Maria Simon “Coronado excels at a lot of things and none more so than the Arts.”
Board and Superintendent honored Girls Lacrosse Team almost a year to the day that the unheralded Boys Basketball Team won the CIF Championship.
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Biliteracy Achievement Recognition.
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Superintendent “Ensure challenging students, but don’t push them to a point that it is unhealthy.”
Superintendent exclaimed, “We are partners with Coronado Police Department” ….unless there is a radical Tortillagate-inspired group graffitiing the school with Nazi, anti-police symbols, and crude language.
Mueller attended the “Laramie Project: Ten Years Later,” a CoSA theater production that chronicles the rebuilding of a community in Wyoming after the murder of an individual with a history of depression, of heavy drinking, of crystal meth and heroin use and a lurid series of sexual misadventures including episodes of rape and molestation. What is the Administration’s agenda approving this play, that is for mature audiences only and uses teenagers to perform it?
Mueller reported that summer school was set to serve all students who sought remediation, it will be free, and will focus in the areas of math, language arts and biology.
The Board also approved the tentative agreement between CUSD and its employee organizations, the Association of Coronado Teachers (ACT), and the California School Employees Association (CSEA) which includes an 11% salary increase for both the ACT and CSEA.
The board voted to approve a contract for the CHS library renovation (i.e., new charging stations, new flooring, new paint, LED lighting, study rooms, collaboration spaces and more.)