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Teaching and Learning (INACTIVE)

Teaching and Learning (INACTIVE)
A collection of news and information related to Teaching and Learning published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • LARRY GALLUP

    LARRY GALLUP
    Larry Gallup, 89, died Dec. 1, 2013 at Huntington Terrace Senior Living, Huntington Beach, California.  Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 28, 2013 at Community United Methodist Church, 6652 Heil Avenue, Huntington Beach. Larry Kent...
  • Around Town: Golden West gets millions

    Golden West College has been awarded a Title III grant that will give the Huntington Beach campus more than $2.23 million over a five-year period. The U.S. Department of Education awarded the grant, known as Access 2 Success, according to a news release....
  • Hawes students ready to shine at Bella Terra

    Hawes students ready to shine at Bella Terra
    The Hawes Elementary School choir is set to spread some holiday cheer in Huntington Beach. The Hawes Hawks Choir will sing a medley of songs at the amphitheater in the Bella Terra shopping center at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. Fourth-grade teacher Shannon...
  • Bullying takes center stage

    Bullying takes center stage
    Bullying can take on many forms: a boy from the high school football team humiliating an unpopular girl or an over-controlling student government hopeful bossing around her best friend. The two examples are scenarios from the book "The Bully Plays,"...
  • Hero of Hanukkah touches down at school

    Hero of Hanukkah touches down at school
    The kids at the Hebrew Academy of Huntington Beach could barely contain their excitement Tuesday as a sword- and shield-wielding Judah Maccabee — the hero in the story of Hanukkah — stepped from the Los Angeles Police Department helicopter...
  • Store's donation saves Thanksgiving dinner

    Store's donation saves Thanksgiving dinner
    As students in Marina High School's Endeavors program sat down to a turkey feast on Friday, they gave thanks for family, friends and a Thanksgiving meal that almost wasn't. The 22-pound turkey, mashed potatoes and green bean casserole steamed on the...
  • Good deeds shared during Mitzvah Day

    Good deeds shared during Mitzvah Day
    Students of the Hebrew Academy in Huntington Beach presented their mitzvahs, or good deeds, to family and the public during the third annual Mitzvah Day celebration at the Bella Terra shopping center last week. Classes from kindergarten to fifth grade...
  • Students draw memories for orphans

    Students draw memories for orphans
    With just a pencil in hand, Nancy McClanahan, a 17-year-old senior at Valley Vista High School in Fountain Valley, worked diligently to finish her portrait of Kala, an orphan from Nepal. Nancy had in front of her two pieces of paper. One was a color...
  • Earning his stripes

    Earning his stripes
    For the past seven years, the U.S. Army has selected 125 high school marching band students in the nation to play during the halftime show at the 2014 All-American Bowl. This year it's Fountain Valley High School senior Thomas Tran's turn. He was one of...
  • Chinese teachers trade tactics with Fountain Valley school

    Chinese teachers trade tactics with Fountain Valley school
    Six Chinese educators spent the week touring Courreges Elementary School in Fountain Valley. They shadowed teachers, met with students and participated in the jog-a-thon fundraiser. The five principals and one teacher from Shenzhen, China, came as...
  • Concert Review: Huntington's APA puts twist on Beatles' album

    Concert Review: Huntington's APA puts twist on Beatles' album
    In 1966, John Lennon made an infamous — and, by his reckoning, misunderstood — comment that the Beatles were "more popular than Jesus now." Thursday night in Huntington Beach, the Fab Four met religion again, and it was evident which side...
  • City Lights: APA tackles tough assignment

    City Lights: APA tackles tough assignment
    I once met a woman who had known three of the Beatles as a college student in Liverpool. At least, so she said. Having a personal connection to the Fab Four is probably a favorite lie among the British. But her story seemed down-to-earth enough that I...