e3's Urban Agriculture Program is led by Learning Facilitator Jeffrey Newman. The Grow Urban Award, sponsored by Republic Services, was presented to e3 Civic High’s Urban Agriculture Program, which is passing on values of sustainability and environmental excellence to the next generation of Downtown leaders.
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Student body presidents from all over San Diego County will be honored this month at the 64th annual Washington-Lincoln Laurels for Leaders awards ceremony.
With the onset of COVID-19 and game-changes like ubiquitous technology, artificial intelligence and global economies, public high schools are challenged to provide a new level of education. In order for the United States and other countries to compete on a global scale, school leaders need to reevaluate and redesign educational programs to provide students the exposure and experience needed to become globally competent competitors.
In March, when schools suddenly closed and in many cases didn’t get up and running online for four to six weeks, state Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond asked schools to implement “hold harmless” policies. These policies included freezing grades to what they were before the stay at home order in March and/or implementing pass/no pass grading.
When COVID-19 came knocking on our doors, it upended the world, forcing us to rethink teaching and learning in a world of volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity. COVID-19 forced schools into using 1:1 devices and adopting greater technologies to simply reach students. Many schools had to shut their doors to in-person learning and found themselves acutely unprepared for the crisis.
Scholars will not return to campus on January 25th. Please continue reading for more details.
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Please click READ FULL STORY for a PDF link to the February Special Meeting Agenda which includes directions for public comment.
School officials at e3 Civic High are now training teachers for new curriculum in history and English classes after students from the school’s associated student body pushed for more inclusive representation following George Floyd’s death at the hands of Minneapolis police officers.