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  • Glendale PTA: Schools closed twice this month

    Roosevelt Middle School's monthly Coffee with the Principal will be held from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. on Feb. 18 in the school library. Parents can stay in touch with their children's activities and studies over a cup of morning coffee. Glendale Unified...
  • Bring back TTS, Kindle

    Amazon's Kindle is common enough in American life to be "the Official E-reader of the National PTA." But it could enrich the lives of many more people if recent E Ink models weren't missing text to speech (TTS) technology. TTS costs next to nothing and...
  • Students at one of Boynton's first schools to reunite

    Students at one of Boynton's first schools to reunite
    Boynton Beach will have a class reunion to remember at the city's Schoolhouse Children's Museum this weekend. The building that Schoolhouse Children's Museum sits in used to be one of Boynton Beach's first schools called The Boynton School, which opened...
  • Dolores Margaret BoysenJune 16, 1920 - February 23, 2015

    Dolores Margaret Boysen<br/>June 16, 1920 - February 23, 2015
    Dolores Parry Boysen, 94, a 60 years long resident of Burbank, CA passed away on February 23, 2015 in Burbank, California. The Rosary and Visitation were held Thursday, February 26th at 7 PM at St. Finbar Catholic Church in Burbank. The Funeral was...
  • Verdugo Views: Helping a Sister City relationship flower

    Verdugo Views: Helping a Sister City relationship flower
    Back in the days when Carroll W. Parcher was editor and publisher of the Glendale News-Press, he wrote a column, “In My Opinion,” supporting local causes and expressing his thoughts on life in this city. In the mid-1960s, he devoted several...
  • PB picks superintendent search panel

    PB picks superintendent search panel
    All but one of the 15 community members who will serve on an advisory panel to help search for Palm Beach County's next schools superintendent have been picked. So far, the panel's members and organizations include: Kathi Gundlach, Classroom Teachers...
  • Glendale High Cluster PTA: R.D. White among schools marking Founders Day

    Founders Day is celebrated by PTAs across the country to recognize the legacy and commitment that PTA founders had toward bettering the lives of children through education, health and safety. Celebrations are taking place in our own community's PTAs,...
  • A Believer In Power Of Civil Rights, Education

    Claudia Mallett was a quiet but passionate woman who believed in the power that education conferred. She was a leader of the civil rights and peace movement in Detroit for 30 years, and helped hundreds of children as a school social worker. In...
  • Palzet leaving D39 to become superintendent in Burr Ridge

    The search is on for a new Wilmette Junior High School principal, now that Dave Palzet, who also headed Highcrest Middle School, has announced that he will be leaving Wilmette School District 39 at the end of this school year. Palzet, 41, will become...
  • Letter to the editor: Thanks to all Santa's Workshop volunteers at Leigh School

    The students at John V. Leigh School love Santa's Workshop and it's all because of the parents. I would like to thank all the parents that donated wrapping paper, gift bags, gifts tags, and tape. I would like to thank all of the parents that spent hours...
  • International fair opens kids, adults to other cultures

    International fair opens kids, adults to other cultures
    Whirling skirts, multicultural art and global tastes took center stage Friday evening as Golf School District 67 held its 11th annual International Celebration of Cultures. More than 200 people packed Golf Middle School's gym to visit the display tables...