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Michelle Manley WSD Teacher of the Year
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Special Ed Community Advisory Committee Meeting
Date: 12/8/2016, 6:30 PM 7:30 PM
Location: Huntington Beach Union High School District Office
Board Meeting
Date: 12/8/2016, 7 PM 9 PM
Location: Board Room
Special Ed Parent Academy
Date: 12/13/2016, 9 AM 12 PM
Location: Johnson Middle School
Special Ed Parent Academy
Date: 12/20/2016, 9 AM 12 PM
Location: Johnson Middle School
Board Meeting
Date: 1/19/2017, 7 PM 9 PM
Location: Board Room

News & Announcements

WSD Brings Home the Gold

Golden Bell Award

Over the weekend, the California School Boards Association presented our District with the prestigious Golden Bell Award for Outstanding Technology in our i4 Blended Learning Academy.

Superintendent Kim Phelps Featured in National Publication

Dr. Marian Kim Phelps, Superintendent

Our amazing superintendent, Dr. Marian Kim Phelps, is highlighted in Education Week as one of the few female superintendents nationwide! Even though K-12 education is largely a female enterprise, men dominate the chief executive's office in the nation's nearly 14,000 districts, numbers that look especially bleak given that the pool of talent is deep with women. Women make up 76 percent of teachers, 52 percent of principals, and 78 percent of central-office administrators, according to federal data and the results of a recent national survey. Yet they account for less than a quarter of all superintendents, according to a survey conducted this summer by AASA, the School Superintendents Association.

Spelling Bee Winners

spelling bee

Congratulations to the winners of the WSD Spelling Bee! Winners in the 4th and 5th grade competition had to correctly spell masquerade, mischief and atrocious. First Place went to Jason Phan at Sequoia, Second Place went to Kelly Ninh at Willmore and Third Place went to Andie Cardenas at Clegg. The 6th, 7th and 8th grade competition was a battle with contestants spelling aeronautical, dialysis and reign. First Place went to Andrew Vo at Johnson, Second Place went to Tony Nguyen at Webber and Third Place went to Jeremy Flores at Stacey. The winners in the 6-8th competition will go on to compete in the Orange County Scripps Spelling Bee in February.

Johnson Students Help Sole Hope

Johnson Students Help Sole Hope

Teacher Greg McFall and his National Junior Honor Society students at Johnson Middle School are participating in a global community service project that will provide over 100 pairs of shoes to children in Uganda through the Sole Hope organization. Students solicited donations of over 300 pairs of jeans and other materials to make the shoes.

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