Partners in Education Golf Classic
A Fun Day of Golf for All
The Partners in Education 13th Annual Golf Classic was held on Friday, April 30, 2021. The fun-filled day was a great success and the funds raised will be used to provide enhanced programs and activities in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) programs at K-12 schools in the district. A special thanks to the sponsors, auction item donors, players and the Golf Classic committee.

The Tournament Winners
First place winners: Gurdon Hornor, Bryan Bate, Jeff Koprivetz
Second place winners: Matt Clay, Mark Fernando, Scott Krichbaum, Neil McKenna
Third place winners: Chris Knight, Noah Knight, Chris Bangerter, Devin Jahries
Contest Winners:
Putting Contest: Ted Buchan
Long Drive Men #8: Jeff Koprivetz
Long Drive Women #16: Ashley Conte

Golf Classic Committee: Committee Chair, Dan Meyer, EDCO; Robert Gravina, Evolution Learning: Chad Whitehead, Ernst & Young LLP; Gloria Rogers, North Island Credit Union; Matt Loflen, Rancho Bernardo Inn; PUSD staff members Tiffany King, Lynn McConville, Olivia Schouten, Dolores Canizales and PUSD Foundation staff, Kelly Hamm.
CTE EXPO May 26 Online
Register Today!
Poway Unified School District is taking its Career Technical Education (CTE) Expo online! This annual showcase of culminating student projects will feature a variety of the CTE pathway programs across the District. One of the best parts of the Expo is hearing directly from students about their CTE experiences!

Please take a moment to register and feel free to share the registration link with anyone interested in seeing students' work. By registering today, you will have early access to preview sessions and learn about pathway offerings. If you've never attended the CTE Expo, watch this video created by PUSD students.

A special thanks to Mission Federal Credit Union for their generous donation to the CTE EXPO this year.
Rancho Bernardo Community Foundation
Awards Grant for Distance Learning
The Rancho Bernardo Community Foundation recently awarded a COVID-19 Recovery Grant to Poway Unified School District Foundation in the amount of $5,000. The funds will provide distance learning resources for the most vulnerable and underserved students in Rancho Bernardo.
While last year the district was able to distribute Chromebooks to students, the PUSD Foundation continues to raise funds for one-to-one devices, software, and hotspots since many students have elected to choose learning options that include remote and distance learning for the remainder of this term and next school year. Having the funds to provide students with distance learning devices and internet connectivity will ensure that all students have equitable access to the tools and resources they need to learn virtually. To learn more about how you can donate to the Poway Unified School District Foundation, visit our website.
Partners in Education Resources Page
The Poway Unified School District Foundation website provides information about programs, tuition discounts, and other offers available to PUSD staff and students.

One example is the partnership with National University, which provides a 25% tuition reduction to district employees looking to expand their knowledge and skills for professional and personal growth. To learn more about these opportunities, click on the button below.
Partners in Education
For more information about Partners in Education or any of our programs, contact Dolores Canizales Partners in Education Manager at