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Last Friday was the day of jog-a-thons with both elementary schools jogging to raise money for educational programs. El Morro Elementary School students ran more than 14,000 laps at its annual jog-a-thon. The school received an anonymous pledge of $5,...
SchoolPower's Community Campaign raises $510,000 SchoolPower's annual Community Campaign phone-a-thon made more than $510,000, a record for the foundation, with 612 donors and 64 parent volunteers manning the phones, according to a news release....
The top 10 stories of 2011 included limitations on skateboarders; an arrest for alleged rapes and sexual assaults; flood recovery; Marine Life Protection Act implementation delay in Laguna; the Heisler Park renovation; the Resource Center pulling out from...
The Laguna Beach Community Foundation made the holiday season merrier for 25 local nonprofits. A total of almost $95,000 was distributed Monday at the Hotel Laguna to groups that benefit Laguna Beach, honoring contributions to health and human services,...
PTA's parent education forum welcomed local psychologist Jerry Weichman last month at the Aliso Creek Inn. Weichman, author of teen guide "How To Deal," has an active adolescent practice in Newport Beach. He covered a broad range of topics from behavioral...
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On Monday and Tuesday, El Morro Elementary School's multipurpose room was packed with tepees, longhouses and craft stations where students were tooling leather, sewing Native American-style pouches and making candles. The school's annual Colonial Days...
Tags: Elementary Schools, Holidays, Thanksgiving, Education, Students
Last month, Coffee Break welcomed Cindy Muchnick, educational consultant, author and former college admissions counselor, to discuss how parents can support their kids through the high school years. Muchnick, a mother of four, brought a wonderful sense of...
I have not paid as much attention to local politics as I should have until recently when I became familiar with the proposed social host ordinance. Whatever your opinion on whether such an ordinance is right for our community, we should all be greatly...
Last month at the Aliso Creek Inn, PTA's Coffee Break kicked-off the season by welcoming leaders and parents alike to catch up on the latest developments for Laguna Beach Unified School District. This year we welcomed two-year veteran Supt. Sherine...
Laguna Beach residents will make the choice Nov. 6 whether to keep familiar faces on the five-member Laguna Beach Unified school board or vote in favor of two newcomers. * The incumbents William Landsiedel and Jan Vickers are both hoping to keep...
Bossa Zuzu's Brazilian beat closed Laguna Beach Live!'s 2012 Jazz Wednesdays series of musical performances at Hotel Laguna. The Live! at the Museum chamber music concert series winds up on Thursday. Next up: The annual Bluegrass and Barbecue from 4...
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