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    SCV Officials Offer Info About Special Education Resources

    Santa Clarita Valley Special Education Local Plan Area, or SELPA, officials are encouraging parents with children who may have special needs to contact their local school district office.


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    College Of The Canyons Announces New Summer Session

    College of the Canyons officials have announced the addition of a new five-week summer session beginning on July 14 to ensure that all students and members of the community are able to enroll in the courses needed for graduation, transferring or pursuing career goals.

    Lorena Ochoa To Host Charity Golf Classic At Valencia Country Club

    Lorena Ochoa, an international golf champion, and American Hakko are partnering to raise money for the La Barranca Educational Center in Guadalajara, Mexico. Their second annual Charity Golf Classic is scheduled for Tuesday.

    County Education Officials Put Acton-Agua Dulce Charter Plans On Hold

    A county education official recently ordered the Acton Agua Dulce Unified School District to hold off on the approval of five new charter schools by its governing board, citing concerns about the district's finances

    Sulphur Springs Superintendent Announces December Retirement Plans

    Sulphur Springs School District Superintendent Robert Nolet announced his intent to retire at a recent board meeting, after 33 years with the Santa Clarita Valley elementary school district

    Charter School Bill SB 1263 Passes In Senate, Headed To Assembly

    A bill sponsored by Santa Clarita Valley educators, which would reform charter school law in the state's education code, passed a Senate floor vote

    New Principals For Rio Norte And Sierra Vista Junior High Schools Announced

    The Hart School District is happy to announce two new Junior High School Principals were selected at the regular Hart District Governing Board meeting held on May 21, 2014, to replace two principals who were promoted to high school positions, following the announcements of two high school principal retirements at the end of this school year.

    SCVi Learners Create Living History For Civil War Reenactment

    Instead of studying the Civil War in a textbook, 8th grade learners at SCVi Charter School created their own Civil War Living History at Rancho Camulos on Thursday. They staged mock battles and sold handmade souvenirs.

    Hart District Still Investigating Valencia High Baseball Coach Jared Snyder

    More than six weeks after Valencia High baseball head coach Jared Snyder took a leave of absence after accusations of financial impropriety were made against him, the Hart district is still conducting an audit to assess the situation, according to law enforcement officials.

    Hart District Hires Jon Carrino As New Director Of Technology

    The state’s Common Core Standards Initiative is bringing an influx of technology into classrooms statewide, and the Hart district hired a Santa Clarita Valley product to take on the new challenge locally, officials announced Wednesday. Jon Carrino, 38 of Palmdale, a Sierra Vista Junior High and Canyon High School grad, was named the district’s new director of technology at the William S. Hart Union High School District board meeting this week. His new post will take effect July 1. “It’s really going to be key that we’re there and involved in the discussion as a support function for teachers and students,” Carrino said, discussing his new promotion Thursday. The Hart district oversees about 22,000 students in the Santa Clarita Valley's public junior highs and high schools.