Author shares real-life story of girl who fought racism and won

Author shares real-life story of girl who fought racism and won

By Cathi Douglas It’s wonderful to read about a heroine who changes the world – and especially memorable when the
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Newhart Middle School hosts baked potato bar for teachers, staff

Newhart Middle School hosts baked potato bar for teachers, staff

Newhart Middle School recognized teachers and staff members on St. Patrick’s Day (March 17) with a Baked Potato Bar in
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Capistrano Unified helps special ed children transition to new campus lives

Capistrano Unified helps special ed children transition to new campus lives

By CUSD Insider staff School life is full of many challenges and changes, from adjusting to new teachers, to new
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Malcom Elementary holds Souper Bowl canned food drive

Malcom Elementary holds Souper Bowl canned food drive

Students at John S. Malcom Elementary found a creative way to celebrate the annual Super Bowl — and help others
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CUSD joins Read Across America’s celebration of literacy

CUSD joins Read Across America’s celebration of literacy

By Elysse James  Capistrano Unified School District’s teachers, parents, administrators and community members joined together on March 2, 2021, to
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CUSD Trustees spread Valentine cheer with special delivery

CUSD Trustees spread Valentine cheer with special delivery

By Elysse James Capistrano Unified Trustees, in partnership with several supporters, delivered Valentine’s gifts to students at every school site
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CUSD Food and Nutrition Services shares their love this Valentine’s Day

CUSD Food and Nutrition Services shares their love this Valentine’s Day

Capistrano Unified is sharing the love with its Food and Nutrition Services team, which has served hundreds of thousands of
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Returning to school a breath of relief for parents, students

Returning to school a breath of relief for parents, students

By Elysse James When Capistrano Unified began re-opening schools for in-person learning in the fall following abrupt campus closures in
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‘To Know Better’ video brings students together to spread kindness

‘To Know Better’ video brings students together to spread kindness

By Bradley Zint Students from Canyon Vista Elementary and Don Juan Avila Middle schools are working together to produce a
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One million meals and counting: CUSD continues serving food to children across the district

One million meals and counting: CUSD continues serving food to children across the district

By Lou Ponsi Thanks in large part to a waiver extended by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), schools
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