In the news: A new superintendent for Cypress, free SAT test-prep materials for students and more Staff reports June 5, 2015 It’s Friday, June 5, and as kids begin the countdown to summer vacation, we bring you another batch of education-related news stories from this past week. California’s water board awarded $30 million in grant money to 32 agencies to carry out water conservation projects, including over $5 million to four Orange County school districts. The Cypress School District will welcome its new superintendent, Anne Silavs, effective July 1. Competitive squads have much to cheer about as the state Assembly approves a bill designating high school cheerleading as an official sport in California high schools. The College Board has partnered with Khan Academy to offer free online SAT test-prep materials to all students. Two Friday Night Live chapters and one advisor were honored for their outstanding efforts to promote youth development and carry out prevention projects in their schools and communities.