Back to work!

Students and teachers alike welcomed a short, four-day week after a much-enjoyed three-day weekend celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Eighth graders, be sure to look through your old baby photos! Sullivan’s yearbook committee is now collecting pictures of our eighth grade students from when they were just babies or young toddlers to put in […]

Need homework help?

Free homework assistance is now available to all Live Oak School students. The help is available at Fallbrook St. School in room 21 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-7:30 p.m., so come by and stay a while. If you need more information, contact Mr. Villanueva, assistant principal of Live Oak School, at (760) 723-6700.

Kahle, Helling make Eagle Scout

On Nov. 9, 2004, Jordan Michael Kahle and Ryan Helling went before the Eagle Board of Review of the Boy Scouts of America in San Diego and passed with flying colors, making parents Bob & Valerie and Rob & Linda very proud. Both young men are members of Troop 731, which is sponsored by St. […]

Pala B&G Club receives $45,000

PALA — The Boys and Girls Clubs of North County has been awarded a $45,000 grant by the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) to implement a Diabetes Prevention Program at the Boys and Girls Club/Pala Unit. The TRAIL (Together Raising Awareness for Indian Life) program was designed to promote understanding of diabetes; reinforce healthy […]

Supervisors authorize revenue contract for

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors authorized a revenue contract for after-school programs at La Paloma Elementary School. The January 11 vote authorizes the director of the county’s Department of Parks and Recreation to execute a revenue contract for $75,792 between the County of San Diego and the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District for […]

Fallbrook students receive Zella M. Smith scholarships

Seven Fallbrook residents and graduates received college scholarships from the Zella M. Smith Scholarship Trust. In total, $13,500 was awarded for scholarships in 2004 to enrolled college students through the Fallbrook Branch of the American Association of University Women. The seven recipients of the Zella M. Smith Trust are Ashley Anderson, Jennifer Boren, Rebecca Gausepohl, […]

Once a teacher, always a teacher

Jean Dooley is a recently retired Spanish teacher and longtime resident of Fallbrook. She recently retired from teaching but shows her skills conveying her message. At a recent conference in the Bender Room at Fallbrook United Methodist Church Mrs. Dooley took the podium prepared. She, as a good teacher, held up flash cards portraying her […]

Fallbrook High School News: New York Nights

Winter Formal is only a few days away! This year’s theme is “New York Nights.” The formal will be held at the NCO Club on Camp Pendleton on Saturday, January 22. The dance is from 8-11 p.m. and tickets are still being sold. All students must purchase their tickets before 3 p.m. on Friday, as […]

Zion Lutheran collects footwear for international drive

Zion Lutheran School collected more than 300 pieces of footwear during the Shoes for Souls drive held last November. The school collected 232 pairs of shoes, 68 pairs of socks, and 16 pairs of shoelaces. The footwear will be donated to Third World countries through Buckner International, which manages the Shoes for Souls program. The […]

Promack honored at UC Santa Barbara

Jennifer Promack, an undergraduate student at the University of California, Santa Barbara, achieved excellence in her academic work during the fall quarter and has been selected for the Dean’s Honor List. With an enrollment of close to 20,000 students, UCSB offers bachelors, masters and doctoral degree programs in most academic disciplines.