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May 30, 2003
Melanie Neff Cinnamon Sary scored a goal and dished out an assist to lead Kaiser No. 2's third- and fourth-grade girls soccer team to a 2-0 victory over Newport Elementary No. 2 in Pool H of the Daily Pilot Cup on Thursday at the Costa Mesa Farm Complex. Kaiser's offense led by third-grade forward/midfielder Carly Sorensen, dominated throughout the match, keeping the ball on Newport's side of the field. Sorensen continually peppered Newport's defense with shots and passes, but it wasn't until the second half that Kaiser's pressure paid off. Midway through the second half, Sary sent a through ball to Jessica Hemsley at the corner.
NEWS
December 10, 2003
Marisa O'Neil Moving day will wait until holiday break for Kaiser Elementary School teachers in classrooms due for the next phase of Measure A renovations. Plans had called for teachers in seven classrooms to move everything, including Christmas decorations, over the coming weekend -- one week before the school beak. But after complaints from teachers and parents, project manager McCarthy Construction changed the move to the weekend of Dec. 20. "A lot of people at Kaiser were upset," said Bonnie Martin, project manager for McCarthy.
NEWS
June 1, 2005
Rick Devereux The parents of the Kaiser third- and fourth-grade girls soccer team should be proud their daughters know the importance of sharing. The Knights used precision passing to open up the fifth annual Daily Pilot Cup with a 4-0 win over Eastbluff Tuesday at the Costa Mesa Farm Complex. "I think [the main reason we won] was our passing," Coach Irma Messersmith said. "We had good spacing and we were able to get the ball to the open player."
NEWS
May 29, 2003
Steve Virgen The Daily Pilot Cup features teams that represent elementary schools. Most of the players are friends, yet there is hardly team chemistry on the field, considering that they have such a short time to practice with each other. However, Gerardo Jimenez, the coach of the Kaiser No. 1 third- and fourth-grade boys soccer team, perhaps found the best way to bring his players together. Passing. The Knights, who gathered rhythm from their passing, defeated St. John The Baptist, 4-3, Wednesday in Pool C play at the Costa Mesa Farm Complex.
NEWS
June 6, 2004
Bryce Alderton Quarterfinal Saturday in the boys fifth- and sixth-grade gold division of the Daily Pilot Cup turned into Shootout Saturday for Kaiser and Carden Hall at Costa Mesa High. Carden Hall tied the game, 1-1, in the final minute to force a shootout, but Kaiser responded with a 3-1 edge in the extra session to advance to today's semifinals against Mariners at 10:30 a.m. at the Farm Sports Complex's No. 2 field. Carden Hall's Alex Maddox took a pass from Ben Capaldi and tied the game, 1-1, in the final minute to force the extra session.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | May 31, 2006
COSTA MESA ? Even after all of the strategy and the substitutions, soccer can be a pretty simple game. "They were just bigger, stronger and faster," Kaiser Elementary Coach Kirk McIntosh said. He summed it up pretty well after his team lost to Our Lady Queen of Angels, 4-1, in a fifth- and sixth-grade girls' Gold Division Daily Pilot Cup opener on Tuesday. The Angels scored three unanswered goals in the first 14 minutes of the game, cruising from there. The tone was set in the very first minute, when the Angels' Elisabetta Impagliazzo was in the right place for a rebound goal to give Our Lady an early lead.
SPORTS
By Steve Virgen | June 7, 2010
COSTA MESA – Late in the first half, third- and fourth-grade boys from Mariners Christian School appeared disappointed and distraught. Facing a two-goal deficit can do that to kids in a soccer game. But their heads hung low only for a short while. They encouraged each other. Coaches Clay Randall, Kyle Chin and Jack McBean continually pumped up the MCS boys. They began to believe and Kaiser couldn’t stop them.
NEWS
June 6, 2004
Boys 5-6 gold Rea 7, Harbor Day 0 Killybrooke 8, Our Lady Queen of Angels 1 Mariners 4, Harbor View 0 Kaiser, Carden Hall (Kaiser wins, 3-1, in shootout) Semifinals (10:30 a.m. today) Rea vs. Killybrooke Kaiser vs. Mariners Boys 5-6 silver Kaiser 3, Harbor View 0 Mariners 1, Lincoln 0 Finals (12:30 p.m. today) Mariners vs. Kaiser Girls 5-6 gold Andersen 4, Harbor Day 1 Mariners Christian def. Newport Coast on penalty kicks, 3-2. Our Lady Queen of Angels, 3, St. John 0 Carden Hall 2, Kaiser 0 Semifinals (9 a.m. today)
NEWS
June 2, 2000
The Pilot Cup Classic, featuring boys and girls soccer standouts in grades 3, 4, 5 and 6 from throughout the Newport-Mesa area, gets under way today at four sites, with all eyes pointed toward Sunday's finals at Harper and Kaiser schools in Costa Mesa. Here's the complete schedule for the Pilot Cup Classic: Boys Grades 5-6 Pool A - Kaiser, Davis 2, Newport Heights; Pool B - Rea 1, Eastbluff, Davis 3; Pool C - Davis 1, Mariners, Rea 2 Today, at Baleric 4 p.m. - Kaiser vs. Davis 2; Rea 1 vs. Eastbluff; 5 p.m. Davis 1 vs. Mariners.
NEWS
June 5, 2005
Saturday's results Boys third- and fourth-grade Gold division Quarterfinals Mariners Christian 5, Newport Elementary 0 Rea 6, Adams 1 Lincoln 3, Andersen 1 OLQA 2, Harbor Day 1 Semifinals Mariners Christian 5, OLQA 0 Rea 6, Lincoln 1 Boys third- and fourth-grade Silver division Quarterfinals Newport Coast 3, Whittier 3 (Newport Coast advances 5-4 on penalty kicks)...
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By Hannah Fry | December 20, 2013
Two classes of third- and fourth-grade students at Kaiser Elementary lined up next to a Costa Mesa fire truck on campus Friday morning to donate holiday gifts to children in need. The 58 elementary students, some donning Santa hats and holiday sweaters, turned over dolls, toy cars, board games, balls, stuffed animals and more to the Costa Mesa Fire Department's annual Spark Of Love Toy Drive. Spark of Love collects new, unwrapped toys, books and sports equipment in conjunction with other charities annually for Orange County children, said fire engineer Steve Savage.
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By Hannah Fry | December 18, 2013
For Nathan Peters, a Kaiser Elementary School sixth-grader, science is more than just a class he attends each day. The specialized curriculum at his school provides him the opportunity to do things like build a solar oven and cook hot dogs and s'mores with his friends. "I really want that experience to happen," he said to trustees during a recent school board meeting. "I want to save our school science. " While Kaiser students still learn science, they have lost instructional time.
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By Matt Szabo | June 2, 2013
COSTA MESA - Sami Nowak just wanted to make a difference Sunday afternoon in the Daily Pilot Cup girls' fifth- and sixth-grade gold division championship match. The Kaiser Elementary sixth-grader wasn't doing that as goalie. Nowak only touched the ball twice in the first half, as Kaiser dominated possession against Andersen but failed to finish off its chances. As Nowak came off the field, she took off her gloves. The message sent to Kaiser Coaches John Fay and Jayme Amirie was clear.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | May 30, 2013
COSTA MESA - The girls' third- and fourth-grade bronze division is an interesting one at the Daily Pilot Cup. Many are dabbling in "the beautiful game" for the first time. But that didn't stop Newport Coast Elementary from starting strong in its pool-play game Thursday night against Kaiser. Alisa Tognoli scored in the game's very first minute for Newport Coast. Then, teammate Jessica Treska scored in the first minute of the second half to again give the Coyotes the lead. Tognoli would score again later, and Newport Coast would hold on for a 3-1 victory in its tournament opener at Davis Elementary.
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By Barry Faulkner | May 28, 2013
COSTA MESA - The official Daily Pilot Cup soccer uniform consists of a colored T-shirt and, well, whatever else the kids decide to wear. The third- and fourth-grade girls' silver division team from Mariners Elementary took extreme creative license when it came to everything else but their day-glo orange T-shirts in the opening round against Kaiser on Tuesday at Costa Mesa High. There were lime green socks, pink socks, multi-colored socks, some of which had patterns. There were yellow socks, black socks, red socks, white socks and even one player who chose a separate color for each sock.
NEWS
By Jeremiah Dobruck and Lauren Williams | April 2, 2013
Swastikas and the word "skinhead" were found painted at Kaiser Elementary School's baseball field, officials said. Principal Deborah Granger said staffers first noticed the slurs when they got to school Monday. Swastikas were painted on trash cans, and the word "skinhead" with a swastika had been painted on part of the backstop, Granger said. The tops of benches had also been painted white. By Monday night, the graffiti had been blurred out so it wasn't visible to children or other passersby, and it was fully painted over Tuesday, Granger said.
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By Jeremiah Dobruck | March 20, 2013
Sixth-grade students at Kaiser Elementary School in Costa Mesa were given a new class Wednesday, but they didn't seem to mind. Chany Pennewaert pressed the pattern of a coat of arms into a thin metal sheet. He had drawn it on a piece of paper and now traced it with a pointed wooden tool. "I like to draw swords a lot," he said. The class, dedicated solely to art, had its first session at Kaiser this month. For the past two years, the Woodland Kaiser Parent Faculty Organization has paid for the instruction at nearby Woodland Elementary School and this March expanded it. "The kids get really excited about it," longtime Kaiser teacher Linda Galloway said, adding that the dedicated arts education is something out of the ordinary for her class.
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By Britney Barnes | September 25, 2012
The quintessential Independence Day celebration involves a parade, fireworks, hot dogs, hamburgers and homemade apple pie, but what do other countries do? At a fiesta Friday afternoon in the multipurpose room, Kaiser Elementary School third-grade students in Sherrilynne Dangl's class got a taste of how Mexicans celebrate their Independence Day. Anna Walburge, 8, said she wants to incorporate some of what she learned into her Fourth of July celebration. "I like having tacos and Mexican food," she said.
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By Britney Barnes | September 20, 2012
Cheese, ice cream, yogurt, cottage cheese, sour cream and butter. Kaiser Elementary School's students Thursday morning listed some of the foods cows produce as they got up close to a bovine during a free assembly sponsored by the Dairy Council of California's Mobile Dairy Classroom. "It's good for them to know where their milk comes from, where all their food comes from," said Mobile Dairy Classroom teacher Steve Miller in a cowboy hat, sunglasses and boots. The star of the show was 8-year-old Feisty, a 900-pound brown and white Jersey cow who makes her home at the Mission Viejo High School farm, Miller said.
NEWS
By Amy Senk | August 25, 2012
A group of about 35 parents and teachers met with school district officials including Supt. Fred Navarro for 80 minutes last week, expressing their thoughts on Harbor View Elementary School and what they want to see in a new principal. John R. Caldecott, executive director of human resources, led the meeting in the multipurpose room of the school at 900 Goldenrod Ave. "We want you to be honest, open and critical," Caldecott told the group. He then explained four questions, including listing the strengths of the school, the school's greatest needs and critical issues and leadership qualities sought in a new principal.
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