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Cesar Chavez Intervention Program


      Cesar Chavez Elementary is doing a wonderful job supporting all students’ academic growth with the help of their intervention teacher Mrs. Cole and the eight Instructional Aides (IAs) that work alongside her all week.

       The intervention team is working diligently to instruct over 100 students in grades 1st-5th in the SIPPS (Systematic Instruction in Phoneme Awareness, Phonics, and Site Words) curriculum which focuses on literacy skills that are crucial to overall academic success. These students are being pulled out to work in small groups in our intervention classroom.  In addition, all eight IAs are also assisting in all 28 classrooms Kindergarten- Fifth grade. During their time in the classroom the aides are supporting teachers in assessing students and conducting smalls groups in math and literacy. We are excited to see the continued growth that these students are displaying.

Smarter Balanced Results Update


Lease-Leaseback Contractor Pool Selection Process

The Greenfield Union Elementary School District (“District”), located at 493 El Camino Real, Greenfield, CA 93927-4915, is under way with an approximate $24 million Measures L, C and D General Obligation bond program of reconstruction, modernization and new construction at multiple campuses and a potential new school site located in Greenfield, CA. Throughout this RFQ process, the District intends to select one or more qualified Lease-Leaseback Entities (“Entity”) to work as part of a project team with the Project Architect, Program and Project Managers, and District Staff throughout the design and construction process.


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Arts Summit produces strategies to reach more children

Monterey County’s top arts education leaders gathered on Saturday, March 21 to share strategies to expand arts education in public schools. The Arts Education Summit was organized by the Arts Council of Monterey County who had invited sixty individuals representing various stakeholders in educating and involving young people in the arts.