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December 3, 2002
BRIEFLY IN THE NEWS Hearing delayed for substitute teacher A preliminary hearing was continued from Friday to Thursday for a 35-year-old substitute teacher accused of sexually assaulting several female students. Todd Jerome Haluch of Huntington Beach faces a total of 17 felony counts of sexual assault and one count of witness intimidation. He was first arrested Sept. 13 after a therapist who treated one of the victims told police about it. Haluch posted $250,000 bail the same day. But a second warrant with four fresh charges issued Sept.
NEWS
September 28, 2002
Deepa Bharath NEWPORT BEACH -- A 35-year-old substitute teacher, who made bail after being arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting female students, is now facing a second arrest warrant as more victims have come forward, officials said Friday. Todd Jerome Haluch of Huntington Beach, who taught at Corona del Mar High School and TeWinkle Middle School between 1999 and 2000, was arrested on Sept. 13 on 13 counts of felony sexual assault. The new charges reflect four felony counts of sexual acts with a female juvenile and one count of witness intimidation, Newport Beach Police Sgt. Steve Shulman said.
NEWS
September 22, 2002
PUBLIC SAFETY Arrested substitute teacher makes $250,000 bail A 35-year-old Huntington Beach man arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting several girls, allegedly using his position as a substitute teacher, made a $250,000 bail last week. Todd Jerome Haluch, who had worked as a substitute teacher in Newport-Mesa, Huntington Beach, Garden Grove and Los Alamitos school districts over the last several years, was arrested on suspicion of 13 counts of felony sexual assault.
NEWS
October 17, 2002
-- Deepa Bharath BRIEFLY IN THE NEWS Teacher pleads not guilty to assaults A 35-year-old substitute teacher who once worked at Corona del Mar High and TeWinkle Middle schools pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges of sexually assaulting female students. Todd Jerome Haluch of Huntington Beach faces a total of 17 felony counts of sexual assault and one count of witness intimidation. He was first arrested on Sept. 13 after a therapist who treated one of the victims told police about it. Haluch bailed out the same day after posting $250,000 bail.
NEWS
September 17, 2002
Deepa Bharath A 35-year-old substitute teacher from Huntington Beach arrested Friday on suspicion of sexually assaulting several students posted a $250,000 bail the same day, police said Monday. Todd Jerome Haluch was arrested Friday on 13 counts of felony sexual assault, all relating to female victims between 13 and 17 years of age, police said. The alleged crimes were discovered after a therapist treating one of the alleged victims reported the incident to the police.
NEWS
By Britney Barnes | May 7, 2012
The majority of high school students use at least one social media site. And not just on a computer, but on smartphones that allow them to upload photos or update their statuses all day, every day. Students are spending all this time using social media, but is anyone teaching them how to use it for more than just checking out party pictures? For one class of Corona del Mar High School sophomores, that answer was no — until now. "There is no education on social media in the education system," said teacher Brandon Sowers.
NEWS
January 8, 2003
Police, fire warn of false solicitation The Newport Beach Police and Fire departments issued a joint statement Tuesday stating that they are not affiliated with the Assn. of Firefighters and Paramedics, a group that is purportedly soliciting in the city. Officials said phone solicitors have been calling residents to make donations of at least $25. Newport Beach Firefighter Assn. President Rich Thomas said he urges residents to support only local organizations.
NEWS
December 19, 2003
Paul Saitowitz Annie Winston was tired. Tired of struggling with her twin sister to get a fledgling business off the ground, tired of battling to keep herself and her three children safe in the midst of a failing marriage, and just tired in general. Anyone would be if they spent hours in the middle of the night penning a book in the ashes of what once was supposed to be a multimedia cartoon company. "I spent several years on and off trying to develop this project with my sister, and we lost all our capital, and that partnership dissolved," Winston said.
NEWS
By JOHN REGER | May 15, 2008
Gale Coffman and Jill Luttrell are not exactly in Paul Goydos? demographic. The 70-year-old Coffman and 27-year old Luttrell are golfers, but neither of the Costa Mesa residents had heard about the 43-year-old journeyman, who lives in Dove Canyon. It was nice to see they learned what I have known about Goydos for 10 years; he is one of the nicest, genuine, most down-to-earth professional athletes I have ever met. His favorite restaurant is Super Mex and I still have a raincheck to go eat there with him one of these days.
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By Hannah Fry | November 6, 2013
With an increasing number of teachers spending more days outside their classrooms in preparation for Common Core's sweeping new curriculum standards, Newport-Mesa Unified is facing a shortage of substitute teachers to fill the void. Kimberly Claytor, president of the Newport-Mesa Federation of Teachers, expressed teachers' frustration when she addressed the school board during a special meeting last week. Teachers, especially at the elementary school level, take a significant amount of time to prepare lessons in multiple subjects for substitute teachers, she said.
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NEWS
By Britney Barnes | May 7, 2012
The majority of high school students use at least one social media site. And not just on a computer, but on smartphones that allow them to upload photos or update their statuses all day, every day. Students are spending all this time using social media, but is anyone teaching them how to use it for more than just checking out party pictures? For one class of Corona del Mar High School sophomores, that answer was no — until now. "There is no education on social media in the education system," said teacher Brandon Sowers.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Michael Miller | November 26, 2008
COSTA MESA — Vanessa Jourdan used up her lunch hour June 20 to race down to Best Buy at the Metro Pointe at South Coast shopping center to check for a new CD on the rack. She didn’t intend to purchase the album, but when she found it, she examined the front and back cover intently and snapped one picture after another on her cellphone. The CD, “Eternal Things,” was Jourdan’s third album — and she had taken advantage of RegionalCD, a program that permits independent artists to submit their work to be sold at Best Buy. Jourdan, a member of Rock Harbor Church in Costa Mesa, didn’t expect to make much money off record store sales; most of her minimal earnings come from people who buy her songs online.
NEWS
By JOHN REGER | May 15, 2008
Gale Coffman and Jill Luttrell are not exactly in Paul Goydos? demographic. The 70-year-old Coffman and 27-year old Luttrell are golfers, but neither of the Costa Mesa residents had heard about the 43-year-old journeyman, who lives in Dove Canyon. It was nice to see they learned what I have known about Goydos for 10 years; he is one of the nicest, genuine, most down-to-earth professional athletes I have ever met. His favorite restaurant is Super Mex and I still have a raincheck to go eat there with him one of these days.
NEWS
December 19, 2003
Paul Saitowitz Annie Winston was tired. Tired of struggling with her twin sister to get a fledgling business off the ground, tired of battling to keep herself and her three children safe in the midst of a failing marriage, and just tired in general. Anyone would be if they spent hours in the middle of the night penning a book in the ashes of what once was supposed to be a multimedia cartoon company. "I spent several years on and off trying to develop this project with my sister, and we lost all our capital, and that partnership dissolved," Winston said.
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