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March 21, 1998 | JULIO V. CANO
Alumni swimmers who used the Huntington Beach High School pool from 1954 to 1991 are being invited back as part of a campaign to raise $400,000 to reopen the aging facility. The 64-year-old pool has been closed since 1991 because of budget cuts. The school's aquatic teams have been forced to use other pools for practice and competitions. The "Take the Plunge" campaign started in December and has raised $25,000. Organizers hope to reach about 400 alumni swimmers with this latest effort.
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January 6, 1998 | NICK ANDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Gov. Pete Wilson's proposal to lengthen the public school year would add eight days to the typical high school student's calendar in Huntington Beach but none at all for students in Garden Grove or Laguna Beach. What accounts for the gap? In a phrase, staff development. Under California law, schools may take up to eight days out of the 180-day school year for teacher training. For teachers, those are work days. For students, they're days off.
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January 5, 1998 | STEVE CHAWKINS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For a slice of Ventura County's future, look to Huntington Beach and listen above the clacking of the skateboards to a shirtless, whippet-thin high school senior with nipple rings and a puka shell necklace: "Big air! They're all going for big air, big grind, big slash," said Jesse Brunell, watching a young man in drooping camouflage pants execute a midair pirouette. "It's a way of life for just about everyone here. We're into what I call expressive adrenaline."
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January 4, 1998 | STEVE CHAWKINS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For a slice of the future for many California cities, look to this beach city and listen above the clacking of the skateboards to a shirtless, whippet-thin high school senior with nipple rings and a puka shell necklace: "Big air! They're all going for big air, big grind, big slash," said Jesse Brunell, watching a young man in drooping camouflage pants execute a midair pirouette. "It's a way of life for just about everyone here. We're into what I call expressive adrenaline."
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December 30, 1997 | GEOFF BOUCHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An 18-year-old woman killed in a weekend car crash was identified Monday as a Huntington Beach High School senior and volleyball player. Katherine Elizabeth Homewood, called "Katy" by friends and relatives, also competed three years at Marina High School before transferring this year. She was fatally injured Saturday when she lost control of her car and flipped on a curving stretch of Ortega Highway, according to the California Highway Patrol. A memorial service will be held at 7 p.m.
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December 17, 1997 | JULIO V. CANO
The Huntington Beach High School Foundation this week kicked off its "Take the Plunge" campaign aimed at raising $400,000 to reopen the closed campus pool. "Our goal is to have the pool open for the kids by late 1998," foundation President Sylvia Garrett said Monday. The Huntington Beach Union High School District closed the 64-year-old pool in 1991 because of budget cutbacks.
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December 6, 1997 | JULIO V. CANO
Rain or shine, the Fire Department's Community Emergency Response Team and volunteers will fill and deliver sandbags to disabled and elderly residents this weekend. Team members will train 100 volunteers from Boy Scout troops, Marina High School Key Club, Huntington Beach High School football players and others on how to fill, deliver and set up the sandbags to protect homes from storm runoff. Team member Gloria Morrison said the program aims to help about 55 elderly and handicapped residents.
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September 23, 1997 | ERIK HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Tony Ciarelli, who is one of the pioneers of prep weight training, says there is no room in high school for steroids to enhance performance levels. He has served as strength coach at Edison and Newport Harbor high schools before taking over this fall as varsity football coach at Huntington Beach, where he runs a tight ship. * Q: What is your philosophy about weight training in high school? * A: It's imperative that the high school athlete be trained with weights.
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