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BUENA VISTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

100 Aldebaran Ave, Lompoc. (805) 742-2020

CABRILLO HIGH SCHOOL

4350 Constellation Road. Lompoc. (805) 742-2900

CLARENCE RUTH ELEMENTARY

501 North W Street, Lompoc. (805) 742-2500

CRESTVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Utah Ave. Vandenberg AFB. (805) 742-2050

1211 East Pine Avenue, Lompoc. (805) 742-2100

FILLMORE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

HAPGOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

324 South ‘A’ Street, Lompoc. (805) 742-2200

LA CANADA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

620 West North Avenue, Lompoc. (805) 742-2250

LA HONDA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

1213 North A Street, Lompoc. (805) 742-2300

LOMPOC HIGH SCHOOL

515 W. College Ave. Lompoc, (805) 742-3000

LOMPOC VALLEY MIDDLE SCHOOL

234 South N Street, Lompoc, (805) 742-2600

LOS BERROS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

3745 Via Lato, Lompoc. (805) 742-2350

MAPLE HIGH SCHOOL

4010 Jupiter Avenue, Lompoc. (805) 742-3150

MIGUELITO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

1600 W. Olive Avenue, Lompoc. (805) 742-2440

MISSION VALLEY SCHOOL

606 East Central Avenue, Lompoc. (805) 742-3252

VANDENBERG MIDDLE SCHOOL

Mountain View Blvd. VAFB. (805) 742-2700

LOMPOC SCHOOLS

LA PURISIMA SCHOOL

219 W Olive Avenue, Lompoc. (805) 736-6210

www.thelompocvision.com

The Lompoc Vision

“Good News You Can Use.”

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(Corner of J and Laurel) in Lompoc

Lompoc Adult

School & Career

Center

(LASCC)

– LASCC offers

programs which in-

clude: English as a

Second Language (ESL), High School Diploma, Computer

Basics, Intro to Careers, Workplace Readiness Skills and

American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED classes. Contact

the LASCC office for additional information for days and

times of all classes.

Office Hours: Monday through Thursday

7:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Friday:

7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

320 N J Street, Lompoc ………...……. (805) 742-3100

T

he Lompoc Family YMCA is proud to announce the 6-week Summer Horizon Pilot

Program, which is designed to enrich the lives of children who have exhibited at-risk

behavior for gang activity.

The participating children will graduate in sixth grade, which is a pivotal year. Statistics

show that if children have not found something that they are passionate about at this point

in adolescence, they often lose hope and begin searching for somewhere to “fit in” and fre-

quently choose the path of gang membership.

Horizon is a measurable and intense 3-year, 6-week summer program. All 25 participants

and their families are fully vetted and asked to commit to the 3-year program. Staff work with these children and parents

throughout the summer to keep them engaged and included. They will be assessed every year at the beginning and end of

the 6-week program.

Over the course of the 3-year program all participants will learn to increase their literacy, learn specific strategies for dia-

betes and obesity prevention with the Nike Marathon club, and cooking lessons from the Foodbank of Santa Barbara. The

participants will supplement their elementary school education with STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) and

LEGO robotics. The Horizons Program will also

be working on projects with the Lompoc Commu-

nity Garden and Charlotte’s Web Bookmobile.

The Lompoc Family YMCA is looking for pas-

sionate individuals to fill the role of Horizons

Program Director. Anyone interested in apply-

ing for the position or donating to the program

can contact Claudia Ortiz, Youth Development

Director

:claudia.quezada-rocha@ciymca.org

(805)736-3483.

About the Channel Islands YMCA

Established in 1887, the Channel Islands YMCA

is a charitable organization of seven YMCA

branches serving Santa Barbara and Ventura counties including: Camarillo Family YMCA, Lompoc Family YMCA,

Montecito Family YMCA, Santa Barbara Family YMCA, Stuart C. Gildred Family YMCA in Santa Ynez, Ventura Family

YMCA, and Youth and Family Services YMCA which operates Noah’s Anchorage Youth Crisis Shelter, the St. George

Family Youth Center and My Home.

The Y is the nation’s leading nonprofit committed to strengthening communities through youth development, healthy

living and social responsibility. The Channel Islands YMCA serves over 46,000 individuals and provides over $1.3 mil-

lion in financial assistance to families in need for child care, YMCA memberships, away and day camps, youth sports,

and teen after-school programs. For more information about the Lompoc Family YMCA, visit

http://www.ciymca.org/

lompoc/ or call (805) 736-3483.

Y Directors create a brighter future for at-risk local youth