The Cypress School District is pleased to announce that Juliet Morris Elementary School is the winner of a $20,000 award from the state’s ScholarShare 529 Scholar Dollars grant program. Funds will be used to support campus beautification, including school murals, student benches, playground equipment, and additional landscaping. “The secret to
Jason Dwyer of Cypress graduated from Harvey Mudd College on May 19. Dwyer earned a bachelor of science degree with a major in computer science, graduating with distinction. Dwyer attended Cypress High School. Harvey Mudd College is the premier liberal arts college specializing in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
At the May 8, 2019 meeting, the Centralia Elementary School District (CESD) Governing Board was presented a proposal to provide free, Universal Preschool to three and four-year old preschoolers residing in the Centralia School and Danbrook School attendance boundaries. The Governing Board unanimously approved the implementation of the program starting
St. Catherine’s Academy (SCA), located in the historic part of Anaheim, CA will be hosting its 29th Annual Golf Tournament on May 20, 2019 at the private Hacienda Golf Club. The special fundraiser will raise important funds for tuition scholarships for underserved students. St. Catherine’s Academy (SCA) is an all-boys’
In honor of Teacher Appreciation Day on Tuesday, May 7, Harkins invites educators to see any movie for only $5 and receive a FREE small popcorn with ticket purchase at all Harkins locations (including the Cerritos theater)! Films include all new releases and all film formats. Educators must show a
The May JROTC Recognition Dinner is the most important monthly meeting for the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA). It recognizes the accomplishments of students in the 17 schools they support. Guests at the event include the honored students, instructors, and parents of students. Please make every effort to participate
The Ocean View School District Board of Trustees is bringing Learning Link, an early literacy and math program, back to Oak View Preschool in Huntington Beach. The Learning Link Child and Guardian Lab is open free of cost to community members and their children, ages 0-5. Sessions continue at Oak
Congressman Alan Lowenthal (CA-47) this week submitted an appropriations request to direct $35 million to the STARBASE Youth Program, which provides instruction for 5th-grade underrepresented and low-income students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education. The STARBASE program is run at student academies set up on existing military bases.
California Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye will recognize Cypress High School and Lexington Junior High School on April 2 with Civic Learning Awards of Excellence. The schools are receiving the highest distinction under the Civic Learning Award program, which is co-sponsored by the Chief Justice and State Superintendent of
The Children’s School will serve up to 119 children in kindergarten through eighth grade and is specifically designed to seamlessly integrate academic curriculum with best practice behavioral health to meet the unique needs of children with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and related challenges. This unique program was founded in the