In the news: Huntington Beach Union High School District Board announces interim superintendent, tips on helping kids cope with tragedy and more Staff reports June 17, 2016 The OCDE weekly roundup is here, just in case you missed any Orange County education news. Take a look: Students from Newhart Middle School in Mission Viejo gained valuable knowledge of engineering and robotics during a variety of technology competitions. OCDE’s administrator for Safe Schools and Support Services offered a list of things parents and educators can keep in mind when helping kids cope with tragedy. Huntington Beach Union High School District board members announced their choice for interim superintendent. Robinson Elementary School in Trabuco Canyon held its fifth annual Chalk Art Festival, encouraging students to express their creativity and artistic abilities through chalk art. Spring View Middle School in Huntington Beach experienced life during the Renaissance and the American Civil War with performances by actors and a variety of other activities. Students from the Newport-Mesa Unified School District were honored for scoring exceptionally high on their ACT and SAT tests, and 17 sophomores were recognized for their designation in the Simon Scholars Program. It was a battle of the boys versus the girls to see who could make the best lemonade during the annual event Lemonade Wars at Arroyo Elementary School in Tustin.