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Coronado schools welcome voice of students on district matters

The Coronado Unified School District’s leadership will work alongside a student committee to get input and advice from middle and high school students. Superintendent Karl Mueller on Sept. 14 announced a commitment to continue finding creative ways to listen to students with the first Student Advisory Council (SAC). While students from seventh to 12th-grade are […]

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Coronado Schools awarded College and Career Access Pathways Grant

Coronado Unified School District was awarded a $100,000 College and Career AccessPathways Grant from the California Department of Education, the district announced on Aug. 29. The grant funding will be used to expand opportunities by increasing the number of students with access to dual enrollment and to strengthen pupil advising and support services. The dual […]

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Coronado girls volleyball loaded with 11 returners

Expectations are high for the Coronado High School volleyball team with 11 returning players that include seven seniors, said Coach Adeile Ahmu. That group includes middle blockers Emily Wygal, Ruby Deckman, Riley Coker, Raine Wilson, defensive specialist  Emily Fernandez, and outside hitters  Lindsey Balsley and  Sydney Jones. Ahmu said she’s excited to have seven seniors for the […]

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Breaking barriers and building campfires

The Boy Scouts of America for more than 100 years created an outlet through which young men could grow and mature into honorable, responsible, and self-sufficient adults.  But five years ago that all changed.  The BSA opened their Cub Scouts and Scouts BSA to young women, and they’ve never looked back. Coronado’s first all-girls troop […]