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What's good in education, Sept. 16, 2009

Vol. X, No. 5

Posted: September 16, 2009 11:00 a.m.
Updated: September 16, 2009 11:30 a.m.

Students, staff, parents, district administrators and elected officials gathered in the outdoor amphitheater at Rancho Pico Junior High School recently to celebrate the school's designation as a California Distinguished School.

 

District Honors Teachers of the Year
Seventeen teachers from across the Hart District are being honored as site Teachers of the Year, selected by their peers and the administration at each school.

The District Teacher of the Year, to be announced at tonight's Governing Board meeting, will represent the Hart District at the County level, where a small number of honorees are selected to represent Los Angeles County at the state and possibly even the national level. All 17 local teachers will be honored at a luncheon this fall at Robinson Ranch in addition to their Governing Board presentation.

This year's honorees are Bruce Arnold, Placerita Junior High; Zaid Bakoo, Saugus High; Brady Burrill, West Ranch; Christine Enns, Valencia; Mary Gaskin, Bowman; Jeff Gilbert, Rio Norte; Jamie Hawn, Golden Oak Adult School; Daren Hoisington, Academy of the Canyons; Jennifer Huhn, Golden Valley; Nelson King, La Mesa; Lori Ann Levy-Holm, Rancho Pico; Laura Luxmore, Sequoia Charter School; Chris Mansfield, Hart High; Brenda Monteleone, Arroyo Seco; Mike Motherspaw, Canyon; Ilona Pennay, Sierra Vista; and Jennie Siemens, Early College High School.

Rancho Pico Celebrates Distinguished School
Students, staff, parents, district administrators and elected officials gathered in the outdoor amphitheater at Rancho Pico Junior High School recently to celebrate the school's designation as a California Distinguished School.

The award is granted to less than 5 percent of schools in the state. Rancho Pico's application emphasized the school's strong interdisciplinary team structure and its targeted intervention program.

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