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Encinitas’ Herman Cook Volkswagen part of education funding project

Volkswagen GTI. (Photo by Robert Haverly, Unsplash)

North Coast Current

August 3, 2019

Herman Cook Volkswagen has linked with to support teachers and projects in Encinitas schools, the car dealership announced Aug. 1.

Carlsbad foundation, Nordson Corp. partner for tech education events

STEM education refers to science, technology, engineering and math. (Photo by Dan MacDonald, Freeimages)

North Coast Current

February 5, 2019

Middle and high school students in the Carlsbad Unified School District will have the chance to participate in two hands-on, high-tech challenges sponsored by Nordson Corp. in partnership with the Carlsbad Educational Foundation.

Pacific View follow-up with Encinitas council slated for April 8

North Coast Current

March 10, 2015

The Encinitas City Council is slated to hear the results of a community forum on the future of the former Pacific View School property on April 8, according to Councilwoman Lisa Shaffer. The March 3 meeting’s primary objective was to discuss the selection of an operating partner for the site, which...

Encinitas seeks points of view March 3 for old school site

North Coast Current

February 26, 2015

The city of Encinitas’ Pacific View Activation Plan Subcommittee will hold its third public meeting from 2 to 4 p.m. March 3 at City Hall. The creation of a process to determine which Encinitas organizations will be involved in the former school site’s use is among the meeting agenda items, according...

Carlsbad Educational Foundation names new executive

North Coast Current

February 18, 2015

The Carlsbad Educational Foundation named Michelle J. Ginn as its new CEO on Feb. 17 following a unanimous board vote, the organization announced. Ginn brings a mix of business experience and community involvement to the position, according to the foundation’s statement. She was most recently dir...

Grauer School expeditions offer much more than ‘chalk and talk’

Grauer School student Natalie Brooks (right) works with a tribal member in Tanzania. (Grauer School photo)

Debbie L. Sklar

November 21, 2014

For some schools, building a rigorous education model requires a meticulous balance — and more. Take the Encinitas-based Grauer School, which is best known for balancing Socratic and discovery-based learning with rigorous college preparation. Founded in 1991, the school has 150 students and offers...

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