CARLSBAD — During its annual review of school attendance and boundaries at its May 22 meeting, the Carlsbad Unified School District (CUSD) Board of Trustees debated changing elementary school attendance boundaries in anticipation of higher student enrollments resulting from Bressi Ranch, Quarry Creek and other new or planned housing developments within the next few years.
CARLSBAD — At a hearing before the San Diego County Board of Education on March 18, Oxford Preparatory Academy (OPA) representatives claimed that its petition to open a charter school in Carlsbad was misrepresented and denied unjustifiably by the Carlsbad Unified School District (CUSD).
OCEANSIDE — San Diego County Water Authority (SDCWA), city water districts and Home Depot are teaming up to hold Garden Friendly Plant Fairs across the county in an effort to help people recognize and choose low water-use plants and ground coverings for their yards.
COAST CITIES — When working with patients, Dr. Jeffrey Thompson uses electronic sound equipment, EEG machines, and heart rate variability monitors.
COAST CITIES — The San Diego County Board of Supervisors approved $324,000 for a program that gauges whether local waters are too polluted to swim in.
SAN DIEGO — These days, people use social media to publicize all sorts of personal information to their friends and family.
CARLSBAD — After less than two months of review and a three-hour public meeting on Dec. 4, the CUSD (Carlsbad Unified School District) Board of Trustees unanimously denied the Oxford Preparatory Academy’s petition to open a charter school this fall.
OCEANSIDE — All Oceanside Unified School District fifth-grade students, for the next three years, will have the opportunity to visit the Oceanside Museum of Art for a private museum tour and hands-on learning activities. The fifth-grade field trip is possible thanks to a $72,000 grant from the Price Family Charitable Fund that funds the ArtQuest@OMA [...]
ENCINITAS — The Arts Alive banner exhibit will proceed as planned according to organizers after a rocky start. The event was originally going to be dedicated to the late City Council member Maggie Houlihan who died Sept. 16. Danny Salzhandler, coordinator of the project, said more than 100 banners with a sketch of Houlihan on [...]
ENCINITAS — The gourd art of Grace Anne Swanson will be on exhibit in the lobby of the Encinitas Library from Jan. 9 through Feb. 26. Gourds feature three themes: geometrics, floral and the sea. Each piece of art is carved, burned, dyed, painted and embellished. “I love lots of color — bright, shiny color,” [...]