marked with gold star)

 

VISUALS: Brand new facilities including a beautiful monument tower and stadium entrance, the football team will be warming up on the field as district leaders speak, ribbon cutting ceremony surrounded by cheerleaders, JROTC will present the Colors, marching band will perform the national anthem, and game kickoff. 

 

GUEST SPEAKERS/INTERVIEWS:  San Diego Unified School District Trustee Dr. John Lee Evans, Superintendent Cindy Marten, Principal Jeff Olivero, Facilities Planning and Construction Chief Lee Dulgeroff.


PROJECT OVERVIEW:

 

Fabrication and Design: The existing University City High School woodshop and adjacent classroom space was modified to accommodate the new College, Career & Technical Education (CCTE) Fabrication and Design program. The project included minor revisions to existing interior space planning and direct connection between the equipment work area and an existing classroom to be utilized as a computer lab. The project also included replacing existing equipment with new technical equipment, new heating/ventilation/air conditioning, lighting, fire protection, and furniture, fixtures and other equipment.

 

Athletic Facilities and Site Improvements: The athletic facilities and parking lot upgrades project at University City High School involved a series of related projects that optimized the football field stadium, upper athletic fields, gymnasium, bus drop off and parking lots. The projects provided additional 6,722 square feet of support facilities include new restrooms, ticket booth, concession stands, storage buildings, and monument tower at the football field entrance. The parking lot improvements reconfigured the bus drop-off, vehicle loading zones and pedestrian paths of travel. Additional features included energy-efficient exterior LED lighting as well as new paving for student and administrative parking lots.   

 

BACKGROUND: These projects are funded by San Diego Unified School District’s Propositions S and Z, which are local bond measures approved by San Diego voters to repair, renovate and revitalize neighborhood schools. In addition to renovation and replacement, bond projects include classroom technology, facilities to support College, Career and Technical Education, classroom air conditioning, safety and security upgrades, and other facilities improvements at traditional and public charter schools throughout San Diego Unified. Prop. S is a 23-year capital facilities program that is funded by a $2.1 billion general obligation bond measure passed November 4, 2008. Prop. Z is a 15-year capital facilities program funded by a $2.8 billion general obligation bond measure passed November 6, 2012. By law, the funds cannot be used for teachers’ or school administrators’ salaries, nor can they be used for maintenance or operations.

 

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Post Revised Notice of Meetings

PLEASE NOTE:

·         Revised Notice of Meetings: Executive Board of the District Advisory Council for Compensatory Education (DAC)—Revised 2017-18 Meeting Schedule
Committee Meeting Information: https://www.sandiegounified.org/dac-2017-18-executive-meeting-schedule-and-information  

Please forward to staff and as appropriate, print notice and agendas and post in a prominent, publicly accessible location at your site.


Additionally, please refer to the below links for upcoming meetings, agendas, and minutes of the board advisory committees:

·         Audit and Finance: https://www.sandiegounified.org/audit-and-finance-committee  

·         CAC: General Membershiphttps://www.sandiegounified.org/cac-2017-18-general-meeting-and-information; and Executive Boardhttps://www.sandiegounified.org/2017-18-executive-meeting-schedule-and-information 

·         CTEAC: https://www.sandiegounified.org/cteac-2017-18-meeting-schedule-and-information

·         CSFC: https://www.sandiegounified.org/csfc-2017-meetings-schedule        

·         DAC: General Membershiphttps://www.sandiegounified.org/dac-2017-18-general-meeting-schedule-and-information; and Executive Boardhttps://www.sandiegounified.org/dac-2017-18-executive-meeting-schedule-and-information  

·         DELAC: General Membership and Executive Boardhttps://www.sandiegounified.org/delac-2017-18-meeting-schedule-and-information-0   

·         ICOC: https://www.sandiegounified.org/icoc-meeting  

 

Thank you.

 

Melissa Hudson

Confidential Administrative Assistant II

Board of Education

4100 Normal Street, Room 2231

San Diego, CA 92103-2682

Office: (619) 725-5550

Fax: (619) 297-5624

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Friday, September 15, 2017

Post Notices and Agendas

PLEASE NOTE:

·         Notice of Meeting Cancellation: Charter School Facility Committee Meeting—September 19, 2017
Committee Meeting Information: https://www.sandiegounified.org/csfc-2017-meetings-schedule

·         General Meeting Agenda: Audit and Finance Committee—Wednesday, September 20, 2017, 4:00 p.m., Room 2249.
BoardDocs Agenda Link: http://www.boarddocs.com/ca/sandi/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=AKPSVG73E359 

·         Notice of Committee Meeting: Review of District Progress on Graduation Standards and Strategies—Monday, September 18, 2017, 8:00 a.m., Room 2249
Committee Meeting Information: https://www.sandiegounified.org/graduation-standards-strategies

·         General Meeting Agenda: Review of District Progress on Graduation Standards and Strategies—Monday, September 18, 2017, 8:00 a.m., Room 2249
BoardDocs Agenda Link: http://www.boarddocs.com/ca/sandi/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=AR4MHA5B4BE7 

·         General Meeting Agenda: Independent Citizens’ Oversight Committee – Thursday, September 21, 2017, 10 a.m.; PPO, Training Room A, 4860 Ruffner St., 92111

                BoardDocs Agenda Link:  http://www.boarddocs.com/ca/sandi/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=AQGR4M6C2FBD

·         General Meeting Agenda: District Advisory Council for Compensatory Education Programs (DAC)—September 20, 2017, 6:30 p.m., Ballard Parent Center
BoardDocs Agenda Link: http://www.boarddocs.com/ca/sandi/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=AM9NXZ622272

Please forward to staff and as appropriate, print notice and agendas and post in a prominent, publicly accessible location at your site.


Additionally, please refer to the below links for upcoming meetings, agendas, and minutes of the board advisory committees:

·         Audit and Finance: https://www.sandiegounified.org/audit-and-finance-committee  

·         CAC: General Membershiphttps://www.sandiegounified.org/cac-2017-18-general-meeting-and-information; and Executive Boardhttps://www.sandiegounified.org/2017-18-executive-meeting-schedule-and-information 

·         CTEAC: https://www.sandiegounified.org/cteac-2017-18-meeting-schedule-and-information

·         CSFC: https://www.sandiegounified.org/csfc-2017-meetings-schedule        

·         DAC: General Membershiphttps://www.sandiegounified.org/dac-2017-18-general-meeting-schedule-and-information; and Executive Boardhttps://www.sandiegounified.org/dac-2017-18-executive-meeting-schedule-and-information  

·         DELAC: General Membership and Executive Boardhttps://www.sandiegounified.org/delac-2017-18-meeting-schedule-and-information-0   

·         ICOC: https://www.sandiegounified.org/icoc-meeting  

 

 

Martha Corrales

Confidential Admin Assistant II

Board Services Office

619-725-5551/619-725-5550

mcorrales1@sandi.net

 

Do the best you can until you know better.  Then when you know better, do better.  -Maya Angelou

 

News Release: San Diego Unified School District recognized by American Heart Association for workplace health achievement

News Release from the San Diego Unified School District, Sept. 15, 2017

 

San Diego Unified School District recognized by American Heart Association for workplace health achievement

 

SAN DIEGO – The 2017 results of the American Heart Association Workplace Health Achievement Index were announced earlier this week and San Diego Unified School District achieved Silver level recognition for taking significant steps to build a culture of health in the workplace.

 

In 2016, San Diego Unified launched its District Wellness Initiative to support the health & well-being of both students and district staff. It established a District Wellness Council that facilitated multiple community partnerships in support of staff wellness and coordinated wellness activities for staff including healthy cooking and fitness classes, biometric health screenings, and wellness workshops. School psychologists and nurses also coordinated professional development for staff on mindfulness and social emotional well-being.

 

In addition, more than 175 school sites identified a School Site Wellness Coordinator or committee and identified one student and one staff wellness project to implement during the school year.

 

The American Heart Association created the Index with its CEO Roundtable members, a leadership collaborative of more than 30 CEOs from some of America’s largest companies who are committed to applying evidence-based approaches to improve their employees’ overall health. The Index uses science-based best practices to evaluate the overall quality and comprehensiveness of their workplace health programs. A unique feature of the Index is that it calculates an average heart health score for employees of participating companies that securely submit aggregate health data.

 

More than 800 companies completed the Index assessment this year and, of those companies, 67 percent received either Gold, Silver, or Bronze recognition. Companies receive benchmarking reports, which allow them to identify potential areas of improvement so that they can advance their annual performance and recognition.

 

“San Diego Unified is committed to providing an environment where all members of its school communities are supported in making healthy choices for lifelong wellness,” said San Diego Unified Superintendent Cindy Marten. “Personal fitness and wellness are important components of every student’s education in San Diego Unified, as research indicates that students who eat healthy and are active achieve more. The same idea applies to employees. We are honored to receive this recognition for our efforts and will continue to make health and wellness a key priority across the district.”

 

The Association’s Workplace Health Achievement Index allows companies to measure the effectiveness of their workplace health programs, as well as the overall heart health of their employees. Unlike other existing organizational scorecards, the Index also scores companies on the heart health of their employees based on Life’s Simple 7®the Association’s scientifically validated definition of ideal heart health. The American Heart Association’s Workplace Health Achievement Index assessment is grounded in data-driven science, and a quality improvement framework. According to the Nielsen 2016 Employee Health Survey, robust and comprehensive strategies for well-being are associated with positive impacts on employees’ health.

 

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About the American Heart Association

The American Heart Association is devoted to saving people from heart disease and stroke – the two leading causes of death in the world. We team with millions of volunteers to fund innovative research, fight for stronger public health policies, and provide lifesaving tools and information to prevent and treat these diseases. The Dallas-based association is the nation’s oldest and largest voluntary organization dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke. To learn more or to get involved, call 1-800-AHA-USA1, visit heart.org or call any of our offices around the country. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

 

About the American Stroke Association

The American Stroke Association is devoted to saving people from stroke the No. 2 cause of death in the world and a leading cause of serious disability. We team with millions of volunteers to fund innovative research, fight for stronger public health policies, and provide lifesaving tools and information to prevent and treat stroke. The Dallas-based association officially launched in 1998 as a division of the American Heart Association. To learn more or to get involved, call 1-888-4STROKE or visit StrokeAssociation.org. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association receives funding mostly from individuals. Foundations and corporations donate as well, and fund specific programs and events. Strict policies are enforced to prevent these relationships from influencing the Association's science content. Financial information for the American Heart Association, including a list of contributions from pharmaceutical companies and device manufacturers, is available at http://www.heart.org/corporatefunding.

 

For Media Inquiries:

Maureen Magee, San Diego Unified Communications, mmagee@sandi.net

 

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Thursday, September 14, 2017

NEWS RELEASE: San Diego Unified Successes to Be Highlighted at Education Equity Conference

NEWS RELEASE
September 14, 2017



San Diego Unified Successes to Be Highlighted at Education Equity Conference
Superintendent Cindy Marten to be featured speaker at Education Equity Forum for educators at the forefront of equitable educational change
SAN DIEGO (September 14, 2017) - San Diego Unified School District's equity initiatives will be showcased at the Ed Trust West's—Education Equity Forum 2017: Ensuring College & Career Readiness for Students of Color & Low-Income Students in San Diego.
Superintendent Cindy Marten will be a featured speaker at the forum, where she will discuss San Diego Unified's achievements- including its record 91% graduation rate for the class of 2016, the first-ever with the elevated a-g requirements.

The Ed Trust West's Education Equity Forum provides a dedicated space for educators to connect, converse, and collaborate with equity-focused leaders from across the state of California. The forum will focus on College & Career Readiness efforts and feature innovative practices from the San Diego Unified School District that advance educational equity for students of color and low-income students.

The San Diego Unified School District is committed to increasing the academic rigor for all students, and has launched specific initiatives designed to achieve equity so that all students have the same access to a high quality education.

For example, last year more than 2,800 high school students were enrolled in college courses – including 2,227 who took those courses on their high school campuses.

The video link below highlights the college and career readiness programs within the district.
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MEDIA ADVISORY: San Diego Unified Kicks Off Hispanic Heritage Week with Mexican Independence Day Multi-Cultural Festivities

MEDIA ADVISORY
September 14, 2017

San Diego Unified Kicks Off Hispanic Heritage Week with Mexican Independence Day Multi-Cultural Festivities
Rosa Parks Elementary School will celebrate Mexican Independence day with student performances, special presentations and special guest speakers


WHEN: Friday, September 15, 2017 8:15 a.m.

LOCATION: Rosa Parks Elementary School, 4510 Landis St, San Diego, CA

DETAILS:The San Diego Unified School District recognizes the diversity reflected within the City of San Diego as well as its students and staff and respects the contributions, culture, and heritage of Latinos in this community.

On Tuesday, September 12, 2017, the San Diego Unified School District passed a resolution proclaiming the week of September 15 through October 15, 2017, as National Hispanic Heritage Month and encourages teachers, other staff members, students, and the community to use this opportunity to honor the contributions of the Latino population.

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Week and ahead of Mexican Independence day San Diego Unified would like to recognize the achievements of our Hispanic Students throughout the District with a multi-cultural celebration at Rosa Parks Elementary School.

Some of those achievements are:

· San Diego Unified reclassified more than 4000 English language learners as English proficient students last school year.


· In addition, the district's number of long-term English language learners has decreased.


· The graduation rate for Hispanic students has increased from 84.9% in the 2014-2015 school year to 87.6% in the 2015-2016 – the highest in the state among big-city districts.


· The English Language Learner's graduation rate went from 73.4% in 2014-2015 to 81.4% in 2015-2016 – also the highest in the state among big-city districts.


· The San Diego Unified School District Seal of Bi-literacy was awarded to 516 students in 2017, up from 463 in 2016


Members of the community are invited to join Rosa Parks Elementary as they celebrate Mexican Independence Day and Hispanic student achievement with student performances, Ballet Folklorico Raices, Mexican Escolta and a special guest speaker from the Mexican Embassy.


SPEAKERS AVAILABLE: San Diego Unified School Board Members, Principal Veronika Lopez-Mendez, Representative from the Mexican Embassy, Student and Parent leaders

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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Media Advisory: San Diego Unified School District Partners With Statewide Environmental Advocacy Organization To Address Lead in Drinking Water

                                                                                                                                       

 

 

 

MEDIA ADVISORY

                                                                                            

September 13, 2017

 

 Contact: Samer Naji, 619-548-3388

 

San Diego Unified School District Partners With Statewide Environmental Advocacy Organization To Address Lead in Drinking Water

 

 

WHAT:  CALPIRG will join San Diego Unified School District at a press conference to announce the district's new lead action level and water remediation plan. A progress report on remediation efforts will be provided, including announcing the completion of remediation efforts at Birney Elementary School.

 

WHEN:  Thursday, September 14, 4:00 p.m.

 

WHERE:  Birney Elementary School, 4345 Campus Avenue, San Diego, CA 92103 (meet in front of the school).

 

VISUALS:  District officials, CALPIRG Public Health Advocate, Birney ES stakeholders at a press conference with Birney Elementary School as the backdrop.

 

GUEST SPEAKERS/INTERVIEWS:  San Diego Unified School District Board of Education President Richard Barrera, Vice President Kevin Beiser, Superintendent Cindy Marten, CALPIRG Public Health Advocate Jason Pfeifle, Birney ES parents.

 

BACKGROUND: With feedback from CALPIRG, district staff developed and presented a new water remediation plan to the Board of Education. San Diego Unified's Board of Education adopted the new water remediation plan at the July 25, 2017 meeting.

 

The new plan sets a strict lead in drinking water action level of 5 parts per billion. This new action level is one third of the state and federal government action level of 15 parts per billion and matches the Food and Drug Administration's standard for bottled drinking water. This stringent lead action level is the lowest among California school districts and establishes San Diego Unified as a national leader in water quality standards.

 

By setting the lowest lead action level of any school district in California, the drinking water plan requires the remediation of lead identified by drinking water sampling conducted by the City of San Diego in April-June 2017, even when those levels meet state and federal water quality standards. To ensure all water outlets that may be used for drinking or food preparation meet the district's strict new standard, the district will sample all of the remaining water outlets used for human consumption across the entire district. This sampling project will include early childhood education facilities and central offices, which were excluded from the State Water Resources Control Board school sampling program. The district wide sampling project is expected to take 3 years to complete and will initially focus on sites previously identified by the city as having lead levels that met state and federal standards but exceed the district's new action level. By 2020, district staff will produce a menu of options to be presented to the school board that would allow for the district to reduce the action level to 1 ppb.

 

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Monday, September 11, 2017

Post Notice of Change of Time and Agenda

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·         Notice of Change of Time: Props S & Z ICOC Construction Subcommittee Meeting—October 5 through December 7, 2017, changed from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Committee Meeting Information: https://www.sandiegounified.org/construction-subcommittee

·         General Meeting Agenda: Community Advisory Committee for Special Education (CAC)—September 14, 2017, 7:00 p.m., Ballard Parent Center Auditorium
Committee Meeting Information: https://www.sandiegounified.org/cac-2017-18-general-meeting-and-information

Please forward to staff and as appropriate, print notice and agendas and post in a prominent, publicly accessible location at your site.


Additionally, please refer to the below links for upcoming meetings, agendas, and minutes of the board advisory committees:

·         Audit and Finance: https://www.sandiegounified.org/audit-and-finance-committee  

·         CAC: General Membershiphttps://www.sandiegounified.org/cac-2017-18-general-meeting-and-information; and Executive Boardhttps://www.sandiegounified.org/2017-18-executive-meeting-schedule-and-information 

·         CTEAC: https://www.sandiegounified.org/cteac-2017-18-meeting-schedule-and-information

·         CSFC: https://www.sandiegounified.org/csfc-2017-meetings-schedule        

·         DAC: General Membershiphttps://www.sandiegounified.org/dac-2017-18-general-meeting-schedule-and-information; and Executive Boardhttps://www.sandiegounified.org/dac-2017-18-executive-meeting-schedule-and-information  

·         DELAC: General Membership and Executive Boardhttps://www.sandiegounified.org/delac-2017-18-meeting-schedule-and-information-0   

·         ICOC: https://www.sandiegounified.org/icoc-meeting  

 

Thank you.

 

Melissa Hudson

Confidential Administrative Assistant II

Board of Education

4100 Normal Street, Room 2231

San Diego, CA 92103-2682

Office: (619) 725-5550

Fax: (619) 297-5624

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Friday, September 8, 2017

Post Board Agendas, September 12, 2017

PLEASE NOTE:

·         Closed Session Agenda—Tuesday, September 12  , 2017, 3:30 p.m., Room 2249
Open and Closed Session Meeting Information: https://www.sandiegounified.org/board-meeting-information   

·         Regular Meeting Agenda— Tuesday, September 12, 2017, 5:00 p.m., Auditorium
BoardDocs Agenda Link: http://www.boarddocs.com/ca/sandi/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=AKF46409F968             

Please forward to staff and as appropriate, print agenda and post in a prominent, publicly accessible location at your site.


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·         Audit and Finance: https://www.sandiegounified.org/audit-and-finance-committee  

·         CAC: General Membershiphttps://www.sandiegounified.org/cac-2017-18-general-meeting-and-information; and Executive Boardhttps://www.sandiegounified.org/2017-18-executive-meeting-schedule-and-information 

·         CTEAC: https://www.sandiegounified.org/cteac-2017-18-meeting-schedule-and-information

·         CSFC: https://www.sandiegounified.org/csfc-2017-meetings-schedule        

·         DAC: General Membershiphttps://www.sandiegounified.org/dac-2017-18-general-meeting-schedule-and-information; and Executive Boardhttps://www.sandiegounified.org/dac-2017-18-executive-meeting-schedule-and-information  

·         DELAC: General Membership and Executive Boardhttps://www.sandiegounified.org/delac-2017-18-meeting-schedule-and-information-0   

·         ICOC: https://www.sandiegounified.org/icoc-meeting  

 

Thank you.

Martha Corrales

Confidential Admin Assistant II

Board Services Office

619-725-5551/619-725-5550

mcorrales1@sandi.net

 

Do the best you can until you know better.  Then when you know better, do better.  -Maya Anglou

 

 

 

Thursday, September 7, 2017

NEWS RELEASE – San Diego Unified’s Grant K-8 a Thriving Neighborhood School After $12 Million Construction and Renovation Project

San Diego Unified School District News Release – Grant K-8 a Thriving Neighborhood School After $12 Million Construction and Renovation Project

 

September 7, 2017

 

SAN DIEGO – Celebrating the 150th anniversary of President Ulysses S. Grant's election win in 1868, the Grant K-8 community will come together Thursday, September 7 at 5:30 p.m. to mark the grand opening of brand new facilities at the school. Featuring a student band and a student performance of the national anthem, students and district leaders will cut a red ribbon to formally open the brand new two-story classroom building at the neighborhood school.

 

While Grant K-8 already succeeds in key areas such as academics, Visual and Performing Arts, student technology, health and wellness, and civic engagement, this $12,000,000 project marked a significant step forward in the district's Vision 2020 goal to have a neighborhood school in every neighborhood. These new facilities will enhance student growth and achievement by providing modern, state-of-the-art learning settings.

 

"As excited as we are about this beautiful new facility, we are even more excited about the opportunities the students who learn here will have," said district Superintendent Cindy Marten. She adds, "As with all San Diego Unified schools, they will have access to rigorous academic courses, including seminar, and access to the arts and music, access to outstanding health and wellness opportunities, the latest technology, and opportunities to change the world they live in by participating in community service clubs and great civics learning programs like the Model UN."

 

The new facility is an 8,400 SF, two-story, eight-classroom building with a data/technology room. Within this building are 5,800 SF of new cafeteria, food service, lunch court, educational support, and storage. To make way for the new building, eight portable classrooms were removed, and five relocatable classrooms were repurposed on campus. The new parking lot provides 42 spaces, of which 37 are standard, three are designated for fuel efficient vehicles, and two are accessible. The lot also includes a new kindergarten drop off area and new landscaping.

 

Improvements to existing buildings include classroom air conditioning, a new intercom system, and fire alarm system. The site received an electrical service upgrade, a new eight-inch water line for fire safety, sewer improvements, and storm water improvements. The scope of work was developed with consideration for educational and facility needs, and with public comment received during a series of community meetings.

 

This project is funded by San Diego Unified School District's Propositions S and Z, which are local bond measures approved by San Diego voters to repair, renovate and revitalize neighborhood schools. In addition to renovation and replacement, bond projects include classroom technology, facilities to support College, Career and Technical Education, classroom air conditioning, safety and security upgrades, and other facilities improvements at traditional and public charter schools throughout San Diego Unified. Prop. S is a 23-year capital facilities program that is funded by a $2.1 billion general obligation bond measure passed November 4, 2008. Prop. Z is a 15-year capital facilities program funded by a $2.8 billion general obligation bond measure passed November 6, 2012. By law, the funds cannot be used for teachers' or school administrators' salaries, nor can they be used for maintenance or operations.

 

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Contact: Samer Naji, Facilities Communications Supervisor -- (619-548-3388) -- snaji@sandi.net

 

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Wednesday, September 6, 2017

MEDIA ADVISORY: Grant K-8 Commemorates 150th Anniversary of President Ulysses S. Grant’s Election with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Back to School Night

MEDIA ADVISORY                                                                                         

 

Contact: Samer Naji                                                                                                                              09/06/17

   619-548-3388

 

WHAT:  Grant K-8 Commemorates 150th Anniversary of President Ulysses S. Grant's Election with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Back to School Night

 

WHEN:  Thursday, September 7 at 5:30 p.m.

 

WHERE:  1425 Washington Place, San Diego, CA 92103 (event and parking map is attached).

 

VISUALS:  Join San Diego Unified and Grant K-8 during a community celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony for the new facilities at Grant K-8. As the 2017-2018 school years falls on the 150th anniversary of President Grant's 1868 election, the program includes a student band, a student singing the national anthem, and district speakers. Students and district leaders will cut a red ribbon before initiating Back to School Night.

 

GUEST SPEAKERS/INTERVIEWS:  Superintendent Cindy Marten, Board of Education President Richard Barrera, Facilities Planning and Construction Chief Officer Lee Dulgeroff, Principal Kathy Lorden.

 

PROJECT OVERVIEW:  This $12,000,000 project included the construction of a new classroom building, new cafeteria, outdoor lunch court, and new parking lot. The new classroom building is an 8,400 SF, two-story, eight-classroom building with a data/technology room. Within this building are 5,800 SF of new cafeteria, food service, lunch court, educational support, and storage. To make way for the new building, eight portable classrooms were removed, and five relocatable classrooms were repurposed on campus.

 

The new parking lot provides 42 spaces, of which 37 are standard, three are designated for fuel efficient vehicles, and two are accessible. The lot also includes a new kindergarten drop off area and new landscaping.

 

Improvements to existing buildings include classroom air conditioning, a new intercom system, and fire alarm system. The site received an electrical service upgrade, a new eight-inch water line for fire safety, sewer improvements, and storm water improvements. The scope of work was developed with consideration for educational and facility needs, and with public comment received during a series of community meetings.

 

BACKGROUND:  This project is funded by San Diego Unified School District's Propositions S and Z, which are local bond measures approved by San Diego voters to repair, renovate and revitalize neighborhood schools. In addition to renovation and replacement, bond projects include classroom technology, facilities to support College, Career and Technical Education, classroom air conditioning, safety and security upgrades, and other facilities improvements at traditional and public charter schools throughout San Diego Unified. Prop. S is a 23-year capital facilities program that is funded by a $2.1 billion general obligation bond measure passed November 4, 2008. Prop. Z is a 15-year capital facilities program funded by a $2.8 billion general obligation bond measure passed November 6, 2012. By law, the funds cannot be used for teachers' or school administrators' salaries, nor can they be used for maintenance or operations.

 

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