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Hops in the Hills 2019

Enjoy an afternoon in San Elijo Hills located in San Marcos, CA tasting local craft beers!! Featuring a wine bar too!! Food and Music!!

We are so happy to share with our past attendees and sponsors the confirmed breweries that are coming to HITH 2019!!!

With more to come…the list is LEGIT!! Get your tickets NOW!!

Alesmith Brewing Company
Alpine Beer Company
Artifex Brewing Company
Barley Forge Brewing Company
BattleMage Brewing Company
Belching Beaver Brewery
BNS Brewing & Distilling Company
Booze Brothers Brewing Company
Burgeon Beer Company
Dos Desperados Brewery
Double Peak Brewing Company
DuckFoot Brewing Company
Ebullition Brewing
Green Flash Brewing
Harland Brewing
Humble Farmer Brewing
Iron Fist Brewing
Lost Abbey Brewing
Mason Ale Works
Mother Earth Brew Company
Papa Marce’s Cerveceria
Pizza Port Brewing
Resident Brewing
Riboli Family Wine (wine)
Rip Current Brewing
Stumblefoot Brewing
Twin Oaks Valley Winery (wine)
Wild Barrel Brewing
North Coast Brewing
Latitude 33 Brewing Company
And….some local SEH Home Brewers!!!!

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We hope you can make it!

Cheers,

HITH CREW 2019

Date And Time

Sat, June 8, 2019, 2:00 PM PDT

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Location

San Elijo Park Hilltop Field

1496 Schoolhouse Way

San Marcos, CA 92078

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All proceeds go to San Elijo Elementary PTO, Double Peak K-8 PTO, and San Elijo Middle School PTO

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OLD-FASHIONED FAMILY FUN IN SAN MARCOSAT SAN ELIJO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL’S ANNUAL COUNTRY FAIR

OLD-FASHIONED FAMILY FUN IN SAN MARCOS

AT SAN ELIJO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL’S ANNUAL COUNTRY FAIR

Round up your friends for two days of rides, games, and fun! San Elijo Elementary School (SEES) is excited to bring this family friendly event to the community on Friday, May 3rd from 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM and Saturday, May 4th from 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

Activities include: Carnival thrill rides, petting zoo, pony rides, carnival games, arts and crafts, live auction, entertainment, food carts, and more. Admission is free. Attraction tickets can be purchased online at www.seesfair.com.

Proceeds from the fair go to SEES PTO. SEES PTO is a 501(c)3 non-profit established to further enrich the education of students at San Elijo Elementary School. Donations support, art, science, & drama lessons, and other educational opportunities. San Elijo Elementary School is located at: 1615 Schoolhouse Way, San Marcos, CA 92078.

If you would like more info about this event, contact Malia Goss, Vice President of Country Fair at seescountryfairpto@gmail.com. 

San Marcos school board passes $227 million budget, avoids shortfalls – The San Diego Union-Tribune

San Marcos school board passes $227 million budget, avoids shortfalls

 

 

The San Marcos Unified School District board tentatively passed a $227 million budget Tuesday, narrowly avoiding anticipated deficits for the 2018-19 school year.The school district, which serves about 20,000 students in North County, originally expected to run a deficit of more than $17 million for the coming school year. However, increases in state education funding helped stave off that shortfall. The district made spending cuts in recent months, and drew on other funds to close the remaining gap between revenue and expenses.The budget approved Tuesday projects that San Marcos schools will spend about $227.3 million in the 2018-19 school year, and bring in revenues of $220.5 million. The balance of about $6.8 million comes from district reserves, and from one-time state funds, said Assistant Superintendent for Business Services Mark Schiel. That will leave the district with a balanced budget, but with little left over.“We will have our required 3 percent minimum reserve, but there will be nothing above and beyond that” at the end of next school year, Schiel said.California state law requires districts to maintain reserves of at least 3 percent, Schiel said, but the average reserve for Unified School Districts is about 17 percent. If a school district falls too far below the requirements for maintaining balanced budgets and adequate reserves, the County Office of Education may step in to offer support, and intervene directly in spending decisions and labor agreements, according to the state Legislative Analyst’s Office.

READ MORE VIA Source: San Marcos school board passes $227 million budget, avoids shortfalls – The San Diego Union-Tribune

2018 San Elijo Elementary Country Fair is this Friday and Saturday

San Elijo Elementary Country Fair will be Friday 5pm to 8pm. Fair Rides and Games. Snack Shack food and bake sale items.

Saturday 11am to 5pm. County Fair Style Rides, Games, Petting Zoo, Pony Rides, Silent Auction, Variety of Food Vendors and more.

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES STILL AVAILABLE!
Seesptopresident@gmail.com

 

City of San Marcos-School District Joint Meeting on School Development

City-School District Joint Meeting on School Development

A comprehensive update on Task Force progress will be shared during a joint public meeting between the San Marcos City Council and the San Marcos School Board on Thursday, March 29 at 6 pm at the San Marcos Community Center, 3 Civic Center Drive.

Last July, the City of San Marcos and the San Marcos Unified School District established the Joint Task Force on School Development (Task Force) to formally partner in planning for the future of San Marcos schools.

With a decade’s long history of supporting one another, the city and district serve the community of San Marcos together and their destinies are intertwined.

While growth presents challenges, it also brings energy to the community and strengthens the local economy.  Growth has been instrumental in supporting a robust School District and is a key component in providing funds to build future schools.

The recently established Task Force is focused on sharing information with their respective elected bodies and the public, identifying possible locations for school sites, and planning for the future.

Already, the Task Force has taken numerous steps to understand school needs and growth trends, and to come up with solutions for the current challenges:

  • Data Sharing & Growth Projections: While the district regularly collects data regarding growth trends, the Task Force has further examined information on the City General Plan – a 20+ year long term planning document –and data regarding actual build out.By analyzing current and anticipated residential growth, the School District is better able to determine its needs to increase capacity at school sites and to locate and purchase land for new school sites.
  • Exploring Options for Schools: The Task Force continues to review options for addressing increasing student enrollment across the city.Options include ways to optimize existing schools to handle current and projected demand, and ways to increase resources for school infrastructure.
  • School Site Search: A focus of the Task Force has been to identify possible sites for new schools.The district is in the initial phases of exploring several potential sites.

For more information, please contact Communications Officer Sarah Macdonald at (760) 744-1050, ext. 3174 or smacdonald@san-marcos.net

To learn more about the City of San Marcos, visit www.san-marcos.net. For more information about the San Marcos Unified School District, visitwww.smusd.org.

SMUSD Governing Board approved Scenario 6 of the Attendance Boundary Changes

Click Here to See Elementary, Middle and High School Boundary Maps for Scenario 6

A message from SAN MARCOS UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

Good Afternoon,

At Tuesday evening’s Board Meeting, the Governing Board voted to select the boundary adjustments recommended by the Attendance Boundary Committee in Scenario 6.

In addition, the Governing Board approved an implementation plan beginning with the 2018-19 school year.  This plan provides various grandfathering provisions to current students in effected study areas at the elementary, middle and high schools.

Over the next several weeks, staff will be working to take the direction received from the Governing Board and implement it for 2018-19.  The grandfathering provisions will be clearly explained. In addition, we are preparing attendance boundary maps that reflect the changes and can be more easily read by our community.  Information will be posted on the District website and individuals impacted will be personally notified via US mail and/or email.  We appreciate your patience as we work through the details of this change.

Sincerely,

Melissa Hunt, Superintendent

Hops in the Hills by San Elijo Elementary and Double Peak K-8 PTO

A craft beer festival in San Elijo Hills in San Marcos, Ca. With over 25 breweries and featuring a wine bar. 21 yrs olds and over event. Click here for tickets

DATE AND TIME

Sat, March 10, 2018

3:00 PM – 6:00 PM PST

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LOCATION

San Elijo Hills

1105 ELFIN FOREST ROAD

HILLTOP FIELD

San Marcos, CA 92078

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About this Event

Join us for the 2nd year event Hops in the Hills to enjoy an afternoon of craft beers!! We will have local restaurants, Shanes Pizza and Pints and Players Sports Bar providing food (extra cost) to our attendees! Music from DJ Stikeout!! This year are pleased to announce a wine bar, featuring a variety of wines, this will be include in the price of admission.

Join us, support the local schools!! 100% of proceeds go the the schools!!

Don’t drink and drive, please consider walking if a resident of San Elijo Hills, or have a desinated driver (DD tickets $20). Grab a Lyft or Uber, be smart!!

This is a 21 years and older event. All Parties must show a valid ID for entrance. Sorry no refunds will be made. Absolutely no children or dogs allowed. Last call @ 6pm.

Tickers:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hops-in-the-hills-tickets-42654608081

Sponsorship inquiries: tinaheap2015@gmail.com

Brewery inquiries: info@hopsinthehills.net

City and school district partner in planning for the future (Press Release from City of San Marcos)

 Last July, the City of San Marcos and the San Marcos Unified School District established the Joint Task Force on School Development (Task Force) to formally partner in planning for the future of San Marcos schools.

With a decade’s long history of supporting one another, the city and district serve the community of San Marcos together and their destinies are intertwined.

While growth presents challenges, it also brings energy to the community and strengthens the local economy.  Growth has been instrumental in supporting a robust School District and is a key component in providing funds to build future schools.

The recently established Task Force is focused on sharing information with their respective elected bodies and the public, identifying possible locations for school sites, and planning for the future.

Already, the Task Force has taken numerous steps to understand school needs and growth trends, and to come up with solutions for the current challenges:

  • Data Sharing & Growth Projections: While the district regularly collects data regarding growth trends, the Task Force has further examined information on the City General Plan – a 20+ year long term planning document –and data regarding actual build out.By analyzing current and anticipated residential growth, the School District is better able to determine its needs to increase capacity at school sites and to locate and purchase land for new school sites.
  • Exploring Options for Schools: The Task Force continues to review options for addressing increasing student enrollment across the city.Options include ways to optimize existing schools to handle current and projected demand, and ways to increase resources for school infrastructure.
  • School Site Search: A focus of the Task Force has been to identify possible sites for new schools.The district is in the initial phases of exploring several potential sites.

A comprehensive update on Task Force progress will be shared during a joint public meeting between the San Marcos City Council and the San Marcos School Board on Thursday, March 29 at 6 pm at the San Marcos Community Center, 3 Civic Center Drive.

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