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Congratulations to Coach Nikole Terflinger and Selena Guerrero, who were recently honored at the GGUSD Board Meeting as Bolsa Grande High School's Coach and Athlete of Character. Athletic Director Scott Snyder was honored to give the award to Terflinger, saying in part: “Coach Terflinger has demonstrated the individual character traits of trustworthiness, fairness, and caring which have set her apart from her peers and led to her being honored tonight. Nikole has shown to be consistent in her words and in her actions when dealing with athletes and other coaches. She has demonstrated, time and time again, the honesty and sincerity with which she handles herself as both a teacher and a coach, and her level of loyalty to her school, her sport, and her players are off the charts.” Additionally, Coach Terflinger had high praise for senior varsity player Guerrero: “Selena will leave great big shoes to fill on my field as well as on the campus of Bolsa Grande. She not only is a great softball player and leader, but she exudes the characteristics of a leader, acts with integrity, is selfless, and is hardworking. Any person that comes in contact with her will be a better person for it.” Congratulations to both deserving Matadors!
Last Saturday evening in a beautiful ceremony, Tim Martinez was named Supervisor of the Year for the entire GGUSD! This is truly a big honor and one that is well deserved by Tim! It is not easy being a Plant Supervisor for a Stadium School, let alone during years of modernization. Tim has worked diligently across our campus to ensure we can all do our jobs and have the facility to make that possible! Congratulations, Tim! Thank you for all that you do!
Many thanks to Mr. Johnson’s wonderful AP Environmental Science students, who recently spent a winter beach day learning and working to protect the tide pools at a local State Marine Conservation Area. On December 20th, our hardworking and dedicated Matadors headed south for an educational field trip to Laguna Beach’s famed Heisler Park and tide pools. Here, students participated in the Coastkeeper’s educational program and dedicated a day to learn about Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) and the ecology of our coastline. Students also provide marine protection and conservationism during a beach and tide pool clean-up. These pools, which are vital and delicate ecosystems, benefit greatly from the conservation work, and as always, our kids are ready and willing to jump in and do their part to keep our waterways beautiful