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Jay Berman March 25, 2014 at 09:12 am
Allow trained teachers and administrators to concealed carry .. gun free zones are the worst thing,Read More someone with bad intention doesn't give a crap about a gun free zone ...
Frank H. Robles March 25, 2014 at 10:36 am
Armed Security , on campus is worth the Money...!!!
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Jay Berman March 23, 2014 at 10:22 am
We had this defeated as well as mumps and measles that are all starting to come back because of boneRead More headed parents who refuse to immunize ... it works and everyone needs to be immunized for it to continue to work ...
Katydid March 24, 2014 at 10:33 am
Jay - "Five children who were up to date on their vaccinations have come down with pertussisRead More recently in San Diego County" So, what is the point, especially with people coming in from other countries unchecked bringing back diseases that were essentially eradicated?
Jay Berman March 25, 2014 at 09:18 am
Everyone needs to be vaccinated. You can still get the disease even if you are vaccinatedRead More especially very young who may have not established the immunity. I'm sure a lot of the disease IS coming across our porous borders but more and more parents are refusing to vaccinate based on misinformation .. study after study has ruled out autism and other problems due to vaccines. Thimerosal has been removed from most vaccines years ago even though there is nothing wrong with it ..
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CardiffCreature February 7, 2014 at 05:16 am
They don't have bus service. That impacts the quality of life of parents and people living close toRead More the school. Bigfoot would be in awe of this district's indirect carbon footprint.
Marianne February 7, 2014 at 10:48 am
Hi Cardiff Creature, a bus service would be so nice! You might be happy to know though how many ofRead More us walk and ride bikes to school- we have year-long efforts and incentives to do this. The kids and parents love it. SANDAG is also involved in efforts to make the roads and walkways more accessible. It's a focus goal for all of us.
CardiffCreature February 7, 2014 at 12:46 pm
Why isn't bus service a goal for all of us? What does it mean to be more accessible? How is thatRead More measured? How is Flora Vista going to become more accessible? How many more people will walk or ride after your current goals are met? 3%, 5%? What is the projected impact? Do people involved even know why people drive? Is it big oil brainwashing? Or, is it time management? Will the accessibility changes reduce the time it takes to get to school on foot? By how much? Can you give examples of how that will happen? Will motor vehicle transport still be utilized after these accessibility changes are implemented? If so, will you join me in the effort to bring buses back to the district????? If not, why not?
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Doug Heflin February 5, 2014 at 09:46 pm
CORRECTION: The SDHS Class of '75 was the last class to have seniors from throughout the district.Read More TPHS opened without seniors that year. Sorry, '74~
Lynn Marr January 30, 2014 at 11:07 pm
Save Pacific View! Donated land, given to locals "for the children" and futureRead More generations should not be privatized for more high density development. The highest and best use is NOT about a one time injection of money for "rainy day reserves" into the District's facilities improvement funds. The highest and best use would be to allow the City to purchase at $1 million over the current appraisal, using local comps, in current zoning, for a true community arts and learning center. Superintendent Baird has been in North County for less than five years. He doesn't understand the significance of this irreplaceable, historical asset, part of our community character and our heritage. Baird, while superintendent for Ojai Unified School District tried to prevent that community from building a surplus schoolsite there, even though the skatepark had the support of many volunteers, the police dept. and the City of Ojai. When Baird was recruited to replace Superintendent Lean King, in EUSD, in late 2009, the Ojai community was able to realize their vision and build the skatepark! Baird had wanted a "one time injection of money" in Ojai by selling that property to would-be strip mall style developers. Encinitas voters passed Prop A, in June of last year. No matter who is trying to rezone property, including a School District or the County, the public is now entitled to vote when public/semi-public is proposed to be rezoned to commercial, mixed use, or residential.
Paul Martin December 27, 2013 at 06:25 am
Thank you for writing this article about this Laila. What a brave young lady and god for her forRead More setting a good example. I love reading the Encinitas Patch!!
Caroline L. Petrie December 5, 2013 at 05:11 pm
Our hearts and support go out to those affected by the terrible effects of meningitis. TheRead More Meningitis Foundation of America offers extensive information regarding diagnosis, immunization, recovery and the after effects of meningitis. MFA survives primarily by donations. For the past 16 years, we have assisted people through support groups, resources and advocacy in efforts to help those affected with meningitis overcome and those around them understand the journey ahead. We promote prevention and safety measure in at risk communities and help explain the short term, long term effects and recovery treatments of meningitis to the media and public at large. Meningitis is a dangerous & often times fatal infection that can lead to serious life-long physical problems and even death. We are here to provide emotional support to those who need it; please feel free to reach out to us at www.musa.org and customersupport@musa.org Daisi Pollard Sepúlveda-Low National President Meningitis Foundation of America, Inc. World Meningitis Day 24 April