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  1. Bridging Futures Through Innovation Rialto Unified School District
    Bridging Futures through Innovation”

    Rialto Unified School District is committed to providing comprehensive and relevant instruction that supports each student’s unique learning style

    InnovateEd began with five middle schools in 2017 and grew to include thirteen schools in 2018 and has now successfully expanded to 20 schools.

    Our program is inspired by Michael Fullan’s Coherence: The Right Drivers in Action for Schools, Districts and Systems.

    “The purpose of a coherent system of continuous creations is developing the collective capacity of educators at all levels of the school district to make the instructional changes required for raising the bar and closing the gap for all students. The approach for every level of the district is to create communities of learners through horizontal and vertical learning opportunities that promote systemic collaboration and inquiry-driven improvement cycles.”

    Our program had been constructed around four areas:
    1) Clarity of district goals and school priorities for student learning
    2) Culture of shared leadership and systemic collaboration
    3) Coherent instructional framework for developing collective expertise
    4) Cycles of evidence-based inquiry for continuous improvement.

  2. Havard-Westlake 25th Anniversary Highlight Film Extended
    An evening celebrating 25 years of the Harvard- Westlake community at the Harvard Westlake Middle School Campus. Cocktails and Hors d'oeuvres and a special presentation in the Saperestein Theater. Hosted by Julia Boorstin 96 and Bill Whitaker p'06 '08 featuring members of the Harvard Westlake Community. Dinner and dancing under the stars.

  3. Centner Academy Grand Opening Highlight Film
    What a Day! Centner Academy is officially OPEN!

    Today we celebrated the Grand Opening of Centner Academy. We hosted a full house at this incredible event, with special guest speaker, Dr. Tal Ben-Shahar.

    Dr. Tal gave a fascinating talk on the power of positive psychology and how happiness supports our children’s brain development, emotional well-being, and their capacity to learn. We are grateful to have Dr. Tal on the Centner Academy Board of Advisors.

    Our founder and CEO, Leila Centner, inspired us all with her vision for our new, innovative school. There were two magical, Chinese musical performances, one expertly sung by our very own Mandarin teacher Suping Chen! The other, a thrilling recital of the Chinese violin called an Erhu, brought to us by the Confucius Institute of Miami Dade College.

    We ended our amazing event with Leila and David Centner formally cutting the ribbon to officially open our doors. They were joined by representatives from the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, as all of the guests raised their glasses to an encouraging champagne toast lead by David Centner. Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce

    Centner Academy’s inaugural class commences on September 3, 2019. We are accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year. Please contact us at 786-378-8635 or visit our website to inquiry. #centneracademy #grandopening #miamipreschool

  4. South County Corridor Challenges and Opportunities - SJCOG
    The South County transportation system has challenges that are experienced by both businesses and commuters.

    The San Joaquin Council of Governments is leading efforts to address challenges to the transportation system in any economic climate. We are committed to solution-oriented strategies and cogent mix improvements.

    SJCOG recognizes that technology directly impacts those strategies. Autonomous vehicles allow for smarter management of mobility on freeways for cars and trucks. Technology which enhances communications has afforded employees the option to work from home instead of commuting to work. Ridesharing applications and services have transformed how people connect to others for a shared ride to work.

    Even with the dynamic nature of technology and the economy, a constant is the laser focus to ensure management of traffic which includes selected construction of roadways, safety and operational improvements along with convenient public transit options.

    The South Country Transportation Corridor is important to economic development in San Joaquin County and a vital commuter route for residents working in the Bay Area.

    As the numbers of commuters continue to grow, congestion increases. Workers living in Northern San Joaquin Valley continue to rely on cars to commute to work.

    Over 86,000 workers commute daily from San Joaquin County into the Bay Area, a 27 percent increase from 2013. This is an astounding figure when compared to the 7,000 commuters traveling daily in the opposite direction from the Bay Area to Northern San Joaquin Valley.

    The City of Stockton is the number one ranked city in California with the highest percentage of super commuters who drive at least 90 minutes to work each day.

    Since the end of the Great Recession in 2009, the growth number of jobs in the San Francisco Bay Area has outpaced the number of homes by almost 5 to1. This has resulted in major increases in Bay Area home prices and the exodus of workers and families from the Bay Area to Northern San Joaquin Valley.

    The median home values in Bay Area counties can be two to four times the median home value in San Joaquin County, which makes the region a more affordable choice for many families.

    Over 15,000 trucks travel daily at the I-205/580 junction between San Joaquin and Alameda Counties, accounting for 12 percent of the vehicular traffic.

    Transportation improvements need to be handled carefully so that the solutions do not compromise the county’s economic sustainability.

    Transportation is a crucial piece in the logistics of moving goods from warehouses to the end user. Logistics is a growing industry in San Joaquin County.

    Prologis Park in Tracy, California, at over 827,000 square feet, is a sustainably designed warehouse which offers direct access to Interstate 5, Interstate 205, Interstate 580 and Highway 99.

    Within six years of locating in San Joaquin County, Amazon became the County’s largest employer. Its multiple distribution centers in the cities of Tracy, Manteca and Stockton total 4.5 million square feet, generating over $4.5 billion in sales annually.

    S J Cog has studied this corridor to identify various short, mid and long-term improvements that are needed to improve safety, congestion and the mobility of travelers and goods along this corridor.

    It is recognized that the improvements needed exceed the amount of available funds; therefore S J Cog is collaborating with businesses and communities to prioritize needs along the corridor to make sound investment decisions.

    Examples of roadway projects underway are the I 205 Managed Lanes and the Route 99 and 120 Interchange Improvement.

    The Altamont Commuter Express, known as ACE, and the San Joaquin Regional Transit District transport residents to jobs and schools in the Bay Area. ACE has expansion plans for both north and south of San Joaquin County.

    The Valley Link project, currently in the planning phase, proposes a new rail service providing connectivity between the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District’s system and the Altamont Corridor Express commuter service in the Tri-Valley.

    Transit demand is adversely impacted during a downed economy as was experienced in the 2008 recession and in 2020 with COVID19.

    Reduced travel due to growing unemployment and employees working from home during this time resulted in buses and trains with decreased ridership by as much as 75 percent.

    SJCOG recognizes expanding public transit in the future will require strategies to reassure commuters and rebuild confidence in public transit in the post COVID19 world.

    S J Cog is committed to building a stronger transportation system that promotes the region’s quality of life emphasizing the safe and efficient movement of people and goods in and around the County.

    Whether in a vibrant economy or one in recovery, SJCOG tailors transportation solutions reflecting the travel reality for San Joaquin residents and businesses

  5. Westcliff University Commencement Ceremony 2020-2021 Promotional Video - Great Park Soccer Stadium
    Westcliff University Commencement Ceremony 2020-2021 at Orange County Great Park Soccer Stadium in Irvine, California
    Live Stream via Vimeo and YouTube

  6. Saige Jones Centennial High Girls Varsity Lacrosse Highlight Film 2022
    Saige Jones Centennial High Girls Varsity Lacrosse Highlight Film 2022