MEALS: Starting on Monday, April 6th, meals will be distributed on Mondays and Wednesdays. On Monday pick up for Mon-Tue, on Wednesday pick up for Wed-Fri.
Classes are suspended through May 1st, with a tentative reopening on May 4th at the earliest. The decision to reopen depends on advice from Public Health and any declaration by Governor Newsom.
FREE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES: These optional resources are free (though many come with advertisements). Please check them out: (https://5il.co/dyy2)
SACK LUNCHES & BREAKFAST: During the school suspension, Waterford students may pick up sack lunches and next-day breakfast, M - F at 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Moon School, Waterford High School and Beard Community Park.
Dear Waterford Families The difficult decision has been made to suspend classes for all schools effective on Thursday, March 19th through the end of the Spring Break, April 19th.
Dr. Davis at Small School Districts Association State conference. Our superintendent serves on the state small school districts Superintendent council, and the SSDA conference is a fabulous opportunity to network with other small school district leaders. He is pictured with the Waterford USD’s facility modernization architect Alexis Persinger.
CHP Officer, Aldo Garcia, visits Waterford USD to share the facts of the “REAL ID”. Dr. Davis, Superintendent of Waterford Schools, welcomes CHP Officer Aldo Garcia to our learning community as many parents had questions about this new “REAL ID” requirement. He also shared about the “El Protector”. Since 1987, the CHP has offered a traffic safety outreach program to the Hispanic community, known as El Protector. It emphasizes education through dialogue with the community, instead of focusing on enforcement measures.
Waterford Baseball Wins CIF D-VI Championship https://www.modbee.com/sports/high-school/article230882189.html?
Ms. Kaji introduces the freshman class in Mr. Huizenga’s 2nd period class about A-G Requirements, college required courses in high school to be admitted to a university. Ms. Kaji asked, “Do you have a plan for after high school?” Students learned about their personality type, how it can connect to what they want to do after school, types of degrees, which colleges offer those degrees, jobs by degree and income. Ms. Kaji addressed trade schools and what trade jobs they offer. Seniors shared their experiences through the A-G requirement and being accepted to a university/college. Learning about occupations: https://www.bls.gov/ooh/