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Class Notes

School District Forms Now Available Online

Students first day registration packets are now available online, a move away from paper that will save time for parents and staff and thousands of dollars in printing and mailing costs.
The online registration packets are secure and can be accessed through each school site’s website via the LBUSD web address, www.lbusd.org.

SEEDS Offers Scholarships

SEEDS Arts and Education, Inc. is providing three scholarships for students to attend a 12-week afternoon enrichment program in art, music or gardening at Anneliese Schools’ Manzanita Campus located at 758 Manzanita Drive in Laguna Beach.

The scholarships are available to children attending public, private or home school in Orange County in first through sixth grades and are intended to assist children who are unable to afford the full cost of the programs and that have an interest in knit and natter, sewing, drum circle, applied acoustics, or The 3 ‘W’s of green living.

Classes began Monday, Sept. 19 and run until Dec. 16. For full class descriptions and specific class dates and times, please visit, http://seedsed.org/seeds-scholarship-classes/. SEEDS Scholarship applications are available online at:

http://seedsed.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/seedsscholarapp.pdf.

 Exchange Program Seeks Screeners  

ASSE International Student Exchange Programs is seeking volunteers to serve as representatives who recruit and screen prospective host families, interview students to study abroad and supervise the exchange students.
ASSE provides exchange programs in the U.S. for high school students from around the world.  Students are 15 to 18 years of age and have passed a series of academic and character requirements.
For more info call 800-733-2773 or email us at [email protected]

Dinner Makes the Difference

Frequent family dinners effectively prevent substance abuse in kids and the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence and Community Alliance Network have declared Sept. 26 Family Day to encourage families to share a meal together.

More than a decade of research by Columbia University’s Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse has consistently found that the more often kids eat dinner with their families, the less likely they are to smoke, drink or use drugs.

For more info contact Gwen Drenick at 949.595.2288 x314 or [email protected]

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