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Cap Female Students Participate in Google's "Made with Code" Event
Earlier in the month, Google hosted its first “Made with Code” event at its YouTube campus in San Bruno. Designed to inspire creativity and excite young women about the possibilities of technology, a large contingency of girls from Capuchino High School participated. The emphasis of the event was on motivating girls’ curiosity and to encourage them to explore the countless possibilities of what they can do with code. Though code is at the center of our lives today, young women are not equally represented in the creation of these technologies. Kudos to the female students at Cap who participated in this event and are looking to increase the number of women who will create new technologies in the future.
"The Connected Adolescent" Draws Crowd to PAC
More than 200 parents attended the November 5th ParenTeen Quest/SMUHSD event, "The Connected Adolescent: A Roadmap to Parenting in the Digital Age" with respected licensed social worker and psychotherapist Jason Brand. Attendees shared that they learned valuable information about the draw technology has on adolescents and what research is saying about the impact of technology on brain development. Every ParenTeen Quest event is designed to make parents even better informed on the different ways in which your child is influenced by their environment and the impact those variables have on their ability to learn.
Soles Without Holes' 2nd Annual Shoe Drive
Burlingame High School is running its second annual Soles Without Holes Shoe Drive from November 10th through 21st! Soles Without Holes is a non-profit started by Burlingame High School junior, Abbie Schulz. With her family, Abbie collects gently worn shoes of all styles and sizes and donates them to people in need. Please consider bringing in shoes to the drive being held at Burlingame High School all month long. All shoes collected will be donated to orphanages, homeless shelters, and disaster sites in need. Visit Soles without Holes online to learn more information. You can also contact Sue Glick at (650) 558-2873 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The A/W Office provides on-site interpreting services for Spanish and Chinese (Mandarin) speakers. Limited English Proficient (“LEP”) parent/guardians speaking languages other than Spanish and Cantonese/Mandarin will be provided language assistance services by the Attendance and Welfare Office. Please contact: KindyLee Mackamul, Director of Attendance and Welfare, if you need assistance regarding enrollment and school assignment matters.
Response to the Grand Jury Report
On July 11, 2013 the San Mateo Union High School District received a Grand Jury Report, "Capital Appreciation Bonds: Ticking Time Bombs." At the September 12, 2013 board meeting the Board of Trustees approved the response letter from the district to the Grand Jury Report "Capital Appreciation Bonds: Ticking Time Bombs." To read the response letter click on "Response Letter."
Public Notice-First Five-Year Review for Burlingame High School
The Department of Toxic Substance Control (DTSC) will conduct the First Five-Year Review of the effectiveness of the remedy for the Burlingame High School site (Site) located at 400 Carolan Avenue, Burlingame, California 94010. For more information click on the attached notice. Public Notice for First Five-Year Review Burlingame High School
Local Control Accountability Plan: SMUHSD
LCAP Year 2014-2015
San Mateo Union High School's commitment to monitoring progress as we move forward with LCAP is a high priority for all stakeholders - staff, families, and community members. The foundation of this LCAP is to improve the education and achievement outcomes for all students in the San Mateo Union High School District.
The District Policies are now on-line. To access click on "District Policies."
Local Educational Agency Plan
Title III Improvement Plan
The goal of the Title III Improvement Plan is to identify the challenges the SMUHSD has had in raising English Learner achievement and to provide a guide on how to implement a sound and effective instructional program for all English Learners.
The San Mateo Union High School District continues to be in Program Improvement for 2012-2013 school year. For more information click on "SMUHSD Program Improvement." "SMUHSD Program Improvement letter (Spanish)" "SMUHSD Program Improvement Letter (Chinese)"
Student Nutrition Services
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Rental of SMUHSD Facilities
To book athletic facilities, theaters, classrooms, and meeting spaces click on Facilities Rental.