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A short film produced by OCDE’s Communications and Media Services unit follows a class of Adult Transition students at Harbor Learning Center over the course of one day.
Weekly roundup: Santa Ana to hold graduations at Angel Stadium, signing day a time for celebration, and more
April 16 , 2021
The Santa Ana Unified School District announced that it’s partnering with Angel Stadium to host all of its commencement ceremonies for the class of 2021 at the Anaheim ballpark. “This is part of the ongoing effort to make this experience the most memorable and inclusive for our students and families,” the district said in a […]
COVID-19 update: State issues new guidance for indoor performances, private events
April 15 , 2021
OCDE and local school districts continue to track the latest developments related to COVID-19 while following guidance from the California Department of Public Health and the Orange County Health Care Agency. Below is our running digest, with newer stories posted at the top. Updated at 1:43 p.m. on April 15, 2021 State issues new guidance […]
Annual arts and disability festival celebrates 45 years
“Sometimes people will judge others on the color of their skin and I want people to know that everyone should be treated equally.” Those are the words that Abigail Enriquez, sixth-grader at Bryant Elementary in the Garden Grove Unified School District, expressed when her artwork was selected as the poster for the 45th annual VSA […]
2 OC districts recognized for model school attendance review boards
April 14 , 2021
Two Orange County districts have been recognized by the state for the work of their school attendance review boards, or SARBs, which are being hailed as model programs that devised innovative strategies to support students during distance learning. The Centralia Elementary and Santa Ana Unified school districts were among 20 statewide recipients of Model SARB […]