The graduations, promotions, and end of the year programs for the 2017-18 school year are now history. These events at each of our 13 schools were uplifting, highly successful, and very well organized. However, they do not tell the whole story. All of the programs, while significant and integral to the life of our schools, are in many ways a symbol of the tremendous work that was accomplished by students and staff.
It is the day-to-day, focused work on each campus and in every classroom that brings about the success we continue to witness in the academics, arts, athletics, and activities. It is the deep commitment from our Bonita Unified School District staff members, along with supportive parents, that sets the stage for the tremendous student success that was consistently demonstrated throughout the school year.
It is with a great deal of appreciation that I acknowledge each of the many adults that went above and beyond in service to our BUSD students. To each of these I give sincere thanks, and to each of our students I send congratulations on an exemplary 2017-2018 school year.
July’s Schools in the Spotlight includes Graduation Reports from our three high schools.
Carl J. Coles