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  • Volunteer receives national honor

    For his volunteer service, James Lui, an IT administrator for ARAMARK Uniform Services in Burbank, recently received a Gold Jefferson Award for Public Service — one of the nation’s top honors for community service and volunteerism. As a board...
  • School raises funds for anniversary windows

    In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Crescenta Valley High School, a 15-panel series of stained glass windows has been designed to commemorate the school’s history. The panels were commissioned at $500 each. Tax deductible donations can be sent...
  • Equal access and fairness

    Thank you for your Dec. 4 article on the fallout from the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California suit about school fees. Parents are very confused now about what they ought to do concerning materials for their children's classes. The...
  • PTA membership drive sets goal at full participation

    Hoover High School Summer school at Hoover is in full swing. The first semester is complete and second semester is underway. After a brief August break, the 2011-2012 school year begins Monday, Aug. 29. Program Distribution for all students will be...
  • Spring Home Tour includes vintage Colonial houses

    Spring Home Tour includes vintage Colonial houses
    Docents will lead visitors through four local homes on Friday, May 4, when the La CaƱada High School 7/8 PTA holds its annual Spring Home Tour. Hours for the event are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. The gardens of a fifth home will serve as the backdrop for the...
  • Students trade four wheels for two on Bike to School Day

    Students trade four wheels for two on Bike to School Day
    The parade of two-wheelers snaking toward R.D. White Elementary School could have stocked a bicycle shop. There were mountain bikes, road bikes and beach cruisers with white-wall tires. Helmeted heads bobbed up and down to the rhythm of the pedals. It...