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  • Pompano school to raffle brand new car

    Pompano school to raffle brand new car
    Forget gift baskets and gift cards, this elementary school is upping the ante for its annual fundraiser. McNab Elementary School in Pompano Beach will raffle off a brand new car — worth more than $19,000 — this May, members of the school's...
  • Glendale PTA: Wilson Middle School has the holiday ticket

    This time of year seems to usher in hectic schedules and frazzled nerves. Taking some time to spend with family and friends in an enjoyable activity might be just what the doctor ordered. Consider two upcoming fundraisers for worthwhile causes that will...
  • Weston school campus beautified

    Weston school campus beautified
    More than 400 people recently turned out to help beautify Indian Trace Elementary School as it celebrates 25 years in Weston. Teacher Kathryn Puccio has worked with faculty, volunteers, the student Green Team, the PTA and Home Depot for the annual Green...
  • Helping at the holidays: Benefits, boutiques, assistance and events

    During the holidays, many community groups put together feasts and assistance programs for those in need. Others present opportunities to celebrate. Here are examples of both: Benefits Costa Mesa Costa Mesa-based Share Our Selves is conducting its...
  • LAPD is reviewing use of helicopters for non-department events

    LAPD is reviewing use of helicopters for non-department events
    The Los Angeles Police Department helicopter climbed over a ridge of homes surrounding the La CaƱada Flintridge Country Club's golf course and dipped down over a fairway, its blades churning as it hovered above the grass. Dozens of golfers, children and...
  • Learning Matters: Getting help to the variety who need it

    Learning Matters: Getting help to the variety who need it
    Glendale and La Crescenta together make an appealing size for a community — big enough to be interesting and small enough to be knowable, with many resources to meet the needs of children and families. The school district has a history of...
  • Roosevelt Middle School forms a PTA

    Theodore Roosevelt Middle School is one of Glendale Unified’s oldest schools in the district, having been built in 1922. However, for years it has been among a few of Glendale’s 30 schools without a Parent Teacher Assn. That is until last...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Giving thanks, A to Z (CdM-style)

    A... Arthur Pescan. This Corona del Mar High School junior seems to do it all — cross country, the school musical, class president, mock trial, standing up to an angry crowd to support a new school sports complex. A school board trustee once said...
  • Kids of Character: Noah Rabinovitch

    Kids of Character: Noah Rabinovitch
    Noah Rabinovitch Age: 13 School: Tequesta Trace Middle in Weston Grade: 8 Hometown: Weston Trait: Citizenship Noah really got into the Halloween spirit, but it was a lot more than costumes and candy. He took the holiday to heart by...
  • Here's how you can help during the holidays

    Here's how you can help during the holidays
    During the holidays, many community groups put together Thanksgiving feasts and assistance programs for those in need. Here are some organizations that could use volunteers and donations: Costa Mesa Costa Mesa-based Share Our Selves is conducting...
  • Homework talk sparks 'spirited debate'

    Guidelines that suggest how long students should spend on homework were reviewed by the Burbank Unified school board last week during a meeting that had a teacher and former student speak out against them. Parents and teachers met for the first time last...