In the news: New research on self-esteem, an app developed by San Clemente students and more Ian Hanigan November 13, 2015 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.