Read the full article at www.nursing.uci.edu They dissected sheep hearts, learned to treat wounds and listen for vital signs. They looked at bacteria glowing with fluorescence. They even practiced CPR on lifelike human simulators. If it sounds like a program for college students, it is. However, the 51 students who participated in the Future Health
Read full article at ocregister.com Orange County boasts a richly diverse population. According to Ed-Data, a partnership of the California Department of Education, EdSource, and the Fiscal Crisis and Management Assistance Team/California School Information Services, the largest groups of students in local schools are as follows: 49 percent Latino, 28 percent white, 15.3 percent Asian, two
A Food Pantry in Santa Ana Aims to Fight Hunger While Offering Patrons Measures of Compassion and Respect
Read full article at ocregister.com A cheery food pantry nestled at the back of a renovated older home, Mercado El Sol carries an array of canned goods, produce and meat and dairy products. But the cozy spot near downtown Santa Ana is set up to provide more than just nutritious food in the poor neighborhood it
Read full article at ocregister.com The sky above Huntington State Beach on Wednesday morning, April 19, was filled with homemade kites made out of clear plastic, colored with markers and sporting tails made of caution tape. More than 140 students from Sage Hill, a private high school in Newport Beach, guided their buddies, 165 Santa Ana
Opus Community Foundation Announces 17 Grant Awards to Charitable Organizations in Arizona, California, Oregon, and Washington
Read full article at businesswire.com El Sol Science and Arts Academy received a grant for its preschool literacy and mathematics programs, which provide educational opportunities and support to students from low- and moderate-income households in Santa Ana.
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Read full article at ProjectFrog.com El Sol Science and Arts Academy, a publicly chartered school in Santa Ana serving more than 800 low income Latino children, has become an academic model for the nation.Students achieve top marks in academic performance, health and wellness, allowing El Sol to stand out year after year as a California
Opus Community Foundation Announces 26 Grant Awards to Charitable Organizations in Arizona, California, Oregon, and Washington
Read full article at businesswire.com El Sol Science and Arts Academy received a grant for its academic and wellness programs, which provide educational opportunities and support as well as on-site health and social services to students from low- and moderate-income households in Santa Ana, and during the evenings and weekends to those living in the community.
Read full article at ocregister.com Picture a school lunch tray, and what do you see? If you imagined burgers and tacos, you’re right. And that got us to thinking: What if restaurant chefs made school lunches? We put the challenge to two local chefs, asking them to meet national guidelines and prices for K-5 lunches, and
Read full article at ocregister.com Three Orange County community clinics have been awarded a total of nearly $2 million in grants from the Department of Health and Human Services to improve health care access for those who need it the most – the uninsured, underinsured and new Medi-Cal enrollees. Among Orange County’s beneficiaries are La Habra-based