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The mission of Montgomery Middle School is to provide an appropriately challenging curriculum that cultivates learners who are collaborative communicators and critical thinkers. In an effort to prepare these life-long learners for 21st Century jobs, many yet to be created, students will grow and develop into knowledgeable inquirers and caring leaders. They will endeavor to create a more just and peaceful world by contributing intercultural and ethical understanding, wisdom, compassion, and respect to our global society.
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Cajon Valley Union School District's Measure L will give us the financial tools to improve, upgrade, rehabilitate and expand our children's classrooms and make critical safety improvements to schools throughout the District WITH NO INCREASE IN CURRENT TAX RATES.
Cajon Valley Union School District will be partnering with El Cajon Police Department on the Handle With Care initiative that is making a difference in mental health throughout the United States.
When their friend was diagnosed with cancer, two El Cajon fifth-graders never imagined it would make her feel unwelcome at school. So the Vista Grande Elementary students decided to shave their heads in solidarity.
An innovative K-12 curriculum created by the Cajon Valley Union School District is gaining nationwide attention. World of Work aims to tackles problems seen in the education system head-on.
Cajon Valley Union School District Nominated as Top Workplace as Employee Engagement and Satisfaction Soars
Cajon Valley Union School District is being honored by the San Diego Union-Tribune for their nomination as a Top Workplace. This distinction comes to the District as they have put focus on employee engagement and satisfaction in recent years.
In the Cajon Valley Union School District - a wonderfully diverse school district that serves a socioeconomic population with nearly two-thirds of families living in or nearly in poverty - high-skill, high-wage jobs in the community often go unfilled. Across the nation, school districts are experiencing a similar landscape. It's a troubling pattern raising some tough questions for schools about what they can do to help shift this alarming trend. From the fall issue of the CSBA publication "California Schools"