Two years ago, Barstow Unified School District (BUSD) broke ground for Barstow Fine Arts Academy, the second magnet school in their district. It followed shortly after Barstow STEM Academy, which opened in 2014 and established the district’s goal to open magnet schools that enrich the community. A fine arts academy was the clear next step to inspire creativity and artistic expression in the community.
Each year, Hemet Unified School District hosts a Family STEAM Night at Cawston Elementary School for their fifth graders to learn about careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics. This year, seven of our team members attended and walked students through the fun and exciting activity of building their own house.
This year at the CSBA Trade Show, we asked participants to help us discover shared values for quality education in California by taking part in the creation of a data map. Through this visual language, they shared what they valued in delivering quality education to students.
The Valley View High School celebrated the opening of their new athletic field with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Wednesday, October 3rd. The most vibrant of upgrades is the bright red turf chosen to accentuate school spirit and instill pride for athletes, students and staff.
The state-of-the-art facility is from public dollars, for public use, and another milestone for Beaumont Unified School District. Thanks to Measure Z funds, 836 students are able to attend this vibrant school and fill the seats of 38 active learning classrooms.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held this morning to celebrate the beginning of construction for Soboba Aquatics Center at San Jacinto High School. The community has been in desperate need for a pool since Sallee Park Recreational Pool, the only public pool in San Jacinto, closed in 2014. However, San Jacinto Unified School District (SJUSD) has been advocating for a pool long before the closure of Sallee Park.
Completed in August 2017, Saburo Muraoka Elementary School breathes new life into how education is delivered to students in the surrounding community–with a flexible design that meets students wherever they are at in their learning journey.
The District envisioned a high-tech facility on the high school’s campus fully equipped with features unique to their performing arts program. The new Performing Arts Center will serve as a beacon to the surrounding community by drawing patrons and supporters of the arts, and giving students the opportunity to collaborate and share ideas between various school programs and student cultures.
The Innovation Center is equipped with immersive technologies and industry equipment in an effort to foster collaboration, inspire curiosity and to prepare students for their future.
The vision for the re-energized Cajon High School performing arts theater modernization and expansion was to evoke a theater experience that rises to the level of talent in Cajon High School’s robust theater program and provide a space that is supportive of its future.
The goal of this project was twofold – to provide a higher level of security and safety for the
school and to transform the space, bringing inspiration, creativity, and new life to a building
overshadowed by tragedy.