ESUSD joins Digital Promise League of Innovative Schools, will partner with other leading educators, entrepreneurs, and researchers from across the U.S.
The El Segundo Unified School District (ESUSD) is one of 19 school districts recently accepted into the League of Innovative Schools, a national coalition of forward-thinking school districts organized by Digital Promise, an independent, bipartisan nonprofit organization authorized by Congress to accelerate innovation in education. Click headline for more.
During the month of October, the El Segundo Unified School District is participating in Chevron’s Fuel Your School program. Here is how it works: throughout the month, Chevron will donate $1, up to $500,000, when you purchase 8 or more gallons of fuel at participating local Chevron and Texaco stations in select cities in and around the South Bay area of Los Angeles County — to help fund eligible classroom projects. You can even track the progress of funded projects in your city. Click headline for more.
Already well ensconced in production of the El Segundo High School Band’s fall field show “Romeo and Juliet,” Robert Soto, El Segundo Unified School District’s new band director, is setting the bar high for ESUSD music students. Click headline for more.
To reduce election costs to El Segundo Unified School District, increase voter participation in Board elections, and comply with new legislation requiring the alignment of Board elections with Statewide elections by November, 2022, the Board of Education considers measures to move Board elections to even-year election cycles. Click headline for more information.
Fraternal twins Garrett and Wyatt Boyce have shared playing time on the baseball field since they were five years old. This month, the pitching duo simultaneously achieve another significant milestone as they become members of the baseball team at California State University, Dominguez Hills. Garrett (left-handed pitcher) and Wyatt (right-handed pitcher) signed their letters of intent to play at Cal State Dominguez Hills in April during their senior year at El Segundo High School after expressing a desire to attend their father Randy’s alma mater. Click headline for more.