Nicole Walters, a second-grade teacher at Los Alamitos Elementary, has been named Teacher of the Year for the Los Alamitos Unified School District. Walters is “an exceptional teacher who does whatever it takes to help her students succeed and her families feel valued and important,” said Superintendent Dr. Sherry Kropp.
After a lengthy process of gathering stakeholder input, a nation-wide search which included the review of over 30 applicants, and an interview process of the top applicants, the Los Alamitos Unified School District Board of Education is honored to announce Dr. Andrew Pulver as the next Superintendent for Los Alamitos
The Los Alamitos Unified School District is seeking community members, school parents and staff willing to serve on its Human Relations Task Force. The Human Relations Task Force (HRTF) is an outcome of the Superintendent’s series of meetings with a diverse ad-hoc focus group comprised of various representatives of the
A group of Los Alamitos High School musicians has emerged from a rigorous professional audition process to be honored by the Southern California School Band & Orchestra Association. The organization brought together Southern California elementary, middle school, and high school student musicians in jazz, orchestra and band and selected the
Top Ten Stories for December 16 through December 22 include a fatal motorcycle accident, a fraudulent doctor, and two stories out of Los Alamitos Unified School District. The Top Ten Stories for December 16 through December 22 most read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather
Yesterday, on a majority vote and for only the second time in twenty-years, the Democrat-led California legislature approved a state budget. Cities and schools will feel further pain, mostly from accounting gimmicks that juggle state payment obligations at their expense. Those gimmicks bridge the last $9.6 billion gap to get