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Health and Safety at School (INACTIVE)

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  • Greer's OC: Enjoy free jazz performances

    Make it a Saturday night of jazz by attending a live free performance by Hal Willis Jazz Band, with special guest Robin Fellows, at the Hilton Waterfront Beach Resort in Huntington Beach. The big-band jazz event starts at 7 p.m. with a second showing...
  • Measure M would fund improvements

    The Coast Community College District has put a $698-million bond measure on the November ballot to support facility rehabilitation and construction. Measure M would help the district improve access for people with disabilities; install and repair...
  • Cuts stop before touching faculty at CCCD

    Coast Community College District instructors won't have to take furloughs like other district employees, the Board of Trustees said this week. "We were able to commit to no layoffs for any employees next year," said Trustee Jerry Patterson. "That's...
  • Steinberg: Horrigan helps young athletes play it safe

    Athletes are attracted to participate in sports at the high school level because of the bonding, competition and the many invaluable life lessons that they learn. Unfortunately, an adolescent body is still in the growing process and subject to a greater...
  • Bill calls for stronger parental consent

    Assemblyman Allan Mansoor (R-Costa Mesa) has introduced a bill that he says would strengthen laws that require parents' written consent before a school can let students out early for confidential medical procedures or to teach them about sex, gender and...
  • The College Conversation: Prepare your kids for independent living

    Editor's note: Lisa McLaughlin's colleague Ellen Gaddie, the mother of a University of Oregon sophomore, wrote this week's The College Conversation. * Parents worry. It's what we do. We're pretty good at it, actually. But for parents of college-bound...
  • The College Conversation: Don't favor activities over academics

    It should come as no surprise that the most important factor in college admissions is grades in rigorous courses. So unless your student is going to be a recruited athlete or an actress on Broadway, extracurricular activities should never trump...