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November 19, 2021 Family Communication




November 19, 2021

SUPERINTENDENT’S MESSAGE
Dr. Eric Prater, Superintendent

gratitude quote on backdrop of morro rock at sunset
If there was ever a year families and friends need to gather around a delicious turkey, gravy, and mashed potato dinner, it’s this one. Thank you for your continued support of the San Luis Coastal Unified School District. I am thankful and honored to be a part of this amazing community. May you have a fantastic Thanksgiving with your friends, family, and loved ones.
 
Due to the break, the next family communication will be December 17. I hope you find peace, rest, and rejuvenation over the holiday.
 
Eric


EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
Diane M. Frost, Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services
 
CDPH Toolkit
The CDPH Parent Toolkit has many informational resources designed to answer parent questions regarding COVID-19 and quarantine. You might find this Frequently Asked Questions sheet regarding exposure helpful in further understanding exposure to COVID. The CDPH has a COVID-19 Hotline that is open Mon.-Fri. 8:00AM-8:00PM and Sat./Sun. from 8:00AM-5:00PM at 1-833-422-4255. Some CA County Public Health Agencies are providing the hotline to community members who have questions and concerns. 
 
Academic Intervention Teachers Wanted: Bilingual and English
We have openings for teachers with multiple subject credentials to work part-time in our elementary schools as Academic Intervention Teachers (AIT). These positions are 135 days, anywhere from 2-6 hours a day, paid $37.07 hourly. The AITs work with small groups of students to accelerate their literacy skills. If you or someone you know might be interested, please encourage them to apply. The application is via Edjoin and closes on December 1. For more information, please contact Lara Storm at lstorm@slcusd.org.    

Laguna Middle School Fundraiser
LAMS was featured on KSBY for raising money for the Hearst Cancer Resource Center. They had a competition between 7th and 8th graders to see who could raise the most money. We’re proud of these amazing students!

Fall Sports Season Highlights
Morro Bay High School

  • Girls Tennis: D5 semifinalist.  Lost 3-6 to Roosevelt to advance to the CIF Championship.
  • Girls Volleyball: D4 semifinalist.  Lost in five sets to eventual Champion Garces Memorial High School, who is still playing in the State Championship.
  • Girls Golf: Finished 7th in CIF Central Section Division 3 Championships.
  • Girls Water Polo: Finished 2nd in CIF Division 2.  Knocked off the number one seed, Tulare Western, in the semifinals.
  • Football: playing in the Division 6 Semifinals this Friday.
  • Cross Country: competing this Thursday in the CIF Championships.

San Luis Obispo High School
We have five league champions: Boys and Girls Cross Country, Girls Tennis, Girls Volleyball, and Girls Water polo. 

  • Boys and Girls Cross Country: Competing in the State Meet on November 27th and are currently ranked #1 for both boys and girls in Division Two. 
  •  Girls Tennis: Upset #1 seed, Clovis North, to make it to the CIF Division 1 Final versus Garces Memorial High School of Bakersfield and then lost 5-4. 
  • Boys Water Polo: Finished 2nd in the league and made it to the Division 2 Finals, which will be this Saturday against Kingsburg.

 Shout out to our athletes and coaches, and all those who support them!