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#CSDFootball for life! At annual Playmaker Camp in Sacramento! Met DT Phillips from Buffalo Bills and  S Richards from Oakland Raiders. Thanks to Turner Family for donate the snacks and beverages for our players! Bless this football family! Go Eagles! 🦅🏈
Fare thee well, Eugene LaCosse! All of our retirees are special and worthy of recognition and celebration. Eugene LaCosse is in a category all his own, however. He is the last of the CSD Berkeley employees to retire and his 44 years of service may just be a school record. Not only that, his dedication and heart for the students is amazing and inspiring. It is fitting that he got a series of send-offs and we’re all rooting for him in this next phase of his life! We know he’s going to come back and we will see him again. 🧡🖤
The first four pictures are from a student-led assembly. His family was invited, as well as the man who hired him, Dr. Henry Klopping. He was given a hat, a sash, and a shirt saying “School Is Out Forever.” The class leading the assembly also made a book, which touched him very deeply. The fifth picture is of his speech at the middle school promotion ceremony, where he urged students to follow their dreams because “Why not???,” as he said. The next two pictures are of the middle school faculty and staff send-off. There were many different activities, including a piñata filled with different treats and a scrapbook from the whole department. He shared many precious stories with us during this time. The next two pictures are from the retirement party hosted by his family, where we were treated to many stories and insights into Eugene. The picture with the new hires in 1975 shows Eugene with a heart because his heart is so big and generous. We were told about how Eugene would spend hours at home hunting for the perfect quote for the elementary daily newsletter. The last picture is a shark on vacation, which was found at one of his send-offs and the location contains fond memories for many of us, Eugene’s send-off being one of them now. 🖤🧡
We will miss you so much, Eugene. Your retirement is well-deserved and we are thrilled for you, all the while realizing that CSD will not be the same without you. Thank you so much for everything you did for us and our students! #csdms #csdms20182019 #csdms2019
The third part of Middle School Sports Awards Night 
MS Track and Field

Most Dedicated Fielder- Jasha Brock

Most Outstanding Fielder- Devan Vierra

Most Dedicated Runner- Shaila Sams

Most Outstanding Runner- Sevan Ikeda

Two recipients of Athletes of the Year Award-highest honor in MS Sports Awards Night. Jaxon Dingel and Shaelyn Johnson

Special thanks to Our MC’s Zenaida Berry-Berlinski and Daniel Fuentes.
The second part of Middle School Sports Awards Night

8th Girls Basketball 
Most Outstanding- Shaelyn Johnson

MS Cheerleading

Most Dedicated- Sumi Yang

Most Outstanding- Julianna Douglas

MS Wrestling

Most Outstanding- Dulce Sanchez

Most Dedicated- Justyn Servantez

Most Outstanding- Jaxon Dingel

Boys Volleyball

Most Dedicated- Landen Gonzales

Most Outstanding- Jaxon Dingel

Girls Volleyball

Most Improved-Chang-May Tan

Most Outstanding- Shaelyn Johnson
Middle School Sports Awards Night

STUDENT-Athlete recognition recipients 
MS Football- No awards

MS Softball

Most Dedicated-Zorina Briseno

Most Outstanding- Shaelyn

7th Boys Basketball 
Most Improved- Devan Vierra

Most Dedicated- Irving Senegal

8th Boys Basketball

Most Dedicated- Jaxon Dingel

Most Outstanding- Johnte Haggins

7th Girls Basketball

Most Improved-Mela Diaz

Most Outstanding- Jasha Brock

8th Girls Basketball

Most Dedicated-Chang-May Tan
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A glimpse of the first ever Senior Walk with the Class of 2019 going through the entire school one last time before graduating, marching through the hallways of Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle School, High School, and all the other places that were a big part of their school experience! 🧡🦅🖤👨‍🎓👩‍🎓 #csdhs2019 #classof2019 #seniorwalk #remembrancewalk #rolemodels #soaringeagles
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Didn't we just finish the 2019 conference? Yes, but it's the early bird that enjoys the sunrise! SAVE THE DATE for the Cal-ED 2020 conference! Let your district know you'll be joining us in Fremont, California on March 20th through March 22nd, 2020! Our diamond anniversary conference will be at the California School for the Deaf in Fremont, showcasing innovation in Deaf Education. Come join us as Cal-ED celebrates 60 years, Deaf education in California celebrates 160 years, ASL-English bilingual education celebrates 30 years, and LEAD-K celebrates 10 years! SAVE THE DATE: March 20th through 22nd at CSD Fremont, California! #whyilovedeafed #whycaled #caled2020 #caledorg #deafeducation #deafed #deafstudents #teachersofdeaf #deafeducationrocks #innnovationindeafed #caleddiamondanniversary @csdeagles
Unity and Diversity 2019 High School Awards Ceremony on May 15, 2019
CSD wishes you all a Happy PRIDE Month!  #happypride #k12education #celebration #csdthat
Clap...clap...clap,clap,clap!  It’s time for the Eagle Fight Song trio from the  Class of 2019... Janeva Mosher, Brent Fuentes and Jenna Kutsov #csdhs2019 #graduation #classof2019 #fightsong #tradition
Signers of the Alma Mater:  Luke Bella and Cruz Ascencio.  #csdhs2019 #graduation #classof2019 #almamater