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Kirsten Vital will make the move south from Alameda Unified.
The law school was opened in 2009, the first new public school in state in nearly 50 years.
"Building the Middle School is the last major step in completing the Campus Master Plan envisioned a decade ago," say school officials.
How much is a guaranteed parking space and upfront seats worth to you?
The South Coast Regional Occupational Program offers more than 50 career and technical education courses especially designed to meet educational standards and industry needs.
San Juan Hills High students put a cinematic twist on the annual tradition at local high schools, designed to prevent drinking and driving.
The district will add 10 portable classrooms to accommodate the growth.
Four schools in Capo and four in Saddleback Valley make the cut.
Norah Arafeh will spend a year in Jordan is to analyze how Jordanian institutions are helping accommodate Syrian university student refugees in Amman, Jordan.
Marcus Walton has accepted a similar position at a school district up north.
Capo Unified staff also want a three-year contract.
But in interviews with a district consultant, they do believe they come together for the most important issues facing the sprawling district.
A message from Tom Ressler.
A focus group and separate survey produce a long list of both positives and negatives about the district.
Still, the non-teaching employees at Capistrano Unified say there is a “family atmosphere despite woes.”
In other findings, some question whether the school board supports public education.
The school district would like to know and has scheduled public forums for you to express your views.
The board will consider asking the state to waive any financial penalties for big class sizes as a precaution, even though it may be unnecessary for the first time in two years.