Carlsbad Unified School District
CARLSBAD — The Carlsbad Unified School District Board of Trustees agreed to spend $345,000 to upgrade portable classroom facilities for the district’s continuation high school, Carlsbad Village Academy, at their May 8 meeting.
CARLSBAD — A waiver brought forth during the Carlsbad Unified School District (CUSD) Board’s April 17 meeting sparked teacher and parent frustration over class sizes that surpass the state’s maximum student to teacher ratios.
CARLSBAD — Claiming that its petition was not given fair consideration, OPA (Oxford Preparatory Academy) is appealing to the San Diego County Board of Education over the Carlsbad Unified School District’s denial of their petition to run a charter school.
CARLSBAD — When Chad Lund learned students were saying things like, “German rocks,” and “I love French,” the Jefferson Elementary School principal knew his world language program was a hit.
CARLSBAD — After less than two months of review and a three-hour public meeting on Dec. 4, the CUSD (Carlsbad Unified School District) Board of Trustees unanimously denied the Oxford Preparatory Academy’s petition to open a charter school this fall.
CARLSBAD — Gearing up for the student enrollment period, Principal César Morales has a way of making Carlsbad’s new Sage Creek High School sound like part rigorous academic institute and part luxury country club.
VISTA — Jurors in a civil trial against CUSD (Carlsbad Unified School District) found the district negligent in supervising a teacher who ultimately molested two female students, awarding the plaintiffs a total of $4.5 million after the five-week trial ended Monday.
VISTA — Witness testimony continues in the civil lawsuit against the Carlsbad Unified School District for its former elementary teacher Raymond Firth, 41, who was recently released from prison following a 2010 conviction of sexual battery against three students.
CARLSBAD — Facing a budget shortfall, Carlsbad Unified School District trustees voted unanimously to send second layoff warnings to 74 teachers Wednesday night.