The district has posted copies of the presentations they gave at the March 24 Cluster meeting on Salk Elementary attendance boundary scenarios.


Instructional Facilities Planning

Cluster Outreach




Starting 1 April the automated phone and email messages you receive from your school and the district will have a slightly different look to them. The district will be using SchoolMessenger to provide mass notification services. You will hear a new prompt on phone messages "This is an important message from...Please press 1 to hear the message" and will only see minor formatting changes on the emails.

Working Together for Quality Schools in Every Neighborhood

The Board of Education and Superintendent Cindy Marten invite all stakeholders to a series of neighborhood meetings to Dream Big together for the future of our schools. We are committed to having clear, long-term priorities based on our Vision 2020. We believe that when our priorities are inspired and informed by our parents, students, and teachers, we will have important information for long-range planning with students at the center. These forums will yield a clear and collective sense of our District-wide long-term priorities.

Monday, Mar. 3, 7-9 p.m.
Mira Mesa High School

Superintendent Cindy Marten and the Board of Education recently announced the gradual return of instructional days to our school calendars, beginning this year. Restoring instructional days assures that students receive maximum educational impact. One instructional day is being restored to the 2013-14 school year, bringing the total to 179 days.

• Traditional Schools: June 13, 2014, is now an instructional day and the last day of school for students.

• Year Round Schools: June 23, 2014, is now an instructional day and no longer a day off. The last day of school for students remains July 21, 2014.

Everyone is invited to join us at the next Mira Mesa cluster meeting February 24th at 5:50 in the Mira Mesa High School Library. Topics include

Salk Elementary

  • Revised attendance boundaries
  • Removing very old portables
  • Possible alignment of Mira Mesa school calendars
  • Opening of Salk in September 2015
  • Steering committee that will work with district staff on this project.

School Safety:

  • Review of the needs and timelines of the Mira Mesa schools for safety upgrades with Deputy Superintendent Phil Stover

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Principals can nominate a volunteer to their 2nd Annual School Volunteer of the Year Award from now to Feb 28 2014. Check the or flyer for details


The 2014-15 school year calendar has been approved. Details

Highlights of the 180-day schedule

  • School Starts Tuesday Sep 2 2014
  • Winter break begins on Dec 22, 2014
  • Spring break begins on Mar 30, 2015
  • The last instructional day on the traditional calendar is Monday, June 15, 2015
  • The last instructional day on the year-round calendar is Tuesday, July 21, 201

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.

Cluster Committees bring schools, parents, community members together

The innovative Cluster Committees revolving around San Diego Unified's high schools and their "feeder" neighborhood schools are inviting parents, guardians and local community members to upcoming meetings.

Established in 2010 as part of the district's Vision 2020 plan to create quality schools in every neighborhood, the clusters help coordinate instruction and activities among a cluster's elementary, middle and high schools. For example, in the Hoover cluster, school communities from Hoover High, Wilson and Clark middle schools, along with elementary schools Adams, Central, Cherokee Point, Edison, Franklin, Hamilton, Joyner, Normal Heights, Parks and Rowan meet monthly to promote continuity, communication and collaboration. Area superintendents share the leadership and coordination of the clusters in their respective learning communities.

The Mira Mesa Cluster meeting schedugle is out. The meetings start at 5:30 in the ira Mesa high Schol Media Center and the public is welcome


15th Annual Mira Mesa Street Fair, hosted by the Mira Mesa Town Council, Saturday, Sept. 21st, 10 am-5:00 pm. Flyerstreetfair1

  • FREE admittance
  • Over 130 different vendors, crafters, community resources & business groups
  • Two performance stages
  • Children's carnival rides
  • Big construction and fire trucks
  • International Food vendors
  • Free 'rock painting'
  • A Boy Scout camp
  • Our popular 'Dunk Booth'