With input from students, Paul Oropallo, acting assistant superintendent of human resources with the San Juan Unified School District, writes down helpful ideas which fall under the teacher investment and support heading during a “listening circle” program at Mesa Verde High School last  Wednesday in Citrus Heights. The students are part of this year’s “listening circle” program in the San Juan Unified School District, in which students give their thoughts about how to make the educational experience more meaningful for classmates, more effective for learning and more helpful for entering careers after high school.
With input from students, Paul Oropallo, acting assistant superintendent of human resources with the San Juan Unified School District, writes down helpful ideas which fall under the teacher investment and support heading during a “listening circle” program at Mesa Verde High School last Wednesday in Citrus Heights. The students are part of this year’s “listening circle” program in the San Juan Unified School District, in which students give their thoughts about how to make the educational experience more meaningful for classmates, more effective for learning and more helpful for entering careers after high school. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
With input from students, Paul Oropallo, acting assistant superintendent of human resources with the San Juan Unified School District, writes down helpful ideas which fall under the teacher investment and support heading during a “listening circle” program at Mesa Verde High School last Wednesday in Citrus Heights. The students are part of this year’s “listening circle” program in the San Juan Unified School District, in which students give their thoughts about how to make the educational experience more meaningful for classmates, more effective for learning and more helpful for entering careers after high school. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

Students talk and adults listen in new San Juan Unified program

March 31, 2015 05:30 PM

UPDATED March 31, 2015 09:45 PM

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