Added by eCoronado on April 25, 2015 at 10:30am — No Comments
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Added by Coronado Historical Association on April 22, 2015 at 4:00pm — No Comments
Senior Robbie Hemp has had the pleasure of living in Coronado for his whole life. His father served in the navy for 25 years, was stationed on the island in 1993 and was never reassigned until his retirement in 2003.
Robbie says has had a wonderful experience at Coronado High School; “I have learned a ton and have had some incredible teachers and classes.” He loves how tight knit the student body is, and the fact that everyone gets along and has a good time. Robbie…Continue
Added by Mackenzie Wiley on April 19, 2015 at 10:00pm — No Comments
Senior Madeleine Hill moved to Coronado in 2006 when her father took over as the Commanding Officer of VR-57.
Madeleine states that Coronado High School is one of the best schools out there, and everyone who gets the chance to attend is lucky. “ The students get to take so many classes from amazing teachers and we have many opportunities and events that students at other schools don’t, and I feel very privileged.” Her favorite teacher was Algebra II/Trig Honors,…Continue
Added by Mackenzie Wiley on April 19, 2015 at 10:00pm — No Comments
This letter to the editor was received from Tamara O'Brien in regards to a CUSD budget workshop from last week:
CUSD Board of Governors, 9 April 2015
Today’s ‘Budget' workshop left me panicked.
As a taxpayer I felt fear.
I heard elected representatives say that the workshop setting is preferred as the Board is freer to…Continue
Added by eCoronado on April 13, 2015 at 8:47am — No Comments
Even though senior Adam Espe has never lived in Coronado, he has ample Coronado experience as a student. Adam’s older brother attended Coronado High School through the CoSA program. His parents wanted an equally positive experience for Adam, so in the sixth grade Adam’s parents enrolled him in Coronado Middle School.
Adam’s Coronado High School experience was challenging, but rewarding, “balancing academics, NJROTC, and social time. Being an inter-district transfer student…Continue
Added by Mackenzie Wiley on April 12, 2015 at 9:00pm — No Comments
In an effort to recognize the service and personal sacrifice military children make, April has been designated as the Month of the Military Child. In 1986, then Secretary of Defense Caspar W. Weinberger recognized that military family members, especially military kids, were an integral part of a service member’s ability to perform his or her duties at home and abroad.
With Coronado’s close connection to the military, Village Elementary and Silver Strand Elementary schools…Continue
Added by Mary Douglas on April 12, 2015 at 6:00pm — No Comments
Everyone is invited to Movie Night at CHS, sponsored by the Class of 2018. The event will feature the Disney classic "Toy Story" and will be shown in the quad at Coronado High School, located at 650 D Avenue.
Cost is $6 per person and the doors open at 6:30 pm. Bring your blankets, chairs and children for an evening of relaxing and enjoyment. Smile the night away while helping our…Continue
Added by Kellee Hearther on April 9, 2015 at 5:00pm — No Comments
Back by popular demand, Coronado Schools Foundation is excited for your kids to join in the fun and enroll in innovative STEAM-inspired classes, June 15th to July 3rd. Now in its fourth year, the program offers classes in three one-week sessions (June 15-19, June 22-26, and June 29-July 3) for children entering grades K-12th. In addition, there will be three exciting classes that run over the course of all three weeks: Woodworking Studio…Continue
Added by Coronado Schools Foundation on April 9, 2015 at 5:00pm — No Comments
Teachers and students of Coronado High School’s ceramics classes are utilizing their artistic talents to support a great cause in preparing for the 2015 Empty Bowls fundraiser. Teacher, Eric Rempe, and the ceramics students host Empty Bowls annually to raise money for the hungry in San Diego, and also to raise awareness about homelessness concentrated just a short distance from Coronado. The students and teachers are working together…Continue
-Kevin Nicolls, Coronado Pathways Charter School Director
In my 25 years as an educator, I have weathered countless movements in education. Common Core isn’t the first attempted overhaul, nor do I anticipate it being the last. Whenever we introduce a new approach to education, I always try to evaluate the motives of those promoting the movement. Are they focused on creating a deeper learning experience, or perhaps a profit in introducing new curriculum?
Added by Coronado Pathways Charter School on April 2, 2015 at 10:30am — No Comments
At the March 5 School Board meeting, Coronado Schools' governing board voted to approve two resolutions that will create change at Palm Academy. Board members voted to eliminate the position of principal at Palm Academy and they issued a layoff notice, or a pink slip, to the current Palm Academy Principal, Kevin Nicolls. Organizationally, this means that the principal at Coronado High School, Jenny Moore, will be…Continue
CHS French teacher Jon Zimmer, center, with some of his Coronado High students in France
This summer, teenagers from very different parts of the world will be coming to Coronado to improve their English-speaking skills and learn about American life. The organizations that run these exchange programs are looking for local families to open their homes and their hearts to these students for a few weeks.
One group is coming…Continue
Added by Gloria Tierney on March 24, 2015 at 8:00am — No Comments
The land of writing has advanced far beyond pen and paper (and typewriter thankfully). Rather than countless inkblots and misplaced notes, technology has revolutionized how writers approach their craft. Search notes you took months ago. Research ideas instantly. Craft word choice through exploring related terms. While good old-fashioned pen and paper aren’t the new stone and chisel, there’s a whole new world available for writers.
But what does that mean for your…Continue
Added by Coronado Pathways Charter School on March 23, 2015 at 7:00pm — No Comments
Coronado Schools Foundation, the nonprofit who raises funds for Coronado public schools, is seeking a part-time Administrative & Event Coordinator to support staff with administrative tasks as well as coordinate events under the Director of Development.
Click here for a complete job description and more…
Added by Coronado Schools Foundation on March 23, 2015 at 4:00pm — No Comments
Cassidy had a great experience at Coronado High School. Cassidy’s most memorable experience in high school was in 2011 when the boy’s water polo…Continue
Added by Mackenzie Wiley on March 22, 2015 at 9:30pm — No Comments
On Wednesday, March 18th, Operation Bigs presented a Safety Expo at Silver Strand Elementary during the weekly Operation Bigs after-school program. Representatives from the Coronado Fire Department, Coronado Police Department, and Lifeguard Services were in attendance to talk to the kids, demonstrate some of their departments' equipment and provide…Continue
Added by Mary Douglas on March 20, 2015 at 2:30pm — No Comments
A funny thing happened at the Glorietta Bay Inn - John D. Spreckels appeared and I haven't been the same since!
He talked about the history of his former home - and in no uncertain terms - let's us know about the Inn's firm support for Coronado Schools.
Luckily, I had the talented Coronado Studios production team on-hand - to capture every moment of this rare occurrence.
And with that, we present this step back in time - courtesy of Claudia Ludlow, General…Continue
The Coronado High School Class of 2018 is sponsoring a special pizza night event to help raise funds for their class.
Tuesday, March 24, the class is hosting a food night at both Village Pizzeria locations. Visit either Village Pizzeria location -- downtown (1206 Orange Avenue) or Bayside (1201 First Street) -- with the flyer below and the Freshman class will receive 15% of your dine-in purchase. Make sure…Continue
Added by Kellee Hearther on March 18, 2015 at 9:30pm — No Comments
Linda Kullmann is a third generation Coronado resident with “deep roots in this community.” Her mother graduated from Coronado High School in 1947, and Linda attended Coronado schools from kindergarten through her senior year in high school. She ventured off the island long enough to earn a bachelor’s degree in Music Education, after which she returned to Coronado as the music director for the all-schools musical. (The all-schools musical was a big…Continue
Added by Kellee Hearther on March 18, 2015 at 9:00pm — No Comments