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July 27, 2016

On July 25 and 26, Vista Unified School District (VUSD) held their annual Leadership Advance at the CSU San Marcos campus. One-hundred fifteen of VUSD’s administrators, principals and leaders attended the two-day training that focused on continuous improvement toward VUSD’s mission to inspire all students to persevere as critical thinkers who collaborate to solve real world problems.

leadership advanceMatt Doyle, the VUSD Assistant Superintendent of Innovation, helped coordinate the breakout sessions with key community leaders and partners, helping connect education leaders to resources and partnerships inside and outside of the classroom. “The Leadership Advance is like our training camp to prepare our team to create the conditions for students to map their pathways to excellence,” said Doyle.

During the second day, SDWP’s VP of Programs Andy Hall and Vista Chamber of Commerce CEO Bret Schanzenbach led VUSD leaders through the “World of Work” breakout session. Andy and Bret shared data on the priority sectors in Vista, talked about specific Vista businesses in each of the priority sectors and brainstormed next steps to expand the partnership between SDWP, VUSD, the Vista Chamber of Commerce and priority sector businesses. 

“VUSD is doing such exciting things and have embraced the concept that the classroom of the future isn’t defined by its four walls,” said Hall. “We are excited to be part of this vision and look forward to expanding our partnership and connecting more of our research, programs and networks to support Vista students.”

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