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School Update

School Update

Dear Warner Parent/Guardian: There are many questions circulating after remarks by Governor Gavin Newsom and State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond about if and when California......

School Closed till April 13th

School Closed till April 13th

Dear Warner Parents and Guardians, As a precaution and with consultation with local public health agencies, Warner Unified will continue to keep school closed and cancelling all events and sports......

School Closure Mar 16 to 27

School Closure Mar 16 to 27

Dear Parent/Guardian: Out of an abundance of caution, and in consultation with local public health, Warner Unified has ordered all schools to close in order to curb the potential transmission of......

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Kelcy Sutton

about 16 hours ago |

Cant wait to see your faces on Zoom! view image

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David MacLeod

about 21 hours ago |

Friday's Food distribution had some extra help. We had some volunteers from San Diego County Office of Education bring up extra food and help out. We worked with our neighboring school District of Spencer Valley to find some extra food. We had a donation from the San Diego Food bank thanks to the Patrice from the Warner Resource Center. I also want to shout out to my wonderful team of Rhonda, Shannon, Julie, Carla, and Blanca for making this happen. This all goes to helping families out, thank you eveyone. view image

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Kelcy Sutton

3 days ago |

We miss you Wildcats! We are here for you and we can't wait to see you. view image

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Tina Mancino

3 days ago |

A student using the whiteboard on zoom a video conferencing application during a distance learning activity. view image

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David MacLeod

5 days ago |

This is a message from SDG&E. Please share out. We want to remind you of SDG&E’s direct assistance programs that can help people experiencing financial hardships due to COVID-19.  Many may qualify for SDG&E assistance programs and bill discount programs.  Those programs are available at https://www.sdge.com/residential/pay-bill/get-payment-bill-assistance/assistance-programs and include the following:   California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE): Provides a 30% or more discount on monthly bills for customers with qualifying current household income or customers who are participating in certain public assistance programs.  Family Electric Rate Assistance (FERA): If a customer doesn’t qualify for CARE, they may qualify for FERA, which provides income-qualified households of three or more with a reduced electric rate (12%) on their monthly bill. Medical Baseline Allowance: Customers who have a qualifying medical need or necessarily use a medical device (i.e. for a compromised immune system, life-threatening illness, or any condition where additional heating and air conditioning or a qualifying device is medically necessary to sustain a person’s life) are eligible for a significant discount on their energy bill.  Household income is not a factor for qualifying, but a doctor’s certification on the application is required.

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