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North County School News, Sept. 25

ENCINITAS

Fundraiser Friday for boys water polo team

The San Dieguito High School Academy boys water polo team is holding its annual Parents’ Night Out fundraiser from 7 to 11 p.m. Friday at Cardiff Beach Bar @ Tower 13. The event is sponsored by the San Dieguito Academy Foundation and will feature live music by Oceanside band 40 Proof starting at 7:30 p.m. Besides providing the band, Cardiff Beach Bar @ Tower 13 is donating 20 percent of food sales to the team. Proceeds will go toward equipment, tournament fees and a goalie coach. Free entry; donations will be taken at the event via a QR code. Cardiff Beach Bar @ Tower 13 is at 2633 S. Coast Highway 101 in Cardiff.
For questions on the fundraiser, email [email protected]

ESCONDIDO

Foundation holds fashion show

The Escondido Education Foundation invites the community to a Thrift Shop Couture Fashion Show from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday at Trinity Episcopal Church, 845 Chestnut St. The event includes food and drinks. Bring a school supply to donate and be entered into an opportunity drawing. All proceeds go toward funding annual grants that go directly to certificated and classified professionals to support Escondido Union School District student programs. Tickets are $40, or $75 for a pair. For details and ticket purchase, visit escondidoeducation.org/events/thrift-shop-couture-2022.

High school district honors employees

The Escondido Union High School District recently honored several employees with their 2022 Lighthouse Awards, presented annually to staff who go above and beyond in their work. Honored were: Alyssa Wallace, Del Lago Academy, biochemistry 1 teacher; Alicia Pitrone, director of student nutrition; Dustyn Simpson, Escondido High campus security; Carlos Felix, Orange Glen High School CTE Lab classroom assistant; Cynthia Rippee, San Pasqual High Health Office clerk; Adriana Bonilla, Valley High social worker; and JoAnne Hayes, Escondido Adult School ROP clerk II.

NORTH COUNTY

Scholarships offered to enrolled veterans

The Veterans’ Writing Group of San Diego County is offering Ernie Pyle Scholarships for enrolled veterans in California colleges. Pyle was a famed World War II correspondent who gave American family members and friends news from the war front, first in Europe and then in Asia, where he was killed on Okinawa in 1945. The writing group has named its annual scholarship awards for him. Applicants need only be enrolled in college and submit a short essay to qualify. Apply at veteranswritinggroup.org/scholarships. Deadline is Oct. 11. The scholarships will be awarded on Veterans Day, Nov. 11.

Scholarships for women available

The nonprofit P.E.O. (Philanthropic Educational Organization) offers scholarships to women attending an accredited school for the spring semester 2023. The one-time scholarship, worth up to $3,000, is for women whose education has been interrupted (at least two years) and who need financial help with educational needs. Chapter VL, Rancho Santa Fe will be accepting applications starting Oct. 17. Contact Marsha Ostertag at [email protected] Deadline is Nov. 4.

Donation supports teachers of color

The San Diego Foundation recently announced an award of $150,000 to Teach For America San Diego in support of Alumni Innovation, an initiative to recruit and place 30 teachers of color in three to five San Diego County school districts. Teachers of color can positively guide students who identify with their teachers racially and culturally to pursue professional careers and diversify the workforce. According to research by Johns Hopkins University, Black students who had just one Black teacher by third grade were 13 percent more likely to enroll in college; those who had had two teachers were 32 percent more likely. San Diego County serves a half-million students across 42 districts. Almost 70 percent of them identify as people of color, while only 25 percent of teachers do so. Nearly half of the 506,000 students in San Diego County identify as Latino, but fewer than 20 percent of the educators do so. Visit sdfoundation.org.

OCEANSIDE

MiraCosta presents ‘Native Gardens’

“Native Gardens,” a comedy of “good intentions and bad manners,” will have its premiere at the MiraCosta Theatre starting Friday through Oct. 9. Written by Latina playwright Karen Zacarias and directed by MiraCosta Theatre and Film instructor Eric Bishop, “Native Gardens” explores the culture clash when high-powered lawyer Pablo and his pregnant wife, Tania, buy a house next to community stalwarts Virginia and Frank. A disagreement over a fence line soon spirals into an all-out war. A preview will be held at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Oct. 6-8. Matinees are at 2 p.m. Oct. 2 and 9. Tickets are $16 for general admission, $13 for seniors and staff, and $11 for students; available at miracosta.edu/buytix. All seats are $11 for the preview performance. Children younger than 5 are not permitted in the theater, which is at 1 Barnard Drive. Call (760) 757-2121.

SAN MARCOS

Israeli film presentation next month at CSUSM

Award-winning Israeli documentary filmmaker Ran Tal screens his 2012 film, “Garden of Eden,” and discusses his work from 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 3 in the University Student Union ballroom at California State University San Marcos. The film examines the depths of Israeli society in an unexpected place — a national holiday resort. Tal is the head of the MFA documentary film program at Tel Aviv University. This year, he is a visiting faculty member in the CSUSM Art, Media and Design Department. The event is free for students, faculty, staff and alumni, and $5 for community members. Tickets are available at bit.ly/3SkVwmb. Cal State San Marcos is at 333 S. Twin Oaks Valley Road.

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