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Today: 7/26/14

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San Pedro School is dedicated to educating each child in a safe, enriching environment that respects individual and cultural differences while helping students achieve mastery of California grade-level standards.

 

San Pedro News

Deputy Superintendent Rebecca Rosales to Lead Human Resources
Superintendent of Schools Dr. Michael Watenpaugh announced that Deputy Superintendent Rebecca Rosales would take responsibility for the district’s Human Resources Division, effective immediately. This past March, former Executive Director fo... Continue
Posted by: Dr. Michael Watenpaugh
Published: 7/22/14

Common Core State Standards for Parents

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PRINCIPAL

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Kathryn Gibney is one of our veteran Principals, as she is currently in her 11th year as the leader of San Pedro Elementary School. Prior to coming to SP, Kathryn served in a multitude of roles ...more

 

Promoting Early School Success at San Pedro, PESSA:



A Pre-K to 3rd Grade Initiative funded by The Marin Community Foundation (MCF). This 5 year countywide collaborative effort is designed to close the achievement gap by focusing on early literacy, a precursor to academic success in our schools.

 

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