SMMUSD starts superintendent search

first_imgHomeNewsEducationSMMUSD starts superintendent search Jun. 02, 2016 at 6:20 amEducationPublicSMMUSD starts superintendent searchJeff Goodman5 years agoboard of educationchristine andersonedison language academyjose escarceLeadership AssociatesPalm Spring Unified School DistrictPSUSDsandra lyonsanta monica malibu school districtSanta Monica-Malibu Unified School Districtsmmusdsmmusd superintendentsuperintendentsuperintendent sandra lyonTim Cuneo The search is on.A few weeks following the announcement that Sandra Lyon will step down as the Santa Monica-Malibu school district’s superintendent, officials are getting the ball rolling on finding her successor.The district is paying Leadership Associates up to $27,000 to help conduct the search for a new superintendent, according to an SMMUSD report. The La Quinta-based firm specializes in California superintendent searches.The local Board of Education will meet on Saturday morning with advisors from Leadership Associates to discuss the search process, finalize a timeline and spell out desired qualities and characteristics of a future top administrator for SMMUSD. The school board will also aim to identify staffers and community members who might have input on the search.The administrative shakeup comes as the district faces numerous key issues, including a protracted battle over chemical cleanup in Malibu, the possible creation of a separate Malibu district and attempts to close longstanding academic achievement gaps.Leadership Associates has assisted more than 350 school districts and organizations in California since 1996, according to its website.The local school board’s special meeting will be held at 9 a.m. June 4 at district headquarters, 1651 16th St., in Santa Monica.In early May, Lyon announced that she had accepted an offer to become the top executive for the Palm Springs Unified School District starting July 1. News of her departure came less than a year after she signed a contract extension with SMMUSD through the 2017-18 school year.Lyon will make an annual salary of $259,000 in her new position in Palm Springs, where she is replacing retiring superintendent Christine Anderson. That’s a roughly 8-percent raise on the $239,200 she’s making in SMMUSD.Lyon is going from a district with about 11,000 students in 16 schools to a district that serves some 23,300 students in 27 schools in the Coachella Valley. More than 80 percent of PSUSD students are considered socioeconomically disadvantaged.In 2011, the district hired consultants from Leadership Associates to conduct a search that yielded Lyon as the winning candidate to replace then-superintendent Tim Cuneo.At the time, community meetings were held to gather information from stakeholders on the personal and professional qualities they sought in a new top administrator.Leadership Associates employs Mike Escalante, a former superintendent in Glendale and Fullerton who once served as a vice principal at Santa Monica High School.Edison workThere’s still work to be done at Edison Language Academy.At its regular meeting Thursday evening, the school board is expected to approve an additional $79,000 to Swinerton Builders for parking lot accessibility, a modified driveway approach and drains at the Virginia Avenue elementary school.In 2011, Swinerton won a $32.8-million contract for major construction at Edison. Additional work over the last five years has raised the total cost of the project to $36.4 million.Escarce on leaveThe school board on Thursday will also consider approving a leave of absence for Jose Escarce.The longtime board member will be out of the country for work between June 28 and Sept. 24, according to an SMMUSD report.Escarce has missed several meetings this school year due to medical appointments and [email protected] :board of educationchristine andersonedison language academyjose escarceLeadership AssociatesPalm Spring Unified School DistrictPSUSDsandra lyonsanta monica malibu school districtSanta Monica-Malibu Unified School Districtsmmusdsmmusd superintendentsuperintendentsuperintendent sandra lyonTim Cuneoshare on Facebookshare on Twitteradd a commentHow pedaling on the Pier will get kids to campDeath investigation on the Santa Monica beachYou Might Also LikeFeaturedNewsSMMUSD breaks down budget revisionsBrennon Dixson3 weeks agoEducationFeaturedNewsIn-class learning continues at SMMUSDBrennon Dixson1 month agoFeaturedNewsDiscussion but no decisions at County meeting on school splitMatthew Hall2 months agoFeaturedNewsCouncil asks for open space preservation at school sitesBrennon Dixson2 months agoEducationFeaturedNewsSMMUSD holds rally to talk unificationBrennon Dixson2 months agoEducationFeaturedNewsBoard responds to possible recall petitionBrennon Dixson2 months agolast_img read more

Piller leads Women’s Open champ by 1

first_imgSYLVANIA, Ohio – Gerina Piller shot an 8-under 63 on Thursday in the Marathon Classic to take a one-stroke lead over U.S. Women’s Open champion Sung Hyun Park and Peiyun Chien. Winless in the LPGA, Piller had nine birdies and a bogey in the first round at Highland Meadows. The American birdied the first three holes and four of the first five. ”Got off to a good start and got the putts rolling,” Piller said. ”To be honest, my ball-striking didn’t feel as great coming into this weekend, and the week after a major it’s always tough just because you’re so exhausted mentally. I just went out there and really trusted what I had and just brought it together. My game feels really good right now.” Park, the South Korean player who won her first major title last week at Trump National in New Jersey, had seven birdies in a bogey-free round. ”My feeling today was so awesome,” Park said. ”It was a good start after the major championship, winning. First of all, I need to focus more on the Marathon Classic and want to keep my happiness behind from now on.” Chien, an LPGA rookie from Taiwan, had eight birdies and a bogey. ”The golf course is narrow,” Chien said. ”It’s very tough first shot because you need to play a cut or little draw a lot, not just hit it straight. … I changed my playing because I’m always thinking the swing on the golf course, so today I just played freely, tried to find some feeling and play.” Kelly Shon, Aditi Ashok and In-Kyung Kim shot 65, Angel Yin and Sandra Changkija followed at 66, and U.S. Solheim Cup players Lexi Thompson, Brittany Lincicome and Alison Lee topped the group at 67. Stacy Lewis, her U.S. Women’s Open chances ruined by a third-round meltdown, had a 69. Canadian Brooke Henderson shot 70. Lydia Ko, winless since her victory last year at Highland Meadows, had a 73. She had three bogeys and one birdie. ”When you’re not hitting the ball fantastic, it’s not going to be the greatest score,” Ko said. ”But there’s always tomorrow. Hopefully, I’ll be able to get a few things better for tomorrow’s round.” Piller is trying to not get too far ahead of herself. ”Tomorrow is a different day, and I’ll just kind of do the same thing as I did today, go out there and take one shot at a time, as cliche as it sounds,” Piller said. ”But you’re not going to win it on Thursday, Friday or Saturday, so it’s going to take all four rounds.”last_img read more

Start your selling in China with a News Release

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ABC News exclusive: Ron Goldman’s dad says ‘pain is always there’ 25 years after murder

first_imgABC News(NEW YORK) — Twenty-five years after Ron Goldman’s murder, his family is speaking out on the anniversary of the crime for the first time. “The pain is always there, the loss is always there,” Goldman’s father, Fred Goldman, said in an exclusive interview with ABC News’ Good Morning America on Wednesday. “It never goes away.”“Today is just that much more intense,” Fred Goldman said. “It’s hard for me to imagine its 25 years. Ron would be 50 now. I have a hard time reckoning that whole idea.”The night of June 12, 1994, 25-year-old Ron Goldman was returning a pair of glasses to Nicole Brown Simpson’s Los Angeles home when the two were attacked and brutally stabbed to death.Brown Simpson’s ex-husband, former NFL star O.J. Simpson, went on trial for the double murder. In 1995, after a trial that captured the nation’s attention, Simpson was acquitted of all criminal charges. He’s always maintained his innocence. Kim Goldman on Wednesday is launching a 10-episode podcast called “Confronting: O.J. Simpson.” In the series, she interviews key members of the case, from prosecutor Marcia Clark to Simpson house guest Kato Kaelin.For Kim Goldman, who adored her protective, older brother, the podcast is an outlet to pose questions that have haunted her for years in the complex and infamous case. “I just wanted to go full force this year,” Kim Goldman told GMA. “Face some of my fears, face some of my anxiety.”“For all these years its been a little frustrating that there’s been so much about this case… television series, fictional approaches, that I thought it was important to go right to the source,” Kim Goldman explained. “I wanted to understand how they were doing, what they were thinking.” Kim Goldman even talked to the jurors and said she learned the three-and-a-half hour deliberation was allegedly a cover-up.“They corroborated what my dad and I always thought — which was that they didn’t do their job,” she said. “They pulled testimony just to cover up that they always knew what their answer was when they went into that jury room and they wasted our time for three-and-a-half hours.” Kim Goldman also recalls in the podcast her chance encounter with Simpson in a parking lot a few years after his acquittal. “I was by myself in my car. I saw that gait … that I had been following for so many years,” she told GMA. “I revved the engine and I gripped the steering wheel thinking I could take him out right here and nobody would know.” That dark thought was just a “fleeing” moment, Kim Goldman said.Fred Goldman added that it’s important to remember the victims of violence who don’t get the publicity that his son and Brown Simpson do. “It happens every day, and those families have the same pain that we’ve gone through and will go thorough for years to come,” he said. “We can’t ignore that. It’s way too important.” Despite the acquittal in the criminal case, a civil jury in 1997 found Simpson liable for wrongful death and he was ordered to pay millions to the victims’ families. In 2008, the former Buffalo Bills player was convicted in a botched robbery and sent to a Nevada prison. Simpson was released in 2017 and now lives in Las Vegas.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Four new LDV dealerships in England and Wales

first_imgThe four new UK dealerships will all offer the LDV range of minicoachesLDV UK and Ireland has announced new dealerships in Colchester, Manchester, Perthshire and Pwllheli. They take to 31 the number of UK LDV outlets.“Since our relaunch in 2016, we have seen growing interest in the brand among operators and dealerships,” says General Manager Mark Barrett.“We are very happy to bring LDV closer to fleet buyers across the UK, including in more remote areas. Each of the new dealers has an impressive track record and we are pleased with the partnerships.”The new names are Ransome Fleet Solutions in Colchester; Chadderton Motor Company; Webster GM in the Scottish Highlands; and Arwel Parry motors in Pwllheli.List of dealers at read more

The greatest show: Coach tourism celebrated at the BCTAs

first_imgCountdown’s Carol Vorderman presented the gala celebrationJohnsons, Bluebird and Acklams are among the winners in this year’s British Coach Tourism AwardsOnce again the cream of Britain’s thriving coach tourism sector were celebrated in style last week at Birmingham’s Motorcycle Museum, attended by an audience of hundreds of industry professionals.The biggest winner at the British Coach Tourism Awards (BCTAs), taking home the accolade for Coach Tour Operator – Large Fleet, was Johnsons Coach Travel of Henley-in-Arden.Bluebird Coaches of Weymouth won Coach Tour Operator – Medium Fleet, while Coach Tour Operator – Small Fleet went to Acklams Coaches of Beverley.Reays Coaches won the prize for Holiday Programme, with Bakers Dolphin ‘highly commended’ in the same category.And Richmond’s Coaches won for its Day Excursion Programme, as Lucketts Travel’s was recognised as ‘highly commended’.The Coach Tourism Innovation of the Year award went to United Minibuses & Coaches for its Online Live Pricing Tool.Coach Tour Driver of the Year went to Ken Cato of Masons Minibus & Coach Hire.The prizegiving came to a poignant close as the British Coach Tourism Special Recognition Award was posthumously awarded to Chris Wales, Chief Executive of the Coach Tourism Association and a long-serving judge of the BCTAs, who died last year.Fantastic atmosphereThis was the 13th edition of the BCTAs, the only award scheme dedicated to the British coach tourism sector.It was hosted with effortless style by the great Carol Vorderman. Entertainment was provided in partnership with Viva Blackpool – a singing and dancing extravaganza inspired by The Greatest Showman.Winner in the large operator category: Johnsons Coach Travel The awards were judged by a panel of industry pros: Steve Whiteway, former MD of Epsom Coaches; Andy Warrender, Coaching Manager of the Confederation of Passenger Transport; John Wales, Chairman of the Coach Tourism Association; Wendy Hartley-Scarff, CEO of the Association of Group Travel Organisers; and Chair of the Judges David Maguire, Event Director of the BCTAs.David Maguire says: “Huge congratulations to all our winners in this year’s British Coach Tourism Awards.“With real emotion among our highly deserving winners and a fantastic atmosphere of celebration, I believe it was one of our best awards yet.“Once again, the quality of the entries reflected the quality and importance of the amazing coach tourism sector and the inspiring professionals working in it.“The awards are a great way to reward them for their hard work and dedication to the UK tourism sector, so it’s an honour to be a part of that.”Moving tributeBluebird Coaches took home the medium operator awardThere was a standing ovation when Chris Wales, an instantly recognisable figure to anyone who worked in coach tourism, was awarded the Special Award.Carol Vorderman introduced the award by saying: “He was one of the biggest characters in coach tourism and touched so many lives with his one-of-a-kind humour and zest for life. In his own words he said ‘growing old is compulsory – growing up is optional’, which is something you most definitely felt when you met him.“He has been a true supporter of the British Coach Tourism Awards, acting as head judge for the last three years and his absence is most definitely felt in the room here tonight.”High standardsEstablished in 2007, and now running alongside the annual two-day British Tourism & Travel Show at the NEC, the awards are a valuable opportunity for the coach tourism industry to showcase its incredibly high standards and uniquely personal approach.The small operator award went to Acklams of BeverleyJohn Johnson, Commercial Director of Johnsons Coach Travel, says: “Our success is a testament to the amazing team we have at Johnsons and their commitment to provide the best possible experience for everyone who steps on board our coaches.“The coach tourism industry is becoming ever more sophisticated, and customers have high expectations, so we are delighted that the quality and variety of our holiday and excursion products have been recognised by our industry peers.”The event raised over £1,000 for the charity Variety’s Sunshine Coaches, which provide vital school trips for children with disabilities and special needs.The British Coach Tourism Awards will return to the Motorcycle Museum on 25 March 2020.last_img read more

As Homestead one-off nears, the pull of driving grows stronger for Dale Earnhardt Jr.

first_imgDAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Dale Earnhardt Jr. will be back in the Sunshine State next month for his only scheduled NASCAR Xfinity Series start of the season at Homestead-Miami Speedway. But as the NASCAR season gets started this weekend at Daytona International Speedway, he admitted that the lure of competition remains as strong as ever.“I really miss racing. I really miss driving, and it’s getting worse,” Earnhardt said before waving the green flag Sunday. “I thought as I got out of the car and the further I got from my full-time career, the less that would bother me, but it actually is getting worse for some reason. I really look forward to getting some seat time, smelling the smells and hearing the noises and just enjoying being in the car.”Since retiring from his full-time role as a NASCAR Cup Series driver after the 2017 season, Earnhardt has participated in one Xfinity Series race each year with his JR Motorsports operation. He finished fourth at Richmond Raceway in 2018 and fifth at Darlington Raceway last year. This season, he’s set for a March 21 date at the 1.5-mile Homestead track.RELATED: Xfinity Series 2020 scheduleThough there’s a pull from within to do more racing on a part-time basis, Earnhardt said he has no plans to add to his schedule.“No, not really. I think it’s a healthy thing to miss it and want to do it,” Earnhardt said. “I think it helps me in the booth to have that energy as a fan. I think one’s plenty. Probably one’s more than I should be doing. I’ve got my wife and Isla and all that. I should devote as much as I can to them. One’s just perfect. I think that it really helps me remember what drivers are thinking about, so I’m going to get in that car, and as much as it’ll be about having fun, it’s also going to be about reminding myself about all the things that goes through a driver’s mind when he’s out there in car. So when I’m in the booth, I’m really able to explain and remember and recall some of the things that emotionally drivers are dealing with. It’s so helpful on that front.“If anything, I’d love to maybe get an opportunity to test a Cup car, and I’ve talked to a couple teams when they’re out there testing about hopping in for a few laps.”With his single race just more than a month away, Earnhardt admitted he’s anxious about his return to the wheel, which is likely to entail some brushes with the outside retaining wall in Homestead’s preferred high groove.RELATED: Watch Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s 2004 Daytona 500 win“That’s coming fast. Typically I have all year to sort of wait for it to happen,” Earnhardt said. “I’m nervous. I’ll be honest, I’m a little nervous. Being out of the car for a year, it’s kind of tough jumping back in there and getting right back into it and understanding exactly where the limits are. Luckily, we run right on the fence at Homestead and the limits are right there, so if I get into it, those cars are pretty tough, them little Xfinity cars. You can get in the wall a little bit and not have to worry too much about hurting your car.”“I’m sure we’re going to tear the right side off that thing after practice, qualifying, through the race. I’m going to hit it several times, so I’m just going to go ahead and prepare myself for that. We might just show up and not even have decals on the right side, it’s probably a waste of time.”last_img read more

Legends holds focus group for Saint Mary’s students

first_imgLegends of Notre Dame is a restaurant, bar and club that serves as a gathering place for the Notre Dame, Saint Mary’s and Holy Cross communities. On March 8, the Legends marketing team held a focus group at Saint Mary’s for students to voice their opinions and concerns. Catherine Flatley, a Notre Dame junior and marketing research manager of Legends, is in charge of coordinating focus groups. “We try to get a better insight to specifically what students want to see at Legends,” Flatley said. “Focus groups and surveys are held for Notre Dame, Saint Mary’s and Holy Cross students so that we can find ways to better serve our customers’ needs.” By holding a Saint Mary’s focus group, Flatley hoped to learn how Saint Mary’s students looked at Legends differently from Notre Dame and Holy Cross students, she said. “By acknowledging the needs of the Saint Mary’s students, we will be able to modify the experiences they have at Legends to make it more enjoyable,” Flatley said. JoLynn Williams, Saint Mary’s senior and Legends’ branding manager, also assisted Flatley in holding the Saint Mary’s focus group. “I am the only Saint Mary’s student on the marketing team at Legends, so we felt that my presence in this focus group would be very important to maintaining our goals,” Williams said. “A big part of my job is to make sure we can extend the olive branch to Saint Mary’s students and remind them that while Legends is on Notre Dame’s campus, we cater to the whole community of students.” Over the past four years, Williams noticed there has only been one promotion driven by handing out flyers, as opposed to posting them in dorms, for a Legends event on Saint Mary’s campus. “There are usually three to four members of the marketing team on campus [Notre Dame] who hand out promotions for our events happening each weekend,” Williams said. “Saint Mary’s has not seen this much.” Williams said this type of promotion can help bring people to events. “The one time I saw this type of promotion for an event at Legends, it struck me so much that I actually went to the event and enjoyed myself,” Williams said. By holding the Saint Mary’s focus group, Flatley and Williams hoped to gain constructive criticism to make changes where needed. “We use more of guideline questions to steer our focus groups so that the participants have a chance to get the dialogue really flowing without being pushed in different directions,” Flatley said. “This is what leads to the constructive criticism, which is what we are looking for.” When building the focus group, the participants tended to be juniors and seniors, Flatley said. “The most common thing we heard was Legends being compared to other bars around town and the differences between Legends and other go to places in the community,” she said. To maintain the constant input from Saint Mary’s students, Williams hopes the marketing team at Legends will have at least one or two students from Saint Mary’s on future teams. “I know there have been Saint Mary’s students on the team in the past, but currently I am the only one on the marketing team,” Williams said. “It would be truly beneficial to maintain a working relationship between Saint Mary’s, Notre Dame and Holy Cross students in the future.” Contact Jillian Barwick at [email protected]last_img read more

Swipe no more: the contactless Irish1Card

first_imgThe future is here and it is contactless. The Irish1Card system — the new ID cards for students, faculty and staff that include contactless technology — is in the final stages of implementation, Daniel Tormey, program director of Irish1Card, said. As of this summer, all residential halls, dining halls and on-campus point-of-sale locations are equipped with contactless card readers, Gina Grear, the Irish1Card project manager, said. Some residence hall laundry card machines and vending machines on campus still solely use magnetic strip readers, but those will be updated over time, Tormey said. The Irish1Card initiative has been in the works since before 2016, Tormey said. Before that, Notre Dame’s card system originated as a branch of food services in the mid-nineties in the basement of South Dining Hall. As technology evolved over the years, the need for an updated and streamlined identification card program was realized. Though magnetic strip cards are reliable and inexpensive, they are considered less secure than contactless ones, Tormey said. The Irish1Card system was put in place to provide more sophisticated functionality, with features such as allowing the card to have different meal plans and the contactless payment method. “We’re trying to get people used to using the contactless reader in this phase because it’s more secure,” Tormey said. “We also recognize that whether it’s a student cardholder or employee there’s still a transition time.”Before developing the Irish1Card program, Notre Dame observed peer institutions including Villanova University and University of Pennsylvania and attended national conferences, Grear said.The redistribution of cards to everyone at a university can take from five to 10 years, Tormey said, and is usually done by phasing out the old cards with each graduating class. However, Notre Dame utilized an “aggressive” re-carding campaign on campus, and replaced all student, faculty and staff cards in the Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 semesters. In total, about 25,000 cards were replaced.“We’re in a good place now,” Tormey said. “We’re pushing and being innovative in ways that other schools are very interested in what Notre Dame is doing with our ID card program.”This year’s incoming students uploaded pictures for their cards on “Get,” an app used in the Irish1Card, and received Irish1Cards from their residential halls upon moving in. Tormey recommends that all students, faculty and staff download the app, as it can also be used to add funds to your Domer Dollar account, report your current card as lost or re-activate it if found, access card transaction history and lists locations that accept the ID card. For example, Tormey said many students and faculty may be unaware that Irish1Cardholders have access to the South Bend bus service for free.Tormey expects the program to continue introducing innovative ways to use the new card technology. One such program, NDtogo, will utilize the mobile food ordering app ‘Tapingo’ for campus dining locations such as Starbucks. Students will be able to link their Irish1Card to the app and order ahead for pickup. More information regarding this program will be released in the next few weeks, Tormey said.“Those are the types of services that we would have struggled to be able to do with the old system and the old way we did things,” Tormey said. “I think that’s one of the most beneficial things from a student perspective.”Though not a core priority of the Irish1Card program team, there is also a longer-term plan in place to eventually provide all individual residential hall rooms with contactless card entry, Tormey said, which has already been implemented in Flaherty and Dunne. Other future innovations could even include mobile technology or event biometric readers. Some schools, including Georgia Southern University, identify students through eye or hand scanners for entry to dining halls, he said. Installation work will continue for vending and laundry, Tormey said, but the Irish1Card project meetings will wrap up towards the end of this year. “The card is one of those things that as long as it’s working right, people don’t really think about it,” he said. “My goal is to maintain a consistent level of service so people don’t really have to think about it.”Tags: contactless, Daniel Tormey, Irish1Card, technologylast_img read more

Shelly Joseph Crout

first_img Shelly was a native of Port Arthur, and was a graduate of Lincoln High School C/O 1962. He was baptized at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church at an early age.Funeral Services will be Monday, at 11:00 a.m. at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. Donald Frank officiating. Visitation will begin at 9:00 a.m. under the care of Hannah Funeral Home, Inc.Shelly is survived by his siblings Carolyn (David) Brown, Cecilia Jones, Jimmie (Joyce) Crout, Dannie Crout, all of Port Arthur, TX. Rose M. (John) Francis of Fort Worth, TX. Gloria J. (Frank) of New Orleans, LA, one daughter Ericka Crout of Beaumont, TX and a host of relative and friends. Shelly Joseph Crout, 71 year of age, passed away on , September 27, 2016.last_img read more