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Tutoring program offered for PUSD students


POWAY -- Members of the Poway Community Leadership Institute are developing a free tutoring program for Poway Unified School District students who need one-on-one assistance. The program will be open to students at all grade levels.
Tutoring will take place at the Poway branch of the San Diego County Library, 13137 Poway Road. Interested parents and potential volunteer tutors are invited to meet with the PCLI team to discuss the program. Members of the PCLI team, which includes Annette Gonzalez, senior management analyst for the city of Poway, and Nazem Agha, owner of Carpet Country Flooring in Poway, will be available from noon to 3 p.m. Oct. 26 and 28 in the Meeting Room at the Poway Library. Those who are unable to attend but would like to participate in the program can call Susan Davis at (858) 679-0410.

North San Diego County Community News Briefs: Many events rescheduled - North County Times - North San Diego and Southwest Riverside County News

District strikes energy deal - North County Times


By: SHAYNA CHABNER - Staff Writer
Solar panels to be added to roofs of four schools

SABRE SPRINGS -- In an effort to curb rising electric rates and promote green policy, the Poway Unified School District has agreed to open up space on the roofs of four schools to a private company looking to build solar panels on them.
On Monday, trustees signed off on an agreement with Honeywell Building Solution that allows the New Jersey-based company to install photovoltaic panels on the roofs of Chaparral Elementary, Oak Valley Middle, Poway High and Westview High schools. The district would purchase all of the energy produced by the panels for 20 years.

District strikes energy deal - North County Times > News > Education -- Poway presses on with schools


By Blanca Gonzalez


October 17, 2007

Poway Unified will open two elementary schools next year in the growing west side despite delays in the state approval process for one of them.

The two schools are set to open on one campus next fall after Del Sur Elementary is completed in August, said Superintendent Don Phillips. Willow Grove Elementary will also open on that campus because the new school in the southwestern area of the district won't be ready until at least December 2008, district officials said.

Poway Unified School District trustees heard the building update at Monday night's school board meeting.

Del Sur is expected to open with about 120 students, leaving plenty of room for Willow Grove students, Phillips said, as the school is being built to serve 800 students. The Del Sur community, west of Rancho Bernardo, is expected to grow as new housing is completed. > News > Education -- Poway presses on with schools