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Tease photo for San Diego County Spelling Bee Winner Heads To National Bee

San Diego County Spelling Bee Winner Heads To National Bee

May 24
By City News Service

Ella Grace Peters, a seventh-grader attending San Diego's Notre Dame Academy, will begin competing in the 89th Scripps National Spelling Bee Tuesday in National Harbor, Maryland.

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5 San Diego-Area Schools Receive Threats

May 23
By City News Service

Nothing dangerous or suspicious was found at any of the campuses as of early Monday afternoon. The lockdowns and other emergency measures were mostly lifted within an hour.

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San Diego Unified To Consider Changing Name Of Paradise Hills School

May 23
By City News Service

Calls for changing the name of Robert E. Lee Elementary School rose last year amid a nationwide movement to remove symbols of the Confederacy from public places.

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Award-Winning Author Talks Diversity In Children's Literature

May 23
By Midday Edition

National City native Matt de la Peña recently gave a special reading to hundreds of students at his old elementary school.

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Roundtable: VA Choice Problems, Hotel Boycott, UCSD Funding Struggle

May 20
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer

The Veterans Choice program for alleviating a doctor visit backlog doesn't turn out well. Chargers fan groups launches a boycott of some area hotels. UC San Diego is having a harder time than similar universities raising major funds.

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#IfIHadAVote: Talking Politics With Lakeside Teens

May 20
By Megan Burks

As part of our California Counts election coverage, we're asking San Diegans who can't vote because of age or lack of citizenship how they would vote if given the chance. Students at El Capitan High School start us off.

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Survey: Tijuana, San Diego Students Lead Increasingly Binational Lives

May 19
By Jean Guerrero

Researchers surveyed about 6,500 students in San Diego and Tijuana, the largest student sample surveyed to date in the cross-border region.

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Poway Unified To Develop New Policy On Student Data

May 19
By City News Service

The announcement of the plan follows the accidental release of records of thousands of pupils to a parent.

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How You Can Help San Diego Scientists Search For Zika Drugs

May 19
By David Wagner

Scientists have a long way to go in developing a drug that can effectively fight the Zika virus. Researchers at UC San Diego are taking the first step, and they're asking for your help.

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San Diego School Trustee Evans Faces Challenger In Bid For Re-Election

May 19
By Susan Murphy

Trustee John Lee Evans, elected in 2008 after upsetting an incumbent, is running for his third term this year. He faces a challenge from Stephen “Steph” Groce for the seat that includes Clairemont, University City and Mira Mesa.