Salinas City Elementary School District

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  • Familiar Face in a New Role

    If Krysta Bradley were a Major League Baseball player, her walk-up music would be "Don't Stop Me Now," Queen's energetic anthem of positivity. A veteran teacher in the SCESD (and an alumnus of Monterey Park School) Bradley just accepted a new role within the District—that of TOSA (Teacher on Special Assignment) for Educational Technology. Working in collaboration with the District's Instructional Technology Department, her new mission is to collaborate with and support teachers, so they can in turn support students and help them become "future ready" in whatever capacity they need.

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  • New National Suicide Hotline Launched

    People experiencing a mental health crisis have a new way to reach out for help in the U.S. They can simply call or text the numbers 9-8-8. Modeled after 911, the new three-digit 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline is designed to be a memorable and quick number that connects people who are suicidal or in any other mental health crisis to a trained mental health professional. "If you are willing to turn to someone in your moment of crisis, 988 will be there," said Xavier Becerra, the secretary of the federal Department of Health and Human Services, at a recent press briefing. "988 won't be a busy signal, and 988 won't put you on hold. You will get help."

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Announcements

  • Notice of Public Hearing: The Salinas City Elementary School District Board of Trustees will hold a public hearing on Sufficiency of Instructional Materials, pursuant to California Education Code Section. 60119. The public hearing will take place in open session at the Sept. 20 Board of Trustees meeting, which begins at 6:30pm at the District Office, 840 S. Main St., Salinas.

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  • Save the Date: The SCESD will hold a Parent Leadership Conference on Saturday, Sept. 24, at Los Padres Elementary School. The event will feature guest speakers, workshops for parents, community resource booths, safety tips from the Salinas Police Department and more. Free breakfast and lunch, free childcare and free transportation will be provided. Stay tuned for more information in the coming weeks.

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