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    College Of The Canyons Student Accepted Into NASA Program

    Gaby Mendoza, from Ecuador, started at College of the Canyons campus for the first time three years ago with a lack of direction and no social circle to latch onto.

    Those circumstances were only temporary — as with her acceptance to NASA's National Community College Aerospace Scholars (NCAS) program in August, Mendoza confirmed her transformation from awkward newcomer to role model.

    Annual Audit For The Newhall School District

    A positive annual audit is a point of pride for the business department in the Newhall School District, officials said in a news release.

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    For the last nine years, the Newhall School District received flawless audits from external auditing firms, according to school officials.

    Newhall School District Observed As A "Showcase" District

    The Newhall School District is one of only six districts in the state that has been selected by the California Department of Education Special Education Division as a participant in the Least Restrictive Environment – Supporting Inclusive Practices Promising Districts Grant.

    The district will receive a grant of $236,666 in 2014-2015 for its involvement in this program. As a "showcase" district, NSD will receive visitors during the year to observe its special education programs and NSD staff will make presentations throughout the state about the district's programs.

    Reyes Winery To Help WiSH Foundation With Harvest Festival Saturday

    For years, Santa Clarita Valley residents have been rolling up their sleeves and finding ways to support local schools, teachers and students. 

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    Now they can roll up their pant legs and get their feet wet from stomping grapes for the same reason.

    Saugus High School Welcomes New Engineering Pathway

    Forty freshmen have been selected to participate in a brand new four-year engineering pathway program that uses hands-on, STEM based curriculum at Saugus High School.

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    COC Football Player Still In Critical Condition After Fatal Crash Friday

    One of the three College of the Canyons football players who was in a multiple vehicle collision in Sylmar Friday is still in critical condition, officials said Monday.

    SCV Education Foundation To Host Last Sip Of Summer Fundraiser

    The Santa Clarita Valley Education Foundation is holding its Last Sip of Summer fundraiser 3 p.m. Sunday at Robinson Ranch, officials said Wednesday.

    Hart District Superintendent Makes Statement On Election Changes

    Hart district Superintendent Rob Challinor sent a message to the Santa Clarita Valley on Thursday, saying while the district is changing to area-based elections, “It will not alter the way the district is governed.” Hart district officials decided to move to districts with a 4-1 vote July 16 because the change provided officials with a “safe harbor” from a potential lawsuit, said Hart district governing board President Steve Sturgeon. “The CVRA has promoted a great deal of legal action and policy discussion throughout the state,” Challinor said. “The Hart board took this proactive step to avoid a potential legal challenge and to honor the law’s intention, which is to ensure that minority groups are not denied the opportunity to elect candidates and/or pass measures of their choice.”

    New English Language Framework Announced To Help California Teachers

    State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Tom Torlakson has announced a new framework to help California teachers teach English language arts.

    CORRECTION: Hart District Releases Attendance Report On Eligible Students

    Hart district officials released projections anticipating more than 200 fewer students at Valencia High,