In the news: Perfect attendance in Santa Ana, Sunburst Youth Challenge Academy and more Staff reports June 12, 2015 It’s Friday, June 12, and here’s a recap of local education news stories from this past week. Over 700 students from Santa Ana schools were eligible to enter a perfect attendance raffle – and one lucky winner walked away with a new car. Governor Jerry Brown is proposing an additional $6.1 billion for schools, bringing the total funding to $53.1 billion. Sunburst Youth Academy changes the lives of troubled youth through a combination of mentoring and high expectations. A middle school robotics team from Costa Mesa has coded its way to a Southern California championship. With summer fast approaching, parents and students can take steps to combat summer learning loss. Looking for something fun and educational to do this summer? Visit the newly expanded Discovery Cube in Santa Ana, featuring hands-on exhibits aimed at making science both fun and relevant.