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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 …continue reading

Children’s School

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 …continue reading

On a rainy, gray morning, Ocean View School District Board members and administrators delivered exciting news and colorful flower bouquets to two of the District’s schools. Vista View Middle School Teacher Jennifer Luu and Harbour View Elementary School Teacher Jenifer de Lachica were surprised to learn that they are Ocean …continue reading

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Cypress College is one of 57 colleges to participate in the #RealCollege Survey, which evaluated access to affordable food and housing in the California Community College system in the fall of 2018. The report, which is released today and will be detailed during a conference call this afternoon, identifies a …continue reading

FLAR, Friend os the Los Alamitos Rossmoor Library

In an effort to encourage continuing education, Friends of Los Alamitos/Rossmoor Library are excited to again provide the Friends of the Library (FOL) Scholarship Program opportunity for high school students in our area. The scholarship is available to high school seniors continuing their higher education at trade/tech, vocational, two-year and …continue reading

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Cypress College students Madison Morris and Raymond Pi Oliver are semifinalists for the prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship. The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation announced that the pair were selected from a pool of nearly 1,500 applicants representing 369 colleges across 45 states and the District of Columbia. Morris, …continue reading


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 …continue reading

The Ocean View School District is pleased to announce that Mesa View Middle School, Ocean View’s Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) magnet middle school, has been named a 2019 California Distinguished School. In a California Department of Education News Release, State Superintendent Tony Thurmond announced that 162 middle and high …continue reading