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Gina Clayton-Tarvin
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Clerk, Board of Trustees, Ocean View School District in Huntington Beach and Teacher in Cerritos in the ABCUSD.
Clerk, Board of Trustees, Ocean View School District in Huntington Beach and Teacher in Cerritos in the ABCUSD.

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I spoke with KNBC4 about the need for parents and guardians, to talk with their children about the importance of being vigilant in awareness when walking to and from school. There is a predator in the community who attacked a 7th grade Spring View student and assaulted her, touching her in an inappropriate manner. We encourage parents and others to share with your child the importance of walking home in pairs or groups, safe school routes, being aware of your surroundings at all times, and avoiding cell phone distractions while walking. Please take a moment to watch this report and share. If you have any information to report regarding this incident, please call the Huntington Beach Police Department Crime Tip Line at 714-375-5066. Description of assailant: White Male, 25 yrs of age, 5’7” – 5’8” tall, 150 Lbs., brown wavy hair, scruffy facial hair, and driving a small black car with tinted windows with dark rims.
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OVSD Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources, Felix Avila, has been named the Association of California School Administrator's 2018 Negotiator of the Year! The announcement was made today by ACSA. Mr. Avila is being honored for his outstanding contributions in the areas of labor relations and negotiations as our District's Chief Negotiator with the Ocean View Teachers Association and CSEA Chapter 375. ACSA will honor Mr. Avila as "2018 Negotiator of the Year" at a special awards ceremony during ACSA’s Negotiators' Symposium in San Diego on January 17, 2018. He will be presenting at the Symposium in partnership with Mr. Leipper on the topic of, “Improving Labor Relations and Negotiations through Collaboration and Partnership.” This will be a special day for Mr. Avila and the entire school district. Congratulations from the OVSD Board of Trustees.
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Oak View Elementary School recently became the recipient of a $5K technology-focused Barona Grant, which will benefit the students and staff at Oak View Elementary School and the Oak View community through the Family Resource Center (FRC). The grant was announced and a large $5K check presented by California State Senator Janet Nguyen to Principal Dr. Rosa Guerra in front of more than 800 students during the morning's Patriotic Assembly. The Barona Grant provides for the purchase of nine Chromebooks for Oak View Elementary students, as well as several more Chromebooks and desktops for Oak View families to use at the FRC. We are pleased to have the opportunity to partner with the Family Resource Center and provide new technology tools for our Oak View students. The laptops provided by this grant will benefit an entire community. We greatly appreciate the hard work of State Senator Janet Nguyen and the generosity of the Barona Band of Mission Indians. Thank you to Senator Nguyen from the OVSD Board of Trustees.

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Our wonderful Oak View School students performed at the Fiesta de Santiago Apostol in Huntington Beach. Ocean View School District's diverse student population enriches our beautiful city!
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I have been honored by the LA Times! Thank you to the LA Times Daily Pilot staff for including me on the 2016 listing of the top 103 local newsmakers and most influential people of the past year. What an honor to be listed and at No.5! I'm appreciative and humbled to be recognized.

(pictured: Newport Beach activist Jean Watt, founder of Line in the Sand is No. 1 on the list)
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Last night at the annual organizational meeting of the Ocean View School District Board of Trustees, I was sworn in by Dr. Ralph Bauer, former HB Mayor and OVSD and HBUHSD Board Member at our annual organizational meeting. I am proud to report that I was voted in as Board President for a third year in a row and will be honored to lead the OVSD for another year.
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According to the final vote counts by the Orange County Registrar of Voters, Neal Kelley, the numbers are in. Thank you to the voters of the Ocean View School District for the overwhelming support in my re-election bid. We look forward to moving in a positive direction to make OVSD the best place it can be for our students. Thank you!
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Measure R, the General Obligation Bond measure for the Ocean View School District, now has complete vote counts shown below. We will continue to have pride in our community and provide a first class educational experience for our current and future students. OVSD will have updated, 21st century learning environments that include functional and efficient facilities and buildings to foster student learning, thanks to the voters of OVSD. We thank you!
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Radio interview and article from KPCC: In an agreement settling several lawsuits with the Ocean View School District, which includes Oak View Elementary, the waste management firm committed to fully enclosing the transfer station and equipping all buildings with state-of-the-art ventilation and air filtration systems. Republic also agreed to build a $4 million gymnasium for Oak View students and pay for a barrier of trees to separate the school from the transfer station.
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Here is a very thorough synopsis of the current situation at the Oak View Schools and Rainbow Transfer Station in regards to the improvements to be made and overall settlement of litigation between the two parties. Detailed settlement information is outlined in this article by Waste 360.
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