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Pacheco Elementary paving the way for bilingual learning

Kindergarten students learn Spanish and English in Pacheco’s 90:10 program At first glance, the four kindergarten classrooms at Pacheco Elementary School appeared like any other school in the San Luis Coastal Unified School District (SLCUSD). We visited during “free choice” time at the end of the day. Students busied themselves making story books, coloring weather …

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Santa Maria classroom awarded grant to help pay for Chromebook computers

Santa Maria, CA – Students in one Santa Maria classroom will soon have access to additional Chromebook computers thanks to a $1,000 Education Grant from SESLOC Federal Credit Union. Teacher Rachel Itzstein of Arellanes Junior High School applied for the grant, saying the computers will allow students to work collaboratively on digital projects.   “I …

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SESLOC promotions include chief operating officer, controller

San Luis Obispo, CA – SESLOC Federal Credit Union started 2016 with a new chief operating officer and a new controller, and both roles have been filled by familiar faces. Kelli Fite, former Senior Vice President and Marketing Manager for SESLOC, has been promoted to Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. Felipe Castaneda, former …

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SESLOC Paso Robles branch relocates into larger, more convenient space

Paso Robles, CA – SESLOC Federal Credit Union members will have access to drive-thru tellers, expanded member services, and more parking when the Paso Robles location relocates from Spring Street to Golden Hill Road January 25, 2016.   The new location at 705 Golden Hill Road was previously occupied by Rabobank. At 5,000 square feet, …

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How Social Media Can Boost SEO

For business owners, search engine optimization (SEO) can sometimes feel like a mystery to everyone but the search engines themselves. Keeping up with the shifting rules for “good SEO” can seem time consuming and daunting. While it is a good idea to stay up to date with SEO best practices, they sometimesaren’t guaranteed to work …

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Glenn Burdette hires wine business expert amid record growth

San Luis Obispo – Glenn Burdette, the leading certified public accounting firm on the Central Coast, has hired Hillary Trout to its growing team of tax professionals following a record growth year. As a tax manager, Trout will support wine industry services as well as income tax planning and compliance.   Trout spent the last …

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Local Golf Passport Program offers lessons from PGA coach

Passports now offered at three Central Coast courses SAN LUIS OBISPO – Central Coast golfers can learn from a pro thanks to lessons offered through the Golf Passport, now available at three local courses. For $60 a month, Passport holders receive private and group coaching from Rudy Duran, PGA member and longtime golf coach, a …

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Blurring Lines into Pop Culture: Emojis & e-Books as Advertising

As an ad-woman, I love seeing effective examples of advertising blurring the lines into pop-culture. Dove’s recent campaign for their Quench products for naturally curly hair had me all ears, errr, hair?   The Curl Issue Coming from a straight-haired girl who permed her way through the ’80s in a quest for curls, I’ve always been …

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SLO County’s Dairy Creek Golf Course to see improvements under new contractor

Board of Supervisors approve contract with Golden State Golf Company to operate concessions  San Luis Obispo – Owner Joel Clay of Golden State Golf Company said he’s planning significant improvements at San Luis Obispo County-owned Dairy Creek Golf Course in the coming year, following the county board of supervisors’ decision to allow him to manage …

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The Three Rs: Reading, Writing & Arithmetic – all part of Algebra I in STEAM classroom

Students at MBHS are using 21st century technology, communication skills in math lessons  The “Expedition Algebra” artwork in Aimee Burrus’ Morro Bay High School classroom helps pave the journey for her Algebra I students. “Math doesn’t have to be boring,” said Burrus. “My students learn the skills of algebra while ‘climbing’ the nine Morros of …

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