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All flyers from school and outside sources are available online or sent to your email. This saves our school and the district a lot of money in time and paper. Check back often.
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2014-15 School Year
The first day of school is Monday, August 18th. We have new school hours. Tuesday through Friday the hours are 8:15-2:33. Mondays, including the first day of school, the hours are 8:15-1:06.
Register for Summer Program Now!
Map to School
International Baccalaureate Program
Casita Center and Vista Academy are accepted as candidate schools for the Primary Years Programme. These schools are pursuing authorization as IB World Schools. These are schools that share a common philosophy--a commitment to high quality, challenging, international education that Casita Center and Vista Academy believe are important for our students. Click here to read the press release.
Video of Casita's STEM Program
Click on the video to see it in full. This will enlarge it to fill the monitor.
2014 Classified Employee of the Year!
Congratulations to Lisa Hoffman, our Library Media Tech, for being recognized as this year's Classified Employee of the Year.
Student Made Newspaper!!
Check out the new student made Casita Coutastic Newspaper! It will be posted on the Magnet Program webpage under Video Studio.
2013 CBEE Honor Roll School
Casita Center, Guajome Park Academy and Vista Magnet Middle School were recognized for raising student academic achievement by the California Business for Education Excellence (CBEE). For further information click here .
Casita & VMMS Recognized by California Business for Education Excellence
Casita Center & VMMS have received recognition for closing the achievement gap!! Click here to read the Press Release .
STEM magnet schools rock!
Safety Skills for Children
This link is from the San Diego County Sheriff's Department with information on safety skills for children. Please read this information and go over it with your children. A good question to ask yourself is, "Would your child know what to do in the event of an emergency?". Click here .