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NEWS
November 28, 2003
Weisbrod - Beaupre Anya Marie Weisbrod and Peter Lawrence Beaupre were married at the Pacific Edge in Laguna Beach on March 15, surrounded by family and friends from around the world. Weisbrod is the daughter of Peter and Ann Weisbrod, residents of Laguna Beach since 1970. She graduated from Laguna Beach High School in 1991, earned her bachelor's degree from Northwestern University in 1995 and is a producer at event marketing agency, Jack Morton Worldwide.
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NEWS
By Howard Hills | July 31, 2009
City Editor Cindy Frazier provided an insightful analysis of unresolved questions about the controversial and divisive name change at Laguna Beach High School in 2002 (From Canyon to Cove, ?Being true to their school,? July 24). The Laguna Beach High School Alumni Assn. hopes that any discussion of this issue is aimed at reconciliation and resolution, so we can focus without distractions on positive opportunities for alumni and the community to support the success of our high school.
NEWS
June 27, 2008
Miss Linda?s Castle holds dance recital Laguna Beach Community Services is sponsoring Miss Linda?s Castle sixth annual Dance Recital at 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the Laguna Beach High School Artists? Theatre. Performances feature students ages 3 to 10 singing and dancing to songs from ?High School Musical 2.? Tickets are $10 at the door. Call Linda Haylett at (949) 226-0105. Hospital Auxiliary awards nine scholarships The South Coast Medical Center Auxiliary has awarded scholarships to nine South Orange County students.
NEWS
November 4, 2005
Laguna Beach High parents can access their children's official records from their home computers.Parents of Laguna Beach High School students can now obtain their children's grades and other information -- such as attendance and tardiness records -- on the Internet. Aeries Browser Interface, an online grading system, was first tested by 15 teachers at Laguna Beach High School last year. As a result of the positive response, the system is being used by all of the high school's teachers and is available to parents and students.
NEWS
September 26, 2003
Rummage sale for girls' basketball Twenty families will hold a rummage sale at Laguna Beach High School selling clothes, furniture and more. Proceeds will benefit Laguna Beach High School girls' basketball. The sale will be from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the school. 'Friendraiser' at Claes set There will be a SchoolPower and Claes Andersen Friendraiser at Claes Restaurant. Andersen is hosting the event, which will include appetizers and champagne, dinner and wine.
NEWS
By By Cindy Shopoff | February 17, 2006
I have a saying in life: "The only thing you can count on is change." I developed this view from living a rather tumultuous childhood, coupled with further confusion into my 20s. This saying could be adopted by anyone reading this, given the nature of life. I have to admit I felt an undue sadness at hearing that Nancy Blade was resigning [as Laguna Beach High School principal]. I don't even know who I was sad for, just having the feeling, for what it's worth. I wish her best in whatever she sets her hand to. I haven't had long to get to know her but I have felt her heart for educating the children.
NEWS
May 1, 2009
Laguna Beach High School students resumed testing local ocean waters for bacteria this week after a three-month hiatus. The seven-year program, which had been sponsored by the Laguna Beach chapter of the Surfrider Foundation, was halted in December after Surfrider decided not to fund water testing in the schools. The Laguna Beach School District PTA Council stepped in with funding to continue the program through the end of the year. The bacteria counts are not considered official by the county Health Department, which conducts its own routine testing and posts warning signs or closes beaches when bacteria counts are at unsafe levels.
NEWS
October 20, 2006
The Coastline Pilot visited Laguna Beach High School's 5th-period ceramics class and asked students: "What can you apply from this class to the rest of your life?"   "Patience. Taking my time creates a better result." -- Piper Obradovich, 15 "I've learned to not be as obsessive and perfectionist." -- Ahllam Berri, 15 "I've learned how to work with my hands better." -- Trever Hathaway, 16 "You can try to do anything. If you mess up, you can always try again."
NEWS
December 5, 2003
Longtime resident and Laguna Beach High School graduate Dan Stafford needs our help. Stafford, 26, has end stage kidney disease and is on dialysis in need of a kidney transplant. Potential donors need to have Type O blood, be in good health and be at least 18 years old -- preferably under 40. The transplant is needed as soon as possible. For more information, please contact Karen Gilbert at (949) 499-5580 or e-mail her at KkandBob@ cox.net.
SPORTS
November 21, 2013
The Laguna Beach City Youth Flag Football program is offering a winter season for youth grades 2-8. All games and clinics will be held at Laguna Beach High School's Guyer Field. All games will be played between 8 a.m. and noon on Sundays. Potential players are required to participate in a skills clinic from 1 to 5 p.m. Dec. 15 at Guyer Field. League teams will be drafted Dec. 20. Coaches for each team will determine days and times of practice sessions. For more information, call (949)
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