Have you missed an education story in Orange County this week? We’ve got you covered:
- The Orange County Rescue Mission’s Village of Hope, a transitional living facility for the homeless in Tustin, is collecting school supplies to support school-aged children residing at the facility.
- A national poll showed differing public opinion on a variety of school-related issues, including the focus of public education.
- Sept. 1 marked the first day of Attendance Awareness Month, highlighting attendance as an essential part of academic success.
- The North Orange County Community College District Board of Trustees voted unanimously to build a modern STEM facility to serve the needs of Cypress College students.
- Katella High School in Anaheim is undergoing an $11.4 million makeover that will bring a new quad, new walkways, infrastructure upgrades and an education garden that will capture rainwater to replenish the water table.