Coronado Bliss Salon at 930 Orange Avenue services Coronado locals, clients from across the bridge, and visitors as a premier full-service salon. Cindy Reitmeyer, owner of Bliss, is an involved community member and supporter of Coronado Schools Foundation and the Coronado public schools. She and her husband Bill have stepped up again this year to partner with CSF in sponsoring the 2014 Monte Carlo Benefit Auction: The Stakes are high….Let it Ride event hosted on…
Added by Coronado Schools Foundation on July 23, 2014 at 12:30pm — No Comments
After a hard day of work filming the Coronado July 4th Parade - CoSA/Coronado TV students continued to capture entertaining video for your viewing pleasure - with the recording of the entire San Diego Bay Fireworks display. The CTV Crew's bay front vantage point - showcases three of the five barges as each one sets-off the fireworks for one of the country's best Independence Day shows.
This week, the CoSA/CTV students begin another Summer Intensive workshop with…Continue
Added by Coronado TV on July 22, 2014 at 11:00am — No Comments
The Coronado Public Library is pleased to announce that it has acquired Gale Courses from the Gale Group, a major supplier of electronic and print resources to Public Libraries.
Added by Coronado Public Library Events on July 15, 2014 at 2:30pm — No Comments
The project first announced in April, Columbia Pictures' Coronado High has scored a writer in "Grey's Anatomy" scribe Debora Cahn. The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Cahn will adapt Joshuah Bearman's article of the same name for George Clooney to produce and potentially…
Added by eCoronado on July 14, 2014 at 8:52pm — No Comments
Pete, Connor, and Tyler enjoying MooTime Creamery MiniMoos (and one Medium) at 15% off with the Coronado Schools Foundation Locals Card!
Visit http://csfkids.org/locals-card/ to get your card!
Having fun isn't hard when you use your Locals Card!
Support the businesses that support our schools!!!
For more information, visit…Continue
Added by Abigail Buckley on July 9, 2014 at 9:00pm — No Comments
Through a Coronado School of the Arts and Coronado Cultural Arts Commission Summer Intensive program, Coronado TV students produced this July 4th Highlights Reel for your viewing enjoyment.
If you would like to become a CTV intern or student crew member, please contact Coronado TV executive producer, Tony Perri at (619) 347-1185.
For more info on the CoSA Summer Intensives happening later this season, visit:…Continue
"Some Like It Hot" - especially at the Hotel Del Coronado and the Village Theaters where the Coronado Island Film Festival hosted a fabulous event celebrating the most famous Coronado-based film. The Coronado TV Summer Intensive film crew was on hand to cover all the action at the Del and at Village.
For more info on upcoming events: http://www.CoronadoIslandFilmFest.com
Become a CTV Intern and Student…Continue
Coronado Unified School District’s Crown Preschool currently has openings in its three-year old morning program. Opened in August 2013, Crown Preschool offers the community a quality education setting and the opportunity for families to enhance the developmental process for their children. From the block area to the garden or from the art easel to the snack table, the children’s time at Crown Preschool provides valuable moments where they can develop the problem solving and…Continue
Added by Community Manager on July 8, 2014 at 11:11am — No Comments
KYDS TV Alicia Zaetta (left) and Maggie Schepelmann (right) with NBC 7 News reporter Sherene Tagharobi
Wow! What a parade! And I couldn’t be more pleased with the outcome. Our sixth year at KYDS TV was another success! Given the challenges of preparing for a three-hour live television event, I am always amazed by the quality of our the program produced by young volunteers.…Continue
Added by Marg Stark on July 6, 2014 at 8:00pm — No Comments
The arguments of the "Yes on E" folks were relentless. They belittled and bashed the naysayers to no end. The VOTERS had the final word about CUSD needing more money to run Coronado schools. They said NO. But let's go back and analyze a statement from the Yes'ers. "Great schools increase property values". Well, maybe for a school-age child's parent, that makes sense. But who are the WEALTHIEST among us? It is the seniors. Here is MY plan:
1. Give the schools the BARE minimum…Continue
Come on out and take a shot at winning $10,000 at the Blumenthal Insurance $10,000 Putt for Dough Contest. Immediately preceding the 2014 Islander Invitational Golf Tournament on July 3rd. See more information at …Continue
Added by Mark Scannell on June 28, 2014 at 10:30am — No Comments
Added by Mark Scannell on June 28, 2014 at 10:00am — No Comments
As a fundraiser, CHS Cheer has created the 1st annual "All Class Reunion" holiday inspired Tshirt. Crew necks for the guys and vnecks for the gals. $20 each. These are available in a limited quantity and will be available at the "All Class Reunion" on July 3rd.
Not attending? Email email@example.com to get yours! Another 1st, sterling silver alumni necklaces and bracelets created by Coronado alumn Liz Campbell, $50 each. All proceeds benefit CHS Cheer. Thank you for…
Added by Traci Smith on June 24, 2014 at 8:30am — No Comments
Added by Mark Scannell on June 22, 2014 at 7:30pm — No Comments
Coronado High School senior, Catherine Siefert was awarded a $500 scholarship for her winning essay answering the question "Is money the measure of Success?" Catherine plans to attend Gonzago University in Spokane, Washington this fall. The following is Siefert's essay:
Success. Since an early age we have been preparing, studying, dreaming. We have been coached, encouraged, and guided…Continue
Some parents of Coronado High School graduates were upset by comments made in the keynote speech given by Miko Peled. He is a writer, activist and former owner of Coronado's Martial Arts America. Peled's speech starts at the 32:40 mark in the video and is 12 minutes long. You can watch the video here.
Multiple CHS parents took to Facebook to voice their frustration with Peled's speech.…
Added by eCoronado on June 9, 2014 at 10:00am — No Comments
In light of the significant funding challenges our school district is now facing, Coronado Schools Foundation (CSF) is stepping up to accept the challenge. Many concerned parents have flooded us with calls asking how they can help. We have decided that all donations received through June 30th will directly benefit our local public schools in the 14-15 school year.
Although CSF has already provided our schools with their fiscal-year end (June 30th)…Continue
Added by eCoronado on June 6, 2014 at 7:00pm — No Comments
One of the things I like about elections in Coronado is finding out the pulse of the community on a given issue. While it is certainly unpleasant to be on the losing side of an election, I will always appreciate the opportunity to gain a greater insight into the wishes of our electorate, and with the defeat of Proposition E, our community is directing our schools to make do with the resources at hand. I continue to have great confidence in our School Board and their administration in guiding…Continue
Added by Mayor Casey Tanaka on June 6, 2014 at 8:08am — No Comments