“It’s almost disturbing to see this level of incompetence from the school board,” said San Diego Councilman David Alvarez, whose district includes San Ysidro.
Taxpayers in the San Ysidro School District paid Superintendent Julio Fonseca, who resigned last month, at least $1 million in total compensation for 26 months of work in one of San Diego County’s poorest school districts. inewsource is the first to detail Fonseca’s compensation from his time in San Ysidro, including two little-known perks for […]
Malware infected computers at San Ysidro School District this month, deleting emails and forcing the district to temporarily shut down part of its systems.
Newsletter for May 27, 2016.
A scathing but flawed report adds credence to long-standing complaints of financial mismanagement at the San Ysidro School District.
Newsletter for May 3, 2016.
San Ysidro has the highest percentage of homeless students in San Diego County, and officials and families are struggling to cope.
Newsletter for Sept. 2, 2015.
The San Ysidro School District recently emerged from almost two years of near-bankruptcy. Some board members still question how that happened and what was going on with the district’s finances.
The San Ysidro School District, which had been on the verge of a state takeover, has turned around its credit rating from near junk status a year ago to “A” ratings from two major rating agencies. The change could mean tens of millions of dollars in savings for district taxpayers.