Apr 02, 2010 Filed in: Nye, Robert
Robert Nye, The Orange County Register When Principal Robert Nye heard rumors of "disruptive activity" following a 200-person walkout and rally at Dana Hills High School on Thursday in response to a 10.1 percent pay cut enacted for Capistrano Unified teachers, he made the following announcement Friday morning: "Students who choose to participate in disruptive behavior today will receive disciplinary consequences. If you are a senior, you may jeopardize culminating senior activities. If you are a student athlete, you will risk your ability to participate in future athletic events," according to a copy of the announcement obtained by The Orange County Register.
Nye is the Principal of Dana Hills High School in Dana Point.
May 04, 2007 Filed in: Volzke, Jonathan
Jonathan Volzke, The Capistrano Dispatch "Students were held in classrooms for more than two hours today after two small blasts echoed through the central mall at Dana Hills High School. No one was injured, and three students were held for questioning, a district spokeswoman said. The devices -- chemicals in water-bottle-type containers -- went off shortly after noon. They released little smoke, but district officials, sheriff's deputies and firefighters locked down the campus for the remainder of the day while investigating."
Volzke is the publisher of the Capistrano Dispatch.