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  • Excerpts from administrator's email

    Editor's Note: The following are excerpts from a recent email Jane Garland, the Newport-Mesa Unified School District director of outreach and advocacy programs, sent to the school board and high-ranking district officials about the Corona del Mar High...
  • District official says cheating scandal mishandled

    District official says cheating scandal mishandled
    In an internal email that quickly went public, a top Newport-Mesa Unified School District official accused school and district administrators of mishandling the cheating scandal at Corona del Mar High. Jane Garland, who is in charge of discipline for...
  • Andersen security? Trustees still on the fence

    After listening to reports from several local agencies urging Newport-Mesa Unified School District trustees to approve fencing at Andersen Elementary School, the board directed staff to continue drafting plans for the project. However, trustees did...
  • Newport-Mesa administrator resigns in protest

    Newport-Mesa administrator resigns in protest
    An administrator for the Newport-Mesa Unified School District resigned Wednesday after alleging the school district badly mishandled a computer-hacking scandal that resulted in the expulsion of 11 students. Jane Garland, who was deeply involved in the...
  • Coast district reviews draft reports

    The Coast Community College District board is continuing to take steps to maintain the accreditation of its three colleges. Trustees on Wednesday reviewed accreditation-related reports drafted by administrators at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa,...
  • Mailbag: Harbor should not have to accept CdM cheaters

    I read of the Newport-Mesa Unified School District trustees' decision in Thursday morning's Daily Pilot ["11 expelled in CdM cheating episode," Jan. 30]. Of course I support this decision. These students had zero conscience and were out to beat the...
  • Opinion split on students' expulsion

    Students and parents gave the school board mixed marks Wednesday after it decided to remove 11 students from Corona del Mar High School for allegedly hacking into the school computer system and enhancing their grades. Some said the kids should be...
  • 11 expelled in CdM cheating episode

    11 expelled in CdM cheating episode
    In the aftermath of the cheating scheme involving students at Corona del Mar High School, 11 were expelled from the school and the private tutor accused of assisting them remains at-large. As the clock ticked past five hours of closed-session...
  • Trustees vote to expel CdM students from school

    Trustees vote to expel CdM students from school
    After more than five hours of deliberation, Newport-Mesa Unified District trustees voted to remove from Corona del Mar High School the 11 students accused of participating in a detailed cheating scheme. Around 12:30 a.m., trustees emerged from their...
  • Mailbag: Allowing CdM students to transfer is outrageous

    As the parent of three children who have grown up in the Newport-Mesa Unified School District, I am shocked at the dialogue centering on the Corona del Mar High School kids who have been accused of cheating by changing grades. The principle of...
  • Apodaca: CdM cheaters must face, accept consequences

    Everyone is talking about the Corona del Mar High School cheating scandal. Since the news broke in December that a group of students, colluding with a private tutor, allegedly used a computer hacking device to alter grades and access tests, a day hasn't...
  • CdM students live their lessons

    CdM students live their lessons
    Environmental science came to life for Corona del Mar High students who helped with a restoration project as part of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. More than 40 students in Kim Rapp's Advanced Placement environmental science class spent three hours...