More than 300 elementary, intermediate, and high school students from Garden Grove Unified School District (GGUSD) participated in the district’s fifth annual Latinos Unidos (LU) Leadership Conference.
Santiago High School students Mauricio Rey and Antonio Leana took home first place in the Orange County Auto Dealers Association (OCADA) High School Automotive Competition held at Kia Motors of American in Irvine on February 10th.
Bolsa Grande High School freshmen are taking on a six-week law school experience through a unique partnership between the high school and the Saturday Academy of Law (SAL) program at the University of California, Irvine (UCI).
This week, Bell Intermediate School was named to the 2017-2018 ‘Schools to Watch – Taking Center Stage’ program, the California Department of Education’s (CDE) top honor for high-performing middle schools
Austin Hedges, catcher of Major League Baseball’s San Diego Padres surprised the baseball program at Bolsa Grande High School with a generous donation of Under Armour baseball equipment valued at six thousand dollars.
GGUSD seventh through twelfth grade students and their parents are invited to the district’s 2018 Career Fair on Monday, January 22, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Rancho Alamitos High School gymnasiums.
GGUSD launched a social media campaign this week to showcase the district’s many homegrown employees. Those who are homegrown are employees who attended schools in the district as students before returning to become district employees.
More than 100 people attended a Memorial Dedication Ceremony hosted by GGUSD this week to name the district’s Family Resource Center after former Doig Intermediate School teacher Lloyd M. Stone on the third anniversary of his passing.
Thousands of GGUSD students from every grade level took to their devices last week to learn critical computer programming skills by participating in the “Hour of Code™,” a global initiative held during Computer Science Education Week, December 4-10.
Every Friday morning, students from GGUSD's Special Education Center at Mark Twain gain a rewarding high school experience when they visit Santiago High School for a unique cross-school collaboration opportunity called Peer 2 Peer.