SAUSD will be participating in a free summer lunch program at 51 school sites and 8 Parks and Recreation Centers across the district from June 22 to August 26.
James Maciel, a graduate of Saddleback High School, was headed down the wrong road. He had a juvenile record, and he spent most of his time on the streets. James cleaned up his act, attended Orange Coast College, UC Irvine, and UCLA Medical School. Click on the headline to read his inspirational #IamSAUSD story courtesy of the LA Times.
Congratulations to the class of 2015! As our students embark on the next chapter of their lives, we salute each and every one of them for their excellence and commitment to their education and wish them the very best. Hear what inspired some of them to be successful and to be accepted to some of the most prestigious educational institutions in the country including Harvard University, Columbia University, West Point U.S. Military Academy, and USC.
The Advanced Learning Academy will focus on high-tech, project-based, and STEM curriculum for elementary and intermediate students. Informational Parent meeting is scheduled for June 24, 2015.
The Foundation challenged students to research and write a 100 word essay on why college is so important to their success and delivering their dreams. Each winner received $25 and a certificate.
Heninger students took part in a special student film festival to celebrate their films made in partnership with the Latino International Film Institute. The Friday Cinema theater in DTSA was reserved for the students and their parents for a private screening.