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    All MDUSD Schools In Session 10/11/2019 -click here for more info- / Todas las Escuelas de Mt. Diablo están abiertas 10/11/2019 -haga clic aquí para más detalles-

    Mt. Diablo Unified School District

     

    October 11, 2019 - Update

     

    PG&E’s “Public Safety Power Shutoff” (PSPS)

     

    As of 5:30 pm, Thursday, October 10, 2019, the Mt. Diablo Unified School District received notification from PG&E that power would be restored to all phase 2 customers, including Pleasant Hill Elementary School. As of today, October 11, 2019 all Mt. Diablo USD schools are in session with no power outages.

     

    We will continue to monitor the PG&E website and seek clarification directly from PG&E regarding any future shut-downs or potential shut-downs.  We will continue to update this data as we receive additional information from PG&E on the “PG&E Potential Power Outages and Impacts to MDUSD” spreadsheet (link below).

     

    I would like to thank you all on behalf of the District for your patience and understanding during this time, and for working together to ensure the safety of our students. I am grateful we were able to continuing providing premier education despite the circumstances!

     

    Updated School Information: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1rsloIUxsFBZVi3QX_sqUjFo0WDshlSkVGxmlJuaAc_E/edit#gid=0

     

    Robert A. Martinez, Ed.D.

    Superintendent, Mt. Diablo Unified School District

     


     Distrito Escolar Unificado Mt. Diablo (MDUSD)

    11 de octubre de 2019 – Actualización

    "Apagado de Energía para la Seguridad Pública" (PSPS) de PG&E  

    A partir de las 5:30 p.m., jueves, 10 de octubre de 2019, el distrito escolar unificado Mt.Diablo Unified School District recibió una notificación de PG&E de que se restablecería la energía a todos los clientes de la fase 2, incluida la escuela primaria Pleasant Hill Elementary School. A partir de hoy, 11 de octubre de 2019, todos los colegios del distrito escolar Mt.Diablo Unified School District están en sesión sin cortes de energía.  

    Continuaremos monitoreando el sitio web de PG&E y buscaremos aclaraciones directamente de PG&E con respecto a cualquier apagado de energía futuro o apagado potencial. Continuaremos actualizando estos datos a medida que recibamos información adicional de PG&E en la hoja de cálculo "Interrupciones Potenciales de Energía de PG&E e Impactos al MDUSD" (enlace a continuación).  

    Me gustaría agradecerles a todos en nombre del Distrito por su paciencia y comprensión durante este tiempo, y por trabajar juntos para garantizar la seguridad de nuestros estudiantes. ¡Estoy agradecido de que pudimos continuar brindando educación superior a pesar de las circunstancias!  

     Información actualizada de la escuela:

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1rsloIUxsFBZVi3QX_sqUjFo0WDshlSkVGxmlJuaAc_E/edit#gid=0

     

    Robert A. Martínez, Ed.D.

    Superintendente, Distrito escolar Mt. Diablo Unified School District

    Attendance

    If your child will be absent, please call the main office at (925) 682-8000 Ext. 8025, or, preferrably, you can email us at strandattend@mdusd.org. Include your student's name, teacher, and reason for absence. Thank you!

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    Strandwood

    Welcome to Strandwood Elementary School! We are one of 30 elementary schools in the Mt. Diablo School District. We are part of the College Park Feeder Pattern. We are a school with a history of high performance, with an excellent teaching and support staff. We have an active and caring parent/guardian community. The best attribute is our fabulous student population!
    SchoolStrandwood has an enrollment of approximately 650 students every year, Transitional Kindergarten through 5th grade. We are fortunate to have a continuum of Special Day Classes, Kindergarten through 5th, for students with Moderate to Severe Disabilities. This school year, 2018-19, we will have one Transitional Kindergarten, four Kindergartens, four 1st grades, four 2nd grades, four 3rd grades, three 4th grades and three 5th grades.
    With the support of and funding from our PTA, we have an Art Docent, a Reading Intervention program for Kindergarten and 1st grades, a Science Assistant, Classroom Instructional Assistants for TK through 3rd grade classes and an Instructional Assistant for our Computer Lab. Our parents and PTA support and implement the FAME program and sponsor numerous after school enrichment programs for our students who are interested.
    I encourage you to visit our campus if you are new to the community. Parent volunteers are a valued part of our classrooms. You will find a campus buzzing with activity in a friendly and safe learning community. I know you will feel the energy involved in ensuring that "every minute counts for every student!"

     

    Strandwood Mission Statement

    "The Strandwood Community will inspire academic excellence, personal growth and responsibility while encouraging each individual to reach their full potential and discover the lasting joy of learning".

     

    2016 National Blue Ribbon School
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    Home of the Roadrunners

    Cheri Scripter,  Principal 

    (925) 685-3212 (phone)

    (925) 798-4582 (fax) 

    Office Hours: 7:30 am to 3:30 pm

    Map and Directions 

    Before and afterschool daycare provided by YMCA

    (925) 674-1662

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