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  • Family fun in full swing at River Grove School event

    The bouncy house in River Grove School's cafeteria was one of several fun activities available at the school recently. On Feb. 6, the River Grove School Parent Teacher Association had its annual Family Fun Fair at the school. Hundreds of children and...
  • Honest Abe visits Davis Magnet School

    Honest Abe visits Davis Magnet School
    Students at Davis Magnet School in Costa Mesa got a living history lesson Wednesday from a man who was the spitting image of Abraham Lincoln. The 16th president — or at least a very close approximation played by Lincoln impersonator Robert...
  • Buddy Bench aims to ensure no El Morro student is alone

    Buddy Bench aims to ensure no El Morro student is alone
    A once-plain aluminum bench near the playground at El Morro Elementary School has been transformed into a colorful means for bringing students together. If a student is lonely during recess or lunch, he or she takes a seat on the Buddy Bench and waits...
  • Leading our city schools

    A city's public school system ranks among its most important assets. In addition to educating future generations, the quality of a community's education system can be a powerful economic development tool and a reliable indicator of its quality of life....
  • Crescenta Valley PTA: 'Walk and Talk' event to be presented weekly

    A “Walk and Talk” event will be held every Wednesday from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. at Crescenta Valley Park, 3901 Dunsmore Ave., La Crescenta. This is an opportunity for parents to come together and discuss family communication as well as encourage...
  • La Cañada History: Verdugo Blvd. widening leaves little room for pedestrians, school children

    La Cañada History: Verdugo Blvd. widening leaves little room for pedestrians, school children
    Ten Years Ago Descanso Gardens reopened its gates to the public after having been forced to close for a full week in January 2005 to clean up after heavy rainstorms. It was the first time in the botanical showplace’s history that it was forced...
  • GUSD Candidate: Nayiri Nahabedian

    GUSD Candidate: Nayiri Nahabedian
    At a Glance: Age: 45 Occupation: Faculty member, California State University, Los Angeles; GUSD Board Member Political affiliation: Democrat Education: UCLA -- Master of Social Welfare, School of Public Policy & Social Research, 1995 UCLA -- Bachelor...
  • GUSD Candidate: Kevin Cordova-Brookey

    GUSD Candidate: Kevin Cordova-Brookey
    At a Glance: Age: 41 Occupation: Company Manager/Actor/Parent Political affiliation: Democrat Education: Oklahoma City University -- Bachelor of Arts in Communications, 1995  Online Resources:  Campaign website Facebook Page Twitter Feed...
  • Covert phone monitoring service allows parents to watch kids' digital lives

    Covert phone monitoring service allows parents to watch kids' digital lives
    Deana Rodriguez’s sons were 7 and 10 when she bought them their first smartphones in 2013, and the Long Beach mom didn’t quite trust the pair to navigate the technology on their own. It was a lot of power and information to place in the...
  • Time to apply for scholarships

    Time to apply for scholarships
    The deadline is approaching to apply for scholarships offered to high school seniors by the Arlington Heights Council of PTAs. Since 1973, about $425,000 in scholarships for post-high school education has been awarded. Feb. 28 is the application...
  • Lake Silver Elementary hosts dedication ceremony

    Lake Silver Elementary hosts dedication ceremony
    It might not mean much to the children in the classrooms, but for some of the adults, the terms “Lake Silver graduate” and “Lake Silver parent” are two separate badges of pride. For Mayor Buddy Dyer, there was a definite sense of...