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June 7, 1995 | BILL BILLITER
Registration is being accepted for summer education classes offered through the Coastline Regional Occupation Program, which begins June 26. The program, which provides training for careers, is part of the Huntington Beach Union High, Irvine Unified, Newport-Mesa Unified, Saddleback Valley Unified and Tustin Unified school districts. Coastline Supt. Paul E. Snyder said the summer courses usually are taught over six weeks.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 7, 1995 | BILL BILLITER
Registration is being accepted for summer education classes offered through the Coastline Regional Occupation Program, which begins June 26. The program, which provides training for careers, is part of the Huntington Beach Union High, Irvine Unified, Newport-Mesa Unified, Saddleback Valley Unified and Tustin Unified school districts. Coastline Supt. Paul E. Snyder said the summer courses usually are taught over six weeks.
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September 2, 1992 | LILY DIZON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Abraham Ortega has a well-paid job as an administrator with the Department of Defense. But, he's definitely not sanguine about his present employment status. So Tuesday, Ortega and his wife, Emily, joined hundreds of others in a seemingly endless line, waiting for hours to sign up for vocational training classes on the first day of adult registration at Coastline Regional Occupational Program in Costa Mesa.
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September 2, 1992 | LILY DIZON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Abraham Ortega has a well-paid job as an administrator with the Department of Defense. But, he's definitely not sanguine about his present employment status. So Tuesday, Ortega and his wife, Emily, joined hundreds of others in a seemingly endless line, waiting for hours to sign up for vocational training classes on the first day of adult registration at Coastline Regional Occupational Program in Costa Mesa.
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December 19, 1992 | ANDREA HEIMAN
The Tustin Unified School District board this week elected four-year school board member Merlin L. Henry Jr. as its new president and Gloria Tuchman as vice president and clerk for 1993. Henry, who served as board vice president for the last two years, was reelected to his second term in the Nov. 3 election. As president, Henry will represent the school district and run board meetings. Tuchman has been on the board since 1985. She was vice president and clerk in 1988 and president in 1990.
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January 18, 1995 | DEBRA CANO
The Coastline Regional Occupation Program will offer a number of occupational training courses for adults and teen-agers when its spring semester begins Jan. 30. The courses include animal health care, auto body and automotive repair, banking, computer graphics and design, cosmetology, word processing and more. The Coastline ROP is part of five school districts: Huntington Union High, Irvine, Newport-Mesa, Saddleback Valley and Tustin Unified.
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February 7, 1996
A cable TV show beginning this month will spotlight the schools, teachers and staff of Tustin Unified School District. "Tustin Schools Today," a 30-minute program, will be shown on Continental Cablevision's Community Channel 33 before and after meetings of the district's Board of Education, usually the second and fourth Mondays of each month. Each program, presented in a news format with six segments, will focus on one school.
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October 25, 1996
Three candidates, including two incumbents, are seeking two open seats on the Huntington Beach Union High School District Board of Trustees. A look at the race: The District Boundaries: Huntington Beach, parts of Fountain Valley and Westminster Enrollment: 13,500 Facilities: Six high schools, one continuation high school, one adult school Trustees: Five The Candidates * Bonnie Bruce Age: 52 Occupation: Early- childhood specialist, business owner.
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December 15, 1990 | TOM McQUEENEY
Helen Cameron, a two-term board member on the Irvine Unified School District Board of Education, was this week elected board president for 1991. Cameron, 44, was chosen to replace Mary Ellen Hadley. The board selects new officers each December. Trustee Greg Smith was selected to serve as clerk. Cameron was president in 1985 and 1986 and said she plans to make 1991 her last year on the board.
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April 26, 1993 | FRANK MESSINA
The City Council tonight will consider creating the city's first locally run cable television channel. The council is scheduled to vote on a five-year operating agreement that would let city staff and local volunteers take over operation of Mission Viejo's community access channel, currently run by Dimension Cable. Tentatively called Mission Viejo Television, the program would operate out of a studio at Mission Viejo High School.
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November 25, 1995 | RUSS LOAR
Hoping to give career direction to students not headed to a four-year university, the city's high schools are testing the Focus Program, under which sophomores declare a major. University-bound students still take the standard mix of college preparatory classes in their junior and senior years. But those who expect to go to work right after graduation are guided into one of several "focus major" areas, which vary from computer technology to nursing.
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May 7, 1993 | ANNA CEKOLA
Enoch and the lumpy green creatures of his planet have a big problem. "No more beer," Enoch says, staring at an empty beer can in front of him. "Party's over. What should we do?" The answer quickly becomes obvious to Enoch and the others: "Go to Deutschland. Bring back brewski."
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