In the news: Irvine students look to launch nanosatellite, state names Model Continuation High Schools Staff reports April 1, 2016 The roundup is ready — are you? Here’s what’s going on in education news: Corona Del Mar High School’s Living History Luncheon brought together 91 military veterans, marking the conclusion of a world history project worked on by more than 400 students. Irvine students are on a mission to be the first high schoolers in the country to engineer, launch and place an operational nanosatellite in orbit. The U.S. Supreme Court deadlocked over a lawsuit involving four Orange County teachers who challenged the constitutionality of mandatory union dues. Four Orange County high schools have been designated Model Continuation High Schools for 2016. Officials from a proposed charter school seeking clearance from the Capistrano Unified School District said they are planning to decline a conditional approval. Edison High School in the Huntington Beach Union High School District has created an Innovation Lab on campus for hands-on STEM lessons and project-based learning. Orange County Department of Education Facilities Manager Tom Froehlich stars in the latest “OCDE in 30 Seconds” video.