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  • Hats Off for Dr. Seuss’ Birthday

    In celebration of Dr. Seuss' birthday and National Read Across America Day on March 2, schools across the District invited students and staff to come to school in PJs and devoted an hour to reading Dr. Seuss books.

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  • FCCLA Students Compete in Regional Spring Meeting

    On February 10, Wilcox High School hosted the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Regional Spring meeting with over 130 members from Northern California in attendance.

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  • School Safety

    Just before the February break there was a school shooting at a Parkland, Florida high school. The news of this tragedy and others before it have left our nation and community shaken and heartbroken for the victims and for their families, friends, peers, and communities that mourn their loss. We want to assure you that our schools are safe places for our students and staff. Read on for more information about school safety, resources for talking with children, and how we are approaching national walkouts.

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  • LCAP Feedback - Tell Us How We're Doing!

    The Santa Clara Unified School District is seeking input on the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). Please take this survey to give feedback on the 2017-18 actions and guide our planning for the 2018-19 school year.

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  • Millikin Students Demonstrate their Talents

    On February 2 at the Mission City Center for Performing Arts, Millikin Elementary School hosted a talent show offering students an opportunity to demonstrate their skills.

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  • Moving on up at SCUSD

    At the February 8 board meeting it was announced that two of our staff members will be joining the management team. Congratulations to Grounds Manager Peter Auth and Maintenance Manager Eugene Soares.

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  • Labor-Management Partnership Update

    There are many examples of how the Labor-Management Initiative is spreading at the District level. Both CSEA and UTSC are included in many more districtwide committees and task forces, so the voice of both teachers and classified staff are heard long before final decisions are made.

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