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Bonsall Unified blasts off into a new school year

BONSALL – Bonsall Unified campuses launched the 2023-24 school year on Aug. 16 welcoming students to all six campuses, Bonsall High School, Sullivan Middle School, Bonsall Elementary, Bonsall West, Vivian Banks Charter School, Bonsall Virtual Academy.

Superintendent Clevenger was on hand at the Sullivan Middle School and Bonsall High School to greet students and their families, “It is always remarkable to feel the energy when students return after summer break. We are so excited to share many new and unique learning opportunities this year! In a word, it’s an exciting time at BUSD for our Bonsall families.”

Principals, members of the district office, and school board trustees joined educators at each campus for the first day of school. “It was just wonderful! And I was so honored to be there,” added Trustee Roger Merchat.

Some of the new programs in development at BUSD include the Bonsall Forward Initiative (delivering science, technology, engineering and mathematics education, internships, and scholarships) and the Arts for All program which provides performance and fine arts at all sites. Bonsall also has a new farm program where all TK-5th grade students will receive a hands-on learning experience.

“These programs are simply going to enhance the already stellar education BUSD provides to all students,” said Olivia Haro, English Language Development Coordinator. Bonsall Unified Multilingual Learners have once again scored far above the state average with 60.6% on target to reach English proficiency.

From parents walking their elementary students to their very first classroom to high schoolers picking up their schedules and reconnecting with life-long friends, BUSD’s academic year got off to a great start.

Submitted by Bonsall Unified School District.

 

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