Education

  • RSF board opts against hiring former superintendent as consultant

    RSF board opts against hiring former superintendent as consultant

    The Rancho Santa Fe School District board had been considering bringing back former superintendent Lindy Delaney to serve as a mentor and consultant to Interim Superintendent Kim Pinkerton, providing support to navigate the challenges of being a first-time superintendent. The board decided not...

  • Computer science class kicks off at R. Roger Rowe

    Computer science class kicks off at R. Roger Rowe

    The R. Roger Rowe Elementary School added computer science to its rotation wheel of enrichment offerings for all first through fifth grade students this year. The class is a blend of all STEM categories involving science, technology, engineering and math. “As the needs for data science, artificial...

  • SDUHSD classified teachers receive salary boost

    SDUHSD classified teachers receive salary boost

    The San Dieguito Union School District board approved pay raises for all classified employees at its Sept. 13 meeting -- .05 percent salary increases that have already been given to all management and certificated teachers.

  • Rancho Santa Fe School's superintendent search begins

    Rancho Santa Fe School's superintendent search begins

    Outreach has begun in the search for Rancho Santa Fe School District’s next superintendent. The district’s search consultants, George Cameron and Ernie Anastos, held parent input sessions on Sept. 14 and Sept. 17 to allow people to share their thoughts that will help them find the right candidate,...

  • RSF School board to consider electronic locks to improve campus safety

    RSF School board to consider electronic locks to improve campus safety

    The Rancho Santa Fe School District completed a hazard and vulnerability assessment over the summer, resulting in some recommendations for keeping students safe in school.

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