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  • Local students honored at art competition hosted by Rep. Schiff

    Local students honored at art competition hosted by Rep. Schiff
    Three local students were honored recently at the annual 28th District Congressional Art Competition Exhibit in Van De Kamp Hall at Descanso Gardens in La Cañada Flintridge, hosted by Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank). Christine J. Lee, a student at Clark...
  • Glendale Unified middle, high schools all receive state's Gold Ribbon Award

    Glendale schools won significant recognition this week as state officials announced all eight of the school district’s comprehensive middle and high schools earned the 2015 California Gold Ribbon Schools Award. The award is equivalent to the former...
  • Community: Brand launches student film event

    Hoover High School film students have earned the distinction of being the first to participate in the inaugural Student Film Showcase to be presented by the Brand Associates, the fundraising arm of the Brand Library. The free screenings will be from 7 to...
  • Glendale High students join in 106th oratorical

    Glendale High students join in 106th oratorical
    Glendale High School students participated in what is perhaps one of the oldest traditions in Glendale, and unique to the high school, when they performed in the school’s 106th annual oratorical. The event last Friday had each class, from the...
  • Daily High recognized by state as model school

    Daily High recognized by state as model school
    Daily High School is one of 480 continuation high schools in California, and, on Wednesday, it was recognized by state education officials as being a model school, becoming one of just 29 campuses statewide to earn that distinction. The students who walk...
  • Around Town: Learning a language isn't the same as speaking it

    Applying to college? Now that we've discussed the advantages of being multilingual, it's time to take another look at the issue. Stanford recommends four years of a foreign language, but will consider a student with only three years. “For example,...
  • With survey results in, Glendale students feel 'hopeless'

    Results of a survey commissioned by district officials last year showed 21% of Glendale seventh graders, 25% of freshmen and 28% of juniors last year had experienced chronic sadness or hopelessness within 30 days of taking it. Also, about 15% of...
  • Community: Homes on tour are holiday delights

    Community: Homes on tour are holiday delights
    The Hoover High School PTA Tour of Homes is always a festive way to celebrate the holidays. Exploring the four homes decorated beautifully for the season allows guests a chance to socialize along the way. This 57th annual event on Dec. 13 featured two...
  • Glendale PTA: 'High School 101' slated for Jan. 12 at Glendale High

    Students in the Glendale Unified School District are on winter break through Jan. 6, with classes resuming on Jan. 7. Though the focus may be on holiday fun, it’s not too early for local seventh- and eighth-grade students to plan to attend “...
  • Locals react to end of YES

    Locals react to end of YES
    About 12 years ago, La Cañada mom Jan Crane was in need of a baby-sitter for her two small children when a friend referred her to Youth Employment Service. Operated by the Assistance League of Flintridge and run out of an office at La Cañada High...
  • Students begin events in memory of Armenian genocide

    Students begin events in memory of Armenian genocide
    In the presence of an Armenian Genocide survivor, Glendale students on Wednesday night kicked off commemoration events in a continued effort to honor those lost in the genocide and have the tragedy officially recognized by the Turkish government. From...
  • Glendale educators grow technology courses

    The Glendale Unified school board recently voted to adopt two new courses for middle and high school students centered around technology — another step toward the district’s expanding focus on career-technical education. A new “...