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Students wanting to take summer school through SJUSD, students will need to show up the first day of each session, at the location they choose, and if there is space available, they will be able to get into the course they request. To see a list of summer school sites and options visit: https://bellavista.sanjuan.edu/our-school/counseling First session of SJUSD’s summer school is June 10-27, Monday- Friday, 8:30am-2:30pm and second session of summer school is July 1-19, Monday- Friday, 8:30am-2:30pm.  If you are wanting to do in person summer school, the first session offers semester 1 courses only and the second session offers semester 2 courses only.  For online through Apex, courses from semester 1 or semester 2 can be taken in either session. 

Options for Youth and Marconi Learning Center area other options for summer school, depending on space available.  Please see their websites for more information.

Options for Youth: https://ofy.org/july-intersession-online-program-2024/

Marconi Learning Center: https://marconilearning.org/enroll/#ELO

Counselors will be out of the office for the summer, however there will be counselors on site the first two days of SJUSD summer school for any questions or concerns you might have.  You can also reach out by emailing hscreditrecovery@sanjuan.edu.

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Summer Meals

All children 18 years of age and younger can enjoy free meals this summer! Meals must be consumed on site, no income requirements, no enrollment requirements, no paperwork to complete. Dates and times vary by location, click for a complete list of locations. 

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A note from Superintendent Bassanelli April 16, 2023 with photo of superintendent

Voice is key to understanding the needs and wants of our whole community and our committees help us consider multiple perspectives on important issues such as our Local Control and Accountability Plan, curriculum, facilities and supporting our English language learners and students receiving special education services.

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A note from Superintendent Bassanelli March 15, 2024 with photo of superintendent

When we visit classrooms, we often see students engaged in hands-on experiential learning that helps prepare them for the field. By bringing in community partners that provide on-the-job learning, experiential learning is amplified by the additional mentorship and reinforcement provided by these partners. 

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