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Holden bill to give returning vets a voice in community college leadership passes first committee hearing

Assemblymember Chris Holden’s (D-Pasadena) legislation to give veterans a stronger voice in college leadership was overwhelmingly approved today in the Assembly Higher Education Committee. AB 1557 has solid, bipartisan support…

State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson announces release of $38M to local educational agencies under Proposition 39

School districts will soon receive about $38 million from the state in the second round of planning funds from voter-approved Proposition 39, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced…

TUSD appoints Kathy Perini Interim Superintendent

TUSD appoints Kathy Perini Interim Superintendent   By SHEL SEGAL Elementary school principal Kathy Perini has been appointed by the Temple City Unified School District Board of Education on Monday…

Temple City USD Supe in hot water

Temple City USD Supe in hot water

Temple City USD Supe in hot water Chelsea Kang-Smith’s contract not renewed In a 4-1 vote the school board decided last week not to extend Superintendent Chelsea Kang-Smith’s contract for…

Playing it Safe on Social Media – a training session for parents and teens

It’s what teens do; hang out and share everything online. But parents fear their kids will interact with older strangers who might harm them or that posts made as a…

DDSLC Receives Donation from High 12 Club

DDSLC Receives Donation from High 12 Club

The Temple City High 12 Club recently donated $1,500 to the Dr. Doug Sears Learning Center. “On behalf of the Learning Center and its students, I’d like to thank the…

Bomb threat locks down Temple City Schools Wednesday

Longden Elementary School and TCHS were on lockdown Wednesday after a caller phoned in bomb threats at both the school and a sheriff’s station according to a report. The phone…

TCHS Launches Final Fundraising Push for Technology

The High School must raise $100,000 by September 30 to receive an additional $100,000 in matching funds from an anonymous donor. TCHS is asking staff, parents, alumni, friends, community members,…

We’re Never Too Old to Learn to Use Computers

Lynn Rabin is a retired LAUSD teacher. Through her local small business Senior to Senior, she now works with people-specializing in those of us over 50-who want to learn to…

Monrovia’s Santa Fe Middle School receives bogus threat

Monrovia’s Santa Fe Middle School receives bogus threat

Photos by Terry Miller School evacuated as precaution By Terry Miller Monrovia’s Santa Fe middle school was on lockdown Monday afternoon after a man called police and said he was…

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