RANCHO SANTA FE — Following much discussion and a parent survey, the Rancho Santa Fe School District decided to implement a foreign language for its K-5 students.
RANCHO SANTA FE — At a recent Rancho Santa Fe Association board of director’s meeting, RSF Golf Club Manager Al Castro, provided his monthly report.
RANCHO SANTA FE —The Rancho Santa Fe Association released its 2015 election results which revealed that Fred Wasserman and Mike Licosati will be serving a three-year term on the Association’s board.
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RANCHO SANTA FE — Superintendent Lindy Delaney updated the board regarding the foreign language survey conducted by the San Diego State Research Group. Through parent online votes, the goal of the survey was to glean information on whether or not foreign language should be implemented in kindergarten through fifth grade classes in the RSF School […]
RANCHO SANTA FE — The 7th annual 5K for Miracles Babies at the Embarcadero Marina Park South was a huge a success. The May 3 event raised grossed more than $108,000 and netted $80,875. All monies will be filtered to the nonprofit, founded by Rancho Santa Fe residents, Dr. Sean Daneshmand and his wife Marjan.
RANCHO SANTA FE — Plans are underway for Rancho Santa Fe’s 34th annual 4th of July Parade in the Village. The festivities are hosted by the Rancho Santa Fe Association, Rancho Santa Fe Community Center, Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club and the Polo Club.
RANCHO SANTA FE — During the course of the Rancho Santa Fe Association’s annual meeting, President Ann Boon introduced two new candidates for board of director on May 14. Outgoing directors are Rochelle Putnam and Craig McAllister. New candidates wishing to fill those seats are Fred Wasserman and Mike Licosati.
DEL MAR — In response to comments made in a citizen satisfaction survey and the results of a pavement assessment, council members are poised to launch a roadway improvement plan in which the city will likely spend money now to save it later.