Soledad Unified School District
Weekly Newsletter, December 13, 2019
Seasons Greetings From Timothy J. Vanoli, Superintendent
December Winter Break - Office Hours
Winter Break District Office Hours
Our offices will be closed on the following dates:
December 23-27, 2019
December 30 - 31, 2019 & January 1, 2020
Offices will reopen on January 2, 2020
January 6, 2020 will be a Districtwide Professional Development Day and everyone will meet at 8:00 a.m. at Soledad High School's Gymnasium
School will resume for all students on Tuesday, January 7, 2020!
SUSD Board Annual Organizational Meeting
Javier, Galvan, Board President
Alfredo Flores, Vice-President
Jess Barreras, Clerk
Monica Pantoja, Board Member
Josie Perez-Aguilera, Board Member
Congratulations to all the newly elected officers. They hold a one year term in these positions until the next organizational meeting in December 2020. There is a new law that goes into effect next year in regards to the organizational meetings in December. The organizational meeting has to occur between the window of December 11 and December 25. December 11 is when governing board members take office and the organizational meeting has to be within a 15-day window; which will fall next year on Friday, December 25, 2020. The 2020 Board Meeting Calendar has additional meetings in December in order to meet these deadlines. Attached is the 20202 Board Meeting Calendar.
Students of the Month
Employees of the Month
Mariela Perez , Teacher at Frank Ledesma Elementary
Cafeteria Staff Recognized for going above & beyond for students!
Soledad Transition Class
Congratulations to Maria Ramirez
The Transition Class does an amazing job in training our special needs adults. Thank you to Mr. Cose and support staff for all they do for our students.
Soledad Transition Class Decorates the H.R. Department - How appropriate the display.
A Little Soledad History
We've gathered just a small portion of the book, mainly, the history of Soledad Schools as we think you'll enjoy reading it and especially seeing how far we've come in Soledad. Happy Reading!
Monterey County Office of Education Announces
Operation Recognition Veterans Diploma Project
ATTENTION VETERANS AND JAPANESE AMERICAN CITIZENS
Did you miss graduating from high school due to military service or internment?
You may be eligible to receive your high school diploma through Monterey County Office of Education Operation Recognition Veterans Diploma Project.
Qualified veterans are:
▪ Individuals who served in World War II, the Korean War, or the Vietnam War.
▪ Japanese American citizens who left high school for purposes of internment in World War II relocation camps.
▪ Current residents of Monterey County.
▪ Able to provide verification of military service and honorable discharge or proof of having been interned in a relocation camp. (The Military and Veterans’ Affairs Office can help.)
▪ Were enrolled in high school prior to enlistment in military service or internment in a World War II relocation camp.
Surviving family members can apply for a posthumous recognition.
DOES THIS SOUND LIKE YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW?
Submit an application by Friday, February 7, 2020.
Applications can be obtained online at https://www.montereycoe.org/operationrecognition or by calling the Monterey County Office of Education’s Communications Officer at 831.784.4245.
There is no charge to participate.