Education

Lasley siblings win at fair

Lasley siblings win at fair

Viviana’s award was for her construction of a spring-motion hobby horse named “Califairnia Chrome,” which was a replica of famed racehorse California Chrome. Diego received his award for the creation of a comic book entitled “Cowboy Logan,” which was based on the movie Logan and the Fair’s wild-west theme. This is the third consecutive year […]

FUESD announces policy for free and reduced-priced meals for kids

FALLBROOK – Fallbrook Union Elementary School District (FUESD) is announcing its policy for providing free and reduced-price meals for children served under the National School Lunch Program and/or School Breakfast Program. Each school and the district’s central office have a copy of the policy, which may be viewed by any interested party on request. Meal […]

Writers Read features Fallbrookian author Joan Maloof

Writers Read features Fallbrookian author Joan Maloof

FALLBROOK – Writers Read at Fallbrook Library, a free monthly author series and open mic, is pleased to present Joan Maloof and her newest book about trees, “Nature’s Temples: The Complex World of Old-Growth Forests” (Timber Press, November 2016), on Tuesday, June 13. The reading, in the library’s community room, will be preceded by open mic […]

Fallbrook students medal in SkillsUSA championships

Fallbrook students medal in SkillsUSA championships

FALLBROOK – Fallbrook High School had 18 students who attended the SkillsUSA California 50th Annual State Leadership and Skills Conference that was held April 20 through 23 in San Diego. Ten of the students won medals in the competition. The following were the results: Welding Fabrication Team: David Armet, Dustin Bryant and Michael Sandoval – Bronze […]

Reading event celebrates literacy, giving back to community

Reading event celebrates literacy, giving back to community

FALLBROOK – Fallbrook families converged on Maie Ellis auditorium on April 1 to celebrate a day of literacy and community service. A large number of parents attended workshops presented by the Fallbrook Union Elementary School cohort of California State University San Marcos student teachers and Palomar Family Counseling. Children had the opportunity to hear stories […]

Batali Ranch grows WorkAbility program

Batali Ranch grows WorkAbility program

FALLBROOK – The Batali Ranch Work program is dedicated to providing opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities. It is a private-public partnership between Brent and Lenila Batali and the Fallbrook Union High School District as well as the local Care Rite Vocational Services Day Program. Sitting on a hilltop overlooking Bonsall, Batali Ranch is in […]

Boys & Girls Clubs celebrate National Boys & Girls Club’s Week

FALLBROOK – The Boys & Girls Clubs of North County joined with over 4,000 Clubs March 27 to 31 to promote Club awareness during National Boys & Girls Club Week. This nationwide movement shines a spotlight on the invaluable service the clubs bring to their local communities. “Here in Fallbrook we are fortunate to serve […]

Rotary Read Day held for Boys & Girls Clubs

Rotary Read Day held for Boys & Girls Clubs

FALLBROOK – For the second straight year, members of the Rotary Club of Fallbrook volunteered their afternoon to read to the children of the Boys & Girls Clubs of North County. Rotarians visited five of the Boys & Girls Clubs’ after school sites in Fallbrook and one at Vallecitos Elementary School in Rainbow. After reading […]

Fallbrook School of the Arts displays new public art installation

Fallbrook School of the Arts displays new public art installation

FALLBROOK – At the Fallbrook School of the Arts on Alvarado St., east of Main Ave, there is a new whimsical piece of public art called “Pinwheels,” a metal sculpture by artists Rick and Jaydon Randall. This artwork is placed as part of a rotating art space sponsored by Fallbrook Art in Public Places. The […]

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