Due a scheduling conflict the Jan Cluster Meeting.has been reschedugled to February 25

When: Monday February 25, 2019 5:30 pm
Where: Mira Mesa High School Media Center


Introductions: Area Superintendent, Principals, V.P.'s 

Special Guest: 

  • PowerSchool Parent Portal - Supporting your student
    through access to assessment data and more
  • LCAP Review

 District Report

  • Area Superintendent Report (Lamont Jackson)
  • SDUSD Board Member (John Evans)

Cluster Chair Report

  • School/Cluster Marketing Plan(s)
  • Cluster Vision and Mission

Cluster Messages

  • Cluster Website
  • Cluster Brochure


Cluster Meeting Dates

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?

  1. Attendance boundaries will change for Hickman, Mason, Sandburg, and Walker elementary schools in order to create an attendance boundary for the new Salk Elementary School. For more information click here. View the new boundaries on this Google map
  2. Ericson, Mason, and Walker elementary schools will convert from year-round to traditional calendar. For more information click here.
  3. The optional area between Mira Mesa and Scripps Ranch high schools, which encompasses the Hage elementary boundary, will be phased out. Mira Mesa High School will be considered the neighborhood school. Information Letter
  4. All schools in the Mira Mesa cluster, with the exception of Mira Mesa High, will be directly impacted by these changes.

Download the FAQ for more information EnglishSpanish, Tagalog (Updated 17 Nov)

Copy of the Information Letter that was mail to families


YumYummi App Icon

There is now a Mobile app (Android and iOS) that list what is on the menu including pictures, ingredients, allergens at your school.

Search for YumYummi Digital School Menus in Google Play and Apple App Stores.



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.


The Mira Mesa Cluster is now part of Area 2 which includes Mira Mesa and Morse Clusters. The Area Superintendent is Lamont Jackson

The School Quality Snapshot displays a broad series of data that can be used to help inform parents and policy leaders about the success of each school.


Search for your school to view its report 

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.


Check our links page for other resources

The Mira Mesa Cluster consists of the seven elementary and two middle schools that feed into Mira Mesa High School  Our Mission

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