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Mr. Steve Green

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Los Angeles Unified School District
Beyond The Bell Branch Central Office 333 S. Beaudry Ave, Floor 29
Los Angeles, California 90017
United States

Company Description: Los Angeles Unified School District's (LAUSD) mission is to believe in the equal worth and dignity of all students and is committed to educate all students to their...   more

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  • James Russell Lowell High School
  • UC Davis
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Our Staff, 25 Jan 2013 [cached]
Steve Green - Throws Coach, Vacaville High School; California
BELOVED COACH: That same month, the ..., 29 Dec 2013 [cached]
BELOVED COACH: That same month, the Vacaville community mourned the death of Vacaville High School teacher and coach Steve Green, who lost the battle to cancer at age 56. Described by one of his colleagues as "the face of Vacaville High," his death marked No. 4 on the list of top stories of 2013.
Green, who taught English and coached football and track at Vacaville High for more than 33 years, was described by friends and family at a memorial service that included some 700 attendees as loving a family member, friend, colleague, teacher and a devout Christian.
Other big success stories were sprinkled ..., 29 Dec 2013 [cached]
Other big success stories were sprinkled throughout the calendar, along with some sadness when longtime Vacaville football coach and local icon Steve Green died.
7, Steve Green dies at 56
Longtime Vacaville assistant football coach Steve Green died in August after a lengthy battle with cancer. He was 56.
Green was known throughout the community as much more than a football coach. He had been a teacher at Vacaville for 32 years, and gave an annual re-enactment of Dr. Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech at the school to celebrate MLK day.
Green was an offensive lineman at UC Davis in the 1970s. He became a teacher, coach and mentor with the Bulldogs, and his rallying cry of, "Who Ya Rootin' For?
4. Death of Vacaville icon Green ..., 1 Jan 2013 [cached]
4. Death of Vacaville icon Green (19): Steve Green, beloved coach and teacher at Vacaville High lost a lengthy battle with cancer a week shy of his 57th birthday and just before the start of the 2013-14 school year.
CVHS security officer Steve ..., 7 Aug 2007 [cached]
CVHS security officer Steve Green acknowledges students on the first day of school in his new super golf-cart.
In his element - behind the wheel of his new super golf-cart - Green slowly zooms across an open area on campus.
When Chino Valley Unified School District security officer Steve Green receives a call on his radio, there's no telling what a group of 1,000 high school-aged kids are up to.
Green usually answers these calls from his electric golf cart, an iconic vehicle around Chino Valley High School (CVHS).
Three weeks ago, that golf cart received an overhauling, Green said.
This is an understatement.
"The student council gave funds for the golf cart sooping," Green said while driving in the now lifted, large-tired, and shiny-rimmed vehicle."They tried to put spinners on it."
Green's golf cart now has sirens, a P.A, and police lights on its top.
"They changed the colors of the lights because they were the same as police cars... they're orange and white now," Green said.
The vehicle can achieve speeds of as much as 25 mph, Green said, but he wouldn't want to go that fast because he has to navigate tight spaces around CVHS.
"It's an obstacle course here (CVHS)."
Although fun, the cart offers serious benefits.
"I got a call (Thursday) on my radio because there was someone in distress near the band room.A student had a seizure.They wanted me to direct the ambulance.There are situations where I need to respond quickly," Green said.
Green is entering his third year as the school's security guard.
"I love my job."
Now Green loves his golf cart.
"I'm beyond thankful to the student council and to Officer (Brandon) Frost.Without them, I'd be on foot patrol," Green said.
"It's more or less for Mr. Green and I to be positive role models."
Even before the overhauling, students loved seeing the golf cart, Green said.
The vehicle is well known on the CVHS campus.
"Throughout the year, they (CVHS students) beg me for rides.I try to tell them that is not what this is for, but every so often I break down.It helps me solidify a relationship with the kids," Green said.
On Monday, the first day of school, students tried to exploit more than a few rides.
During her first day of school, Rachel Fountain, a freshman, landed a ride with Green after asking where the gym is located.
A CVHS student hollered to Green while passing by.
"Lights under the carriage," Green answered jokingly.
"You need hydros on that thing," the student responded.
Green said last year some CVHS students altered a sticker on the front of the cart to read "Stud" instead of "Student Resources."
Green smiled while recounting the harmless prank.
With such a fun vehicle, Green said he has to remember to walk every so often.
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