BONSALL – The Bonsall Union School District was honored in the 33rd Annual Golden Bell Awards program of the California School Boards Association at a special luncheon ceremony at the Westin Saint Francis Hotel in San Francisco on Dec. 1.
The prestigious award was won in the accountability/assessment category for the Integrated Learning Environment under the direction of Justin Cunningham, Ed.D., superintendent.
The Bonsall District’s Integrated Learning Environment (ILE) received this award for its impact on learning for all students in grades kindergarten through eighth. Students in Bonsall take computer adaptive tests whose data are linked to Web-based applications using games to personalize instruction for each student. A cloud environment allows continuous access to instruction, providing extended learning time and personalized homework.
The CSBA Golden Bell Awards program promotes excellence in education by recognizing outstanding programs in school districts and county offices of education throughout California.