Monday, June 25, 2012

Lauderbach School Tutor Suspected of Sexual Assault Due in Court

Chula Vista School Tutor Suspected of Sexual Assault Due in Court
Jun 25, 2012
Channel 6 News

A Chula Vista elementary school tutor and volunteer youth football coach accused of repeatedly molesting a young relative is scheduled to be arraigned at the South Bay Courthouse Monday.

Carlos Ojeda, 20, is suspected of sexually assaulting the child at least four times, starting last July, according to Chula Vista police Capt. Gary Ficacci.

Ficacci declined to disclose the alleged victim's gender or relationship to the suspect and would only say the child is under 10. Ojeda tutors on a contract basis at Lauderbach Elementary School. The alleged victim is not a student at the school or a member of the team Ojeda coaches.

Ojeda surrendered to detectives Thursday. The defendant was expected to be charged with four counts of committing a lewd act with a minor and one count of oral copulation with a minor, Ficacci said.

Monday, June 18, 2012

Peg Myers is out as president of CVE; new president is Jennefer Porch

Jennefer Porch

Jennefer Porch is the new president of Chula Vista Educators, but the CVE office tells me that a "meeting has not yet been held to determine the other officers." It may sound odd that the officers were not determined by the recent election, but Chula Vista Educators seems to have developed a habit of having winners of elections resign after winning.

Peg Myers was one of the chief engineers of the calamitous events at Castle Park Elementary. Peg Myers was also one of the Castle Park Five. Peg was deposed regarding those events. Here is Peg's deposition.

Jennefer Porch is from Juarez Lincoln Elementary in CVESD. I have left a message with the CVE office asking Ms. Porch to call me, but it's possible she won't call. CVE has been extremely secretive for the past decade.

Saturday, June 09, 2012

Moody's downgrades to A1 from Aa2 Rating on Chula Vista ESD COP

Moody's downgrades to A1 from Aa2 Rating on Chula Vista ESD COP (2000 Qzab)
The Bond Buyer
June 8, 2012

Moody's Investors Service has downgraded to A1 from Aa2 the rating on the Chula Vista Elementary School District Certificates of Participation (2000 QZAB Project). The downgrade reflects the April 3, 2012 downgrade to A1 from Aa2 of General Electric (GE) Capital Corporation. The rating is solely reliant on GE and...

Sunday, June 03, 2012

ADL and the Chula Vista Elementary School District

This program was tried at Castle Park Elementary soon after the Castle Park Five episode. It might have been more appropriate to teach these principles to the teachers! The bullying of principals (and other teachers) by the clique of teachers who called themselves the "Castle Park Family" resulted in eleven principals in eleven years at the school. Teacher bullies and a tiny group of parents also brought about a $20,000 embezzlement at the PTA and large amounts of tax dollars spent on defending teachers for criminal actions.

ADL and the Chula Vista Elementary School District: Working together to make the places we learn No Place for Hate®
May 31, 2012

The Chula Vista Elementary School District (CVESD) has participated in the ADL’s No Place for Hate® initiative since it was launched in San Diego in 2009. We celebrated another successful year with a Banner Presentation Ceremony at the CVESD Education Services and Support Center on May 23, 2012.

Assistant Superintendent Sandra Villegas Zuni began by commending all the educators and administrators for their commitment to providing a learning environment where students feel accepted and safe. Parents, Ms. Villegas Zuni said, entrust their children to the schools, and it is the responsibility of everyone in the school to honor that trust through programs that promote an appreciation for diversity and proactively address bullying.

Tina Malka, ADL Associate Director, spoke about the ADL’s mission to "to stop the defamation of the Jewish people and to secure justice and fair treatment to all." ADL recognizes that in order to keep the Jewish community safe, we need to keep all communities safe. Ms. Malka thanked our CVESD partners for their commitment to combating intolerance, bullying, and hatred in their schools.

Antwon Lincoln, Coordinator of Instructional Technology, shared the District’s partnership with iSafe, which provides educational programs that empower students to safely, responsibly and productively use Information and Communications Technologies. iSafe is a valuable tool in addressing cyberbullying. Mr. Lincoln then introduced the winner of CVESD’s 2012 Speech Contest. The 6th grade students’ topic was “How will you positively impact the world?” The winner, Discovery Charter School’s Miguel Aldrete, spoke eloquently and engagingly about his efforts to combat deforestation, educate the youth about obesity, and “motivating for education.” Miguel uses the Internet to spread his message effectively in a positive way.

Representatives for several schools spoke about the No Place for Hate® activities they conducted throughout the year and the impact they have made on the students. The No Place for Hate® banners were then presented to individual schools.

We look forward to another successful partnership with the Chula Vista Elementary School District during the 2012-2013 school year!