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Message From the Superintendent
To All Members of the Yuba City Unified School District Community,
We are well on our way into a new school year, and I am delighted to share that the first month of school has been full of excitement and positive energy. On August 9th, we welcomed over 11,000 students in grades TK-12 to the 2023-24 school year. Our dedicated team of education professionals and support staff were ready to dive in to get to know their students and help them feel comfortable with their new classes so that we can make the most of their learning opportunities.
What Did You Do on Your Summer Vacation?
While I certainly hope that everyone found some time during the summer months to relax and enjoy family and friends, I can assure you that our District Maintenance and Operations teams were busy at work in our schools.
We are proud to continue rolling out flexible learning spaces and classroom equipment. For those unfamiliar with flexible learning equipment, they are units such as desks, tables, and chairs that are easy to move around so that a teacher can configure a class to accommodate the lesson. For example, desks and chairs can be moved to allow working in small groups to collaborate and problem-solve. If they are working in larger groups, this can easily be accommodated, and if the students are taking a quiz and require more privacy, they can be put into the more traditional rows.
Helping our students learn to create and collaborate to solve problems is vitally important. Communication, group work, and collaboration are essential skills for success in college and careers. Our flexible learning spaces help nurture these critical skills.
We have initiated the flexible learning spaces in 290 classrooms and have plans to roll out this furniture district-wide. Please join me in thanking our Board of Education for this important investment and thanking our Maintenance and Operations teams for their incredible efforts over the summer to help us get this furniture into classrooms.
Helping Students Engage in School
Parents and caregivers, we hope that you had an opportunity to attend Back-to-School Night at your student’s school. When visiting with the staff and teachers, we hope that you were able to gather information on the many exciting activities that are offered at your student’s school, including extra-curricular sports and after-school clubs and activities. When students find ways to connect with peers and school beyond the classroom, we enhance their learning potential.
We are off to a great start, and we hope to make it a wonderful school year for all our students. Thank you to our teachers for your tireless efforts; thank you to our administrators and support staff for helping us keep the focus on our student’s needs; thank you to families for your support; and thank you to the students for making our work so meaningful.