Los Alamitos Unified School District

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Los Alamitos High School Nurse, Cassandra Palacios, has been selected as one of the six finalists for the Orange County Classified School Employee of the Year (CSEY) program. Her selection in the Health and Student Services category represents her exemplary efforts in the areas of school and community involvement, leadership, …continue reading

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The Music Center has named 14 Grand Prize finalists from nearly 1,500 applicants in The Music Center’s 33rd annual Spotlight (Spotlight) program, a free nationally acclaimed arts training and scholarship program for Southern California teens. The 14 Spotlight Grand Prize winners include two finalists in each of seven categories: acting, …continue reading

Top Ten Stories for March 29 through April 03 include two black males shot in Long Beach, unemployment fraud, and investment risk. Top Ten Stories for March 29 through April 03 are the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): Two black …continue reading

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Starting March 22, 2021, fifth graders at Lee Elementary School participated in a week-long event called 5th Grade Next Level. Lee Elementary’s PTA partnered with the City of Los Alamitos Recreation and Community Services Department to host activities on campus during the school day and four nighttime events. During the …continue reading

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Cassandra Palacios, a licensed vocational nurse at Los Alamitos High School, has been named Orange County Employee of the Year for Health and Student Services. She previously had been honored as an employee of the year by the Los Alamitos Unified School District and now goes on to compete for …continue reading

Dear Los Alamitos Unified School District Families and Community, Governor Gavin Newsom and the California Department of Public Health lifted the regional stay-at-home order that had been in place since December. With the state reinstating the tier system of county-level restrictions, Orange County currently remains in the Purple Tier based …continue reading

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The Rossmoor Woman’s Club honored Los Alamitos High School seniors April Chernila and Leah Huffington as students of the month for January and February, respectively. April Chernila is the founder and president of the LAHS Girls Coding Club and a Vice President for California Scholarship Federation. She is a four-year …continue reading