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March 2, 1985
Gary Sabella, who has spent the past five years as the principal of La Paz Intermediate School in Mission Viejo, has been appointed athletic director at Trabuco Hills High School, which opens next fall. Sabella, a Mission Viejo resident, began his teaching career at Pacifica, where he served as an assistant coach for varsity football and head coach for junior varsity baseball and frosh-soph basketball.
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July 27, 1998
How do you keep ice cream from melting? Put sun block on it. (Marissa Fein, 5, Woodland Hills, Calvert Street Elementary) What is a crow's favorite game? Crowquet. (Daniel Viscovich, 6, Torrance, Montessori Peninsula School) Why was the picture sent to jail? Because it was framed. (Sahara Granados, 7, Los Angeles, Robert Hill Lane Elementary) There were three copycats on a boat. One jumped off. How many were left? None. (Lauren Sherman, 5, Goleta, Kellogg School) The Tsan family was eating in a fancy restaurant when Christine complained, "Daddy, I don't like cheese with holes."
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NEWS
July 27, 1998
How do you keep ice cream from melting? Put sun block on it. (Marissa Fein, 5, Woodland Hills, Calvert Street Elementary) What is a crow's favorite game? Crowquet. (Daniel Viscovich, 6, Torrance, Montessori Peninsula School) Why was the picture sent to jail? Because it was framed. (Sahara Granados, 7, Los Angeles, Robert Hill Lane Elementary) There were three copycats on a boat. One jumped off. How many were left? None. (Lauren Sherman, 5, Goleta, Kellogg School) The Tsan family was eating in a fancy restaurant when Christine complained, "Daddy, I don't like cheese with holes."
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May 9, 1997 | KIMBERLY BROWER
What causes Down's syndrome, attention deficit disorder, stress or leprosy? Those were some of the questions La Paz Intermediate School seventh-graders explored Thursday at the third annual Health Fair. From a pig's cancerous lung and pictures of movie stars with anorexia nervosa to teen suicide statistics, the health exhibits intrigued those who walked by. "It's the deadliest cancer in the United States. . . .
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May 9, 1997 | KIMBERLY BROWER
What causes Down's syndrome, attention deficit disorder, stress or leprosy? Those were some of the questions La Paz Intermediate School seventh-graders explored Thursday at the third annual Health Fair. From a pig's cancerous lung and pictures of movie stars with anorexia nervosa to teen suicide statistics, the health exhibits intrigued those who walked by. "It's the deadliest cancer in the United States. . . .
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May 15, 1992 | SHEARLEAN DUKE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In fast-growing Orange County, where neighbors often don't know each other's names, small-town life is disappearing. But not at La Paz Intermediate School. There, 160 kids, chosen from among the school's 620 seventh-graders, are enrolled in the Village, an experimental program that stresses small-town accountability. The five teachers who run the program are responsible for the total educational, physical, social and emotional development of these pupils for the entire school year.
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March 23, 1999 | Tony Dodero, (949) 574-4201
A mobile museum offering a look back at the last 1,000 years and a peek forward into the next will be visiting two intermediate schools today and Wednesday. The first "At-A-Glance" millennium tour will take place today at the Los Alisos Intermediate School, 25171 Moor Ave. The second will be Wednesday at La Paz Intermediate School, 25151 Pradera Drive. Both events are scheduled to run from 7:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
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June 4, 1996 | KIMBERLY BROWER
Saddleback Valley Unified School District's final parent forum of the school year will be Thursday at 6:45 p.m. The free public event is open to all parents with children enrolled in the district. It will include district speakers and presentations on teenage substance abuse programs and how parents can keep students safe and drug-free.
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May 23, 1997 | KIMBERLY BROWER
La Paz Intermediate School's first Career Academy will be today. Representatives from more than 50 local businesses will be on campus to educate and share their expertise about employment opportunities with the school's 1,118 students. Those delegates are from a variety of fields, organizers said, including health care, finance and law enforcement.
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April 17, 1990 | TONY MARCANO
Five Orange County schools are among winners of the 1989-90 California Distinguished Middle and High School Awards, which recognize schools that have dramatically increased average scores on California Assessment Program tests. The winners were announced by Bill Honig, state superintendent of public instruction, at a meeting of the state Department of Education.
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May 15, 1992 | SHEARLEAN DUKE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In fast-growing Orange County, where neighbors often don't know each other's names, small-town life is disappearing. But not at La Paz Intermediate School. There, 160 kids, chosen from among the school's 620 seventh-graders, are enrolled in the Village, an experimental program that stresses small-town accountability. The five teachers who run the program are responsible for the total educational, physical, social and emotional development of these pupils for the entire school year.
SPORTS
March 2, 1985
Gary Sabella, who has spent the past five years as the principal of La Paz Intermediate School in Mission Viejo, has been appointed athletic director at Trabuco Hills High School, which opens next fall. Sabella, a Mission Viejo resident, began his teaching career at Pacifica, where he served as an assistant coach for varsity football and head coach for junior varsity baseball and frosh-soph basketball.
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January 18, 1993 | ANNA CEKOLA
Saddleback Valley Unified School District officials will be seeking public opinion about proposed changes in middle-school attendance boundary lines during two upcoming public hearings. The first hearing, about proposed boundary lines for the new Rancho Santa Margarita Intermediate School, will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the multipurpose room of Trabuco Mesa Elementary School, 21301 Avenida de las Flores, in Rancho Santa Margarita. A second public hearing will be held at 7 p.m.
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