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September 16, 1993 | CAROL CHASTANG
OPENING DAY: About 225 kindergartners and first-graders showed up Wednesday for the first day of classes at Hermosa View School, the newest in the Hermosa Beach Elementary School District. Excited children and nervous parents gathered as school district administrators led a colorful ribbon-cutting ceremony amid the smell of fresh paint.
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June 12, 1997
Hermosa Beach seventh-graders stepped up to the plate Wednesday for the beginning of a five-day fantasy baseball series in which America's favorite pastime is helping make students excited about math. Hermosa Valley School students spent the last few weeks gearing up for the games, which had all kinds of big league fanfare, including peanuts, Cracker Jacks and the ceremonial "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" blaring in the background.
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July 20, 1996
After a three-month search that drew nearly 30 applicants, a Huntington Beach administrator has been named to the top job in the Hermosa Beach City School District. Alan Rasmussen, assistant superintendent of personnel and educational services in the Huntington Beach City School District, has been appointed superintendent of the 900-student district. He replaces Gwen Gross, who left earlier this month to head Ventura County's Ojai Unified School District.
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July 20, 1996
After a three-month search that drew nearly 30 applicants, a Huntington Beach administrator has been named to the top job in the Hermosa Beach City School District. Alan Rasmussen, assistant superintendent of personnel and educational services in the Huntington Beach City School District, has been appointed superintendent of the 900-student district. He replaces Gwen Gross, who left earlier this month to head Ventura County's Ojai Unified School District.
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October 21, 1995
Three artists are showing kindergarten teachers throughout the South Bay how to bring art into virtually every aspect of the classroom. The artists from the Virginia-based Wolf Trap Institute for Early Childhood Learning just finished their first week of the Start Smart program, which aims to strengthen basic academic and life skills through art. Teachers are trained for one week at special workshops and in 45-minute classes with their students.
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April 23, 1996
The Hermosa Beach City School District superintendent announced that she will leave the seaside school district in June to take the top job at Ventura County's Ojai Unified School District. Gwen Gross, who has headed the 900-student school district for four years, will take charge of the large Ojai district beginning July 1. The eight-campus school district has 4,000 students.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 12, 1997
Hermosa Beach seventh-graders stepped up to the plate Wednesday for the beginning of a five-day fantasy baseball series in which America's favorite pastime is helping make students excited about math. Hermosa Valley School students spent the last few weeks gearing up for the games, which had all kinds of big league fanfare, including peanuts, Cracker Jacks and the ceremonial "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" blaring in the background.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 23, 1996
The Hermosa Beach City School District superintendent announced that she will leave the seaside school district in June to take the top job at Ventura County's Ojai Unified School District. Gwen Gross, who has headed the 900-student school district for four years, will take charge of the large Ojai district beginning July 1. The eight-campus school district has 4,000 students.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 21, 1995
Three artists are showing kindergarten teachers throughout the South Bay how to bring art into virtually every aspect of the classroom. The artists from the Virginia-based Wolf Trap Institute for Early Childhood Learning just finished their first week of the Start Smart program, which aims to strengthen basic academic and life skills through art. Teachers are trained for one week at special workshops and in 45-minute classes with their students.
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September 16, 1993 | CAROL CHASTANG
OPENING DAY: About 225 kindergartners and first-graders showed up Wednesday for the first day of classes at Hermosa View School, the newest in the Hermosa Beach Elementary School District. Excited children and nervous parents gathered as school district administrators led a colorful ribbon-cutting ceremony amid the smell of fresh paint.
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