LJSA also hears updates regarding the Torrey Pines Gliderport, an SDG&E undergrounding project and the fourth draft of San Diego’s Parks Master Plan.
Ashlyn Hunter and Sharisa You, both incoming seniors at The Bishop’s School in La Jolla, have danced their way into a nonprofit they started to share their passion for dance with those who have fewer opportunities to perform.
Community members can sign up to receive text messages to let them know when to speak during meetings.
The possibility of another big wave of growth is causing its own set of problems.
Pinar Yoldas of UC San Diego is among the artists invited to the 2021 Venice Biennale.
A local youth rocketry team launched into the finals of the American Rocketry Challenge, coming away “extremely proud” of its achievements.
The district says it will add 86 elementary teaching positions, 12 school psychologists and 16 full-time nurses.
Recent La Jolla High School graduates Cole and Croix Black are twin brothers — nearly identical in every way.
Before the vote, some opponents argued that the district will be indoctrinating students in critical race theory.
The first ceremony June 12 was delayed 30 minutes to let in the crowds.
For the 10 graduates of La Jolla’s high schools recognized this year for their grade point averages, achieving top marks wasn’t about competition or drive.
To address the daunting task of reducing the flow of plastic into the ocean, UC San Diego’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography and Rady School of Management named a winner of the inaugural Ocean Plastic Pollution Challenge during an online ceremony June 8.
As local high school seniors prepare to head off to universities and experiences beyond La Jolla, many of them took an afternoon to return to elementary school.