June 6, 2017

Amazon Link is active!

Our shop Amazon and benefit the school link is now live. Amazon link on our website: Just start your online shopping adventure by clicking through this Amazon Affiliate Link . Every time you make a purchase on www.amazon.com through our link, SDCCS…

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The 2016-2017 SDCCS LV Yearbook is now available for preorder. 5.31.17 Due to the short timeline, we will be selling them exclusively online through PayPal. If you would like to pay by other means come to the Tech Office, and…

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President: Heidi Abelman Vice President: Julie Blair Co-Treasurers: Marie Tomcek-Ginsburg and Meridith Coady Secretary: Anna Gasaway Spirit Coordinator: Melodi Gomez Communications and Marketing Liaison: Katherine Brown Volunteer Coordinator: Kelly Hallett We are actively looking for a Fundraising Chairperson to join…

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In a recent article in Psychology Today they noted that anxiety in kids age 10-18 is dramatically on the rise.  Anxiety is a normal part of adolescence however the most recent study shows that kids are experiencing anxieties that are…

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April 7, 2017

LCAP News & Goals

The Local Control and Accountability Plan is a three year plan that allows us to keep a focus on what is important to all of our stakeholders.  Soon we will be sending out a survey to hear your thoughts on…

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I want to take a moment to thank our Gala Committee. They worked so hard to put together an amazing party.  It was our major fundraiser for the year and beyond that it was so much fun! The truth is…

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We will be holding a Leave No Trace day on campus on April 12, 2017 with a celebration in the afternoon with Dr. Bronners Snofoam party.  Leave No Trace (LNT) is a common philosophy for campers everywhere which basically encourages humans…

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Each spring, students in California participate in the statewide testing program, which is the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) System. The tests in the CAASPP System provide information to teachers, parents/guardians, and students about students’ progress and…

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