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. 
San Diego Unified Instructional Resources during COVID19 crisis
Educational funding in
the time of COVID19

Federal stimulus funding is coming to the aid of California’s school districts. The federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act that Congress passed in March allocated some aid directly to K-12 schools. The CARES Act also includes education funding for each state. The combination of Congress’ allocation and Gov. Gavin Newsom’s plan to distribute money would cover more than 90 percent of the proposed $6.4 billion cut to K-12 education funding Newsom is proposing for 2020-21 year due to a massive loss of tax revenue.  Learn more

Joint Statement from Los Angeles Unified And San Diego Unified School Districts (05-29-20) 

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. 

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