County loaned $1 million of $5 million to small businesses in unincorporated areas; now businesses across the county can apply
The Rancho Santa Fe community was given a chance to meet the seven candidates jockeying for three of five seats on the Rancho Santa Fe School District board with a virtual candidate forum on Sept. 22.
With frustrations mounting over distance learning, students and parents from the San Dieguito Union High School District staged a protest march Sept. 24 from the Encinitas Community and Senior Center to the district office.
Latest scores from the state keep the region in the red for at least two more weeks.
The San Dieguito Union High School District board voted 3-2 on Sept. 17 to continue in the distance learning model for the second quarter of the school year.
The Rancho Santa Fe Education Foundation will co-host a virtual “Meet the School Board Candidates” forum on Tuesday, Sept. 22, in preparation for the Nov. 3 general election, when Rancho Santa Fe School District residents will select three new school board representatives.