The La Jolla Cluster Association (LJCA) is a 501(c)3 organization made up of parents, teachers, and principals from the five La Jolla public schools. Our goal is to promote and support excellence in education in all La Jolla public schools. The LJCA works collaboratively to meet the needs of our diverse student population in grades TK-12 by implementing community based school reform in collaboration with SDUSD. Cluster board meetings are held every month and are open to all stakeholders.
The San Diego County public health order requires all school districts, charter schools, and private schools serving grades TK–12 to report the following information for each school site and school district, if applicable, to the San Diego County Office of Education on or before the second and fourth Monday of each month
Number of students participating in full-time in-person learning, hybrid learning, and distance learning
Number of school employees who work onsite at a school
The name, email address, mailing address, and phone number of the person responsible for responding to complaints regarding COVID-19 prevention
Educational funding in
the time of COVID19
The San Diego Unified Board of Education unanimously approved a $1.6 billion balanced budget for the upcoming school year. No significant layoffs or staff adjustments were required to balance the district budget this year. Highlights of the approved measure include a $45 million fund for COVID-19 emergency expenditures. Learn more.
SDUSD started the school year on August 31, 2020 with full online learning. SDUSD and SDEA (San Diego Teacher's Association) have agreed to collaborate with UCSD regarding safely reopening.
Message from SDUSD:
We look forward to continue serving
our families and supporting them in
obtaining all information needed for
safe access to campus. As we continue
our Phase implementation, families
will continue to receive health and
safety information, as well as
supports available to maintain the
health and safety of our communities.
Social emotional learning
The Impact of Social and Emotional Learning on Key Student Outcomes
Recent trends in education have created a focus in districts and schools on improving their students’ social and emotional learning (SEL) skills, and many educators are aware of the impact these skills have on student success.
COVID19 News You Can Trust
Centers for Disease Control - Get the Facts About Coronavirus
World Health Organization - COVID-19 Pandemic
National Institute of Health - Clinical Trials, Vaccine, Treatment
State of California - News, Data, Testing
County of San Diego - Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)