Superintendent Community Update

September 10, 2021

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Superintendent's Message

Dear JUHSD Community,

I hope you had a restful Labor Day and this month is finding you well! September signals the end of summer and the start of autumn. With the changing of the seasons, I reflect on the many changes that have taken place within our district, and community, in just our brief return to campus.

Times of transition and change create many mixed emotions. However, being able to accept change, and acknowledging the past, while planning for the future, are life skills that help us grow as individuals. In turn, those around us benefit from these skills as we maneuver through our own personal times of transition and change.

I thank you for supporting your students, and our school district, as we continue to grow in this ever changing world.


Toni Presta


Honoring September 11, 2001

This Saturday, September 11th, marks the 20th Anniversary of the attacks on our nation. Please take a moment to honor the thousands of lives lost on that day.

Though most of our students, and your children, were not born before September 11, 2001, feel free to share this brief history of the day with them by clicking on this LINK.


Second Progress Report Online

Please note:

Second quarter progress report grades will only be available to view through your ParentVUE and StudentVUE online accounts.

Attendance equals success!

Did you know that when your student regularly attends and engages at school, their chance of graduating and being more successful post high school, is much higher than students who do not? Because of this, we want to support your student safely attending every single school day. For more information on how we can work together, and promote positive school attendance with your student, please read this article on Sending the Right Message About Attendance to Teens.

District Office/Adult Education Campus Project

We are excited to be moving forward on our District Office/Adult Education Campus Project at Westmoor Park. Please follow the link to find out more about it!

Educational Housing Corporation

Stay up to date with our district's staff housing project by visiting the Educational Housing Corporation page of the website. For more information, please email Austin Worden, Director of Communication and Staff Housing,

Public Input Wanted

Last week, the district mentioned plans to help fund student education by replacing outdated facilities at Serramonte Del Rey with a new family-friendly neighborhood.

Community members have the opportunity to learn more about the project, and let their voices be heard on this topic, during the JUHSD 7-11 Committee meeting on Monday, September 13, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. The meeting will be held remotely and can be accessed via Zoom by following this link at the time of the meeting,

For more information about the 7-11 Committee meetings, please visit

For more information about the exciting proposed Serramonte Del Rey Revitalization Project, please visit

Questions may be directed to Associate Superintendent, Tina Van Raaphorst, at or (650) 550-7954.

COVID Health and Safety Tips

Stay healthy and help fight COVID-19 by following these five tips by clicking here!

For more information on how the district is currently addressing COVID-19, along with ways in which positive cases are being reported, please visit the district's COVID Dashboard.

Please note the dashboard is updated after a case has been confirmed within the district.


Safe, free, effective COVID-19 vaccines are available to everyone age 12 and up—regardless of immigration or insurance status. Stay healthy, protect others and help us end the pandemic. Find a walk-in clinic or make an appointment today by visiting My Turn CA.

Daly City Partnership, 350 90th Street, will continue to host vaccine clinics on Wednesdays, 12:00-6:00 pm; walk-ins welcome. Vaccination appointments can also be with the Daly City Youth Health Center's medical clinic by calling (650) 877-5700.

State attorney general provides hate crimes support

State Attorney General Rob Bonta unveils new guidance and reports to help the public, and law enforcement, better understand ways to address hate crimes. For the full article linked with helpful resources, please click HERE.

Recommended Read: What Teens Need Most From Their Parents

As adolescents navigate the stormiest years in their development, they need coaching, support, good examples and most of all understanding. Take a moment to read this article as it breakdowns down ways to support your teens during these formative years, per age group.

Source: Wall Street Journal,

Work with us!

Interested in working for our dedicated district community?

Check out the Employment Opportunities page for current job postings and more!

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