Monthly Archives: May 2018

Truckee Elementary School teachers, students, and members of the Tahoe Truckee Unified School District gathered in front of the elementary school Wednesday afternoon with golden shovels in hand to celebrate the start of construction on the school. That turning of dirt also marked the final phase in a series of renovation projects throughout the entire…

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Here are highlights of the meeting recently held for CASH Facility Planning leaders: Proposition 51 Implementation – Take 30 Seconds to Repair Our Schools Now Register Today for the NextGen Symposium May 9-10 AB 195 Local Bond Ballot Labels CASH Legislative Updates regarding Developer Fees, CUPCCAA, School Safety Plans. And Interior Door Locks Legislative Advisory…

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A commentary from Mike Antonucci on May 2, 2018 in the LA School Report One major campaign battle will not make it to the November ballot — and mixed signals from the California Teachers Association could be a main reason. The Schools and Local Communities Funding Act initiative is a proposed statewide ballot initiative that…

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Classroom teachers in the Vista Unified School District are teaming up with researchers from UC San Diego to hasten the process of learning how kids learn. The effort is a cornerstone of the International Center for Educational Research and Practice, a new “virtual center” at the district. The project also includes the San Diego Workforce…

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Thanks to the voters passing Prop 51, school districts by now should be hiring workers, putting shovels in the ground and providing students access to campuses that support modern learning environments. Instead, some school districts are needing to scale back projects and trying to explain to their communities why the state is refusing to release…

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Since the passage of SB 50 in 1998, the School Facility Program (SFP) has grown more complex and multi-faceted. Opportunities exist to eliminate redundancies and streamline the state oversight and approval process, thereby reducing complexity and making it easier for school districts to access state support for school facilities. It is important to preserve the…

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We invite you to attend the 9th Annual Safe Schools Conference on July 18 – 20, 2018 in Garden Grove, CA. At this unique conference you will learn about the critical issues schools will be facing and cost-effective strategies to deal with these same issues. The conference will discuss the direct link between school safety,…

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The Associates at EH&A have been following the general trend across the United States that educational facilities are gradually becoming specialized. We have seen that classrooms intended for primary students are profoundly unique from classrooms serving high schools or transitioning professionals. The traditional idea of what constitutes an instructor-focused learning space has also changed. Digital,…

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A new permanent home for Sunset High School is on the horizon. The San Dieguito Union High School District board approved the school expansion project recently, moving up the timeline to bring long-awaited changes to the 3.3-acre site in Encinitas. The reconstruction will bring several resources the school has been without, including the multi-purpose room,…

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