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Health and Safety at School (INACTIVE)

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  • The Crosby Chronicles: Back to school means back to forms

    The Crosby Chronicles: Back to school means back to forms
    One thing I like about Burbank schools is that the district distributes the parent packet of forms to be filled out at least one week before the start of school. In the past, students would bring home the 2-inch thick manila folder of forms on the...
  • Brown blocks parole for killer of CV student in 1991

    Gov. Jerry Brown has revoked a decision to grant parole to a man who in 1991 shot and killed a 17-year-old Crescenta Valley High School student on prom night, essentially upholding the same decision made by his predecessor. The O.C. Register is reporting...
  • Grant goes toward bicycle safety

    Grant goes toward bicycle safety
    Faced with an increase in bicycle-related crashes, Burbank officials say they plan to use a $100,000 state grant to educate the public on the rules of the road. Spending the money on safety classes aimed primarily at cyclists is seen at City Hall as a...
  • Seminar on teen drug use tonight in La Cañada

    A forum designed to educate parents about the realities of teenage drug and alcohol use will be held tonight at City Hall at 7 p.m. The forum, called Hidden in Plain Sight and presented by La Cañada Flintridge’s Public Safety Commission in...
  • Pasadena hit hard by windstorm, declares state of emergency

    Pasadena hit hard by windstorm, declares state of emergency
    High winds forced Pasadena officials to close public schools and declare a state of emergency early Thursday, as gusts toppled trees, knocked out power and snarled traffic throughout the foothills. At 5:52 a.m., city officials posted a notice announcing...
  • DVD Review: 'Tucker & Dale vs. Evil'

    DVD Review: 'Tucker & Dale vs. Evil'
    Released two months ago amid no flurry of any sort, “Tucker & Dale vs. Evil” is a fine example of young talent — in this case, director/co-writer Eli Craig — finding yet one more way to freshen up a seemingly exhausted genre. The...
  • Travis Talianko headed to San Jose State

    Travis Talianko headed to San Jose State
    With just shy of four football seasons’ worth of tackle football experience under his belt, St. Francis High senior Travis Talianko has already assured himself the opportunity of four more years of football. On Wednesday morning, the Golden Knights...
  • Long time Glendale schools official Lois Neil-Sambar dies at 76

    Lois Neil-Sambar, a prominent local educator and philanthropist, died Tuesday at her home in La Cañada Flintridge. She was 76. The cause of death was cancer, her husband Chuck Sambar said. Born on October 30, 1934 in Hoboken, New Jersey, Neil-Sambar...
  • Burbank secures money for bike safety classes

    Burbank secures money for bike safety classes
    The City Council this week agreed to accept more than $100,000 in state money to offer adult bike safety classes. The classes are a major step for the city, which established a Bicycle Master Plan in 2009 with goals of encouraging bicyclists to take to...
  • BB gun case has parents on the boil

    An incident last week in which a 10-year-old boy brandished a BB gun at the home of a Burbank schoolmate has put district officials on the fine line of heeding parent calls for more accountability while protecting student rights. Despite assurances from...
  • Crescenta Valley High student reportedly falls to death

    Crescenta Valley High student reportedly falls to death
    Grievance counselors are reportedly converging on Crescenta Valley High after a student fell to his death near the administration building, according to school sources and witness reports. The fall was reportedly witnessed by dozens of students, but...
  • Glendale Unified confirms death of student

    Glendale Unified confirms death of student
    Glendale Unified officials now say that it was a male student who fell to his death at Crescenta Valley High School today in full view of dozens of students, who were evacuated off the campus shortly after fourth period. Students and school sources...