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January 25, 2003 | From Times Wire Reports
Eight people were arrested and seven, including an assistant principal, were taken to local hospitals Thursday after authorities used pepper spray to subdue high school students throwing milk cartons and plastic soda bottles. Silverado High School Principal Susan Levine said trouble started with a lunchtime dispute between black and Latino students, although she didn't know what set the two sides off.
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January 25, 2003 | From Times Wire Reports
Eight people were arrested and seven, including an assistant principal, were taken to local hospitals Thursday after authorities used pepper spray to subdue high school students throwing milk cartons and plastic soda bottles. Silverado High School Principal Susan Levine said trouble started with a lunchtime dispute between black and Latino students, although she didn't know what set the two sides off.
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November 28, 1994 | JEFF BEAN
Sometimes the toughest part about being a teacher is trying to handle a classroom full of teen-agers. Just ask a few students at Silverado High School, who have been leading classes for half an hour each week. "It gave me a whole new perspective," said Eric Cheney, a 17-year-old senior who guided a class last week through a lesson on natural frustrations, separations and anger, part of a curriculum called "Respect Yourself."
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November 28, 1994 | JEFF BEAN
Sometimes the toughest part about being a teacher is trying to handle a classroom full of teen-agers. Just ask a few students at Silverado High School, who have been leading classes for half an hour each week. "It gave me a whole new perspective," said Eric Cheney, a 17-year-old senior who guided a class last week through a lesson on natural frustrations, separations and anger, part of a curriculum called "Respect Yourself."
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June 10, 1999 | Alex Katz, (949) 574-4206
The Saddleback Valley Unified School District board accepted several state school improvement grants at Tuesday's meeting. Silverado Continuation High School in Mission Viejo received a $15,780 grant to create anti-smoking programs while Serrano Intermediate School in Lake Forest received $5,000 to improve security. Mission Viejo and Silverado high schools will get $300 per student to be used for computer training.
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June 6, 2009 | David Kelly
Authorities have arrested a man on suspicion of sexually molesting his two teenage stepdaughters and having a baby with one of them. The suspect's wife also was arrested for allegedly knowing about the abuse but failing to stop it. Tony Slone, 43, was arrested Thursday in Chester, N.Y., after an investigation by San Bernardino County sheriff's deputies indicated that he had repeatedly molested his 13- and 16-year-old stepdaughters. His wife, Anita Slone, 47, was taken into custody in Victorville.
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October 19, 1993 | ANNA CEKOLA
Saddleback Valley Unified School District officials recently honored two of its schools that have earned top national honors. At the same time, the board recognized three teachers selected as nominees for Orange County "Teacher of the Year." Laguna Hills High School and La Paz Intermediate School were recently named as National Blue Ribbon Schools by the California and U.S. departments of education.
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May 12, 1998 | SUSAN DEEMER
Osvaldo Cruz found out he was going to become a father at 15, never knowing how difficult it would be to juggle work, high school studies and family. But Cruz, now 18, said he soon learned how exhausting it is to raise a family and on Monday shared his story with a group of Mission Viejo students as part of a teen responsibility program aimed at young men. "The things your parents are doing--guess what?--I am doing them," Cruz told about two dozen students at Silverado High School.
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December 3, 1996 | KIMBERLY BROWER
"ER" it isn't. But Silverado High School's new Health Care Academy is providing students with on-the-job training that officials hope will encourage them to seek medical careers like those portrayed in the popular TV series. Wearing white lab coats and picture identification tags, 50 students board a school bus each week and head to Saddleback Memorial Medical Center in Laguna Hills for an hour of intensive health-care schooling.
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March 4, 1986 | DENNIS McLELLAN, Times Staff Writer
Matt Verville, the 18-year-old terminally ill cancer patient whose wish to visit his home state of Hawaii was granted by the Starlight Foundation in December, died Saturday at his home in Mission Viejo. Verville's condition had gradually worsened over the past two months, according to Vera Lang, a Visiting Nurse Assn. Hospice volunteer who began visiting the young man and his family last September.
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April 14, 1990 | HERBERT J. VIDA
Six women were selected to receive honors at the seventh annual Rancho Santiago College Women of Achievement Awards banquet Tuesday on the Santa Ana campus. Paula Werner of Irvine will receive a community and public service award for her 17 years of community service, while Carole Anne Williams of Seal Beach will get the same award for her work as executive director of Interval House, a crisis shelter for battered women and children.
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September 17, 1993 | BERT ELJERA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Angela McCauley remembers the desperation. In January, six months before she was to graduate from high school, she learned she was pregnant with her second child. "I said to myself, 'Man, what did I do?' " said McCauley, who first became a mother at 16. "Just graduating was hard enough, but with two babies. . . ?" Abortion was not an option, she said. She thought of putting the baby up for adoption.
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