Parent College Discusses Teen Anxiety
Carlsbad Unified School District Parent College invites everyone to learn more about teenage anxiety and the tools you need to help teens and their children. School Her Counselor Kelly Hatcher discusses tools that loved ones who may be dealing with anxiety can use or share. The session will take place on January 31 from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the Pine Avenue Community Center at 3209 Harding Street.
Italian-American Group Offers Scholarships
The North County Italian Society is offering a $1,000 scholarship to North County high school seniors, 25% of whom are of Italian descent. The association has been awarding scholarships for the past 25 years. Information and applications are available at northcountyitalianaassociation.org. The application deadline is March 11th.
7 schools won gardening grants
Very Good Food, a nonprofit that offers programs focused on food security and food education, recently announced that it has awarded seven schools in San Diego County with prizes totaling $15,000. The school develops hands-on gardening and culinary education, providing communities with access to healthy foods. In North County, Classic Academy in Escondido and Carrillo Elementary School in Carlsbad are winners. New this year, grant applicants can request non-financial services, such as classes with experts in horticultural techniques, cooking classes, or garden cleaning by volunteers from Berry Good Food, in addition to receiving a cash prize. Allowed. Each of her 23 schools that applied was assessed on their ability to grow food projects, community needs, specific goals, long-term goals, mission impact and community support. Visit berrygoodfood.org.
January 30 High school selection window opened
The high school selection window for the San Diego Union High School District for the 2023-2024 school year opens at 8:00 AM on January 30th and closes at 4:00 PM on February 17th. A student from her 9th grade to her 11th grade district who wants to transfer high school. Students in grades 8 through 11 who live within district boundaries but do not attend a private school or district school, including Rancho Santa Fe, make a choice if they wish to attend district high school in the fall. is needed. District high school students who wish to remain in their current high school in Fall 2023 do not need to choose a school. They are automatically re-enrolled in the school. The district has been offering information nights about high schools. Next up is Tuesday at 6pm at La Costa Canyon, followed by a virtual session at Torrey Pines His High on February 2nd at 6pm. Parents and students are encouraged to follow the district on Facebook at facebook.com/sduhsd and check the district’s website. (sduhsd.net) with regular updates.
New business service executive with district name
Mark Pong has been appointed Deputy Superintendent of Business Services for the Solana Beach School District. He brings over 18 years of experience in public education in a variety of roles, including leading the financial department of his Merunion school district for the past 11 years. Pong supports financial accounting, payroll, purchasing, nutrition, district-wide budgeting, and long-term district budget planning. He is an active member of the local and statewide California School Business Association.
Students pack meals for those in need
For the holiday season, elementary school students at the Santa Fe Christian School prepared, packed, prayed for, and distributed more than 50,000 meals to communities in need around the world. Meals were prepared with Kids Around the World, a religious non-profit organization dedicated to addressing childhood malnutrition. SFC’s Global Ministry and Community Partnership Program encourages students to practice selfless giving by volunteering and investing in the world’s causes of need. Elementary school students write letters, donate Halloween candy to overseas service members, and pack meals for underserved communities. It offers. High school students partner with schools and churches around the world by working with international students and visiting communities. Santa Fe Christian continues outreach and service projects throughout the school year, with annual trips to Tucson and her six overseas mission trips with high school students in the summer.visit
District extends application period
The Valesitos School District Board of Directors has extended the application deadline for those applying to become Area 1 trustees. The new deadline for him is February 10th at noon. 4 p.m. on weekdays. To determine if your place of residence qualifies to represent the Trustee Territory, please visit bit.ly/3hs2TM1 and enter your address. Address must be within Trustee Area 1 boundaries. If you have difficulty verifying your address, please contact the school at (760) 728-7092.
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