Tuesday, March 4, 2014

On the "Prowl" In South Orange County: Brief Thoughts As Q1 2014 Comes to a Close.....

Orange County survived the storm watch.   The storms were quite brutal at times.   What I had hoped was to see a dent in the drought being experienced in California.   All indications so far are that it has just "made a small dent".    This is as I have seen reports that 19 Water Districts are in danger of running out of water.

What I found striking was a conversation I had with the Assistant Principal at Aliso Viejo Middle School.   He was sharing how how he "suited up" to help the sole custodian clear out the drains at the school since the rains had blocked them all.   I commended him for the proactive stance he took and shared the miracle that he and all the other teachers and admisntrators do constantly and consistently at all the 56 campuses of the Capistrano Unified School District.   I made this very clear in my thoughts that I shared when I joined a roundtable to discuss the search for the new Superindenant for the Capistrano Unified School District.

 We're also bound to have some very interesting times in Southern Orange County as we have a number of key leading figures in South Orange County vying for office.  It is bound to be a very very interesting number of months.

The 2nd Quarter of 2014 is bound to be quite exciting.


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