SOLEDAD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

Newsletter - November 6, 2020

Pumpkins Distribution

Again, thanks to Braga Fresh for the donations of literally thousands of pumpkins to distribute to our students and their families. During the week of October 19-23, every single school had pumpkins on hand to distribute to their students. Check out the pictures! What a great gesture from Braga Fresh! Especial thanks to Colby Pereira, Vice-President of Operations and our marvelous MOTF Staff and school staff for helping out!

Frank Ledesma Elementary

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Main Street Middle School

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Jack Franscioni Elementary Thanks Braga Fresh, watch the video!

Great Shake Out!

On October 15, 2020, our District participated in the Duck & Cover Drill

Check out the pictures from Ms. Amy Bowen's 4th grade class at Frank Ledesma Elementary who participated in the virtual drill!

Halloween activities in Mrs. Bassetti’s class with Lucy’s help!

Lucy Stewart, retired from our district about three years ago. Lucy worked for many years in our district. She is also very talented and gives back to our district as a volunteer. This year, she worked with Mrs. Bassetti's class to make "Dia del Muerto" (Day of the Dead) Masks. Check out some of their work!
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SCHOOL BOARD ELECTIONS UPDATE

We are waiting to hear from the Monterey Elections Department on the results of the November 3, 2020 Elections. Mail ballots are still being counted. We will keep you posted on the results.

MEASURE N UPDATE

MEASURE N UPDATE

We are cautiously optimistic that Measure N will pass. However, mail ballots are still coming in!

This Measure will provide funding for school improvements, technology access, and provide teacher-staff rental housing.


We will keep you posted!

About our Community: Salinas Valley Recycles

Here is an update for our community on the importance of recycling. Take a virtual tour through the Johnson Canyon Landfill in Gonzales. We encourage you to share with your students where all the trash goes, what happens, and why it's important to recycle!
Johnson Canyon Landfill Virtual Tour