Top Employee Also a County Finalist
School district technology technician Long Le, selected as classified employee of the year, is also one of six finalists for a similar award by the county’s Education Department.
The award pays tribute to the efforts of non-teaching school employees.
Supt. Sherine Smith said “Long provides technical help and assistance to each of us with patience and understanding.”
“Unfailingly helpful, courteous, and amiable, he is able to deal with complexity and to make the complex appear simple,” added Nancy Hubbell, assistant superintendent of instructional services.
Le will be honored with the finalists May 3 and recognized May 8 at the local school board meeting.
Student Directory Ad Deadline Nears
April 30 is the deadline to submit advertisements for the 2012-2013 edition of SchoolPower’s popular student directory, received by every school district family in the fall.
The directory offers advertisers yearlong visibility to a resource parents refer to throughout the year for student, school and business contact information.
Advertisers who commit by April 30 will be invited to SchoolPower’s Business Appreciation Party hosted by The Deck at Pacific Edge Hotel on May 3 where the directory cover ad spaces go up for auction. For more info: visit www.lbschoolpower.org or call 949-494-6811.
Alumni Support 2012 Grads
The LBHS Alumni Association will hold their Annual All Class Alumni Picnic on Saturday, May 5, from 11 a.m.- 4 p.m. at Heisler Park.
In addition to socializing with friends and classmates, the picnic raises money for scholarships for direct descendants of LBHS alumni. Last year, the association awarded $7,000 to graduating seniors.
For more info: email [email protected] or leave a voicemail at (949) 497-7750 ext 5340.
Applications Due to Book Theatre
Applications for the use of the high school’s Artists’ Theatre from July 1-August 2013 are due June 1.
Applications will be reviewed by school district and city officials and applicants will receive confirmation by July 31. The entire calendar will be posted on the school district website.
Questions should be directed to Ann Lombard at (949) 497-7700 Extension 5218.
Fundraiser Raises Spirits and Nearly $5,000
Coffee Break’s first fundraiser last week hosted local author and child-rearing sage Tyler Durman, who broke up the sold-out 94-person audience with a comic routine about parenting in our child-centered culture.
The event raised $5,000 for Coffee Break’s mission, bringing monthly speakers to a community forum. Supporters include grants from Schoolpower and the Laguna Beach Community Foundation.View Our User Comment Policy