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Teaching and Learning (INACTIVE)

Teaching and Learning (INACTIVE)
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  • Pirates pursuing perfection in cross country

    Pirates pursuing perfection in cross country
    In the battle against complacency along the 5,000-kilometer cross country trail, the competition is not the sole buffer. There is, of course, also the matter of the stopwatch, its constant ticking a relentless measure of individual progress. And,...
  • Commentary: The importance of back-to-school nights

    Visit an elementary school at 10 a.m. in the middle of the week for a third-grade dance festival and you'll be lucky to find viewing space on the playground as you stand among parents with cellphones and iPads deployed in order to record the event. But...
  • District communicates its goals

    Newport-Mesa Unified School District Supt. Fred Navarro taught Newport Beach city leaders and residents their ABCs Thursday morning. This wasn't the traditional alphabet taught to young children, but rather the district's way to communicate its...
  • District says it won't pay claim

    Newport-Mesa Unified School District trustees refused this week to pay more than $28,000 to a Costa Mesa High School athlete who sustained four broken front teeth during what has been characterized as a friendly scuffle with a teammate. The student's...
  • Crenshaw helps Mesa get back on track

    Crenshaw helps Mesa get back on track
    On many Tuesday nights, up to two dozen football players pack a classroom at Costa Mesa High. They arrive after a long and grueling football practice for help with their schoolwork. Some players don't even have to show up for tutoring. They come and...
  • 'Eaters' O'Boyle retiring

    'Eaters' O'Boyle retiring
    Vince O'Boyle, whose coaching tenure is the second longest in the history of UC Irvine athletics, has announced his retirement, effective Dec. 31. O'Boyle is in his 32nd season as head coach of the Anteaters men's and women's cross country programs, and...
  • CdM street a parking lot

    CdM street a parking lot
    When Scott Ehlers moved with his family to Newport Beach, he hoped to find the best home possible to suit their needs. They chose a house on Aralia Street. Ehlers now finds himself among the residents frustrated with parking on the street. One block...
  • Apodaca: L.A. schools' iPad fiasco should serve as lesson

    As our local schools continue to experiment with ways to utilize technology, they are receiving a big lesson in how not to do it from our giant neighbor to the north. I'm talking about you, Los Angeles Unified. We really must thank for providing such...
  • JC Football: OCC suffers historic loss

    The Orange Coast College sports information department handed out the annual football yearbook before Saturday's Southern Conference game against visiting Grossmont. It turned out that the historical document came in handy, as research was required to...
  • Women's Volleyball: Lions' middles pounce

    It may have been two teams straddling the middle of the road in the Golden State Athletic Conference, but the women's volleyball units from No. 16-ranked Westmont College and host Vanguard University, ranked No. 18, are also among the top NAIA programs in...
  • High School Football: Murtha presence at Estancia

    ESTANCIA •The Eagles' star running back Robert Murtha graduated last year and is now at Orange Coast College. But Estancia still has a Murtha on the sidelines every week. It is Robert's mom, Christine, who is the Estancia football trainer this...
  • Strumming, singing and inspiring

    Strumming, singing and inspiring
    Don't let Scott Fitzpatrick's band's name fool you. He's no nomad. Sure, the Costa Mesa resident sings and plays guitar for the Fabulous Nomads, which bills itself as Orange County's oldest surf band. But during the week, he hardly lives the life of a...