Friday, March 31, 2017

Post Board Meeting Agenda, April 4, 2017

PLEASE NOTE:

·         Closed Session Agenda—Tuesday, April 4, 2017, 3:30 p.m., Room 2249
Open and Closed Session Meeting Information: https://www.sandiegounified.org/board-meeting-information  

·         Regular Meeting Agenda—Tuesday, April 4, 2017, 5:00 p.m., Auditorium
BoardDocs Agenda Link: http://www.boarddocs.com/ca/sandi/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=AC3S9970DF39                

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


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

·         Audit and Finance: https://www.sandiegounified.org/node/528

·         CAC: General Membershiphttps://www.sandiegounified.org/cac-2016-17-general-meeting-schedule-and-information; and Executive Boardhttps://www.sandiegounified.org/cac-2016-17-executive-meeting-schedule-and-information 

·         CTEAC: https://www.sandiegounified.org/cteac-2016-17-meeting-schedule-and-information

·         CSFC: https://www.sandiegounified.org/csfc-2016-meetings-schedule       

·         DAC: General Membershiphttps://www.sandiegounified.org/dac-2016-17-general-meeting-schedule-and-information; and Executive Boardhttps://www.sandiegounified.org/dac-2016-17-executive-meeting-schedule-and-information 

·         DELAC: General Membership and Executive Boardhttps://www.sandiegounified.org/delac-2016-17-meeting-schedule-and-information  

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

Thank you.

 

Josefina Viorato

Confidential Administrative Assistant II

Board Services Office

4100 Normal Street, Room 2231

San Diego, CA  92103

( (619) 725-5551

7 (619) 297-5624

* jviorato@sandi.net

 

 

 

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader.” – John Quincy Adams

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Post Committee Meeting Notices: ICOC Executive/Governance Subcommittee

PLEASE NOTE:

·         Notice of Meeting Cancellation: ICOC Executive/Governance Subcommittee Meeting—April 5, 2017, 4:00 p.m.

·         Notice of Change of Date: ICOC Executive/Governance Subcommittee Meeting—Changed from May 3 to May 8
Committee Meeting Information: https://www.sandiegounified.org/executivegovernance-subcommittee   

 

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

 

Thank you.

 

Josefina Viorato

Confidential Administrative Assistant II

Board Services Office

4100 Normal Street, Room 2231

San Diego, CA  92103

( (619) 725-5551-Direct

( (619) 725-5550-Office

7 (619) 297-5624-Fax

* jviorato@sandi.net

 

 

 

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader.” – John Quincy Adams

 

Friday, March 24, 2017

MEDIA ADVISORY: San Diego Unified’s ULTIMATE Spring Break FUN Guide - FREE and FUN resources Parents can utilize while school is out to keep students active, healthy and sharp-minded during vacation

MEDIA ADVISORY
March 24, 2017
San Diego Unified's ULTIMATE Spring Break FUN Guide
FREE and FUN resources Parents can utilize while school is out to keep students active, healthy and sharp-minded during vacation

WHAT: Media is invited to visit the City Heights Recreation center for information on fun and free resources provided by The San Diego Unified School District that parents can take advantage of this Spring Break. San Diego Unified's Spring break runs from March 27 through 31 for traditional schools and March 27 through April 25 for year-round schools.

WHERE: City Heights Recreation Center, 4380 Landis St., 92105
WHEN: Tuesday, March 28, 2017 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.

DETAILS:

1. STAY ACTIVE! – San Diego Unified "Play-All-Day" Joint-Use Fields OPEN for community use
Even though schools are closed for Spring Break, their joint-use parks/fields will be open. For six decades San Diego Unified School District has been maximizing the use of its facilities by developing joint-use agreements that benefit the schools and the communities around them. The school district has 76 joint use agreements with the City of San Diego for turf playfields and recreation facilities at which the schools use the facilities during school hours, then the communities use them after school is out and during school breaks.


2. FREE LUNCH! – San Diego Unified Food and Nutrition Services serving lunches all break long
San Diego Unified Food and Nutrition Services is once again serving free lunches at city recreation centers during the spring intercession, March 27 through April 25. Lunch is free for any child 18 years or younger. No paperwork, income verification or applications required.

This year, lunches will be served at:
City Heights Recreation Center
Colina Del Sol Recreation Center
Copley Price YMCA
North Park Recreation Center.


3. FUN FREE PROGRAMS! – Sign up for swimming lessons, arts and crafts programs, Teen Center events and lots more at a local Parks & Rec Center.
After enjoying your lunch, stay for some fun! San Diego Parks & Rec offer a variety of fun classes available during spring break!


4. STAY ENGAGED! - Avoid Spring Break "Brian-Drain"
San Diego Unified's Family and Community Engagement Department (FACE) will be on hand to share a few tips on how parents can avoid the "Spring Break- Brain Drain" by using their High Impact Home Strategies. High Impact Home Strategies, are research-based practices, linked to student learning, that when utilized by parents and caregivers at home, have been proven to have significant impacts on student learning and academic achievement in school.

VISUALS: Children receiving free, healthy lunch; demonstration of healthy meal options. Demonstration on High Impact Home Strategies. City Heights Recreation Center Program visuals.

**PLEASE CONFIRM MEDIA COVERAGE PRIOR TO EVENT DATE**

Media Contact: Isabella McNeil, San Diego Unified School District, 619-341-2343 Imcneil@Sandi.net<mailto:Imcneil@Sandi.net>

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MEDIA ADVISORY: San Diego Unified’s ULTIMATE Spring Break FUN Guide - FREE and FUN resources Parents can utilize while school is out to keep students active, healthy and sharp-minded during vacation

MEDIA ADVISORY
March 24, 2017
San Diego Unified's ULTIMATE Spring Break FUN Guide
FREE and FUN resources Parents can utilize while school is out to keep students active, healthy and sharp-minded during vacation

WHAT: Media is invited to visit the City Heights Recreation center for information on fun and free resources provided by The San Diego Unified School District that parents can take advantage of this Spring Break. San Diego Unified's Spring break runs from March 27 through 31 for traditional schools and March 27 through April 25 for year-round schools.

WHERE: City Heights Recreation Center, 4380 Landis St., 92105
WHEN: Tuesday, March 28, 2017 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.

DETAILS:

1. STAY ACTIVE! – San Diego Unified "Play-All-Day" Joint-Use Fields OPEN for community use
Even though schools are closed for Spring Break, their joint-use parks/fields will be open. For six decades San Diego Unified School District has been maximizing the use of its facilities by developing joint-use agreements that benefit the schools and the communities around them. The school district has 76 joint use agreements with the City of San Diego for turf playfields and recreation facilities at which the schools use the facilities during school hours, then the communities use them after school is out and during school breaks.


2. FREE LUNCH! – San Diego Unified Food and Nutrition Services serving lunches all break long
San Diego Unified Food and Nutrition Services is once again serving free lunches at city recreation centers during the spring intercession, March 27 through April 25. Lunch is free for any child 18 years or younger. No paperwork, income verification or applications required.

This year, lunches will be served at:
City Heights Recreation Center
Colina Del Sol Recreation Center
Copley Price YMCA
North Park Recreation Center.


3. FUN FREE PROGRAMS! – Sign up for swimming lessons, arts and crafts programs, Teen Center events and lots more at a local Parks & Rec Center.
After enjoying your lunch, stay for some fun! San Diego Parks & Rec offer a variety of fun classes available during spring break!


4. STAY ENGAGED! - Avoid Spring Break "Brian-Drain"
San Diego Unified's Family and Community Engagement Department (FACE) will be on hand to share a few tips on how parents can avoid the "Spring Break- Brain Drain" by using their High Impact Home Strategies. High Impact Home Strategies, are research-based practices, linked to student learning, that when utilized by parents and caregivers at home, have been proven to have significant impacts on student learning and academic achievement in school.


**PLEASE CONFIRM MEDIA COVERAGE PRIOR TO EVENT DATE**

Media Contact: Isabella McNeil, San Diego Unified School District, 619-341-2343 Imcneil@Sandi.net<mailto:Imcneil@Sandi.net>

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Thursday, March 23, 2017

MEDIA ADVISORY:San Diego Unified School Police “True Blue Buddies - Police Interaction with Youth” Mentorship Program Student Graduation Ceremony

MEDIA ADVISORY
March 23, 2017
San Diego Unified School Police "True Blue Buddies - Police Interaction with Youth" Mentorship Program Student Graduation Ceremony

WHAT: 5th grade students from Porter Elementary will graduate Friday from a school police mentorship program geared at building positive relationships with Police Officers at an early age. This program is unique to The San Diego Unified School District and due to its success and popularity will be implemented at schools throughout the district in the near future.

The yearlong mentorship program includes various events over the school year, including educational workshops and Holiday gatherings. The primary goal of the mentorship program is to provide support through small group mentoring, as well as instill positive values and teach lifelong lessons students will use throughout their futures.

WHERE: Porter Elementary School North
445 S 47th St., 92113

WHEN: Friday, March 24, 2017 at 9:30 a.m.

Media Inquiries: Isabella McNeil, San Diego Unified School District, 619-341-2343 Imcneil@Sandi.net<mailto:Imcneil@Sandi.net>

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MEDIA ADVISORY: Student “Chavistas” from 22 San Diego Unified Schools Honor Cesar Chavez at 8th Annual MaƱanitas Breakfast with Acclaimed Playwright Luis Valdez

MEDIA ADVISORY
March 23, 2017

Student "Chavistas" from 22 San Diego Unified Schools Honor Cesar Chavez at 8th Annual Mañanitas Breakfast with Acclaimed Playwright Luis Valdez
More than 900 students will take part in the celebration of the civil rights leader's birthday at the San Diego Convention Center


WHAT: The 8th Annual Las Mañanitas Breakfast will host several hundred elementary and middle school students who participate in the Cesar Chavez Service Clubs at their schools. The San Diego Unified School District has 35 Cesar Chavez Service Clubs within the district. Since 2001, the Cesar Chavez Service Clubs have offered an exciting and innovative leadership development club. The Clubs are built on the ten values of Cesar Chavez and are designed to engage Club members in leadership and community service activities.

This year the event will honor widely acclaimed playwright Luiz Valdez, who is considered to be the founder of Chicano Theater. Luis Valdez will be honored for his lifelong influence on Chicano culture.

For more information on the Cesar Chavez Service Clubs visit: www.ChavezClubs.org

SPEAKERS AVAILABLE: Luis Valdez, Honoree
Linda and Carlos LeGrette, Founders, Cesar Chavez Clubs
Cindy Marten, Superintendent, San Diego Unified School District
"Chavista" Student participants

WHEN: Friday, March 24, 2017 7:00 – 9:00 a.m.

WHERE: San Diego Convention Center, 111 W Harbor Dr., 92101
**PLEASE CONFIRM MEDIA COVERAGE PRIOR TO EVENT**

Media Contact: Isabella McNeil, San Diego Unified School District, 619-341-2343 Imcneil@Sandi.net<mailto:Imcneil@Sandi.net>

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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

MEDIA ADVISORY: 300 San Diego Unified High School Girls Take Part in Women in Biotech Conference with Nobel Peace Prize Winner

MEDIA ADVISORY
March 22, 2017
300 San Diego Unified High School Girls Take Part in Women in Biotech Conference with Nobel Peace Prize Winner
Nobel Peace Prize Winner among conference presenters at STEAM Leadership Series

WHAT: Students from SIX San Diego Unified High Schools will participate in a STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) Leadership Series focused on career opportunities within STEAM fields. The Series will connect business leaders to San Diego Unified students in an effort to bridge the science, education and high-tech business communities and encourage Career Pathways that empower young women to dream big and pursue careers that will change the world.

The STEAM Leadership Series is a program of Intellectual Capital Chapple and Kids Eco Club in partnership with the San Diego Unified School District (SDUSD) with support from The San Diego Foundation, SDG&E, USS Midway Museum, Illumina, the Moxie Foundation, Farrell Family Foundation, and others.

WHERE: Salk Institute for Biological Studies Conrad T. Prebys Auditorium
10010 N Torrey Pines Road, La Jolla, 92037

WHEN: Thursday, March 23, 2017

DETAILS:
9:15 - 9:20: Introductions:
Welcome by SDUSD / Meaning of Linked Learning in Smart City San Diego
Steve Chapple, Exec. Dir, STEAM
Becky Petitt, Vice Chancellor UCSD
9:20 - 9:40: Elizabeth Blackburn, President of Salk Research Institute, Nobel Prize Winner – "Women in Science, Health, and Biotech"
9:40- 9:50: Q&A Career PANEL

**PLEASE CONFIRM MEDIA COVERAGE PRIOR TO EVENT DATE**

Media Contact: Isabella McNeil, San Diego Unified School District, 619-341-2343 Imcneil@Sandi.net<mailto:Imcneil@Sandi.net>

[cid:image001.jpg@01D2A312.5F900AE0]Elizabeth Blackburn, PhD, President of Salk Research Institute, won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2009 for discovering the molecular nature of telomeres, the ends of chromosomes that serve as protective caps essential for preserving genetic information, and for co-discovering telomerase, an enzyme that maintains telomere ends. Blackburn's tenure as Salk's president began on January 1, 2016.

Dr. Becky Pettit, Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversion, and Inclusion at UCSD will briefly welcome us and introduce Dr. Blackburn
[cid:image002.jpg@01D2A312.5F900AE0]



CAREER PANEL
Asako Navarro serves San Diego Zoo Global as a Research Coordinator in Genetics.<http://institute.sandiegozoo.org/node/9> She is currently involved in a number of research projects using genetic techniques to assess populations of local endangered species such as the Stephens' kangaroo rat,<http://institute.sandiegozoo.org/node/7021> Pacific pocket mouse,<http://institute.sandiegozoo.org/node/7027> and Peninsular bighorn sheep.<http://institute.sandiegozoo.org/node/7001> Her responsibilities also include performing genetic sexing, paternity, and species identification. [cid:image003.png@01D2A312.5F900AE0] Additionally, she helps with the maintenance and expansion of the Frozen Zoo®<http://institute.sandiegozoo.org/node/7254> tissue and DNA collection.




[cid:image004.jpg@01D2A312.5F900AE0]Dr. Megan Owen serves San Diego Zoo Global as Associate Director of Applied Animal Ecology<http://institute.sandiegozoo.org/node/4>. In this role, she oversees the division's large carnivore research programs, including giant panda<http://institute.sandiegozoo.org/node/7016>, polar bear<http://institute.sandiegozoo.org/node/7080> and Andean bear<http://institute.sandiegozoo.org/node/6997> programs, establishing key links with other divisions and departments across San Diego Zoo Global, government agencies, and partner NGOs working to conserve large carnivores (primarily bears) around the world. Megan's work spans across a range of conservation applications, from conservation breeding, to developing post-release monitoring strategies, to mitigating the impacts of industrial activities in critical wildlife habitats. Megan also leads our polar bear conservation research program, focusing on building strong links between field-based and zoo-based conservation research efforts.

Pantea Khodami Manager, Market Development at Illumina, MIT
[cid:image005.jpg@01D2A312.5F900AE0]Pantea has an undergraduate and graduate degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a minor in management from Sloan School of Business. She started at Illumina ~ 7 years ago and has had both managerial and technical roles at the company. She has been a product manager, a senior application scientist and now a market manager. One of her career highlights is launching the HiSeq X Ten instrument, the system that broke the 'sound barrier' of human genomics by enabling the $1,000 genome. In her spare time, she mentors high school students applying to top universities and helps MIT with the interview process of the applicants. She has also been part of the board for MIT chapter of San Diego as the VP of Programs. She deeply believes in giving back and empowering more women to achieve their highest potential.

[cid:image006.jpg@01D2A312.5F900AE0]Ida khodami Sr Manager, Engineering at Illumina, University of Waterloo
Ida has a master's degree in Electrical and Computer engineering and after graduate school, was recruited to work at Illumina as a senior engineer. Before joining Illumina Ida worked on design and development of a biomedical device for vain detection. She holds a patent in her name for this invention and through this experience Ida found her love for engineering devices which can help human health. Ida has been with Illumina for 8 years and has led different teams from Instrumentation Design/Development to Operations (Outsourcing/Cost saving) to Consumables Software Management. She currently works in the bioinformatics department as the core team lead for a very exciting project related to Internet of Things (One part of the project that she can share is to make Illumina sequencers Smarter.) Ida loves traveling, wine tasting, cooking and yoga.

[cid:image007.jpg@01D2A312.5F900AE0]Dr. Corina Antal from the Evans Gene Expression Lab
Corina Antal, a Salk research associate in Ronald Evans'<http://www.salk.edu/scientist/ronald-evans/> lab, has garnered attention for her leading work on proteins that suppress tumor growth. The 29-year-old landed a spot on Forbes' 2016 "30 under 30" list that is comprised of "bright entrepreneurs, breakout talents and change agents" in 20 sectors. Antal was also named a Damon Runyon Fellow in November 2015 by the Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation for her efforts to increase the efficacy of pancreatic cancer therapies.

Dr. Elena Blanco-Suarez from the Allen Molecular Neurobiology Lab.
[cid:image008.jpg@01D2A312.5F900AE0]Research Associate, Post-doctoral researcher<https://www.linkedin.com/company-beta/10095/>
• In vivo studies in CRISPR KO.
• RNA extraction, RT-PCR, transfection in primary cell and cell line cultures.
• Dissection, immunopanning, primary cell cultures, cell line cultures.
• SDS-PAGE and Western-blot.
• Cloning. 
• Immunocytochemistry and immunohistochemistry, confocal imaging.
• Data analysis, scientific writing.

MEDIA ADVISORY: 300 San Diego Unified High School Girls Take Part in Women in Biotech Conference with Nobel Peace Prize Winner

MEDIA ADVISORY
March 22, 2017
300 San Diego Unified High School Girls Take Part in Women in Biotech Conference with Nobel Peace Prize Winner
Nobel Peace Prize Winner among conference presenters at STEAM Leadership Series

WHAT: Students from SIX San Diego Unified High Schools will participate in a STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) Leadership Series focused on career opportunities within STEAM fields. The Series will connect business leaders to San Diego Unified students in an effort to bridge the science, education and high-tech business communities and encourage Career Pathways that empower young women to dream big and pursue careers that will change the world.

The STEAM Leadership Series is a program of Intellectual Capital Chapple and Kids Eco Club in partnership with the San Diego Unified School District (SDUSD) with support from The San Diego Foundation, SDG&E, USS Midway Museum, Illumina, the Moxie Foundation, Farrell Family Foundation, and others.

WHERE: Salk Institute for Biological Studies Conrad T. Prebys Auditorium
10010 N Torrey Pines Road, La Jolla, 92037


DETAILS:
9:15 - 9:20: Introductions:
Welcome by SDUSD / Meaning of Linked Learning in Smart City San Diego
Steve Chapple, Exec. Dir, STEAM
Becky Petitt, Vice Chancellor UCSD
9:20 - 9:40: Elizabeth Blackburn, President of Salk Research Institute, Nobel Prize Winner – "Women in Science, Health, and Biotech"
9:40- 9:50: Q&A Career PANEL

**PLEASE CONFIRM MEDIA COVERAGE PRIOR TO EVENT DATE**

Media Contact: Isabella McNeil, San Diego Unified School District, 619-341-2343 Imcneil@Sandi.net<mailto:Imcneil@Sandi.net>

[cid:image001.jpg@01D2A311.38CB1310]Elizabeth Blackburn, PhD, President of Salk Research Institute, won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2009 for discovering the molecular nature of telomeres, the ends of chromosomes that serve as protective caps essential for preserving genetic information, and for co-discovering telomerase, an enzyme that maintains telomere ends. Blackburn's tenure as Salk's president began on January 1, 2016.

Dr. Becky Pettit, Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversion, and Inclusion at UCSD will briefly welcome us and introduce Dr. Blackburn
[cid:image002.jpg@01D2A311.38CB1310]



CAREER PANEL
Asako Navarro serves San Diego Zoo Global as a Research Coordinator in Genetics.<http://institute.sandiegozoo.org/node/9> She is currently involved in a number of research projects using genetic techniques to assess populations of local endangered species such as the Stephens' kangaroo rat,<http://institute.sandiegozoo.org/node/7021> Pacific pocket mouse,<http://institute.sandiegozoo.org/node/7027> and Peninsular bighorn sheep.<http://institute.sandiegozoo.org/node/7001> Her responsibilities also include performing genetic sexing, paternity, and species identification. [cid:image004.png@01D2A311.38CB1310] Additionally, she helps with the maintenance and expansion of the Frozen Zoo®<http://institute.sandiegozoo.org/node/7254> tissue and DNA collection.




[cid:image005.jpg@01D2A311.38CB1310]
Dr. Megan Owen serves San Diego Zoo Global as Associate Director of Applied Animal Ecology<http://institute.sandiegozoo.org/node/4>. In this role, she oversees the division's large carnivore research programs, including giant panda<http://institute.sandiegozoo.org/node/7016>, polar bear<http://institute.sandiegozoo.org/node/7080> and Andean bear<http://institute.sandiegozoo.org/node/6997> programs, establishing key links with other divisions and departments across San Diego Zoo Global, government agencies, and partner NGOs working to conserve large carnivores (primarily bears) around the world. Megan's work spans across a range of conservation applications, from conservation breeding, to developing post-release monitoring strategies, to mitigating the impacts of industrial activities in critical wildlife habitats. Megan also leads our polar bear conservation research program, focusing on building strong links between field-based and zoo-based conservation research efforts.

[cid:image006.jpg@01D2A311.38CB1310]Pantea Khodami Manager, Market Development at Illumina, MIT
Pantea has an undergraduate and graduate degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a minor in management from Sloan School of Business. She started at Illumina ~ 7 years ago and has had both managerial and technical roles at the company. She has been a product manager, a senior application scientist and now a market manager. One of her career highlights is launching the HiSeq X Ten instrument, the system that broke the 'sound barrier' of human genomics by enabling the $1,000 genome. In her spare time, she mentors high school students applying to top universities and helps MIT with the interview process of the applicants. She has also been part of the board for MIT chapter of San Diego as the VP of Programs. She deeply believes in giving back and empowering more women to achieve their highest potential.

[cid:image007.jpg@01D2A311.38CB1310]Ida khodami Sr Manager, Engineering at Illumina, University of Waterloo
Ida has a master's degree in Electrical and Computer engineering and after graduate school, was recruited to work at Illumina as a senior engineer. Before joining Illumina Ida worked on design and development of a biomedical device for vain detection. She holds a patent in her name for this invention and through this experience Ida found her love for engineering devices which can help human health. Ida has been with Illumina for 8 years and has led different teams from Instrumentation Design/Development to Operations (Outsourcing/Cost saving) to Consumables Software Management. She currently works in the bioinformatics department as the core team lead for a very exciting project related to Internet of Things (One part of the project that she can share is to make Illumina sequencers Smarter.) Ida loves traveling, wine tasting, cooking and yoga.

[cid:image008.jpg@01D2A311.38CB1310]Dr. Corina Antal from the Evans Gene Expression Lab
Corina Antal, a Salk research associate in Ronald Evans'<http://www.salk.edu/scientist/ronald-evans/> lab, has garnered attention for her leading work on proteins that suppress tumor growth. The 29-year-old landed a spot on Forbes' 2016 "30 under 30" list that is comprised of "bright entrepreneurs, breakout talents and change agents" in 20 sectors. Antal was also named a Damon Runyon Fellow in November 2015 by the Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation for her efforts to increase the efficacy of pancreatic cancer therapies.

Dr. Elena Blanco-Suarez from the Allen Molecular Neurobiology Lab.
[cid:image009.jpg@01D2A311.38CB1310]Research Associate, Post-doctoral researcher<https://www.linkedin.com/company-beta/10095/>
• In vivo studies in CRISPR KO.
• RNA extraction, RT-PCR, transfection in primary cell and cell line cultures.
• Dissection, immunopanning, primary cell cultures, cell line cultures.
• SDS-PAGE and Western-blot.
• Cloning. 
• Immunocytochemistry and immunohistochemistry, confocal imaging.
• Data analysis, scientific writing.

*NEW LOCATION**MEDIA ADVISORY: California Education Leaders to President Trump: We Will Protect Immigrant Students from Discrimination and Attack

Good Morning,
Please see the below location change. The press conference will still be held at our central office, however it has been moved indoors due to the rain.

MEDIA ADVISORY
March 21, 2017
California Education Leaders to President Trump:
We Will Protect Immigrant Students from Discrimination and Attack
Local School Districts Support Challenge to Arbitrary 'Sanctuary Jurisdictions' Executive Order


WHAT: 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 challenge to President Trump's executive order targeting sanctuary jurisdictions. The school districts will also assert their commitment to protect their student's civil rights, regardless of immigration status.

As President Trump threatens to retaliate against certain jurisdictions who refuse to coordinate with federal law enforcement to identify, surveil, detain and deport undocumented immigrants, education leaders across California have come together to send a strong message: Leave our students and their families alone.

SPEAKERS: Richard Barrera, President, San Diego Unified School Board of Trustees
Roberto Alcantar, Southwestern Community College Trustee
Paula Hall, Board Vice President for Sweetwater Union High School District


WHEN: Wednesday, March 22, 2017 11:30 a.m.

WHERE: Eugene Brucker Education Center 4100 Normal St., 92103 (ANNEX 9 – "Testing Room", to the right of the sandicoast cafe)


Media Contact: Isabella McNeil, San Diego Unified School District, 619-341-2343 Imcneil@Sandi.net<mailto:Imcneil@Sandi.net>


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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

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

MEDIA ADVISORY
March 21, 2017
California Education Leaders to President Trump:
We Will Protect Immigrant Students from Discrimination and Attack
Local School Districts Support Challenge to Arbitrary 'Sanctuary Jurisdictions' Executive Order


WHAT: 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 challenge to President Trump's executive order targeting sanctuary jurisdictions. The school districts will also assert their commitment to protect their student's civil rights, regardless of immigration status.

As President Trump threatens to retaliate against certain jurisdictions who refuse to coordinate with federal law enforcement to identify, surveil, detain and deport undocumented immigrants, education leaders across California have come together to send a strong message: Leave our students and their families alone.

SPEAKERS: Richard Barrera, President, San Diego Unified School Board of Trustees
Sylvia Torres-Guillen, Director of Education Equity for ACLU of California

WHEN: Wednesday, March 22, 2017 11:30 a.m.

WHERE: Eugene Brucker Education Center 4100 Normal St., 92103 (In front of main entrance to the building.)


Media Contact: Isabella McNeil, San Diego Unified School District, 619-341-2343 Imcneil@Sandi.net<mailto:Imcneil@Sandi.net>


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MEDIA ADVISORY: Student Athletes from Schools Throughout San Diego Unified Will Be Taking Part in Special Olympics

MEDIA ADVISORY
March 21, 2017

Pershing Middle School Hosts 1st Annual Special Olympics
Teams and athletes from schools throughout San Diego Unified will be taking part in a day of competition in more than 10 Olympic events

WHAT: San Diego Unified would like to invite the media to cover Pershing Middle School's 1st annual Special Olympics Games on March 23, 2017. Teams and athletes from schools throughout the district will be taking part in a fun day of comradery and competition. For weeks leading up to the competition students have spent time training in their specific events in order to qualify for specific divisions and distances.

The Special Olympics is the leading voice in raising awareness about the abilities of people with intellectual disabilities. San Diego Unified is proud to showcase the skills and dignity of our student athletes through sport. The games are meant to bring together communities to see and take part in the transformative power of sports. We believe in a world where there are millions of different abilities not disabilities, and through events like this we're able to spread this message.

WHEN: Thursday, March 23, 2017

WHERE: Pershing Middle School, 8204 San Carlos Drive, 92119

DETAILS: School Arrivals: 8:15 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Opening Ceremonies: 9:00 a.m. - 9:15 a.m.
Competition: 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Lunch & Awards: 12:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m.
Events:
50m and 100m Run
Shotput, Softball, or Tennis Ball Throw
Running or Standing Long Jump
Wheelchair and Gate Trainer Events: 25m Race, 25m Slalom, Tennis Ball Throw


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Friday, March 17, 2017

Upcoming Meetings of the Board Advisory Committees

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

·         Audit and Finance: https://www.sandiegounified.org/node/528

·         CAC: General Membershiphttps://www.sandiegounified.org/cac-2016-17-general-meeting-schedule-and-information; and Executive Boardhttps://www.sandiegounified.org/cac-2016-17-executive-meeting-schedule-and-information 

·         CTEAC: https://www.sandiegounified.org/cteac-2016-17-meeting-schedule-and-information

·         CSFC: https://www.sandiegounified.org/csfc-2016-meetings-schedule       

·         DAC: General Membershiphttps://www.sandiegounified.org/dac-2016-17-general-meeting-schedule-and-information; and Executive Boardhttps://www.sandiegounified.org/dac-2016-17-executive-meeting-schedule-and-information 

·         DELAC: General Membership and Executive Boardhttps://www.sandiegounified.org/delac-2016-17-meeting-schedule-and-information  

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

Thank you.

 

 

Josefina Viorato

Confidential Administrative Assistant II

Board Services Office

4100 Normal Street, Room 2231

San Diego, CA  92103

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“Intelligence plus character, that is the goal of true education.” – Martin Luther King Jr.

MEDIA ADVISORY: Thousands of San Diego Unified Students become Part of History by Participating in Sri-Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run

MEDIA ADVISORY
March 17, 2017
Thousands of San Diego Unified Students become Part of History by Participating in Sri-Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run
The Peace Run, founded in 1987, symbolizes humanity's universal aspiration for a more peaceful world.
Now in its third decade, the Peace Run is the largest and longest grassroots effort for peace.

WHAT: Students from 12 San Diego Unified Schools in grades K-12 will participate in an International Peace Run starting Monday, March 20. The Peace Run will conclude at Hoover High School on Wednesday, March 23 with a grand finale reception. Superintendent Cindy Marten will be in attendance along with students from the various participating schools. The Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run is a relay in which an international team of runners takes turns carrying an Olympic-style flaming torch to promote peace and harmony throughout the world.

DETAILS: San Diego Unified's Peace Run will kick-off at Freese Elementary School on Monday, March 20, at 8:00 a.m. and will end with a Grand Finale at Hoover High School on Thursday, March 23, at 2:00 p.m.

An estimated 30,000 children, in over 1,000 cities and towns, are expected to participate when the Peace Run visits schools and youth organizations along its North American route.
For more information on the Peace Run, please visit www.PeaceRun.org<http://www.peacerun.org/>

First Leg of Run
WHEN: Monday, March 20, 2017 8:15 a.m. – 9:15 a.m.
WHERE: Freese Elementary School, 8140 Greenlawn Dr. 92114

Grand Finale Reception:
WHEN: Thursday, March 23, 2017 4:30 p.m.
WHERE: Hoover High School, 4474 El Cajon Blvd. 92115

**PLEASE CONFIRM MEDIA COVERAGE PRIOR TO EVENT DATE**
Media Contact: Isabella McNeil, San Diego Unified School District, 619-341-2343 Imcneil@Sandi.net<mailto:Imcneil@Sandi.net>

See below for entire Peace Run Route and schedule:

Monday, March 20th

Freese Elementary (K-5) 8:15 – 9:15 am
295 students
8140 Greenlawn Dr. 92114

Audubon Elementary & Middle (K-8) 9:30 – 10:30 am
459 students
8111 San Vicente St. 92114

San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA) (6-12) 12:45 – 1:45 pm
1,400 students
2425 Dusk Ave. 92139

Tuesday, March 21st

Lincoln High School 7:50 – 8:50 am
1,516 students
4777 Imperial Ave. 92113

Porter Elementary (2-5) 10:00 – 10:45 am
1,064 students
455 S. 47th St. 92113

Knox Middle School (6-8) 11:30 – 12:30 pm
630 students
1098 S. 49th St. 92113

Wednesday, March 22nd

Sequoia Elementary (K-5) 8:00 – 9:00 am
200 students
4690 Limerick Ave. 92117

Cadman Elementary (K-5) 10:00 – 11:00 am
200 students
4370 Kamloop Ave. 92117

Creative, Performing, and Media Arts (CPMA) (6-8) 1:45 – 2:45 pm
1,032 students
5050 Conrad Ave. 92117

Thursday, March 23rd

Euclid Elementary (K-5) 9:15 – 10:15 am
536 students
4166 Euclid Ave. 92105

Wilson Middle School (6-8) 10:55 – 11:40 am
2-300 students
3838 Orange Ave. 92105

Hoover High School 1:00 – 2:00 pm
2,100 students
4474 El Cajon Blvd. 92115

Grand Finale at Hoover High School
Reception 4:30 pm




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Wednesday, March 15, 2017

MEDIA ADVISORY: SD Unified Students to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with Traditional Celtic Celebrations

MEDIA ADVISORY
March 15, 2017

Local School Students to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with Festivities throughout the San Diego Unified School District
March is California Arts Education month and The San Diego Unified School District is taking part by celebrating with art & diversity themed events throughout the district.

WHAT: The San Diego Unified School District invites the media cover traditional Celtic celebrations taking place at various school sites Thursday, March 16, 2017 and Friday March 17, 2017. Holding to the belief that "Everyone is a little bit Irish on St. Patrick's Day," The San Diego Unified School district is proud to celebrate diversity and embrace multi-culture festivities and events within our schools.

WHEN: Thursday, March 16, 2017 and Friday, March 17, 2017 8:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. (Event times vary by school site)

DETAILS: Festivities will be held throughout the day at the following schools:



1. Vista Grande Elementary School 5606 Antigua Blvd, 92124

Vista Grande Elementary will host an Irish dance assembly on Thursday, March 16th at 8:00 a.m. Thursday's assembly will be the finale to an Irish dance class 2nd and 3rd grade students have been participating in throughout the week. Student will perform the routine they learned followed by a a performance from the professional Troupe.

On-Site Contact: Hayley Gonzalez



2. Crown Point Elementary School 4033 Ingraham St, 92109
The Crown Point Jr. Music Academy will host a bagpipe musician on campus at Friday, March 17th at 1:00 p.m. Followed by an all school parade throughout the campus' field while carrying the Irish flag.
On-Site Contact: Principal Muriel Bartollini



3. Fletcher Elementary School 7666 Bobolink Way, 92123
Students will be learning traditional Gaelic choreography from an Irish dance troupe. Dancing will begin Friday, March 17th at 1:15 p.m. Students will be dressed in all green as well as take part in a special food tasting of traditional Irish soda bread.
On-Site Contact: Principal Gina Camacho McGrath


4. Miramar Ranch Elementary 10770 Red Cedar Dr, 92131

Miramar Ranch Elementary will host an Irish dance troupe on Friday, March 17th at 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 and a second assembly from 9:15 a.m. to 9:45 a.m.

On-Site Contact: Principal Yesensia Robinson



**PLEASE CONFIRM MEDIA COVERAGE PRIOR TO EVENT DATE**

Media Contact: Isabella McNeil, San Diego Unified School District, 619-341-2343 Imcneil@Sandi.net<mailto:Imcneil@Sandi.net>
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NEWS RELEASE: State Launches New Accountability System; San Diego Unified Scores Above Average

News Release from San Diego Unified School District, March 15, 2017

 

State Launches New Accountability System; San Diego Unified Scores Above Average

 

SAN DIEGO – California today launched its new state accountability and continuous improvement system that provides a wealth of new information regarding performance to parents and educators and assists stakeholders in engaging with districts in productive conversations around the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP).

 

The California School Dashboard https://www.caschooldashboard.org reflects more than just test scores; it reports on multiple measures, and it uses both achievement and growth to measure performance. It replaces the Academic Performance Index (API), which relied on test scores to produce a single score that offered a limited view of school performance.

 

San Diego Unified performed well according to the five state indicators reported at 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.

 

“I’m extremely pleased with how San Diego Unified performed compared to other large districts across the state,” said Superintendent Cindy Marten. “Our scores show real growth and strong results in nearly every category. We believe this growth is due to our outstanding community, our strong parents and teachers and our other dedicated professionals. Most of all, we believe these results show students achieve more when we ask more of them, while providing the opportunities and support they deserve.”

 

Results are available for San Diego Unified and its schools on the California School Dashboard website at https://www.caschooldashboard.org/ . The Dashboard does not include individual student results. Those results, the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASP) numbers, are sent home annually by mail. 

 

The Dashboard provides a variety of state and local data to help schools achieve better outcomes for students. With the API, performance was measured by growth or achievement and student performance relied solely on test scores. In this new method, performance is measured by growth AND achievement and student performance includes multiple measures that go beyond test scores. This new approach gives a more complete picture of a school’s progress.

 

“As school leaders, we have always believed our students achieve more when we challenge them to accomplish more, while providing the opportunities and supports they deserve,” Marten said. “Our rising graduation rates – on track to be the best in the state of any large district – are proof of this belief. That is why we are tremendously excited about the new state accountability report. It offers a multi-dimensional look at our schools, and allows us to focus on the success of each and every child in a comprehensive way. The new standards go beyond single test scores and measure our progress lifting up every student we serve. As such, we believe they will provide parents with a valuable tool they can use to engage their local schools in serious and substantive conversations.”

 

In the Dashboard’s first year, results are provided in five state indicators: Academic achievement in English language arts; Academic achievement in Mathematics; English learner progress; Graduation rate; and Suspension rate.

 

For each state indicator, districts, schools, and student groups will receive a color-coded performance level. The performance of state indicators is color-coded based on the status or latest results (“very high,” “high,” “medium,” “low,” or “very low”) and the growth or change, which is the status compared to the previous year or years (“declined significantly,” “declined” “maintained,” “increased,” and “increased significantly”) in each area. Each circle has a different number of segments that corresponds to a specific color.

 

The five performance levels are blue (highest), green, yellow, orange and red (lowest).

 

Detailed performance information is provided in four reports.

 

•           Equity Report – performance level of all students

•           Status and Change Report – current performance and change over time

•           Detailed Reports – year-by-year data for the state and local indicators

•           Student Group Report – performance of various demographic groups

 

This first year of the accountability system is a field test, intended as an early model that will be fully implemented after feedback and adjustments. In future years, there will be results for seven state and four local indicators.

 

Additional information on the Dashboard is available on San Diego Unified’s website at https://www.sandiegounified.org/california-school-dashboard as well as the California Department of Education’s California and Accountability Model & School Dashboard website at http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/ac/cm/ .

 

Contact: San Diego Unified Communications, 619-725-5578, communications@sandi.net

 

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Tuesday, March 14, 2017

CORRECTION: Post Charter School Facility Committee (CSFC) Notices

**CORRECTION**

From: Viorato Josefina
Sent: Tuesday, March 14, 2017 3:27 PM
Subject: Post Charter School Facility Committee (CSFC) Notices

 

PLEASE NOTE:

·         Notice of Meeting Cancellation: Proposition Z Charter School Facility Committee Meeting—Thursday, April 27, 2017
Committee Meeting Information: https://www.sandiegounified.org/csfc-2017-meetings-schedule  

·         Notice of Change of Date and Time: 2017 Charter School Facility Committee Meeting—Change from March May 25, to March May 18, 2017
Committee Meeting Information: https://www.sandiegounified.org/csfc-2017-meetings-schedule

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

 

Thank you.

 

Josefina Viorato

Confidential Administrative Assistant II

Board Services Office

4100 Normal Street, Room 2231

San Diego, CA  92103

( (619) 725-5551-Direct

( (619) 725-5550-Office

7 (619) 297-5624-Fax

* jviorato@sandi.net

 

 

 

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader.” – John Quincy Adams

 

Post Charter School Facility Committee (CSFC) Notices

PLEASE NOTE:

·         Notice of Meeting Cancellation: Proposition Z Charter School Facility Committee Meeting—Thursday, April 27, 2017
Committee Meeting Information: https://www.sandiegounified.org/csfc-2017-meetings-schedule  

·         Notice of Change of Date and Time: 2017 Charter School Facility Committee Meeting—Change from March 25, to March 18, 2017
Committee Meeting Information: https://www.sandiegounified.org/csfc-2017-meetings-schedule

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

 

Thank you.

 

Josefina Viorato

Confidential Administrative Assistant II

Board Services Office

4100 Normal Street, Room 2231

San Diego, CA  92103

( (619) 725-5551-Direct

( (619) 725-5550-Office

7 (619) 297-5624-Fax

* jviorato@sandi.net

 

 

 

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader.” – John Quincy Adams

 

MEDIA ADVISORY: San Diego Unified Students March, Rally and Gather in Celebration of Cesar Chavez

MEDIA ADVISORY



San Diego Unified Students March, Rally and Gather in Celebration of Cesar Chavez
San Diego Unified continues to celebrate Arts & Diversity in education with a commemorative march that encourages students to create, innovate, and inspire others to embrace diversity and dream big.



WHAT: Cesar Chavez Elementary School will remember Cesar Chavez with inspirational student-led demonstrations throughout the entire day. In recognition of the legendary civil rights leader's birthday, San Diego Unified School District students, parents, staff and community leaders will take part in a day of celebration with student-led songs, dances and speeches. Superintendent Cindy Marten will deliver a community welcome at the 2nd annual event aimed at promoting community service and unity.


WHEN: Wednesday, March 15, 2017 9:15 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

WHERE: Cesar Chavez Elementary, 1404 S 40th St. 92113

DETAILS:
9:15-10:30 am.:


· Superintendent Cindy Marten – Welcome Speech

· Special Guest Speaker – Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher

· Special Guest Speaker – Barbara Ybarra

· Kindergarten Dance – "La Raspa"

· 1st Grade Dance – "El Baile del Sapito"

· 3rd Grade Song – "We shall not be moved, No nos Moveran"

· 5th Grade Song – "Paz y Libertad"

· 4th & 5th Grade Speeches

· Cesar Chavez Chant
10:35 – 11:30 am.: Community March. Students, parents and community will participate in a march around the block.
12:15 – 2:00 pm.: School Festival and mini car show.

Media Inquiries: Isabella McNeil, San Diego Unified School District, 619-341-2343 Imcneil@Sandi.net<mailto:Imcneil@Sandi.net>
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MEDIA ADVISORY: Hundreds of Students Celebrate Art & Diversity at San Diego Unified's Art Exhibit 2017

MEDIA ADVISORY



Hundreds of Students Proudly Celebrate Art & Diversity at San Diego Unified's Art Exhibit 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.

WHAT: 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. Students from 15 high schools and nine middle schools will showcase their work throughout the district.

Superintendent Cindy Marten is proud of the district's continued commitment to provide a well-rounded education that includes visual and graphic arts curriculum. Superintendent Marten will kick off the gallery opening with a greeting welcoming everyone to the exhibit's Open House.

WHEN: Wednesday, March 15, 2017 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
WHERE: Eugene Brucker Education Center 4100 Normal St. 92103
DETAILS: The exhibition will be on display throughout the entire month of March at the Eugene Brucker Education Center. Admission is free and open to the public.

Media Inquiries: Isabella McNeil, San Diego Unified School District, 619-341-2343 Imcneil@Sandi.net<mailto:Imcneil@Sandi.net>
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Monday, March 13, 2017

Post Notice of Special Meeting: Community Advisory Committee for Special Education (CAC)

PLEASE NOTE:

·         Notice of Special Meeting: Community Advisory Committee for Special Education (CAC), Special Ad Hoc Committee—March 16, 2017
Committee Meeting Information: https://www.sandiegounified.org/cac-2016-17-executive-meeting-schedule-and-information.

 

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

Thank you.

 

Josefina Viorato

Confidential Administrative Assistant II

Board Services Office

4100 Normal Street, Room 2231

San Diego, CA  92103

( (619) 725-5551

7 (619) 297-5624

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Intelligence plus character, that is the goal of true education.” – Martin Luther King Jr.

 

Friday, March 10, 2017

Post Board Meeting Agenda, March 14, 2017

PLEASE NOTE:

·         Closed Session Agenda—Tuesday, March 14, 2017, 3:30 p.m., Room 2249
Open and Closed Session Meeting Information: https://www.sandiegounified.org/board-meeting-information  

·         Regular Meeting Agenda—Tuesday, March 14, 2017, 5:00 p.m., Auditorium
BoardDocs Agenda Link: http://www.boarddocs.com/ca/sandi/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=AC3S7D70D136               

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


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

·         Audit and Finance: https://www.sandiegounified.org/node/528

·         CAC: General Membershiphttps://www.sandiegounified.org/cac-2016-17-general-meeting-schedule-and-information; and Executive Boardhttps://www.sandiegounified.org/cac-2016-17-executive-meeting-schedule-and-information 

·         CTEAC: https://www.sandiegounified.org/cteac-2016-17-meeting-schedule-and-information

·         CSFC: https://www.sandiegounified.org/csfc-2016-meetings-schedule       

·         DAC: General Membershiphttps://www.sandiegounified.org/dac-2016-17-general-meeting-schedule-and-information; and Executive Boardhttps://www.sandiegounified.org/dac-2016-17-executive-meeting-schedule-and-information 

·         DELAC: General Membership and Executive Boardhttps://www.sandiegounified.org/delac-2016-17-meeting-schedule-and-information  

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

Thank you.

 

Josefina Viorato

Confidential Administrative Assistant II

Board Services Office

4100 Normal Street, Room 2231

San Diego, CA  92103

( (619) 725-5551

7 (619) 297-5624

* jviorato@sandi.net

 

 

 

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader.” – John Quincy Adams