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Teaching and Learning (INACTIVE)

Teaching and Learning (INACTIVE)
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  • Locals Amaral, Filia-Snyder advance to Omaha

    Huntington Beach High grad Beau Amaral, a junior outfielder at UCLA, and Edison High grad Eric Filia-Snyder, a freshman outfielder for the Bruins, are in Omaha for the 2012 College World Series. The Bruins, the No. 2 seed, open World Series play Friday...
  • Former Pegasus teacher with HIV files lawsuit

    A lawsuit has been filed against the Pegasus School in Huntington Beach by an HIV-positive teacher who claims he was harassed and then forced to quit under threat. Science teacher and Irvine resident Matthew Edmondson is accusing the head of the school...
  • Commentary: Why I vote no

    As the only independent on the Ocean View School District Board of Trustees, I am frequently asked why I vote no. I am writing to explain recent events from my perspective. I voted no on classroom size increase. Ocean View district administration has...
  • Around Town: Working with impoverished around the world

    Around Town: Working with impoverished around the world
    Concern America is holding its 16th annual Walk Out of Poverty on Saturday in Fountain Valley. The five-mile walk-a-thon is designed to raise funds for projects in Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Colombia and Mozambique. Concern America trains...
  • Putting science at their fingertips

    Putting science at their fingertips
    Textbooks have been the tried-and-true method of relaying information to student, but with recent advances in technology those 300-page books may become paperweights. Blending the new with the traditional, Huntington Beach High School has started...
  • Flamboyant characters step out of the hat

    Flamboyant characters step out of the hat
    A trio of monkeys, one with a pierced lip, kicking up a storm. Big-voiced Sour Kangaroo testing her moves. Styrofoam-headgear-toting Whos gallivanting with instruments made from PVC pipe, toilet plungers and badminton birdies. It's high school, so...
  • Mailbag: Poseidon is no good for H.B.

    [The Huntington Beach] Poseidon Desalination plan is a boondoggle plan like every one they have proposed since Tampa Bay [in Florida]. They sold the idea of a desalination plant to the Huntington Beach City Council by promising it would never cost the...
  • Boys' Basketball Roundup: Chargers strike back

    Boys' Basketball Roundup: Chargers strike back
    Turn around was fair play, indeed, in this rivalry game between Edison High and Fountain Valley. When the teams met in the opening round of the Sunset League boys' basketball race, Fountain Valley scored the final 13 points of the Jan. 16 game to pull...
  • A day of surf and snow

    A day of surf and snow
    Plenty of Californians take pride in knowing they can surf in the morning and enjoy winter sports in the mountains in the afternoon, but it's a privilege not often taken advantage of. For three years, Red Bull has sponsored an event called the...
  • Men's Volleyball: Rustlers capture state title

    Men's Volleyball: Rustlers capture state title
    Golden West College won its sixth California Community College Athletic Assn. state championship in men's volleyball Saturday when the Rustlers edged Pacific Coast Athletic Conference rival Grossmont, 31-29, 26-24, 25-17. The state final was played in...
  • High School Roundup: Oilers repeat as champs in Hawaii

    A trip to Hawaii resulted in another tournament championship for the Huntington Beach High boys' volleyball team. A year ago, the Oilers captured the title of the Kamehameha Cup. During spring break last week, the Oilers returned to the tournament,...
  • High School Softball: Vikings, Oilers roll to victory

    High School Softball: Vikings, Oilers roll to victory
    Shelly Luth says her Marina High softball team is beginning to tap into its potential. The Vikings continued on that journey and on their winning ways in nonleague play Tuesday by scoring a 3-0 shutout of visiting Woodbridge. Junior pitcher Tera...