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October 25, 2014 (Lemon Grove)-- The "History Alive" lecture series, sponsored by the Lemon Grove Historical Society, will continue on Nov. 6 at 7 p.m. in the H. Lee House Cultural Center, 3205 Olive, Lemon Grove, with a presentation by the City's charismatic school superintendent, Ernest Anastos, related to the series' current theme, "The Future of Lemon Grove."

Well-traveled and bilingual, Anastos has overseen the rise of the academy structure in local schools, a vibrant dual immersion language program, heightened technological capability in classrooms, a successful school bond (Prop W, 2008), escalating enrollment, and the construction of the City's most beautiful public building, the Lemon Grove Library.

Find out where Lemon Grove’s school district is headed next when this visionary educator shares exciting news about the future of Lemon Grove School District.

Refreshments will follow the presentation, which is free and suitable for ages 14 and over.

Videotaping of "History Alive" is made possible by a Community Enhancement Grant from the San Diego Board of Supervisors on the recommendation of Supervisor Dianne Jacob, District 2.  Ancillary costs of the series are underwritten by the Mary England Endowment for Education for the furtherance of lifelong learning. 

For more information:  619-460-4353.

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