Students participating in Friday Night Live programs at Bolsa Grande and Santiago high schools in the Garden Grove Unified School District were invited to present youth-led traffic safety and underage drinking projects at the recent Orange County DUI Forum. Hosted by the Orange County DUI Task Force, the three-hour forum on Friday, April 24 focused on the issue of impaired driving by teens at the Clifton C. Miller Community Center in Tustin. [...]
In the news: Positive outcomes through ‘Restorative Justice’ practices, opportunity for teens to explore arts careers and more
Here are some stories from this week’s local education news for your Friday afternoon. Click through for links to recent articles.
Team OCDE was well represented at the Walk United event at Angel Stadium on Sunday, April 19. In fact, more than 40 department employees, friends and family members took part in the 5K fundraising event. [...]
State Farm, the insurance and financial services company, has posted a story on its Good Neighbors website featuring two enterprising Orange County students who started their own schoolwide recycling initiative with help from OCDE’s Inside the Outdoors program. [...]
In the news: Young scientist heads to prestigious international competition, new instructional standards shine a light on history and more
t’s the end of the week, and once again we bring you a roundup of education-related stories you may have missed. Click through for links to recent articles.
In the news: Robotics students win competitions and solve real-world problems, new web-based state assessments begin and more
It’s Friday, April 10, and here's a recap of local education news stories from this past week. Click through for links to recent articles about OC schools.
With support from the Orange County Department of Education, the Ocean View School District has been granted an attendance credit by the state that will restore approximately $800,000 worth of potentially lost general fund revenue for the 2015-16 fiscal year. [...]
It's the end of the week and once again we bring you a roundup of education related stories you may have missed. Click through for links to recent articles about OC schools.
A quick check of the calendar reveals today is the first day of spring. It’s also International Day of Happiness, as well as a Friday – is that redundant? – and we’ve got a quick recap of the week’s local education news. Click through for links to recent articles about OC schools.
On a warm Monday morning, a Feed the Children truck rolled into the Orange County Department of Education’s main campus and workers began unloading 22 pallets with boxes full of donated supplies for students experiencing homelessness. In total, over 1,900 items were dropped off, including backpacks filled with school supplies, non-perishable food, hygiene essentials and children’s books. [...]