Bonsall girls headed to state speech and debate championships

Bonsall girls headed to state speech and debate championships

BONSALL – Bonsall’s Jess Kennedy, Starr Lang and Bailey Ungaro have each qualified for the California High School Speech and Debate Championships. The girls attend Mission Vista High School, where Jess is a junior and Starr and Bailey are freshmen. Jess has qualified for the third year in a row – the first time a […]

CAE’s ASL class ends, Wire Sculptor class begins April 5

FALLBROOK – The College of Adaptive Education (CAE), an inclusive non-accredited “college-experience” program offered by the nonprofit Jeremiah’s Ranch, wrapped up another session with rave reviews. An Introduction to American Sign Language (ASL) benefited many who work with hearing impaired individuals. “I took this class in the hope it would help me be able to better […]

Community center offers Spring Day Camp

FALLBROOK – Local children are invited to attend Spring Day Camp, April 10-14, at the Fallbrook Community Center. Attendees will explore topics in science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day. Campers will complete hands-on, mind-enhancing projects. Other activities will include a field trip to Legoland, healthy cooking, arts and […]

Boys & Girls Club members give back to Fallbrook

Boys & Girls Club members give back to Fallbrook

FALLBROOK – On March 15, members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of North County picked up their brooms, trash bags and work gloves and hit the streets of Fallbrook to help give back to their community. Alongside community volunteer Jackie Heyneman, these members helped clean up downtown by sweeping and picking up trash around […]

BHS Honors Students win big at History Day competition

BHS Honors Students win big at History Day competition

BONSALL – On Feb. 25, the San Diego County Office of Education hosted the San Diego County division of the National History Day (NHD) competition. This year’s theme “Taking a Stand in History” inspired Honors students at Bonsall High School (BHS) to create visual exhibits, documentaries, performances, and essays highlighting courageous historical figures that exemplified […]

Today’s kids can suffer from ‘Activity Overload’

Courtesy of American Counseling Association Most of us remember our childhood days as happy, fun times. Sure, there was school work, but also lots of free time, friends to hang with, and none of the stress we adults face. But is childhood today all that carefree?  Examine your child’s schedule and you may find it’s much […]

Tozer graduates from Fort Lewis College

DURANGO, COLO. – Kenneth Tozer of Fallbrook graduated from Fort Lewis College during fall commencement ceremonies Dec. 17. He received a bachelor’s degree with a major in engineering. More than 200 students participated in the ceremony. Fort Lewis College is the Southwest’s crossroads of education and adventure on a mesa above historic Durango, Colo.

Fallbrook A Leer reading event to be held April 1

Fallbrook A Leer reading event to be held April 1

FALLBROOK – The 13th annual Fallbrook A Leer/Reading and Family Literacy event will be held on Saturday, April 1, at the Maie Ellis Educational Center campus from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. The enjoyment of reading at home plays an important role in the academic success of children. Families […]

Stubbs named to Dean’s List at MCPHS University

BOSTON, MASS. – Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Science (MCPHS University) is pleased to announce the students who have been named to the Dean’s List for the fall 2016 semester. They include Caroline Stubbs, a native of Fallbrook, who is pursuing a doctor of pharmacy degree. Stubbs will graduate in 2022 from the Boston campus. […]

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