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Julie Jennings
Public Information Assistant 714.847.2551 ext. 1313


Principals from All 17 Schools Escorted Beloved Volunteers before an Enthusiastic Crowd

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HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA, May 11, 2016– The Ocean View School District Board of Trustees, Superintendent Carol Hansen and the Executive Cabinet recognized more than 40 parent and community volunteers from throughout its 17 preschool, elementary and middle schools at last night’s Board Meeting. Volunteers, escorted by their school’s principal, were presented with pins and certificates commemorating their service to their schools. Following the ceremony, family and friends gathered for coffee and cake.

For more photos from the event, please click this link.

Volunteers honored are:

  • Circle View:  Albert Zazueta, Cherene Neal
  • College View:  Robert Beyer, Jennifer
  • Covarrubias, Cindy Rodriguez
  • Golden View:  Jeff Nicholson, Ann Kilker,

Veronica Ruiz

  • Harbour View:  Jennifer LeTourneau, Rita Cabes
  • Hope View:  Gary Green, Jan Serafin, Tim Hower
  • Marine View:  Gabrielle Baklayan, Patty Brooks,

Jennifer Polich

  • Mesa View:  Lucia Smith, Yvonne Redford
  • Oak Preschool:  Amy Crepeau, Claudia Locke, Kevin Moran
  • Oak View:  Garrett & Janice Lee
  • OVPP/Pleasant View:  Shea Nolan, Matt Pena, Hien Trinh
  • Spring View:  Jill Proodian, Jerry Falbo, Pam Jones
  • Star View:  Joanne Spagle, Marilyn McFaul
  • Sun View:  Shoni Bryant, Claudia Martinez
  • Village View:  Lara Kardos, Karrie Lancaster
  • Vista View:  Karla Franzetti, Randy Miller
  • Lake View:  Pearl Cash, Reta Mourasheh
  • Westmont:  Jennifer Menke, Julie von KleinSmid, Nikia Lane
  • Westmont/Lake:  Gayle Hoeker
  • Superintendent’s Office: Patricia Singer

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