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The Solana Beach School District board: Vicki King, President Julie Union, Vice President Rich Leib, new board member Gaylin Allbaugh and Clerk Debra Schade. (Courtesy)



Julie Union named president of Solana Beach School District board

December 26, 2018

At its Dec. 13 meeting, the Solana Beach School District board selected Julie Union as the board’s new president. Union has been a member of the board since 2012 and has served in the roles of vice president and clerk. Union uses her leadership role on the school board to inform, educate and inspire parents […]


The exterior of the Del Mar Union School District office building. (Karen Billing)



Del Mar school district invites public to site ‘brainstorming’ meetings

December 24, 2018

The Del Mar Union School District has set the dates for its school site team meetings as it seeks input on developing a prioritized capital improvement plan to guide the work implementing $186 million in Prop MM funds. The district moved away from creating a district-wide facilities task force and decided instead to hold site specific meetings […]


San Diego Jewish community unites and marches together to shine light



San Diego Jewish community unites and marches together to shine light

December 12, 2018

Rabbi Mendel Polichenco, director of the Chabad Carmel Valley and Del Mar Jewish Center, joined the national March for Light Organization during the last night of Chanukah Dec. 9 to “spread a message of hope and a firm commitment to transforming the world from darkness to light,” according to a news release. Thousands marched across the country and the […]


New PHR community's students will remain assigned to Solana Ranch



New PHR community’s students will remain assigned to Solana Ranch

The Solana Beach School District board decided not to change its decision to assign some students from new Pacific Highlands Ranch homes to Solana Ranch Elementary School, based on revised projections of incoming student numbers and available capacity at the school. In October, the board assigned new students from the community of Sendero to Solana […]