Cypress School District

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Strong Workforce Program K12 Pathway Improvement Grant The Board approved the district’s participation in the second round of the state’s Strong Workforce Program K12 Pathway Improvement Grant program. The first round focused on learning opportunities leading to career paths for students. Under the second round, which focuses on automation and …continue reading

featured graphic for Cypress School Disstrict during COVID-19

On Thursday, July 16, 2020, the Board of Trustees approved a reopening plan for the Cypress School District for the 2020/21 school year. On Friday, July 17, 2020, the Governor announced that schools located in a county on the state’s COVID-19 monitoring list may not reopen until 14 days after …continue reading

Top Ten Stories for April 26 through May 2 included good and bad news from Anaheim, an arrest by the CHP, and freedom rallies from sea to shining sea. Top Ten Stories for April 26 through May 2 the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding …continue reading

While our campuses have been physically closed to students since March 16, “school” continues in the Cypress School District. During these unprecedented times, everyone has proven themselves to be lifelong learners! This edition of our e-Newsletter provides our community with an inside view of what school looks like in the …continue reading

Cypress School District posted a letter from Superintendent Anne Silavs (pdf) regarding the District’s response to COVID-19: March 13, 202 Dear Cypress School District Community: Public health and safety are of the highest importance. At an emergency meeting of the Board of Trustees this afternoon, the Board adopted Resolution 190-16, …continue reading

The Cypress School District is proud to announce that Clara J. King, Margaret Landell, and Steve Luthor Elementary Schools have been named 2020 California Distinguished Schools by the California Department of Education. State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond announced that 323 elementary schools across the state that have been …continue reading

The office building t 5816 Corporate Avenue in Cypress that is now in escrow to be purchased by Cypress School District. Photo by C.E.H. Wiedel.

On September 10, 2019, the Cypress School District Board of Trustees approved the purchase of a commercial office building located at 5816 Corporate Avenue in Cypress which will serve as the new administrative headquarters for the Cypress School District. “We are excited by the prospect of securing a central office …continue reading

Following a rigorous selection process, the Cypress School District is pleased to welcome Mrs. Vanessa DeSantis as the new principal at A.E. Arnold Elementary School! Mrs. DeSantis is a native of Northern California and began her elementary teaching career in her home school district of Elk Grove Unified. In 2010, …continue reading

The Cypress School District is pleased to announce that Juliet Morris Elementary School is the winner of a $20,000 award from the state’s ScholarShare 529 Scholar Dollars grant program. Funds will be used to support campus beautification, including school murals, student benches, playground equipment, and additional landscaping. “The secret to …continue reading

Melinda Steele has been selected as a 2019 Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic Grosvenor Teacher Fellow in recognition of her commitment to geographic education. She is one of 45 highly respected educators from the United States and Canada who will embark on various global expeditions around the world to enhance …continue reading