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Anderson Receives Grant to Serve Fruits & Vegetables as Snack for Students

Anderson Elementary School has been awarded the California Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program (FFVP) grant, which provides funding to offer Anderson students a free fresh fruit or vegetable snack during morning recess. Beginning this week, FFVP provided an additional free fresh fruit or vegetable snack to students during the school day to teach students about good nutrition.

Easterbrook Discovery School Continues to Set Fundraising Record for Pennies for Patients (R) Program

Easterbrook Discovery School (EDS) has recently been ranked as the highest individual fundraising school for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s ® Pennies for Patients ® campaign in the Silicon Valley and Monterey Bay Area. With over 300 schools participating in this region, Easterbrook Discovery School raised $15,676.92, a gain of more than $3,500 from their Number One spot last school year.

Two Moreland Special Education Teachers Honored at Regional Awards Luncheon

Bill Pierce, Special Education Teacher at Easterbrook Discovery School (EDS) and Bob Burgner, Resource Specialist at Moreland Middle School (MMS) were honored at the SELPA III Community Advisory Committee (CAC) Teacher Awards Luncheon on May 25, 2017. Nominated by Director of Educational Services, Theresa Molinelli, teachers were selected based on their commitment to children with disabilities.

Moreland Middle School Student Testifies with Assemblymember Evan Low to Assembly Elections Committee

Moreland Middle School 7th grade student, Aarushi Wadhwa, testified with Assemblymember and former Campbell Mayor Evan Low in support of Assembly Constitutional Amendment 10, proposing to lower the voting age from 18 to 17 in the state of California. After her testimony this month in Sacramento, alongside another Northern California student, the Assembly Elections Committee passed Assemblymember Low’s proposal four to one.

Latimer Students Work with College Project to Bring Little Free Library to Community

Latimer’s Girls With Ideas lunchtime club has joined with a West Valley College student outreach project to bring a Little Free Library to Latimer. The Little Free Library is a project based on the international nonprofit organization inspiring free neighborhood book exchanges, therefore profoundly increasing access to books for readers of all ages and backgrounds.

Moreland Middle Student Wins National Music Award

Moreland Middle School 8th grade student Daiki Nakajima was selected as a 2017 DownBeat Student Music Awards (SMA) winner, a national competition open to junior high, high school, university and solo entries. Daiki has received the “Junior High School Outstanding Performance” for his Tenor Saxophone recording.

Nine Moreland Students Place in National Math Competition

Nine Moreland students placed at the MathCon National Finals held at the University of Illinois in Chicago, April 22, 2017. Among the top 1% of students chosen to advance from the Regional competition in March, only the top scores received an Honorable Mention or higher.
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