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.
On Tuesday 27 mat the school board approved the Comprehensive Plan for Integrating Opening of Salk Elementary into Mira Mesa Cluster in September 2015
|MMHS||Wed Sep 24||Wed Feb 4|
|Challenger||Tue Sep 16||Tue May 19|
|Wangenheim||Thu Sep 25||Thu May 21|
|Erickson||Thu Sep 18||Thu Jun 25|
|Hage||Thu Sep 11||Thu May 28|
|Hickman||Thu Sep 11||Thu May 21|
|Mason||Wed Sep 10||Wed Jun 24|
|Sandburg||Thu Sep 11||Thu May 21|
|Walker||Thu Sep 18||Thu Jun 25|
School funding for 2014-15 and beyond with Board Member Evans
IN THE NEWS: What parents, community members and taxpayers need to know about changes in California school funding. Watch video from Fox 5 San Diego
The 2014-15 school year calendar has been approved. Details
Highlights of the 180-day schedule
Supt. Marten has asked that a plan be created that would transition all district schools to a common calendar in the 2015-16 school year or beyond. With this direction, a schedule of meetings with stakeholders will be established in the next several months. Meeting notices will be posted on the district's web page, calendar, school website district news sections and social media.
The San Diego Unified School District is joining school districts in California and around the nation in adopting Common Core Standards, nationwide goals for educational achievement.
Together, the Mira Mesa Cluster School Council’s teaching and learning community will excel in providing the highest quality education for all children. We believe that sharing the responsibility of education among school personnel, students, parents and other community members is essential to maximize student achievement. We emphasize meeting the diverse academic, social and personal needs of our cluster schools.