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  • Wednesday, January 23, 2008

     

    Committee on School District Organization to decide Rocco fate

    Metro TALK ______________:GoCo:
    A community service of the
    Greater Orange Communities Organization

    Committee on School District Organization to decide Rocco fate
    A little used entity known as the Committee on School District Organization (CSDO) has the future election hopes of controversial Orange Unified School Trustee Steve Rocco in their hands. The CSDO will has the authority to approve the recent changes in the OUSD Trustee Area boundaries that the Orange Unified School Board approved at their December 2007 meeting (see OUSD Trustee Melisa Smith characterizes the move as “A gift from heaven” ORANGE Unified Schools INSIDE January 14th CLICK ON: ROCCO ). Those changes moved Rocco from his Trustee Area 6 to Trustee Area 7 represented by Trustee Rick Ledesma.

    The 11 member CSDO will meet on January 30th at 7:00 pm in the Orange Unified School District Board Room, at the Orange Unified School District Offices.

    Orange Lock and Key moves,
    now Sens Market Sign is history

    Chris Jepsen who does the OC History Round-up blog recently posted a story about the loss of the Sens Market sign in Old Towne Orange. To see the post and the last time the market sign will be seen, CLICK ON: OC HISTORICAL

    Caregiver Physically Disabled Support Group in Anaheim Hills
    Polfit Wellness of Anaheim Hills will host a Parent/Caregiver Support Group for those caring for the physically disabled on Saturday January 26th from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at 2563 W Woodland Dr in Anaheim Hills. For more information and to RSVP call 714-828-1293. For a map and further contact information CLICK ON: PARENT SUPPORT

    Orange Public Library Hosting Anime Festival
    Japanese animated films and TV shows, known as "anime," have become popular around the world. Now the Orange Public Library & History Center, 407 E. Chapman Ave., has brought the world-wide phenomenon to Orange. The Orange Library continues its anime programs the next two Wednesdays: January 23rd, and 30th in the library’s Community Room. The two-hour programs are free and begin at 4:00 p.m.
    The films, which are appropriate for teens 12 and older, will be followed by refreshments and raffle prizes.

    Anime films to be shown include: InuYasha, a series based on Japanese mythology; Area 88, an action-packed series featuring fighter jets; and Azumanga Daioh, a slice-of-life anime which takes place in a girls’ school.
    For more information, please contact young adult librarian Ryan Gan at 714-288-2417.

    Villa Park Helps its schools
    The newly designed City of Villa Park website has lots of new features including one on how to help the schools in Villa Park (part of the Orange Unified School District). Check out the new “Hidden Jewel” site CLICK ON: VP Schools





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