In the news: New online school in Tustin, Capo to start a week earlier and more Ian Hanigan October 16, 2015 It’s Friday, Oct. 16, and we’ve got a handful of education headlines you may have missed. A touching video of a public invitation to the homecoming dance by an Anaheim student unexpectedly goes viral. Enrollment in Tustin Unified’s new online school rises as students’ lives and situations vary. A Garden Grove teacher will run the Chicago Marathon in hopes of inspiring others with physical disabilities. Local students took part in a rally aimed to promote bullying awareness as part of a national effort. A number of Orange County families gave their cars the morning off and took to the sidewalks in celebration of Walk to School Day. Excited runners from all age groups are gearing up for the 25th annual Dino Dash, which will raise money for Tustin schools – and close a few streets – on Nov. 1. Capistrano Unified School District students will start the next school year on Aug. 15, one week earlier than this year A music teacher from Northwood High School in Irvine has been honored as a semi-finalist for the Music Educator Award presented by the Grammy Foundation and The Recording Academy.