Proud of improvements at Superior Schools

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Two weeks ago we read a very negative letter regarding our Superior School District. We wanted to share publicly the improvements we have seen at the school in the past year. It is important that we include in this letter that we had taken our grandson out of SUSD when he was in 8th grade because we were not happy with the disciplinary actions or educational opportunities in Superior. After two full years at Ray Unified School district, I am glad we brought our Grandson back to SUSD.

Upon returning to the district for the 2013-14 school year, we were met with a caring staff that worked to help us with credit recovery programs to get my grandson on track to graduate. His teachers, counselor and principals have been professional, helpful and caring, this was not the case when we pulled him out in 8th grade. I fully believe that these improvements have been made because the school board has asked for more professionalism at the school and the new superintendent has set the bar higher for our teachers, staff and students.

The changes made over the past two years are comforting as a grandparent, we are not worried about our child’s safety at school and we are pleased with how the teachers are helping him to learn in a positive environment.

Superior as a community has always put our kids first, not personal agendas. These kids are our future, we need to support our staff, teachers and students.

Respectfully Submitted,

/s/ Albo & Della Guzman

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