Teacher of Year, Classified Employee of Year honored

Tara Reilly and Dee Jarvis were honored as Classifiedm Employee of the Year and Teacher of the Year, respectively, for Fallbrook Street School during a celebration held April 14. They were joined by business sponsors Faro Trupiano of Trupiano’s Italian Restaurant, Laura Salinas of Prudential California Realty and Richard (Tate) Young of FirstCommand Financial Planning […]

Community forum on Fallbrook Library

The Fallbrook Library will sponsor a community forum on Monday, May 2, from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. at the Fallbrook Public Utility District, 990 E Mission Road in Fallbrook. A consultant from the State Library in Sacramento will be on hand to facilitate the discussion to give local residents the opportunity to discuss the needs of the […]

Mommy & Me prepares for Arts in the Park

FALLBROOK — The Parents as Teachers weekly “Mommy & Me” group are eagerly anticipating Arts in the Park on April 24 in Live Oak Park. This year Mommy & Me are helping with a craft for pre-kindergartners. Moms and grandparents are experimenting with different crafts to see what the children would enjoy doing. Parents as […]

Passage of CSUSM athletic fee to increase opportunities for local athletes

The passage of an advisory vote for a student fee increase to fund Cal State University San Marcos athletics will benefit local athletes seeking to continue their playing careers after high school or community college. “We knew there was demand out there for another intercollegiate opportunity in San Diego County,” said Dr. Steve Nichols, the […]

David, David, Taft and Tate honored as exceptional

Teddi Tate of Ivy High School and Elizabeth David, Mary David and Rob Taft of Fallbrook High School were honored April 7 as exceptional high school students in the Fallbrook Union High School District at the Fallbrook Community Student of the Month breakfast held at Fallbrook Golf Club. “These young people represent what’s good, wholesome […]

STAR testing is important

I want to use this opportunity to talk to the parents and students of our community about STAR testing and the WASC process. As you may know, this is the time of year that students across the state participate in the annual STAR testing process. For Fallbrook High students, this means four days (mornings) of […]

Rock on!

Students and teachers are all getting back in the swing of things after a long and relaxing spring break. Tanner Sorenson, Miles Hamblen, Adam McGrath and Finn McGrath all put on a rockin’ show at lunchtime on March 24! The band, named Pure Divers, played many popular songs, such as Green Day’s “American Idiot” and […]

Pioneer Days a hit at Maie Ellis

FALLBROOK — For several years, Maie Ellis Elementary PTA has contributed monies to have ‘Pioneer Living’ come to present to the third grade students. Groups of students enjoy the experience of hands-on pioneer activities for about an hour, making more real, in our students’ minds, what it was like to live 150 years ago. They […]

Let’s Get Loud

Let’s Get Loud is the theme for this year’s dance performance at Fallbrook High School. This is one event you cannot miss! There will be around 20 different routines put on by the performance dance and advanced dance classes. The performances are on April 15 and 16 at 7 p.m. at the Bob Burton Performing […]

NCL scholarships deadline April 15

Friday, April 15, is the deadline for National Charity League (NCL) scholarship applications to be turned into the Career Center at Fallbrook High School. This year, NCL is pleased to offer five scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each to college-bound Fallbrook High graduating senior girls. The awards are based on grade point average, SAT/ACT […]