The purpose of the meeting is to inform the public about the process, identify strengths and needs of the district and to receive input regarding the desired characteristics of a new superintendent.
Anyone who is unable to attend the forum may provide written comments to:
The Cosca Group, 18751 Villa Woods Circle, Villa Park, CA 92861.
The written input form is available at school district headquarters, 550 Blumont St., and at www.lbusd.org.
‘Color It Orange’ exhibit on tap
Laguna College of Art and Design will hold it’s 36th annual “Color it Orange” juried art exhibit March 14 to 21 at the college’s main gallery and in several of its studios.
The extensive youth art exhibit will feature more than 600 pieces from 4,500 students in kindergarten through 12th grades in Orange County, who explore a variety of media including paintings, sculpture, prints and photography.
President of Designing Women and event coordinator Nancy Lawrence said she is passionate about the event that inspires our youth and encourages their creative talents.
“Over the past three and a half decades, thousands of young people have been given an opportunity to exhibit their work publicly and have been recognized for their talents. By valuing creativity, celebrating the work of children, and by honoring the dedication of their teachers, ‘Color it Orange’ has added inestimable value to the life of Orange County and has been instrumental in strengthening the arts throughout the region,” she said.
The panel of judges includes LCAD alumna Regina Jacobson, Julita Jones of Community Art Project, and Sherry Bullard of Laguna Outreach Community Arts. In addition to jurying the exhibition, the judges will select 10 high school students to receive scholarships to attend the summer Portfolio Development Class at LCAD to further their talents.