To spread the word throughout the City of Santa Ana that our schools are high-quality and best place for parents to enroll their children, a group of schools will hold a We are SAUSD Neighborhood Canvassing Day simultaneously in their boundary areas beginning February 25, 2017, at 8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. at Fremont, Heroes, Jackson, Lincoln, Martin, and Monroe elementary schools. A team of volunteers consisting of parents, school site teachers and staff, District staff, community members, and students accompanied by parents will canvas neighborhoods to share the qualities of their neighborhood school and why it's a great place for parents to enroll their children.
The Santa Ana Public Schools Foundation scholarship program is now open. Twenty-three scholarships are available, ranging in size from $500 to $1,500. The deadline to apply is March 15, 2017.
Parents are invited to view during an upcoming meeting math instructional materials for grades K-12 that are being considered for recommendation to the Santa Ana Unified School District Board of Education for adoption. During the meeting, parents will be given guidance on topics to consider when looking at the materials, resources available for reviewing these programs, and background on the new California State Standards for Mathematics and the instructional shifts children experience in their math classrooms.
To ensure that our families are informed and have correct information about federal immigration policies and their rights, Congressman Lou Correa will be hosting a series of Town Hall meetings on Tuesday, February 21, at 4:00 p.m. at Valley High School, and on Thursday, February 23, at 6:00 p.m. at Santa Ana High School. During the town hall meeting, participants will hear from immigration attorneys, learn about unlawful practices and scams, and have an opportunity to get their questions and concerns addressed.
Santa Ana Unified dads and their families are invited to bond and learn together during the upcoming Writing the California Constitution with Dad event. Dads University, in partnership with the Heritage Museum of Orange County, will offer a hands on workshop focusing on the rich history of the California Constitution, which is the United States' first constitutional document to be written in English and Spanish.
The Board of Education at its February 15, 2017 meeting recognized Kristine Pollard as Certificated Employee of the Month and Nancy Aguirre as Classified Employee of the Month for February. Congratulations to both!
Schools across the Santa Ana Unified School District are celebrating African American History Month by learning about historical people and places through art, literature and music.
On Sunday, February 12, 2017, the Santa Ana Police Athletic & Activity League Student Running Team participated in the second annual Run to Remember Los Angeles in honor of fallen police officers and first responders.
Yesenia’s Humanitarian Foundation, a local non-profit group dedicated to promoting the confidence and self esteem of financially challenged youth, is partnering with the Santa Ana Unified School District and the city to bring a day of glamour and empowerment to SAUSD female students just in time for prom.
The Santa Ana Unified School District is inviting residents, students, parents, community groups and District supporters to be a permanent part of the Santa Ana Public School Sports Complex by sponsoring a brick on the Walk of Fame.
Special Olympics Games & Health Screenings
Friday, February 24, 2017
Thursday, March 23, 2017