- Are you curious about everything MBHS has to offer? Attend a school tour 8 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 8, to meet principal Ernie Remillard, learn about the academic and athletic programs, and tour the campus.
- The International Baccalaureate program at Sessions recognizes students for their "worldly" attitudes and characteristics. This month, 11 students were recognized for their positive actions.
Jonas Mendez was recognized for being a "Communicator," Jamison Priest, London Belcastro, Annesia Encinias and Zachary Dyck for "Caring," and the team of Gianna Arevalo-Salazar, Madeleine Matlage, Summer Misarti-Bermoy, Olivia Sisler, Brianna Towry, and Rose Murphy were "Committed" to making the school campus clean.
- The Great Kindness Challenge will take place Jan. 22-26. This will be another opportunity for our students to practice kind acts and to reflect on their impact on others. They will be given a checklist with different "acts of kindness" ideas such as: Entertain a friend with a happy dance, smile at 25 people, learn how to say "hello" in another language and make a wish for a child in another country. You may spot Sessions students around the community demonstrating just how kind they are.
- Thanks to the community for supporting the school through the auction coming up on Friday, April 20. Email at email@example.com if you would like to donate or sponsor.
- Barnard Mandarin Magnet Elementary School students are instructed for 50-80 percent of their day in Mandarin, including in-depth instruction in the ancient Chinese arts. In partnership with the Confucius Institute at San Diego State University, students are taught tai chi, abacus, calligraphy, tea ceremony, national dances, poetry, and more by visiting Chinese and Taiwanese teachers. This not only gives the students a better perspective on the culture from which the language derives, but it also gives them an opportunity to use the language in settings that are not just purely academic.
Mission Bay Cluster
- The fifth annual Schoolyard Dash 5K and Fun Run will take place 8:30 a.m. on Jan. 28. Enjoy a great morning at De Anza Cove with friends, schoolmates, and community members, while supporting Pacific Beach secondary schools. Form a team or sign up individually at schoolyarddash.org.
Run or walk along scenic Mission Bay and enjoy local music, delicious food, and vendor booths. Form a team or sign up individually at www.schoolyarddash.org.
- Mission Bay Cluster meeting, Thursday, Feb. 1, 6 to 7 p.m., at Crown Point Junior Music Academy. Join in the conversation and find out what's happening in Pacific Beach schools and the San Diego Unified School District.