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February 7, 1997 | LORI HAYCOX
Following an outpouring of public comment this week, the school board delayed a decision on whether to relocate the Orange County High School of the Arts to Bloomfield Street. Instead, the board of the Los Alamitos Unified School District directed its staff to study several alternative locations suggested by the public. These include moving the school to Laurel Park; a parcel between McAuliffe Middle School and Los Alamitos Elementary School; and any other options.
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February 7, 1997 | LORI HAYCOX
Following an outpouring of public comment this week, the school board delayed a decision on whether to relocate the Orange County High School of the Arts to Bloomfield Street. Instead, the board of the Los Alamitos Unified School District directed its staff to study several alternative locations suggested by the public. These include moving the school to Laurel Park; a parcel between McAuliffe Middle School and Los Alamitos Elementary School; and any other options.
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March 1, 1995
News for the 18-and-under crowd FULLERTON, SANTA ANA 2 High Schools Get Books in Spanish Students at Fullerton and Santa Ana high schools have received Spanish-language literature collections from the Mexican government. The collections are valued at more than $10,000 each and are being kept for student use at the high schools' libraries, officials said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 1, 1995
News for the 18-and-under crowd FULLERTON, SANTA ANA 2 High Schools Get Books in Spanish Students at Fullerton and Santa Ana high schools have received Spanish-language literature collections from the Mexican government. The collections are valued at more than $10,000 each and are being kept for student use at the high schools' libraries, officials said.
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September 14, 1992 | BERT ELJERA
Jay Hills remembers one of his very first students at Laurel High School. A diabetic, the student had been kicked out of Los Alamitos High School for habitual absences and just wanted to stay home with his medicines. Somehow, his parents persuaded him to enroll at Laurel High. On his first day, without saying a word, the teen-ager suddenly rode home on his bike. But the boy came back to Hills' class and stayed. That was about 10 years ago.
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October 27, 1992 | BEVERLY CIELNICKY, president of Crusade for Life in Fountain Valley, commented on the opening of an on-campus infant care center for students with babies. and
The opening of yet another day care center at Laurel High School in Los Alamitos is not the best answer for our young people. There are several excellent abstinence programs available to districts that follow the requirements of the state Education Code. They have shown outstanding results when taught correctly. Teen Aid in San Marcos, for example, reduced teen pregnancy by 80% in the first year it was implemented. Right here in Orange County, Choices, a program from Teen Awareness Inc.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 9, 1994 | BERT ELJERA
School district trustees this week unanimously approved a $1.5-million bond sale to help finance the renovation of science classrooms at Los Alamitos High School. It will be the third bond offering under Measure K, which voters approved in 1990 to raise $13 million to pay for major repairs of the Los Alamitos School District's aging schools. The first issue in 1990 raised $9 million, the second last year raised $1.
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May 10, 1993 | BERT ELJERA
A community group opposed to the proposed sale or lease of Oak Middle School will present possible alternatives today to the Los Alamitos Unified School District Board of Education. Leaders of Save Oak School, who are trying to persuade school board members to spare the school, are expected to present several proposals to generate revenue for the school district, which officials say is facing a $1.9-million shortfall next school year.
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May 15, 1993 | BERT ELJERA
A citizen panel will be created to look into a proposal by the Los Alamitos Unified School District to sell or lease district properties to generate income. This week's unanimous action by the Board of Trustees drew cheers from members of a community group opposed to the sale or long-term lease of Oak Middle School, one of four properties identified for possible sale or lease.
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January 12, 1995 | DAN ARRITT
Esperanza arrived at Wednesday's game tied for first place with two other ranked teams in the Sunset League but went home alone atop the standings. The Aztecs, ranked eighth in Orange County, made a first-half goal stand up and defeated third-ranked Los Alamitos, 1-0, at Laurel High School in Los Alamitos. The victory, coupled with No. 2 Fountain Valley's 1-0 loss to Edison, put Esperanza (6-3-3, 2-0) in first place in the league race.
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September 14, 1992 | BERT ELJERA
Jay Hills remembers one of his very first students at Laurel High School. A diabetic, the student had been kicked out of Los Alamitos High School for habitual absences and just wanted to stay home with his medicines. Somehow, his parents persuaded him to enroll at Laurel High. On his first day, without saying a word, the teen-ager suddenly rode home on his bike. But the boy came back to Hills' class and stayed. That was about 10 years ago.
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July 9, 1996 | LORI HAYCOX
Club Los Alamitos, a weekday drop-in program for children 6 to 12 years old, is offering arts and crafts classes, sports events, games and skits at four locations. The free playground sessions are from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays at Little Cottonwood Park, 4000 Farquhar Ave.; Orville R. Lewis Jr. Park, 3662 Kempton Drive; and Laurel High School, 10291 Bloomfield St. The club also is offered from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
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July 29, 1999 | NANCY FORREST
For nine years, Mountain View High School has offered alternative education and enrichment programs that were beyond the reach of most public schools. But the private secondary school graduated its last class in June and has closed its doors, said Richard Handley, the school's administrator since 1990.
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