Saturday May 30 7-10pm
Mira Mesa High School Theatre
Tickets $18 ($15 Students/Seniors/Military)
Auditions Tuesday May 5 and Thursday May 7 6-8pm
More information at www.miramesatheatreguild.com
The Mira Mesa High School "Sapphire Sound" Marching Band and Color Guard has been selected to represent Southern California for the 2016 Tournament of Roses Parade! The Sapphire Sound has over 200 student members and we need to raise funds so that all of our student musicians and performers can participate. The budget for the trip is over $150, 000 for our 4-days in Pasadena, CA. Please help us raise funds, so that we may "Find Our Adventure" for the 127th Tournament of Roses Parade on January 1, 2016.
San Diego Unified is considering a proposal to change the first day of school from the Tuesday after Labor Day to the last week in August. This change is proposed to take effect in the 2016-17 school year. The proposed start date is August 29, 2016 for all schools, with an end date of June 14, 2017 for traditional calendar schools and an end date of July 21, 2017 for year-round schools. More information is available on the District Calendar Page
The 2015-15 calendar has been approved. All Mira Mesa Cluster schools will be on the traditional calendar. For more information click here.
Smarter Balanced Practice and Training Tests are available here
San Diego Unified offers free classes for parents, families and guardians to support their children academically from kindergarten through high school graduation. In addition, we offer parenting classes aimed at helping you raise healthy and happy kids. San Diego Parent University Website
There is a Common Core Workshops on May 7th and May 21st. Updates will be posted when available.
Important Message about Using Social Media for Cyber-bullying, Threats
Over the past week, school districts throughout San Diego County, including San Diego Unified, have been addressing a troublesome social media phone app that many students are downloading and using called Burnbook. This app allows “anonymous” posts associated with high schools and universities throughout the county. Unfortunately, the purpose of this app is to post negative information, to post critiques of fellow students and mean things about people.
While students may think their posts are completely anonymous, with Wi-Fi use and cell towers, posts can be traced back to the phone and/or computer that posted the comments. It is important for students to know that all posts on any platform of social media never disappear and are never fully anonymous. This includes personal information, photos and any form of threat.
Watch a time-lapse of Salk under construction. The video was made of 78 pictures taken one week apart. Thanks, Amy, for sharing it with us!
Mira Mesa Cluster Schools
Changes Occurring to Schools in Fall 2015
Q: What are the changes being made by the district for the 2015-16 school year? Which schools will be impacted?
Copy of the Information Letter that was mail to families
The 2014-15 Facts for Parents is now available
Facts for Parents is an annual publication containing updated information relevant to all San Diego Unified School District families including district policies, parent/guardian/student rights and responsibilities, and information required by state or federal law.