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Chef Challenge IV: Principals vs. Principals

Chef Challenge IV: Principals vs. Principals

by Kristi Cancellieri, SchoolPower VP of Public Relations   Laguna Beach’s four principals served up a fun-filled night of food and competition at SchoolPower’s Lumberyard Chef Challenge IV earlier this month. The dueling-menu fundraiser netted over $10,500 as the team of LBHS Principal Joanne Culverhouse and Thurston Middle School Principal Jenny Salberg narrowly defeated the […]

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Keeping Students Safe

Keeping Students Safe

A recent Laguna Beach brush fire provides proof that fire season has arrived. In the event of various emergencies, including natural disasters such as fires and earthquakes, the school district has a plan that delineates steps for administrators to take. “All the schools have plans in place to address a wide range of events from […]

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Lumberyard Whips Up a Winning Recipe

Lumberyard Whips Up a Winning Recipe

Continuing a tradition of the Thurston principal winning the SchoolPower Chef Challenge, defending champion and new LBHS principal Joanne Culverhouse conceded the title to her Thurston successor Jenny Salberg. The third annual event hosted by Lumberyard owners Suzanne and Cary Redfearn raised than $9,500 for Laguna’s schools, $30,000 over three years. In a nod to […]

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Lumberyard Whips Up a Winning Recipe

Lumberyard Whips Up a Winning Recipe

Continuing a tradition of the Thurston principal winning the SchoolPower Chef Challenge, defending champion and new LBHS principal Joanne Culverhouse conceded the title to her Thurston successor Jenny Salberg. The third annual event hosted by Lumberyard owners Suzanne and Cary Redfearn raised than $9,500 for Laguna’s schools, $30,000 over three years. In a nod to […]

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Principals Sweat Over Their Report Cards

Principals Sweat Over Their Report Cards

Principal Joanne Culverhouse, who succeeded Don Austin as high school principal and twice defeated him in SchoolPower’s Lumberyard Chef Challenge, defends her title Nov. 14 against a worthy adversary.

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Students Time-Travel to the Middle Ages

Students Time-Travel to the Middle Ages

 During the recent Thurston Middle School Renaissance Day, seventh-grade students sampled life in medieval times. The in-house “field trip” was a curriculum-based study of language arts and social studies that provided students with a greater appreciation and understanding of the time period, according to a district announcement. “After a year of learning and discovering information […]