El Segundo Unified School District’s Executive Director of Educational Services Marisa Janicek was selected District Administrator of the Year (Region 14) by the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA)—the second consecutive year the award has been given to an ESUSD administrator. Janicek will be honored at the organizations’ regional awards event on April 26. Click headline for more.
The El Segundo Unified School District Long Range Facility Master Plan describes short-term and long-range facility recommendations. This document is a plan that the Board of Education will use to guide ongoing maintenance and care decisions for our district facilities and identify key facility modernization and new construction projects based upon the District’s goals, Boards’ priorities and funding availability. Project designations are considered flexible and the priority level timeline may be adjusted accordingly. Click headline to review the document in its entirety.
We are happy to announce the 2016-2017 awardees for Classified Employee of the Year for the El Segundo Unified School District:
Student Support Services: Sharon Felker (ESMS)
Paraeducators: Kristen Knoll (ESMS)
Administrative Support: Lynette Marcus (RSS)
M & O: William Ochoa (ESHS)
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El Segundo High School student mentors from the El Segundo Cyber Education Initiative (ESCEI) are hosting a free Cyber Education Workshop on Thursday, March 23 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. The event is for fourth and fifth grade students and their parents, and will take place at the ESHS Performing Arts Center. Please register and obtain tickets for this event at www.escei-eshs.com/events. Click headline for more.
El Segundo High School senior Sophie Long is an ABC7 Cool Kid!
“Cool Kids” is a segment on the Southern California news channel showcasing the achievements and endeavors of teens making a difference in their communities through outstanding academic performance, charitable involvement, or both. Long, who hopes to attend California Baptist University this fall, believes that giving time in the service of others is one of the best things a person can do. ESHS Director of Student Activities Robin Espinoza took note of Long’s dedication to community service and nominated her for the “Cool Kids” recognition. Nominees are students between 14 and 18 years of age living in ABC7’s five-county viewing area. Those selected receive $500 cash from ABC7 and Children’s Hospital of Orange County. Click headline for video.