Peachjar – Coming Soon


Coming soon – Peachjar the leading eflyer management system used by thousands of schools across North America. With Peachjar, you can digitally approve and distribute eflyers directly to parents and have them posted to each schools’ website automatically. Parents receive approved eflyers in their inbox as visually engaging images and …

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Smarter Balanced Summative Assessment

This spring, students took part in the first statewide administration of the CAASPP program’s Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments for students who were in grades three through eight and grade eleven during the 2014–15 school year. These computer-based tests replaced the Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) program’s paper-based, multiple-choice California Standards …

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LCAP 2015-16

The Board of Trustee approved the LCAP on June 23, 2015. California’s new education funding model, the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), is a major reform in the way public school districts receive money from the state. Previously school districts received a significant portion of money without restrictions, but much …

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Walden West Information

May 11, 2015 Communication from Santa Clara County Office of Education                                                                                 …

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Two-Way Bilingual Immersion

Two Way Immersion

Two-Way Bilingual Comes to Oak Grove! Plans are underway to open the first Two-Way Bilingual Immersion (TWBI) Program in Oak Grove School District for the fall of 2015 / ! El Distrito Escolar Oak Grove Anuncia con Orgullo su Primer Programa Bilingüe y de Inmersión¡ The Oak Grove School District believes …

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Common Core State Standards

Common Core

Why the New Common Core Standards? Our teachers have been working hard to help students reach the new, more rigorous academic standards set out by the state of California. These new core learning standards tell us what students should know and be able to do at the end of each …

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