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  • Critical thinking is the norm at Hebrew Academy

    Critical thinking is the norm at Hebrew Academy
    As public school districts in Southern California begin to implement the Common Core State Standards in the classroom, one private school in Huntington Beach can claim that it has been focusing on critical thinking — an aspect of the new educational criteria — for 45 years.
  • Students really animated by computer class

     Students really animated by computer class
    Students use computers — and their imaginations — to bring to life pirates walking on ships, pumpkins talking, oranges getting bruised and balls bouncing in the ACME Animation class at Ethel Dwyer Middle School in Huntington Beach. The...

    Third F.V. school nominated for state award

    Courreges Elementary School was recently added to the list of Fountain Valley School District elementary schools nominated for a California Distinguished School honor. The announcement of the nominations of Newland and Gisler elementary schools was...

    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...

    Assistance League lends financial hand to teachers

    Assistance League lends financial hand to teachers
    With computers all over school campuses these days, teachers are finding ways to help students get the most out of the technology. Fourth-grade teacher Mary Hardy's effort to do just that received a boost Monday when she was awarded a chunk of the money...