Press Release

District Names Interim Business Chief

UNION CITY (Friday, Dec. 18, 2009) – Jim O’Connor, a former middle school principal who has spent most of the past 25 years in school business management, has been hired on an interim basis to serve as Chief Business Officer of the New Haven Unified School District.
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Santa Gives Teachers Money for Students

UNION CITY (Thursday, December 17, 2009) – Santa Claus visited teachers throughout the New Haven Unified School District today, sharing nearly $6,000 worth of classroom grants awarded through the New Haven Schools Foundation’s “Innovations in Education” program, for special projects that promote learning.
 
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Video System Going Online at Logan

UNION CITY (Monday, Dec. 7, 2009) – A long-awaited video surveillance system, designed to enhance student safety and improve campus security at James Logan High School, will become operational this week.
 
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Expert on Equity in Education to Visit Four New Haven Schools

UNION CITY (Thursday, Dec. 3, 2009) – Enid Lee, a well-known authority on the subject of equity in education and the country’s Multicultural Educator of the Year in 2008, will visit four schools in the New Haven Unified School District on Tuesday.
 
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Third-Graders Receive Free Dictionaries

UNION CITY (Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2009) -- For the fourth consecutive year, a local real estate agent is making certain that every New Haven Unified third-grader has a dictionary. Read More… »»

District Receives Second Grant From East Bay Community Foundation

UNION CITY (Thursday, Nov. 12, 2009) – The East Bay Community Foundation, which earlier this year awarded the New Haven Unified School District a grant to support Writing Workshop, has awarded the District a second grant for a complementary literacy program.
 
The Foundation is giving the District $11,000 to train teachers and literacy coaches in the Elements of Balanced Literacy.
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Message to Parents About H1N1

As New Haven Unified schools receive reports of “suspected,” “probable” or “presumptive” cases of H1N1, our District Nurse is in regular contact with the Alameda County Health Department. We are following the Department’s recommendations, incorporating protocols outlined by the state Department of Education and the federal Centers for Disease Control.
 
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Ticket Deadline Extended for Hall of Fame Banquet

UNION CITY (Thursday, Oct. 29, 2009) – The deadline to purchase tickets for James Logan High School’s second annual Athletic Hall of Fame Banquet has been extended Wednesday, Nov. 4, Athletic Director Tom Rosenthal announced today.
 
Two Olympians, a Super Bowl winner and a state championship track and field team are part of the class that will be inducted at the 6 p.m. banquet on Saturday, Nov. 7, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel.
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Classes to Resume Thursday at Logan High

UNION CITY (Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2009) – James Logan High School will re-open Thursday after classes were canceled today because of a power outage.
 
Automated telephone calls are being made this evening to students and staff asking them to report to campus at the regular time.
 
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Logan Classes Canceled for Wednesday

UNION CITY (Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2009) -- Classes have been canceled Wednesday at James Logan High School, after it was determined that damage from a power outage Tuesday was unlikely to be repaired before the start of the school day. Parents were alerted in an automated telephone message Tuesday night and were told that students should plan to return to school Thursday. Read More… »»

"A Day Made Better" for Emanuele, Chavez Teachers

UNION CITY (Thursday, Oct. 8, 2009) – Emanuele Elementary School’s Elaine Cant and Cesar Chavez Middle School’s Joe Edwards were among 1,200 teachers nationwide who were honored by Office Max this week on "A Day Made Better." Read More… »»

First Full Class of Inductees Named to Logan Athletic Hall of Fame

UNION CITY (Monday, Oct. 5, 2009) – Two Olympians, a football player who wears a Super Bowl ring and a state championship track and field team are part of the first full class of inductees into James Logan High School’s Athletic Hall of Fame, Athletic Director Tom Rosenthal announced today.
 
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District Seeks Suggestions for Naming Performing Arts Center

UNION CITY (Thursday, Sept. 24, 2009) – The New Haven Unified School District has initiated the process for naming the new Performing Arts Center at James Logan High School, and the entire New Haven community is invited to submit suggestions.
 
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Re-Imagining Process Under Way at James Logan High School

UNION CITY (Monday, Sept. 21, 2009) – Teachers at James Logan High School have been invited to begin a “re-imagining” process designed to give birth to a “school within a school” to open as a pilot program next fall.
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Board to Hold Special Meeting on Safety at Logan

UNION CITY (Monday, Sept. 21, 2009) – The Board of Education of the New Haven Unified School District will hold a special meeting Tuesday night to discuss student safety at James Logan High School.

The meeting will include a review of safety procedures and a discussion about the culture and climate of the campus. Attendees will be given the opportunity to meet in small groups that will include at least one Board member, a District administrator and a Logan administrator. Read More… »»

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