Pomona’s young people will soon have a formal voice in their city government. The City Council unanimously agreed Monday, Nov. 18, to move forward with reestablishing a youth commission after it was dissolved 18 years ago.
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The PUSD Librarians will be promoting and teaching the following material across the 4 comprehensive high schools on display in each library, their library Google Classrooms and social medias.
At the end of the quarter assembly, SEEO students participated in a donut challenge for a chance to win prizes! Winners got bicycles and a certificate of achievement!
The grand reopening was on Wednesday, October 23, included a ribbon-cutting ceremony and student performances!
#savethedate for #LEAP upcoming #events! We have much in store for the community. @cityofpomona @pomonaunified join us for these special events! #SponsorshipOpportunitiesAvailable
While most of us were still sleeping, SEEO seniors woke up early in the morning to celebrate the start of their final year of high school. #proud2bepusd #SEEO #Pomona
The team has 2 wins/2 losses, make sure you cheer them on! #proud2bepusd
The dull gray concrete sidewalks and plaza tiles are transformed into colorful, pastel pathways. Pomona’s elementary, middle, and high school students, as well as families and professional artists, will join together to create temporary chalk masterpieces. #proud2bepusd #chalkartfestival
Pomona Unified provides NO COST breakfast daily.
The Edison Scholars Program recognizes students who want to be makers of tomorrow — the dreamers, inventors, guardians and pioneers — those who dare to be great. Read More at: https://proudtobe.pusd.org/scholarships/
AT A GLANCE
- 26 Advanced Placement Subjects Offered
- 11 Middle School Honors Subjects offered
- 30 High School Honors Subjects offered
- 887 PUSD Teachers with Advanced Degrees
- 1619 Certificated Staff
- 154 Administrative Certificated staff
- 567 Dual Immersion Students(Mandarin and Spanish)
- 23,741 Total students
- 87.6% Graduation Rate