Parents Return to School for Math Lessons Parents are invited to a workshop with researcher Patrick J. Callahan, Ph.D., executive director of the UC Science and Mathematics Initiative, who will explain shifts in classroom math instruction that lay the foundation for students to finish high school having taken calculus or statistics. “All Roads Lead to […]
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Alex Monda, son of Michele and Emil Monda of Laguna Beach, earned a spot on the Dean’s List at Boston University for the second semester of the 2013-2014 academic year. Monda, now a sophomore, is studying business. He also competed with the BU men’s team in national gymnastics contest in Chattanooga, Tenn.
Local Heads East Laguna Beach High School graduate, Nathaniel L. Colburn, son of Susan Anderson and Bolton Colburn of Aliso Viejo, will attend Hamilton College in Clinton, N.Y. Colburn was selected from a pool of 5,071 applicants to the college and joins a class of 470. Swim Training Starts for Youngsters= Swim Team Prep at […]
Laguna Local Looks Good Laguna Beach resident Sandee Thibault, the daughter of Gilbert Thibault, made the spring 2014 dean’s list at California State University, Sacramento, where she is majoring in sociology and psychology.
Montage Hosts Scholarship Contest The second annual Montage Memory Makers contest will reward young humanitarians ages 13-17, with $10,000 scholarships to an accredited college or university. Through Sept. 26 entrants who meet the contest requirements may visit montagehotels.com/memory and upload a 300-word essay and a video detailing their efforts to inspire and provide service to […]
She’s the First Starts Up at LBHS She’s the First is a not-for-profit organization that sponsors education for girls in the developing world. Laguna Beach High School sophomores and juniors Regan Caraher, Christine Johnson, Callista Wulff, Shea Metz and Carmen Nichols have organized a new chapter at Laguna Beach High School and are looking for […]
Local Families Sought to Host Exchange Students The ASSE International Student Exchange Program is seeking local host families for international high school boys and girls 15 to 18 years old for the upcoming high school year or semester. They are conversant in English and anxious to learn about this country through living with a local […]
School Texts Available for Inspection New textbooks are on display for public review in the Laguna Beach Unified School District’s administration office, 550 Blumont St, through Friday, July 18. The public is invited to review the new books during regular business hours of 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. They include two new environmental science texts […]
Locals Do Laguna Proud From Afar Laguna Beach residents graduated from Boston University. Madison M. Gordon-Lavaee and Mia L. Malchow, both received bachelor of science in film and television degrees; and Brent M. Donenfeld, received bachelor of science in business administration and management. Locals Ava L. Burnes, Alexander Monda and Morgan S. Myers were recently […]
Scholars Get Assistance The Assistance League of Laguna Beach awarded $24,000 to 12 students of Laguna Beach High School at the recent honors convocation. Scholars Earn Degrees Two 2010 Laguna Beach High School graduates received undergraduate degrees from Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pa. Alexsandra […]
Online Class Promotes Understanding Understanding and Addressing LGBT and Gender-Based Bullying is a month-long online course that begins July 14. It’s an opportunity for educators, school administrators, and parents to learn about issues related to transgender students as well California’s AB1266 that went into effect Jan. 1. “The School Success and Opportunity Act goes some […]
Preschool Concludes With Two Sendoffs The Even Start Preschool graduation on Friday, June 13, celebrates another year readying children for kindergarten as well as a send off for Preschool DirectorTerry Anne Barman, who will be retiring. She would like to celebrate with all the children and families of the past 20 years. Please bring […]
Parents to Meet New Principal The Top of the World Elementary community is invited to meet the school’s new principal, Michael Conlon, at 6 p.m. Monday, June 2. Conlon, a local resident, was appointed last month. He starts on the job in August. Classes Introduce Art to Children Imagine Wisdom Education offers a free art […]
Student Ceramicists Earn Recognition Laguna Beach eighth-grader Michael Tanaka was recognized at a national ceramic exhibition in Wisconsin in March alongside three other Orange County youngsters, all students of Festival of Arts’ workshops. Festival of Arts ceramic instructor Monica Dunham was selected to receive a teacher award that honors the late American ceramicist Daniel Rhodes. […]
Running for Fun and Fitness Nearly 100 Top of the World Elementary students participated in the one-mile Kids Run the OC Marathon held at the Orange County Fairgrounds earlier this month. The run culminated a 12-week fitness program to improve students’ speed, agility, hand-eye coordination, flexibility and overall fitness. By the end, students had accumulated the […]