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The Johnson Middle School Drone Has Arrived!

Johnson Middle School has always been on the cutting edge of 21st century technology. Now the Videography Class will be using a drone in their photography and video projects. This drone footage will be used in school promotions and the new Johnson Middle School website. If you see the drone at outdoor events make sure you wave to the camera.
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DeMille Elementary: Vietnamese Class Anything but Run of the Mill

When you first enter Huong Dang's kindergarten class at DeMille Elementary and see a room full of exuberant 5- and 6-year-olds singing and learning their numbers, you probably would not think twice about it. But then you look around and notice the alphabet hanging on the walls have accent marks on them, and instead of 26 letters, there are 29, and "f", "j" and "w" are nowhere to be found.
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Why Orange County Kindergartners are Learning Vietnamese and English

The 8 a.m. bell shrilled, and a squirming line of children made their way into class, plopping down on a mat. The teacher stepped forward, welcoming them: "Chao ban, Quin. Chao ban, Koltan. Chao ban, Roberto." After a "good morning" song, she held up a picture of rain. "Mua. Mua," she said, her tone deliberate. The kindergartners at DeMille Elementary near Little Saigon are participating in the state's first Vietnamese/English dual-immersion program.
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ABC-7 Story on Dual Immersion at DeMille

MIDWAY CITY, Calif. (KABC) -- Kindergarten students in Midway City are taking part in the state's first Vietnamese-English dual immersion program. Students at Demille Elementary School spend half of their day learning letters, words and colors in Vietnamese and then the other half learning English.
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Heat Advisory

“During extremely hot weather it is important to check on those who are at high risk to make sure they are staying cool,” says County Health Officer Dr. Eric Handler. “The people at highest risk during extreme heat include seniors who live alone, people with heart or lung disease, and young children.”
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