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March 13, 2003
Firefighter from New York visits Students at Harbour View and Circle View elementary schools were visited by special guest, New York firefighter Bobby Senn Wednesday morning. Senn spoke to students and was presented with gifts of appreciation by Harbour View students and parents during the school's daily patriotic assembly. Principal Roni Ellis met Senn when he spoke to the Long Beach Fire Department and asked him to visit Harbour View. "The stories he tells are amazing," Ellis said.
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April 30, 2008
The Ocean View School District announced three of its elementary schools have received prestigious state awards. Harbour View, Hope View, and Oak View Schools have all been recognized as California Distinguished Schools, an honor the California Department of Education bestows on schools that apply based on their Academic Performance Index (API) and Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) scores, both based on student standardized testing. The 343 recipient schools statewide will be recognized May 16 at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim.
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January 6, 2005
Lauren Vane Though thousands of miles away from the physical impact of the tsunami disaster in South Asia, elementary school children in Huntington Beach have decided to do everything they can to reach out to some of the youngest victims of the tragedy. Fourth- and fifth-grade student council members at Harbour View School have started the Tsunami Lifeline Campaign, a project they hope will help their school raise money for children and their families who are tsunami victims.
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October 3, 2002
Circle View Elementary School 6261 Hooker Drive, Huntington Beach, CA 92647 Phone: (714) 893-5035 Grades: Kindergarten through fifth grade. Principal: Pauline Tressler College View Elementary School 6582 Lennox Drive, Huntington Beach, CA 92647 Phone: (714) 847-3505 Grades: Kindergarten through fifth grade Principal: Susan Kemp Harbour View Elementary School 4343 Pickwick Circle, Huntington Beach, CA 92649 Phone: (714)
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January 9, 2003
OCEAN VIEW SCHOOL DISTRICT Circle View Elementary School 6261 Hooker Drive, Huntington Beach, CA 92647 Phone: (714) 893-5035 www.ovsd.org Grades: Kindergarten through fifth Principal: Pauline Tressler College View Elementary School 6582 Lennox Drive, Huntington Beach, CA 92647 Phone: (714) 847-3505 www.ovsd.org Grades: Kindergarten through fifth Principal: Susan Kemp Harbour View Elementary School 4343 Pickwick Circle, Huntington Beach, CA 92649 Phone: (714)
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May 15, 2003
HUNTINGTON BEACH UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT Edison High School 21400 Magnolia St., Huntington Beach, CA 92646 Phone: (714) 962-1356 http://www.edisonchargers.com/ Grades: Ninth through 12th Principal: Cynthia Clark Coast High School 1666 Tunstall Lane Huntington Beach, CA 92647 Phone: (714) 847-2873 http://www.coasthighschool.com Grades: Independent Study Principal: Doris Longmead Huntington Beach High School 1905 Main St., Huntington Beach, CA 92648 Phone: (714)
NEWS
March 6, 2003
The Independent went to Marine View Middle School in Huntington Beach to ask students, 'What is the difference between elementary school and middle school?' "Elementary school is the basics, teachers make it fun for you to learn and here they get to the point right away. There is also a bigger maturity level. Sixth-graders are kind of squirrelly and eighth-graders are more mature and have more freedom." MARILENA GUADAGNINI, 13 Huntington Beach "I went to Harbour View and it was a lot easier but it wasn't as fun. The best part is you don't have to get stuck with the same teacher the whole day. And don't mess around in class because it is a lot more serious."
NEWS
October 24, 2002
Huntington Beach City School District Ethel Dwyer Middle School 1502 Palm Ave, Huntington Beach, CA 92648 Phone: (714) 536-7507 www.dwyermiddle school.com Grades: Sixth through eighth grade. Principal: Duane Cox John H. Eader Elementary School 9291 Banning Ave., Huntington Beach, CA 92646 Phone: (714) 962-2451 www.hbcsd.k12.ca.us/Eader/ Grades: Kindergarten through fifth grade. Principal: Dixie Arnold Ralph E. Hawes Elementary School 9682 Yellowstone Drive, Huntington Beach, CA 92646 Phone: (714)
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February 19, 2004
HUNTINGTON BEACH UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT Edison High School 21400 Magnolia St., Huntington Beach, CA 92646 Phone: (714) 962-1356 http://www.edisonchargers.com/ Grades: Ninth through 12th Principal: Cynthia Clark Coast High School 1666 Tunstall Lane Huntington Beach, CA 92647 Phone: (714) 847-2873 http://www.coasthighschool.com Grades: Independent Study Principal: Doris Longmead Huntington Beach High School 1905 Main St., Huntington Beach, CA 92648 Phone: (714)
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By Britney Barnes, britney.barnes@latimes.com | October 13, 2010
Toddlers pushed around inflatable beach balls bigger than themselves and parents mingled in vibrant yellow shirts as music blasted in the park, but the gathering was anything but a party. Community members gathered at Harbour View Park, next to Harbour View Elementary School, on Wednesday afternoon to rally against two cell towers being built in the park and at Bolsa View Park, two locations where children play. The rally was organized by the Committee for No on Measure Q, a grass-roots organization made up of parents from Harbour View Elementary, to send a message to voters, but also to the City Council to keep fighting the towers.
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FEATURES
By Candice Baker | April 30, 2009
Harbour View Elementary fifth-graders put two and two together this school year, and ended up tying with a school in Missouri to take top honors in the MathFax national math competition. The program began in 1997; hundreds of schools compete for bragging rights in the annual competition, which serves several grades. Harbour View student Gino Zarrella tested the highest in the entire country this year; his classmate Jacob Rosenberg also scored high, and Tony Petelo placed in the top 15 this year.
NEWS
By Candice Baker and Chris Epting | April 23, 2009
Harbour View Elementary School parents and staff are indignant today over plans by wireless phone provider T-Mobile USA Inc. to build a cell phone tower on city parkland, just yards from the school’s playground. The city will hold a 7 p.m. public meeting tonight at the school, 4343 Pickwick Circle, with a T-Mobile representative, the mayor and district representatives in attendance. Construction began earlier this week at the site; the school only learned of the tower when its principal inquired what was being installed there.
FEATURES
April 30, 2008
The Ocean View School District announced three of its elementary schools have received prestigious state awards. Harbour View, Hope View, and Oak View Schools have all been recognized as California Distinguished Schools, an honor the California Department of Education bestows on schools that apply based on their Academic Performance Index (API) and Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) scores, both based on student standardized testing. The 343 recipient schools statewide will be recognized May 16 at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim.
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By Michael Alexander | May 31, 2007
At an awards ceremony, most people expect to get something. But at the Harbour View Elementary School's Pelican Pride assembly, 12 girls gave something away: a foot or more of hair each. As classmates watched, the first- to fifth-graders gave a part of themselves to the charity Locks of Love, which gives free or low-cost hairpieces to children with long-term or permanent hair loss from disease or trauma. The whole event Friday was part of a monthly assembly recognizing achievement in academics or the community, said principal Roni Ellis.
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By Kelly Strodl | October 5, 2006
Amy Yune stood before her class of fourth-graders working out a math problem on the board. She wasn't using chalk, though. Instead, she picked a blue stylus from a tray and what she wrote was projected onto a board. When she finished writing out the problem, Yune touched a box on the projector and everything, even her marks, disappeared. This no ordinary blackboard — it's a SMART Board. The new interactive devices, installed this year into every third- through fifth-grade classroom at Harbour View Elementary School in Huntington Beach, perform several functions that aid in interactive learning and leave no mess.
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By Kelly Strodl | September 14, 2006
Shaina Maginot was 5 years old the day her world changed. In the early morning of Sept. 11, 2001 the young girl sat in front of the television and watched with her parents as airplanes crashed into the World Trade Center. On Monday, Shaina and a handful of Harbour View Elementary School students shared their memories during a remembrance ceremony held at the school in honor of the fifth anniversary of the terrorists attacks. In a poem she read at the assembly, fifth-grader Shaina described what it was like watching the events unfold before here thousands of miles away.
NEWS
By: Mike Sciacca | September 15, 2005
Students in Cindy Osterhout's third-grade class at Harbour View School in Huntington Beach are learning that "Friends Are Fintastic." Because the start of the school year can be unsettling for some students, this class is learning about the virtue of friendship. "It's really important to do team building and have them gain a sense of community right off the bat," Osterhout said Tuesday. "I want them to build that right from the start and have them learn the concept [that]
NEWS
January 6, 2005
Lauren Vane Though thousands of miles away from the physical impact of the tsunami disaster in South Asia, elementary school children in Huntington Beach have decided to do everything they can to reach out to some of the youngest victims of the tragedy. Fourth- and fifth-grade student council members at Harbour View School have started the Tsunami Lifeline Campaign, a project they hope will help their school raise money for children and their families who are tsunami victims.
NEWS
February 19, 2004
HUNTINGTON BEACH UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT Edison High School 21400 Magnolia St., Huntington Beach, CA 92646 Phone: (714) 962-1356 http://www.edisonchargers.com/ Grades: Ninth through 12th Principal: Cynthia Clark Coast High School 1666 Tunstall Lane Huntington Beach, CA 92647 Phone: (714) 847-2873 http://www.coasthighschool.com Grades: Independent Study Principal: Doris Longmead Huntington Beach High School 1905 Main St., Huntington Beach, CA 92648 Phone: (714)
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