The competition, themed "native critters that call the Tri-County region home," is currently accepting photo submissions.
Lucia Mar Unified School District Board of Education on Tuesday directed Superintendent Andy Stenson to cancel in-person instruction for the r…
Even with government assistance for nonprofits, the program will still need $50,000 this year to stay afloat.
Each of the organizations awarded a total of two scholarships, valued at $500 each. Denise Robles, from Lompoc High School, was named as the recipient of a scholarship from both groups, while Cabrillo High School student Morgan McIntyre claimed the other scholarship from the Lompoc Valley Democratic Club, and fellow Cabrillo student Daniela Jacobson was the recipient of the other award from the March For Our Lives committee.
I have found that during this time I have no idea what to do or how to react because I’m still a kid myself and have never experienced anything remotely close to this.
Parents are a really important part of this because at school, teachers already have a lot going on. They can't do it alone.
Santa Maria Joint Union High School District has developed a whole new grading plan as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic that will give studen…
Principal Paul Bommersbach began work late last week on a mural on the southern wall of the Lompoc High gym that includes the names of the 360 members of this year’s senior class, as well as a couple messages of support for the class. That move is in addition to a large banner that the school has begun publicly displaying around the city to congratulate the class on its accomplishments, despite what turned out to be an abbreviated final year.
Twenty-nine Solvang middle schoolers were recently tasked with applying their photography skills to American transcendentalist writer and phil…
The event was held, according to a Lompoc Unified School District spokeswoman, as a way for the employees "to show the students and their families that although they may not be at the school with them, they still care."
Construction continues Tuesday morning at the new Santa Maria-Bonita Unified School District elementary school in the Enos Ranch development. …
Patricia “Patty” Lopez, who primarily works as LUSD’s switchboard operator, was recently named the Office and Technical Classified Employee of the Year by the Santa Barbara County Education Office.
Various public school districts throughout the Santa Maria Valley have implemented schedule changes for no-cost meal pick-up at school campuses, with some schools not offering meal service this Friday, April 10.
Teachers from Robert Bruce Elementary School in Santa Maria paraded through neighborhood streets and alleys to encourage their students, who are stuck at home after coronavirus closures.
With schools set to remain closed at least through the end of April, LUSD is utilizing tutors through the California Student Opportunity and Access Program, also known as Cal-SOAP, to help the district’s more than 9,700 students keep up with classwork during the widespread shutdowns.
Christopher Neel, a custodian with LUSD for the past five years, said that he doesn’t believe that he and other custodians have been trained properly in regards to handling this particular coronavirus, and that the current cleaning methods are putting everyone who enters schools sites — including students, staff and parents — at a heightened risk for possible infection.
Lompoc Unified School District officials announced Wednesday morning that classes would remain canceled at least through the end of April. When schools were first shuttered on March 16, the closures were anticipated at that time to last at least through April 3.
The Santa Maria-Bonita School District has suspended all meal and Chromebook distributions to families and ordered its employees to stay home following Gov. Gavin Newsom's statewide shelter-at-home order Thursday.
The Lucia Mar Unified School District has announced extended school closures until at least April 20, affecting more than 10,600 students at 18 campuses in southern San Luis Obispo County.
Fremont Public Schools will offer breakfast and lunch to children starting Monday, March 23.
In response to the growing coronavirus crisis, Lompoc Unified School District announced Friday that it will be canceling classes beginning March 18 through at least April 3.
Theater students from PCPA brought the magic of books and language to life Thursday for pupils at Santa Maria elementary schools through a program that benefits readers and listeners alike.