Surprise, Surprise 2017 Teaching
Excellence Award Winners
Announced

“I am in awe of the hard work, commitment, and passion that this year’s Teaching Excellence winners show and give our students on a daily basis,” Superintendent Matthew Duffy said. “The dedication of Ms. Chieudjui, Kronenber, La Due, Raj and Johnson is just a small snapshot of the all the fantastic teachers we have working in this district.”

Matt Duffy

WCCUSD Superintendent

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October 2016 Newsletter

The Ed Fund is working to create educational environments where our students thrive and succeed in their chosen endeavors. This past year, in a strategic planning process with our community partners we asked the question, “What can we do to help our students graduate from high school ready to succeed in college and their chosen career?”

Joel Mackey

Executive Director

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November 2016 Newsletter

When you walk into a freshman English class at Kennedy High School and ask the students how many of them want to go to college, nearly all hands go up. However, the reality is that only 28% of graduating seniors from the class of 2015 completed their A-G requirements – the coursework necessary to attend a 4-year public university in California.

Joel Mackey

Executive Director

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