District students outperform county and state counterparts in testing

FALLBROOK — Students throughout the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District have reason to be proud. Not only does state standardized testing show that they made gains in math and English language arts, but they also outpaced their peers on both the county and state levels. And while scores on the California Assessment of Student Performance […]

Ahrend, Serrano, Vizzuett and Weber honored as Students of the Month

Ahrend, Serrano, Vizzuett and Weber honored as Students of the Month

Cheyenne Cokeley Writer Intern Each month during the school year, the Fallbrook Student of the Month organization recognizes four excellent students from the Fallbrook Union High School District. Kaylee Ahrend of Oasis High and Paula Serrano, Jennifer Vizzuett and Natalie Weber of Fallbrook High were honored as the Students of the Month for October at […]

Project Ares amps up the 2017 SoCal Cyber Cup Challenge

SAN DIEGO –Securing Our eCity Foundation, National Defense Industry Association and National University announced they will be using the Project Ares platform by Circadence and supported by ScaleMatrix for the SoCal Cyber Cup Challenge. “I am so excited for this year’s challenge,” Liz Fraumann, executive director of the Securing Our eCity Foundation, said. “The program […]

Fallbrook school invites families to experience STEM

FALLBROOK – Fallbrook Union Elementary School District invites families to see how science, technology, engineering and math education inspires the next generation of innovators at an event held in partnership with Discovery Education, 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Oct. 14, at Fallbrook Street Elementary School. During the event, students and families will have the opportunity to […]

Teaching children savings habits is valuable lesson

Eric Hutchinson Special to the Village News As Jodi walked to class that day, the freshman noticed a large circle of booths spread out across the main courtyard of campus. Scattered among the booths was one giving away free T-shirts with the school’s mascot on it. All Jodi had to do to get the free […]

Boys & Girls Clubs of North County opens doors to community

Boys & Girls Clubs of North County opens doors to community

FALLBROOK – The Boys & Girls Clubs of North County opened their doors to hundreds of children and their families Saturday, Sept. 16, for their annual Day for Kids event. Day for Kids is community event designed for youth and their families to enjoy quality time together while participating in free games, face painting, swimming […]

Rotary Club of Fallbrook salutes Live Oak Students of the Month

FALLBROOK – Live Oak Elementary School Principal Dr. Wendy Kerr presented the Students of the Month for September – Sinuhe Santiaguillo and Paulina Sebastian – to the Rotary Club of Fallbrook at a recent luncheon. Santiaguillo is in the sixth grade and shared how he is an “everyday guy with a creative mind and big […]

Pala Valley Day enlightens students at Sullivan Middle School

Pala Valley Day enlightens students at Sullivan Middle School

BONSALL – Students and leaders from the Pala Band of Mission Indians took part in the second annual Pala Valley Day at Sullivan Middle School Sept. 26. Pala Valley Day celebrates and recognizes the culture and heritage of native students attending Sullivan Middle School. This year’s event was organized by eighth grade student Everly Diaz, […]

Bonsall West Elementary School to host Multicultural Festival

BONSALL – Bonsall West Elementary School will come alive with multicultural music, dance, food and activities at the fourth annual Multicultural Festival to be held 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 27. The free event showcases the histories, lifestyles and cultures of the people from around the world who are a part of the Bonsall […]