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March 2, 2011 POPE TREESERVICE All Your Tree Service Needs Commercial Oak and Pine our Specialty CA. State License #7o4192 Gas prices keep on creeping up... Shop Local Save Time and Money! 2902 Washington Street 760-765-1212 Mon-Fd 8:30 to 6:00 and Sat 9:00 to 6:00 CLOSED on Sunday 2011 Prom Expo And Fashion Showcase At RB High School How does one get the 'Red Carpet Look' for less? By attending the "2011 Prom Expo and Fashion Showcase" on Sunday, March 13, 2011 from 10am to 4pro. This event is sponsored by the Rancho Bernardo High School Parent Teacher Student Association (RBHS PTSA) a fashion show, shopping extravaganza and fundraiser to benefit the RBHS PTSA 2011 Grad Nite. This event will be held at the Rancho Bernardo High School Gymnasium. All students, parents and the community are welcome to attend the Expo. Runway fashions will be provided by Aria Formal of Escondido and Men's Wearhouse Tux of Carmel Mountain and modeled by our very own RBHS Seniors. Our principal, Mr. Paul Robinson will serve as our Master of Ceremonies. The Fashion Shows are scheduled for 11am, 12:30pm and 2:30pm. The models will be wearing jewelry and accessories provided by Linda Gannon of Premier Design Jewelry and corsages and boutineers provided by Nannell's Florist of Rancho Bernardo. They will have an Art Auction featuring artwork from RBHS students. Each piece of art sold helps supplement the cost of Grad Nite for our 2011 Seniors. They have vendors galore from limousine services to florist. Exclusive Prom offers & discounts for all students who attend the Expo. Don't forget to purchase your Opportunity Drawing tickets for a chance to win great prizes! Tickets for the event are tax deductible and priced at $5 in advance or $7 at the door. This year they are offering Reserved Seating for the Fashion Show for $!0. Tickets may be purchased in advance online at www. All proceeds will benefit the RBHS PTSA 2010 Grad Nite. Come and find your 'Red Carpet Look' at this year's "2011 Prom Expo and Fashion Showcase" on Sunday, March 13, 2010 at Rancho Bernardo High School from 10am to 4pm. Fashion Shows are at 11am, 12:30pm and 2:30pm. Come get a glimpse of the latest Prom fashions and a chance to win great prizes! The Living Room by Lauren Vandewalle Julian Junior High's Publicity Director Amazing things are happening down at the Junior High! Not only is there a garden at the Elementary School, but the Junior High is getting ready to start one too. Next to the portable classroom we already have two rain barrels set up so the rain that runs off the roof will be caught and then used to water plants. The Junior High is following the Elementary School's example by starting to compost our lunch scraps. This is only the beginning for our new garden! We hope to put up a pergola or some other type of outdoor enclosure like a gazebo first. Then hopefully once the project takes off, there will be garden and herb plots, benches and picnic tables, wildflowers, and even an area to play bocci ball! Our garden has been dubbed "The Living Room". and people here have been getting so excited for this addition to our school. A wish list has been constructed; we hope to get donations of gardening tools, stepping stones, seeds and planting material, outdoor seating furniture, and a mailbox are just .a few items we wish for. Everyone at the Junior High is so enthusiastic for this wonderful paradise. This area will be used by teachers, staff and the students. If you would like to help participate with this very worthwhile project, please contact Mrs. Pettersen at the Jr. High, 765-0575. San Diego River Park Foundation's Annual "Save the Source!" Weekend Comes to Town! The San Diego River Park Foundation's annual Save the Source!, 2 days of service which explore the San Diego River's beautiful and mountainous headwaters, are coming to the neighborhood March 12th and 13th! Events range from hikes, clean-ups, trail restoration, kayak tours and more. Highlighted events in the Julian area include a trail restoration service project and open house at Eagle Peak Preserve and an enhancement project at Inaja Memorial Picnic Area. Both events are on Saturday, March 12th. Eagle Peak Preserve is a 516 acre wildlife and recreational preserve owned by the non-profit San Diego River Park Foundation and located off of Pine Hills Road at the end of Eagle Peak Road. The trail restoration event will focus on repairing a historic stage coach trail that runs through the preserve. This historic road brought the first mail to Julian and the preserve includes lands used as a mule-transfer area, where mail cargo was loaded from tired mules to new, fresh mules for the last leg of its journey up the mountains. The River Park Foundation recently worked with the United States Forest Service to complete 3 new shade structures at the Inaja Memorial Picnic Area off Highway 78 between Julian and Santa Ysabel. The scenic picnic area includes multiple picnic tables, a restroom and a beautiful loop trail overlooking the Upper San Diego River Gorge. The picnic area enhancement project is aimed to help beautify the facility and will include work on picnic benches and barbeques. Other Save-the Source! evet include a hike & invasive tree survey down to the historic diverting dam and a hike & trash removal down Cedar Creek Falls, both Saturday March 12th. Last but certainly not least, on Sunday there will be a Conservation Kayak Paddle tour on El Capitan Reservoir which will highlight 2 key Peutz Valley properties (totaling 156 acres) that the Foundation is currently working to acquire for conservation and recreation. The tour will include a discussiofi about the River Park Foundation's conservation and acquisition program around El Capitan Reservoir. Come out and join the San Diego River Park Foundation for Eagle Peak Trail Restoration, Inaja Memorial enhancement project, or one of the many other Save the Source! events over these 2 days of service. To learn more, call the River Park Foundation at (619) 297-7380 or visit calendar.php 24-month CD from Rabobank Scholarship Plan Offers Substitute To "Race To The Top" budget savings in their state budgets alone ranging from $24.3 million in Georgia to $166.1 million in California. The U.S. Department of Education has already drawn $4.35 billion in federal stimulus funds for Race to the Top. Federal education officials have said they would like Congress to appropriate another round of stimulus funds for the program. Instead, Enlow said, the Passport Scholarship concept would be a much more effective use of federal dollars. "While states are trotting out ideas such as grading teachers and other accountability programs, in the long run they will do little to move the needle when it comes to improving student achievement," Enlow said. "Use Race to the Top funds for scholarships and you will see much quicker improvement. Kids will get a chance at a better education immediately. Not maybe, or in 'due time,' but immediately." CEO of The Foundation for Educational Choice. "Why not use the money to do something different? Give parents more power. Give them school choice." Under Gottlob's proposal, as many as 630,000 students could earn scholarships over five years. It would help save states as much as $1 to $1.6 billion annually as children transfer to private schools. This is based on scholarship awards of about $2,000 to $2,250 per student, under Gottlob's plan. "State budgets are in a real pinch right now and they certainly could use the savings," Gottlob said. "If it comes down to pouring more money into untested education programs or giving kids school choice, a Passport Scholarship model will yield more parental satisfaction and better student outcomes." Gottlob said he would divide the $4 billion among states based on population. The 12 largest states offering Passport Scholarships would see annual (NAPSA)-While 11 states and the District of Columbia divvy up $4.35 billion in Race to the Top funds to attempt to fix the nation's public schools, a new proposal is being floated to use the same amount of money to offer students a chance to attend the school of their choice. Known as "Passport Scholarships," the plan would create a similar $4 billion fund in unspent federal stimulus dollars and allocate it to all 50 states to create scholarship programs to award children tuition grants to attend a school that best meets their needs. The idea is one penned by economist Brian Gottlob, a senior fellow with The Foundation for Educational Choice. The plan is an alternative to the current Race to the Top proposals that have drawn headlines nationwide. 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