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E-News: May 10, 2011

Measure B Update
The Alameda County Registrar of Voters on Monday afternoon certified the results of the special election to decide Measure B, an emergency funding measure for the New Haven Unified School District, which was defeated by just a handful of votes.
 
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E-News: May 3, 2011

Last Day to Vote on Measure B
Today is Election Day for Measure B, the “Taking Care of Our Kids” emergency funding measure. Measure B, a temporary parcel tax, would raise approximately $3 million per year for four years to minimize class size increases and reductions to the school year and to fund after-school activities.
 
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E-News: Feb. 8, 2011

Logan Students Do Their Part
Members of the Sustainability Club at James Logan High School will be removing litter and debris, planting bushes and trees and doing some site design planning Saturday, Feb. 19, part of their continuing effort to restore an area along the creek behind William Cann Civic Center Park in Union City.
 
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E-News: Feb. 1, 2011

Public Hearing Tonight on Parcel Tax Proposal
A public hearing on a proposed parcel tax, to offset some of the cuts that continue to be forced on the District because of the ongoing state budget crisis, will be held as part of the Board of Education’s regular meeting tonight (Tuesday). The meeting will be at the Educational Services Center, 34200 Alvarado-Niles Rd., starting at 7:30 p.m.
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E-News: Jan. 25, 2011

Public Hearing on Parcel Tax Proposal
A public hearing on a proposed parcel tax, to offset some of the cuts that continue to be forced on the District because of the ongoing state budget crisis, will be held as part of the Board of Education’s regular meeting next Tuesday (Feb. 1).
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Santa Gives Teachers Money for Students

UNION CITY (Wednesday, December 15, 2010) – Santa Claus made his annual tour of the New Haven Unified School District today, giving out nearly $6,000 worth of classroom grants from the New Haven Schools Foundation’s “Innovations in Education” program, for special projects that promote learning.
 
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E-News: Nov. 16, 2010

“Walk and Roll to School” at CCMS, Hillview Crest
Today is “Walk and Roll to School Day” at Cesar Chavez Middle School, where students are being encouraged to walk, bike or ride a scooter or skateboard to and from school, as an alternative to being driven.
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Information on Student Fees

The New Haven Unified School District has a proud tradition of excellence, both in the classroom and in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. While the California Constitution mandates that public education be provided to students free of charge, the District – in its efforts to provide students with the highest possible level of programs and opportunities – for many years has solicited support from parents and the community. Read More… »»

E-News: May 18, 2010

Classified Employees Week
This is Classified Employees Week in the New Haven Unified School District. On behalf of Superintendent Kari McVeigh, here is the text of the resolution adopted by the Board of Education in appreciation of our classified staff:
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Mid-Year Kindergarten Starts in February

UNION CITY (Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2010) – For families of children who were not quite old enough to attend kindergarten when the 2009-10 school year began, a few openings still exist in the New Haven Unified School District’s mid-year, full-day kindergarten program that starts in February.
 
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E-News: May 19, 2009

Deadline Announced for Wall of Fame: The New Haven Schools Foundation has announced that Aug. 3 will be the deadline to order engraved tiles for the “Wall of Fame” outside the new Performing Arts Center at James Logan High School.
 
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E-News: March 31, 2009

Enrollment for 2009-10: Enrollment packets are now available for the 2009-10 school year. New Haven residents (those who live in Union City or South Hayward) with children starting school in the fall can pick up a packet at the Cabello Student Support Center, 4500 Cabello St., Union City.
 
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Leadership Change in Student Services

UNION CITY (Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2008) – Veteran administrator Kathy Moniz, Executive Director of Student Services for the New Haven Unified School District, announced today she has accepted a position in the San Juan Unified School District, closer to her Sacramento-area home.
 
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Board Briefs: May 20, 2008

The Board of Education on Tuesday night heard an update on District budget development in the wake of the revisions to the proposed state budget presented last week by Governor Schwarzenegger. Read More… »»

Board Briefs: March 18, 2008

The Board of Education on Tuesday night heard a report from Grade 9 House Principal Matt Smith and a team of teachers from James Logan High School about Professional Learning Communities and the four critical questions that make up the Cycle of Inquiry: 1) What do we want students to learn? 2) How will we know when they’ve learned it? 3) What do we do when they haven’t learned it? 4) What do we do when they already know it? Read More… »»

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