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When the La Esperanza Schools of Tijuana were established in Mexico — thanks largely to several La Jolla and San Diego people and organizations — it represented more than an educational opportunity for underserved children.
The La Jolla High School Homecoming game halftime festivities honored past, present and future Vikings, and those in attendance Friday night, Oct. 11 had a lot to celebrate — their beloved football team was on route to a 35-12 victory against Morse High School.
PEOPLE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD: Those dedicated to America’s pastime feel a personal connection to their teams, or even certain players.
About 100 La Jolla High School (LJHS) students walked out of school 45 minutes early on Friday, Sept. 20, demanding political action on global warming.
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With the roll-out of a later, 8:35 a.m. start time at La Jolla High School and Muirlands Middle School this year, some nearby residents were surprised to see the field lights come on at 5:45 one morning to accommodate an early practice.
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