Articles Tagged With ‘Education’




Paso Robles alligator causes stir in Antelope Valley

A “Zoo to You” alligator and resident of Paso Robles opportunely defecated in its cage last week on a ride home from an Antelope Valley elementary school. [LA Times] On June 4, Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies held a photo-op... (Continue reading)

SLO Mini Maker Faire at Mission Plaza, event photos

The first annual SLO Mini Maker Faire was held May 11 at the Mission Plaza. Find local events as at CalCoastNews’ Event Calendar. If you would like to buy a high-resolution print of any of these photos, aside from those of... (Continue reading)

Student run store provides free clothes and resources

Students at Pacific Beach High School in San Luis Obispo opened a new store on Friday to provide free clothing and school supplies for junior high and high school-aged kids. [KSBY] The school’s seventeen homeless students along with other students... (Continue reading)

What is meditation?

By GARY E FORESMAN MD (Editor’s note: This is part four in a five-part in a five-part series on stress management.) Meditation is not stress reduction. Nor is it prayer, or thought control, or “having no thoughts”, or any myriad... (Continue reading)

Two documentary screenings set for Monday evening

Documentary film fans can see two screenings Monday evening in San Luis Obispo County. At 5:30 p.m., the Lucia Mar Unified School District will show the film Bullied at the Clark Center in Arroyo Grande. A panel discussion will follow... (Continue reading)

Balloon Fest 2013, event photos

Last month, the Endeavour Institute hosted an exciting STEM Education (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) oriented Balloon Fest. Find local events as at CalCoastNews’ Event Calendar. If you would like to buy a high-resolution print of any of these photos, aside... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles High School journalists earn national recognition

A hotbed for journalism is developing in the North County. Paso Robles High School’s new magazine, the Crimson, earned its sixth consecutive top-10 finish for the National Scholastic Press Association’s (NSPA) best of show award at the National High School... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly students ranked hot and smart

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and the University of California in Santa Barbara both ranked in the list of the top 25 schools where the hottest and smartest students attend classes. [Business Insider] College Prowler ranked American schools based on... (Continue reading)

Orcutt woman escapes abuse charges

Criminal child abuse charges against an elderly Orcutt woman will not be refiled after a Santa Maria jury failed to reach a verdict, ending a three-year legal odyssey. (Santa Maria Times) Bertha Savoy, 74, a longtime special education teacher, had... (Continue reading)

Cuesta summer sessions bloom again

Cuesta College officials are anticipating full classes for summer sessions, a harbinger of better times ahead in most of the state’s two-year colleges in the wake of new Prop. 30 funding. It’s the first hint of positive movement for California’s... (Continue reading)