Category archives for: Schools

PUSD releases free, reduced-cost lunch criteria


Details for the Poway Unified School District’s free and reduced lunch policies are now available online.

Area middle, high schools plan registrations, orientations

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High school and middle school students and their parents will soon be heading to Poway Unified campuses for registration and orientation before classes start on Aug. 20.

Poway singer earns full scholarship to Berklee College of Music

Jackie Foster sang at her Poway High School graduation in June.

A Poway singer will be expanding her musical horizons thanks to a full tuition scholarship from the Berklee College of Music in Boston.

Report: School districts improve on bond transparency


School district construction bond programs around San Diego County are becoming more transparent for public scrutiny, according to a report released today by the San Diego County Taxpayers Association.

Garden Road Elementary School seeks 40,000 box tops


The Garden Road Elementary School Foundation is getting ready for another year of supporting students.

Poway High grad earns degree, award from Julliard

Poway High School graduate Jessica Savage.

A former Poway resident has been lighting up the stage at Julliard, where she was recently presented with an award for her acting.

PUSD middle school, high school teachers retire

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Teachers with the district for 25 or more years were invited to share their thoughts on reaching this career milestone.

Mt. Carmel junior is PUSD’s new student board rep

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When the new school year begins in August, there will be a new face on the Poway Unified School District’s board of education.

Retiring elementary teachers reflect on careers


Poway Unified School District will be saying goodbye to 36 teachers and one administrator who are retiring, including 20 at the elementary level when school dismisses for the summer next week.

New principals at four PUSD schools


Four Poway Unified School District elementary schools will be facing a change in leadership next school year.