Teacher of the Year deadline nears

Teachers’ Insurance Plan, an auto insurance program exclusively for educators (underwritten in California by Response Insurance Company), announced that time is running out to nominate the California 2004-2005 “Teacher of the Year.” The award will include $1,000 to the winning teacher in the state and a $500 grant to that teacher’s school. The state winner […]

Students earn awards

St. Stephen Lutheran School acknowledges the following students with the highest scores in their Accelerated Reading Program for both the first and second quarters. This photo shows their first quarter high scorers: (back row, from left) Maggie Montague, Lauren Faust, Jeremiah Krauss, Elsa Schober, (front row) Chelsea Urquhart, Leah Rosenow, Nathan King, Emilie Rosenow, and Genivee Gast. […]

Tindall to attend Inauguration

The Junior Presidential Youth Inaugural Conference (JPYIC) in Washington, DC, selected Nathan Tindall, a Fallbrook eighth-grader, to attend the Presidential Inauguration. Nathan is one of 400 middle school youths selected from the United States for this honor. The United Methodist Church sponsored Nathan, who is a member of the church, along with his mother Linda […]

Anne Frank Day

On Thursday, January 27, the eighth graders made it through sitting in silence for four hours during Sullivan’s annual Anne Frank Day. Eighth graders were not allowed to speak above a whisper and could only communicate to other students in their ‘families’ of about five to seven other classmates. Also, the only food and drink […]

Transformation at Vallecitos School

In the teachers’ lounge at Rainbow’s Vallecitos Elementary School the cabinets were a hideous pink and the rest of the room was a rather dull nondescript color. However, that was all changed during the last holiday weekend, when the room was miraculously transformed into ‘Caffé del Professore,’ a chic room with a Tuscan bistro flavor. […]