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  • More students, larger staff help roll in La Caņada school district's new year

    More students, larger staff help roll in La Cañada school district's new year
    Nearly 4,100 students returned to La Caņada Unified campuses Tuesday as the district started what officials hope will be a robust and promising 2014-15 school year. Supt. Wendy Sinnette, speaking Monday evening at the last school board meeting of the...
  • La Caņada History: Peaches spends summer at the pool

    La Cañada History: Peaches spends summer at the pool
    Ten Years Ago Local parents, teachers and former students at La Caņada High weighed in via letters to the editor, expressing their extreme dismay on learning a mural that had been created over 20 years’ time by teens studying art at the school had...
  • Fresh faces to lead Glendale schools

    When school resumes in Glendale Unified on Monday, five of the district's roughly 30 schools will have new principals. Rene Valdes is settling in at Daily High School, the district's continuation school that allows students who have fallen behind on...
  • New La Caņada teachers get a family welcome

    New La Cañada teachers get a family welcome
    First-year La Caņada Unified teachers were welcomed to the community Wednesday, when Kiwanis Club of La Caņada hosted its annual Apple for the Teacher luncheon at Descanso Gardens. Fresh from a new employee orientation held at the district offices...
  • Community: Resident turning 96 grew up on Dryden Street

    Community: Resident turning 96 grew up on Dryden Street
    When Dorothy Atkinson asked her caregiver to contact the newspaper about her 96th birthday, she didn't want a big fuss, she just wanted to let her Glendale friends know she's still around. The whole family will be getting together on Saturday to...
  • The Whiteboard Jungle: Make real life education's driving force

    The Whiteboard Jungle: Make real life education's driving force
    Knowing that the leading cause of death among teenagers is fatal car crashes, one would think that teaching adolescents how to safely drive would be a national priority — or at least a high school graduation requirement. Not so. Giorgos Kazanis,...
  • Students engineer success with 3-D printer and robotic arm

    Students engineer success with 3-D printer and robotic arm
    Students at Glendale Community College met a major milestone this week when they unveiled a robotic arm and 3-D printer they spent months designing and building. The projects are the first of their kind to be produced on campus by students who belong to...
  • Verdugo area consortium wins digital media grant

    Glendale and Burbank educators are looking to further prepare students for working in the Verdugo region, thanks to a $6 million grant aiming to equip students with training to meet local industry needs. The California Department of Education announced...
  • GUSD approves plan to address students' social, emotional needs

    When Glendale school officials approved a three-year plan last week to ensure students' academic success and prioritize the district's money, they also committed to the plan's robust focus on students' social and emotional needs. During the 2014-15...
  • Learning Matters: Return to PTA emphasizes big changes

    Learning Matters: Return to PTA emphasizes big changes
    Nearly 27 years have passed since our daughter started kindergarten at John Muir Elementary and I first served on the board of a PTA. The last time I held a PTA office was when our youngest was still in middle school, 10 years ago — until now....
  • The Valley Line: Hollywood Bowl opens for its 93rd summer

    The Valley Line: Hollywood Bowl opens for its 93rd summer
    On the very first eve of summer the iconic Hollywood Bowl opened with a gala that will long be remembered. Nearly 18,000 people came, some with picnic baskets in tow, to experience what summer is all about in the greater Los Angeles area — al fresco...
  • GUSD may remove students' class rankings

    Glendale school officials will likely remove students' class rankings from transcripts, due to certain colleges and universities automatically turning students away for not falling within the top 10% of their class, even though those kids still attained a...