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Welcome Back from Superintendent Skelly

Photo of Superintendent SkellyGreetings to the 17-18 School Year!

School starts Wednesday and for the past week, it seems that every staff member I encounter – from plant managers to school office assistants to new teachers – simply can’t wait for school to start.  Our staff enjoys the end-of-summer reunions our pre-start meetings represent, but they really look forward to making sure we are ready for the hustle and bustle of a new school year. As we walk around school campuses during the summer, the halls seem increasingly to cry out for your student’s energy and spirit.
As educators in our district, we have much to be grateful for.  We have a chance to do some of the most important work there is – educating our remarkable students so full of promise and talent, in this place – the heart of innovation and commitment to learning, at this time – when the connection between learning and one’s lifetime good fortunes is stronger than ever.
Lately I have been waking up and thinking to myself, “hot dang, I get to work in the San Mateo Union High School District.”  While it may not be the first thought on everyone’s mind here every morning, we are a lucky bunch, in no small part because of you and your family.
On we go!
Sincerely, Kevin Skelly, Ph.D.
Superintendent, San Mateo Union High School District

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Posted by: Sheri Costa-Batis Published:8/14/17
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