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  • Curriculum Corner- January 2017

    Welcome to the Winter Edition of the FUESD Curriculum Corner, a newsletter published by the Educational Services Department for parents and the community. Please take a few minutes to read about several current or upcoming District initiatives. On behalf of the staff in our schools and the District Office, we hope you had a wonderful Holiday, and wish you a healthy and prosperous 2017! (Click on the title to see the full newsletter.)

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  • Potter Jr. High Recognized as a Common Sense Certified School: Digital Citizenship

    Common Sense, the national nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids and families thrive in a world of digital media and technology, has recognized Potter Jr High as a Common Sense Certified School: Digital Citizenship. (Click on the title for details.)

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  • New Schools on Camp Pendleton are Moving Forward

    The Village News has featured an update on the progress of our new Camp Pendleton schools. After years of planning, new schools for Mary Fay Pendleton and San Onofre School are getting closer to the construction phase. (Click on the title for details.)

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  • Potter Robotics Team Moves on to Finals!

    Congratulations to Potter Jr. High's Tech-No-Logic robotics team for qualifying to compete in SoCal First Lego League (FLL) finals at Legoland on December 3rd. Under the supervision of their coach, Mr. Chuck Floto, Tech-No-Logic competed in the FLL at Poway High School on November 5th. Their scores earned them the opportunity to compete in the finals. (Click on the title for more information.)

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  • Dr. Kerr to Help Build a School in the Dominican Republic

    Congratulations to Dr. Wendy Kerr, principal of Live Oak Elementary. She has been selected to be on the Lifetouch Memory Mission 2017 school-building team. In January 2017, some 50 volunteers will depart on a Lifetouch Memory Mission® to the Dominican Republic to continue to build an elementary school. On previous missions, volunteers have built elementary schools serving hundreds of children in small, impoverished, mountain villages. In addition to building a school, this team will be developing new relationships and shared learnings (Click on the title for more details.)

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