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What's Good in Education, July 14, 2010

Vol. XI, No. 1

Posted: July 15, 2010 4:33 p.m.
Updated: July 15, 2010 4:44 p.m.

Saugus High School won this year's Valuing Diversity Award, which was presented to Principal Bill Bolde.

 

Saugus Receives Valuing Diversity Award
This year's Valuing Diversity Award goes to Saugus High School in honor of the school's ambitious effort and in the spirit of great optimism for things yet to come.

The school conducted a self-study on its climate of respect for all students and staff, reinvigorated its Safe School Ambassadors program and re-scheduled an appearance by the SHARE Tolerance Trailer whose visit to the campus was derailed by last year's Station Fire.

The school also challenged athletes to become leaders through a film about a Louisiana high school's struggle to overcome racial tension in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, including a personal visit to Saugus from key figures in the film. Principal Bill Bolde's goal is to take the entire ninth grade to the Museum of Tolerance early next year.

Summer Graduates to Receive Diplomas
Nineteen students who will meet their final high school requirements during summer school this month will be honored at a district-wide summer graduation ceremony 10 a.m. Friday, July 16, at Canyon High School.

The ceremony will be held in Team Room S4 on campus, followed by a cake and punch reception. The ceremony will celebrate five graduating seniors from Hart High School, one from Saugus, two from Valencia, four from Golden Valley and seven from Canyon.

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