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April 2016

The César E. Chávez Campus—Modern, Innovative, Functional, and Award-Winning

The new Cesar Chavez campus serves twice as many students as the original campus.

The new César Chávez campus is a refreshing addition to the Barrio Logan community, one of the oldest neighborhoods in San Diego, California—that is also rich in history and culture. Although its architecture conveys a modern look that offers a sense of revitalization to the community, aesthetic components were incorporated into the César Chávez building’s design that stay true to all that Barrio Logan represents. Read more about The César E. Chávez Campus—Modern, Innovative, Functional, and Award-Winning

Turning over a New Leaf at Fallen Leaf Lake Park

Upgrades include improved access and a larger dock.

With its shoreline, forest, and wetlands, Fallen Leaf Lake Park is a serene natural area enjoyed by Camas residents and visitors alike. Many wildlife species, including bald eagles, geese, herons, and ducks and other waterfowl, live in the natural habitats provided by the park. Aside from observing wildlife, visitors can hike, kayak, canoe, and mountain bike at the park and take advantage of the Camas Heritage Corridor, which consists of three interconnected lakes, trails, parks, and open spaces. Read more about Turning over a New Leaf at Fallen Leaf Lake Park