SDUHSD schools to host ‘Common Core Info Nights’ for parents

Over the next month, schools in the San Dieguito Union High School District (SDUHSD) will host a series of information sessions about the new Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for current SDUHSD parents. These sessions will educate parents about the CCSS, the district’s plan for transitioning to the CCSS, the shifts in instruction and assessment required by the CCSS, and how parents can best support their students in achieving the expectations outlined in these new standards. Each session will begin at 6:30 p.m. and conclude by 8 p.m. on the following dates:

Jan. 22 – Torrey Pines High School, Lecture Hall

Jan. 23 – La Costa Canyon High School, Media Center

Jan. 29 – San Dieguito Academy, Media Center

Jan. 30 – Canyon Crest Academy, Band Room

Feb. 3 – Oak Crest Middle School, Media Center

Feb. 4 – Earl Warren Middle School, Warren Hall

Feb. 5 – Carmel Valley Middle School, Performing Arts Center

Feb. 11 – Diegueño Middle School, Media Center

Feb. 25 – Spanish Language CCSS Info Session – San Dieguito Academy Library

Beginning in February, SDUHSD representatives will also visit the various elementary and middle schools that send students to the district to discuss the CCSS and the transition to SDUHSD schools. Dates, times, and locations for these sessions will be announced in the coming weeks.

Related posts:

  1. Del Mar school district to hold Common Core information nights for parents
  2. Carmel Valley and Earl Warren middle schools named as California distinguished schools
  3. Local districts looking at new assessment for Common Core standards
  4. Carmel Valley school to host workshop for college-bound athletes
  5. Del Mar Hills Academy to hold ‘21st Century Learning Night and the Common Core’ March 26

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