With four weeks of in-person learning completed and most students on campus four days a week following a 13-month pandemic-related closure, the five San Diego Unified School District schools that make up the La Jolla Cluster have reported a total of four cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus, as of May 7.
Seven speakers from the La Jolla Country Day School community shared personal experiences related to “Agency, Resilience and Persistence,” the theme of the school’s inaugural TEDx event streamed live.
In a school year characterized by unprecedented challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the five public schools in La Jolla have chosen their Teachers of the Year for 2021.
“A woman who speaks is a woman with power,” says Katya Azzam, who coaches the Rhyme and Reason speech and debate team of eight middle school students, most of whom attend Muirlands Middle School in La Jolla.
The winners of the statewide Climate Video Challenge are in, and the creators of two of the top three videos hail from La Jolla.
After over a year of distance learning and more than seven months into the current school year, La Jolla’s five public schools in the San Diego Unified School District welcomed most of their students back to campus April 12 as the district reopened from closures triggered by COVID-19.