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North County School News, Sept. 26

CARLSBAD

Sustainability scholarship awarded

Bennett Hochner, a Sage Creek High School graduate, was the recent recipient of a $1,000 scholarship from Wheelhouse Credit Union. The credit union awarded five Sustainability College Scholarships to college-bound students in San Diego County who demonstrated leadership, public service, and a desire to make a difference in their schools and communities. Visit wheelhousecu.com/commitment-to-sustainability.

ENCINITAS

Water polo team hosts fundraiser at Oggi’s

The San Dieguito High School Academy Boys Water Polo Team invites the community to its fundraiser from 4 to 9:30 p.m. Tuesday at Encinitas Oggi’s, 305 Encinitas Blvd. Oggi’s will donate 15 percent of the proceeds to the team from dine-in and takeout orders. Funds will help pay for tournaments, senior night and more. The fundraiser flyer must be given to the server when ordering. Download it at sdafoundation.com/boyswaterpolo.

ESCONDIDO

Backpack giveaway held at Farr Elementary

Farr Elementary School was recently the site of a backpack giveaway sponsored by ICNA Relief USA through its annual Back2School distribution program. The program equips 45,000 students nationwide with school essentials including pencils, pens and notebooks. The County of San Diego, the county Board of Supervisors and individual donors supported the event. The Farr School giveaway distributed 470 backpacks. ICNA Relief is a national domestic relief organization that is part of the Islamic Circle of North America. It operates 47 food pantries and distribution sites in 24 states. To volunteer, donate supplies, sponsor or be a partner, email [email protected] Donations may be made at icnarelief.org/back2school.

NORTH COUNTY

Two reach finals in Tools for Schools event

Two area teachers have been named among 61 finalists nationwide in the Harbor Freight Tools for Schools competition, which focuses on skilled trades education. They are Angela Arnett of Escondido High School, whose field is technical theatre, and Nicholas Jordan of Montecito High School in Ramona, whose field is construction. Arnett and Jordan were also finalists in 2020. The 2021 finalists specialize in trades including advanced manufacturing, welding, construction, automotive and agriculture mechanics. Winners will be announced in late October. More than $1 million will be shared by 18 teachers and their skilled trades programs — $100,000 to each of three grand prize winners, and $50,000 to each of 15 additional winners. A portion of the winnings goes back to the schools’ skilled trades programs. Visit harborfreighttoolsforschools.org.

Community meeting on education equity

Parents, community members, K-12 educators, and others interested in educational equity are invited to a virtual meeting at 5 p.m. Tuesday to learn more about the Equity Blueprint for Action developed by the San Diego County Office of Education. The link to join will be emailed after registration at sdcoe.k12oms.org/865-210055. To help educators better support all students, the office published the Equity Blueprint for Action, a guide with actions and recommendations specific to the American Indian, African American, and Latino communities. The Equity Blueprint is also a guide to serve other historically marginalized groups including Asian American, Middle Eastern and North African people, and LGBTQ students. Download the blueprint and learn more at equityblueprint.sdcoe.net.

Entries sought for poster contest

STAR/PAL invites students to join their Red Ribbon Week Poster Contest. The Red Ribbon Campaign is the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the nation, culminating in Red Ribbon Week (Oct. 22-28). STAR/PAL is a not-for-profit organization in which law enforcement personnel volunteer for San Diego’s youths. Students in grades 3-5 in San Diego County schools are eligible to enter the contest. Each child can create a poster on 8 1/2-by-11-inch paper, incorporating the 2021 theme, “Drug Free Looks Like Me.” Register your intent to participate by emailing Mayra Nunez at [email protected] by Oct. 4. After completing the poster, email a photo of it — do not send the actual poster — by Oct. 29 to [email protected] with subject line “Red Ribbon Week Poster Contest 2021.” Include name, school name, grade level and contact information. Judging will be based on art, originality, creativity and neatness; one winner per grade level. Winners will be featured on STAR/PAL’s social media. All entrants will receive a Red Ribbon Certificate. Contact Mayra Nunez at [email protected] or (619) 484-7557.

SAN MARCOS

CSUSM leader to give report to community

California State University San Marcos President Ellen Neufeldt will deliver a Report to the Community from 8:30 to 10:15 a.m. Thursday, detailing the university’s commitment to innovation. The event will be livestreamed, with a small in-person audience for sponsors. Register at csusm.edu/rtc/index.html. The emcee will be Scotty Lombardi, senior manager of global talent management at Hunter Industries and chairperson of CSUSM’s University Council. For a sponsorship, call (760) 750-7310. For general questions, email [email protected]

Please send items to [email protected] at least two weeks in advance of events.