EUSD

City to buy Pacific View for $10 million

City to buy Pacific View for $10 million

ENCINITAS — Near the steps of the Pacific View property on Thursday, Councilman Tony Kranz and EUSD Board President Marla Strich announced the city would purchase the property from the district for $10 million.

EUSD accepts city’s offer for Pacific View property

EUSD accepts city’s offer for Pacific View property

District also postpones auction as a safeguard

2.5% pay increase approved for teachers, management at EUSD

2.5% pay increase approved for teachers, management at EUSD

ENCINITAS — All 545 EUSD (Encinitas Union School District) employees received a 2.5 percent raise — retroactive to July 2013 — as part of a three-year contract.

EUSD declines meeting with city before Pacific View auction

EUSD declines meeting with city before Pacific View auction

ENCINITAS — EUSD (Encinitas Union School District) declined the city’s offer to sit down and negotiate one last time before the Pacific View auction.

Updated: EUSD asking at least $9.5 million for Pacific View

Updated: EUSD asking at least $9.5 million for Pacific View

The City Council said it’s still interested in the property

Man protesting yoga program outside of EUSD schools

Man protesting yoga program outside of EUSD schools

ENCINITAS — A local man has been staging protests at Encinitas Union School District (EUSD) campuses, holding signs that urge parents to opt their children out of the district’s yoga program.

First-of-its-kind program has EUSD students tracking stormwater

First-of-its-kind program has EUSD students tracking stormwater

CARLSBAD — Fifth-graders at El Camino Creek Elementary wiggled, gyrated and twisted inside a classroom last week. The reason: it was perfectly sunny outside, and they figured a rain dance was in order.

EUSD extends Baird’s contract

EUSD extends Baird’s contract

ENCINITAS — The EUSD (Encinitas Union School District) Board of Trustees approved a four-year contract for Superintendent Tim Baird at Tuesday’s school board meeting.

Farming education center closer to taking root

Farming education center closer to taking root

ENCINITAS — The plans include seven acres of organic crops. Bordering those, a one-acre satellite campus, another acre for a community farm and then space for researchers to develop innovative farming techniques as well as alternative energy.

School yoga program ‘passes constitutional muster’

School yoga program ‘passes constitutional muster’

Judge John Meyer ruled Monday morning that an Encinitas school yoga program can continue, setting a legal precedent in possibly the first trial of its kind.