The San Juan Unified School District Board of Education will hold its next regular meeting on Tuesday, June 27 at Winston Churchill Middle School, located at 4900 Whitney Avenue in Carmichael.
Each graduate – whether a grandmother in her 50s earning a GED or a 21-year-old delaying their graduation only a few years from the traditional high school track – had one common bond: they never gave up.
Elica Health Centers will be offering free vaccinations through a partnership with San Juan Unified at its Health on Wheels mobile clinic during the summer break.
San Juan Unified students and staff have been busy these last few weeks of school with activities and have earned a variety of recognitions for their hard work.
The Family and Community Engagement (FACE) team recognized some of the community partners making a positive impact in the district at the inaugural Most Valued Partners reception.
Greer Elementary’s new campus is one of three elementary school rebuilds that are launching into the “program and design” phase this summer.
Here are a few highlights from the San Juan Unified Board of Education’s most recent regular meeting on Tuesday, June 13.
We are extremely proud of our more than 2,700 graduating seniors. The Class of 2017 is ready to make its mark on the world, with the majority of its graduates planning to attend a four-year university or two-year college in the fall.
San Juan Unified has selected Christine Teachout, a sixth-grade teacher at Harry Dewey Fundamental Elementary, and Vanessa Liby, a seventh- and eighth-grade English teacher at Sierra Oaks K-8, as the district’s 2018 Teachers of the Year.
Scheduled to be completed by the beginning of the 2018-19 school year, the performing arts center will have 500 fixed seats, space for 100 portable seats, a raised stage, dressing rooms and a lobby area designed to showcase student artwork.
Summer Fun Cafe is once again offering all children 18 and younger free lunch this summer as part of its annual Summer Fun Café, found at five locations throughout the community beginning in mid-June.
When Jim Jordan was a student in high school, the last thing he wanted to be was a teacher.
Staff and community members are invited to a 60th anniversary celebration on Wednesday, June 14 from 4:30 to 6 p.m. at the Patriot Event Center.
Teachers and classified staff in San Juan Unified’s Visual and Performing Arts program gathered to celebrate the achievements of art educators at the ninth annual Arties celebration.
Last month, Encina Preparatory High School held their first Black Student Union (BSU) graduation ceremony.
As the school year is quickly coming to an end, San Juan Unified students have been busy with activities and have earned a variety of recognitions for their hard work.
San Juan Unified has scheduled the adoption of new supplemental materials for comprehensive sexual health in grade 5, middle school and high school.