PUSD’s Center for Independent Study, aka CIS Academy, has begun recognizing students who performed very well during the first month of the year by putting their names up on the CIS marquee at the former Wilson Middle School campus.
By Scott Phelps
Admirers can see these names on the southeast corner of Madre St. and Del Mar Blvd.
Natalie Moroyoqui, CIS’s Community Assistant, says “I think it’s difficult to do online studies, but these students have shown that they are capable of going above and beyond. We recognize them for their outstanding achievement, and what better way to do that than by putting their names up in lights! I think it’s important that these students know that we see their dedication and hard work, and that nothing goes unnoticed. Even though we don’t see them face to face, we see their hard work.”
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