Articles Tagged With ‘San Luis Obispo County Office of Education’

Lucia Mar shuffles school board seats

The Lucia Mar school board has approved a plan to more evenly distribute trustee seats among electoral areas. The board voted to move one trustee seat from the Arroyo Grande area to the Nipomo area, with the change taking effect... (Continue reading)

About 250 SLO County youth are homeless

There are 248 teens living on the streets of San Luis Obispo County, according to the county office of education. [KSBY] Officials say the amount of homeless youth in the county is not abnormal. There are about 1.5 million homeless... (Continue reading)

Lucia Mar to redraw its inner boundaries

The Lucia Mar school board voted Tuesday in favor of redrawing the district’s internal boundaries based on population. [Tribune] Lucia Mar has seven trustees on its school board. The trustees represent four areas, each having one to three representatives. Area... (Continue reading)

SLO County maintenance supervisor allegedly spied on workers

The maintenance supervisor and lead custodian for the San Luis Obispo County Office of Education secretly recorded, spied on and repeatedly harassed employees, according to claims filed on Oct. 29 by Avila Beach-based attorneys with the Tardiff Law Offices In... (Continue reading)

Camp Hapitok is back

A week after canceling the 2015 edition of Camp Hapitok amid a dispute with county officials, organizers have announced that the sleep-away program for youth with speech disorders will take place this summer. Last week, Friends of Hapitok announced that... (Continue reading)

Speech disorder camp canceled after dispute with SLO County

A summer camp for Central Coast children with speech and language disorders has cancelled its 45th year of operation, following a dispute with the San Luis Obispo County Office of Education over a legal issue, according to a news release... (Continue reading)

SLO County superintendent to retire

San Luis Obispo County Superintendent of Schools Julian Crocker announced Tuesday that he will step down in January 2015 when his term ends. [Tribune] Crocker, 72, will have served as superintendent for 16 years when he retires. He said now... (Continue reading)