The WCCUSD Summer Food Service Program starts on Monday, June 11 and runs through Thursday, August 16th, 2018 to ensure that low-income children continue to grow and learn during the summer. Click the headline for meal locations and menus.
Students from 19 elementary, middle and high school students in the West Contra Costa Unified School District submitted haikus and short poems, and 50 winners were selected for submitting writing around the theme of change. More than 400 poems were submitted on the topic.
Pinole Valley High School's and Stewart's Eric Radkiewicz, Mira Vista's Joanne Chen, De Anza's Elizabeth Sanders, Verde's Rachel Ricker, and Montalvin's Jessie Welcomer were honored by the
Mira Vista Principal Gabriel Chilcott and his the rest of the staff and students used giant inflatable volleyballs, fruits and vegetable themed games, dancing including disco, cooking workshops, and plenty of fruits and vegetables to kick off the West Contra Costa Unified School District’s 24th annual Nutrition, Health and Fitness Festival on Thursday, April 20.