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November 7, 2018

KEYS Teen Competes in Figure Skating

Caleb Lofgren, 15, is a KEYS sophomore who has begun competitive skating this year.  Despite having only recently begun, he has progressed quickly, passing 10 U.S. figure skating tests within six months.  His coaches have included Tammy Gambill, who has since moved to Colorado Springs to lead the U.S. Figure Skating Olympic Team to Beijing in 2022.

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October 19, 2018

Student Artist Profile: Laryssa Perez

Laryssa Perez, 11, is a 6th-grade student who previously attended Palm Academy. She now lives in Oceanside. She likes to draw anime and abstract portraits.

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October 19, 2018

ORAA Students Perform Selections from Hamilton

Seventh and 8th-grade students from the Otay Ranch Student Center held their Fall Art Expo which featured selections from the musical Hamilton, including dancing, songs and theatrical scenes.

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October 19, 2018

Students Study Life in Medieval Village at Murrieta

The 4th, 5th and 6th grades of the Murrieta Student Center Classical Homeschool Academy are studying daily life in a medieval European town with Teacher Katherine Hoppe.

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October 19, 2018

Magnolia 3rd Grader Participates in “Natural” Pageants

Ciaran Shaw, 8, is a 3rd-grade student at Magnolia Student Center who is a reigning queen for the Miss Norco pageant and a National Junior for the Miss Route 66 pageant. As her mother, Mary Shaw, explained, “These are ‘natural’ pageants that are judged on poise and presence as well as speaking and require quite a bit of community service.”

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September 17, 2018

NASA Rep Speaks to Students on Space, Robotics

Students in the Riverside Learning Center’s First Lego League class enjoyed a presentation on space and robotics from Tom Munnecke of NASA’s Solar System Ambassadors Program, reported Jill Collopy, a learning center teacher.

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