Hey, guess what? It’s Friday again, and that means we’ve got another roundup of stories you might have missed.
- New research indicates self-esteem sets in at age five, which is earlier than previously thought.
- Local representatives from OC STEM traveled to Washington, D.C. to take part in a discussion with other educational leaders on how to advance STEM instruction.
- Members of California’s Board of Education say school districts should use concise summaries and infographics to make their Local Control and Accountability Plans simpler to comprehend.
- Innovative students from San Clemente High School have developed a mobile app to help older people manage their medication regimens.
- A cinematic moment played out at Laguna Beach High’s homecoming game, where a young woman with a rare genetic disease was voted homecoming queen by her peers.
- Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County is opening a permanent food pantry at Lincoln Elementary School in the Anaheim City School District.
- In an effort to spark girls’ interest in engineering, Cal Poly Pomona is dispatching traveling outreach courses to three schools, including Washington Middle School in La Habra.
- Students get real-life experience in culinary arts and restaurant management with a classroom café at Aliso Niguel High School that opens for business.