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June 2, 1989
Christopher F. Wilson, a school official from San Diego County, has been named superintendent of the fast-growing Saugus Union Elementary School District. Wilson replaces Charles A. Helmers, a well-known and popular superintendent who died of lung cancer in March. Wilson, whose four-year contract begins July 1, was assistant superintendent of the Escondido Union School District. Trustees of the 5,100-student Saugus district announced his appointment Wednesday night. A. Stanley Corey, a retired superintendent of Irvine Unified School District, served as interim superintendent in Saugus after Helmers' illness forced him to take a leave of absence a year ago. The nine-school Saugus district will open two new schools in the fall.
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January 13, 1993 | JODI WILGOREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Stanley Corey, retired longtime superintendent of the Irvine Unified School District, was chosen interim leader of the beleaguered Newport-Mesa Unified School District in a unanimous vote of school trustees Tuesday night. Also at Tuesday's session, the board gave preliminary approval to a revised, interim budget that accommodates some of the losses the district suffered in what has proven to be California's largest school fund embezzlement ever.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 13, 1993 | JODI WILGOREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Stanley Corey, retired longtime superintendent of the Irvine Unified School District, was chosen interim leader of the beleaguered Newport-Mesa Unified School District in a unanimous vote of school trustees Tuesday night. Also at Tuesday's session, the board gave preliminary approval to a revised, interim budget that accommodates some of the losses the district suffered in what has proven to be California's largest school fund embezzlement ever.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 2, 1989
Christopher F. Wilson, a school official from San Diego County, has been named superintendent of the fast-growing Saugus Union Elementary School District. Wilson replaces Charles A. Helmers, a well-known and popular superintendent who died of lung cancer in March. Wilson, whose four-year contract begins July 1, was assistant superintendent of the Escondido Union School District. Trustees of the 5,100-student Saugus district announced his appointment Wednesday night. A. Stanley Corey, a retired superintendent of Irvine Unified School District, served as interim superintendent in Saugus after Helmers' illness forced him to take a leave of absence a year ago. The nine-school Saugus district will open two new schools in the fall.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 15, 1990
Stanley Corey was appointed interim superintendent for the Orange Unified School District earlier this month. Corey, who retired from the Irvine Unified School District in 1987, recently served as interim superintendent of Saugus Union High School District in Saugus. He is taking the place of former Supt. John Ikerd, who resigned in November after the election of five new members to the school board. Ikerd said that the new board should have an opportunity to select a new superintendent.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 20, 1987 | Bill Billiter \f7
After 14 years as the top official of Irvine Unified School District, Supt. A. Stanley Corey announced this week that he will retire on June 30. Corey, 62, made his announcement at the regular school board meeting. The board had offered Corey a new contract, but Corey said that while he appreciated the offer, he planned to retire. "I have enjoyed the rare opportunity to have a key leadership role in the creation and development of Irvine Unified School District," Corey said.
NEWS
February 5, 1985
Attendance at Irvine Unified schools was down 10% to 20% today, but school district officials said no serious problems resulted from a one-day teachers' strike called to protest stalled contract renegotiations. Irvine Teachers Assn. officials estimated that 550 of the district's 750 teachers took part in the walkout, but Supt. A. Stanley Corey said more than enough substitutes were on hand to conduct all scheduled classes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 9, 1994 | RUSS LOAR
The school board agreed Tuesday night to wait until January to decide whether to appoint a new superintendent from candidates within the district or launch an outside search. The illness of one Irvine Unified School District trustee forced the board to cancel interviews with two Irvine deputy superintendents, both candidates for the job. The board has scheduled a special meeting for Monday to discuss the replacement of former Supt. David E.
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September 26, 1994 | RUSS LOAR
The Irvine Unified School District will look within its organization for candidates to replace Supt. David E. Brown before deciding whether to conduct a nationwide search, board members said. The school board decision has raised the possibility that an Irvine school district administrator could be named to replace Brown without a search for candidates outside the school district.
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October 19, 1986 | Times staff writer Mark I. Pinsky compiled the Week in Review stories
A nationwide "mini-baby boom"--created by more young adults reaching child-bearing age, coupled with members of the original Baby Boom generation who postponed child-bearing until recently--is being reflected by increased enrollments in Orange County kindergartens. "It's great!" said Cheryl Norton, director of communications for the Fountain Valley School District.
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February 20, 1985 | BILL BILLITER \f7
Spokesmen for the administration and the teachers in the Irvine Unified School District expressed optimism Tuesday that a settlement is near in their prolonged contract negotiations. "Both sides have made some movement," said Dan Saling, executive director of the South Orange County Educators Assn., the union umbrella group that includes the Irvine teachers.
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October 24, 1994 | RUSS LOAR
The school board praised departing Supt. David E. Brown during his final school board meeting last week and set the wheels in motion to find his replacement. Trustees hired an executive search firm to survey the community. Board members also named Deputy Supt. Dean Waldfogel to serve as acting superintendent after Brown's departure. Waldfogel, one of three deputy superintendents in the Irvine Unified School District, said he is not a candidate to replace Brown.
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