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KinderPiano Class Prepares Young Children for Music Lessons

KinderPiano Class Prepares Young Children for Music Lessons

Temple City sisters Ashley and Kristen Mok study stringed instruments at the Pascale Music Institute in South Pasadena. They recently participated in the 2013 Schoenfeld International String Competition in Hong…

TCUSD District Nurse Completes National Certification

TCUSD District Nurse Completes National Certification

-Courtesy photo In July 2014, TCUSD’s District’s Nurse, Nancie Rodriguez, received a National Board Certification of School Nurses. Ms. Rodriguez explained, “I was motivated to sit for this exam because…

Commercial Acting Classes For Adults September 30 – Dec 2

Commercial Acting Classes For Adults  September 30 – Dec 2

The last acting class shows off their headshots – Courtesy photo COMMERCIAL ACTING for ADULTS will be offered September 30 – December 2 at Pasadena Senior Center. This ten-week on-camera…

Arcadia Teacher of Year could shake up the teacher tenure debate

By SHEL SEGAL As this year’s Teacher of the Year recipient for the Arcadia Unified School District, Patrick Tierney has an idea that would shake up the teacher tenure debate…

Arcadia students conduct research in South Africa

By SHEL SEGAL Summer might be just about over, but for Arcadia teenagers Sarah Wang and Kelly Chang it was one to remember. Both volunteers at the Los Angeles Zoo,…

Sidney D. Gamble Lecture Series Presents Pioneers of Modernism: Arts and Crafts in Australia

Author/professor Harriet Edquist discusses how the Australian Arts and Crafts movement set the stage for Modernism in Australia on September 30, 2014. The popular Sidney D. Gamble Lecture Series, now…

Patrick Tierney Named AUSD Teacher of the Year

Patrick Tierney Named AUSD Teacher of the Year

-Courtesy photo The Arcadia Unified School District is pleased to announce Patrick Tierney as its Teacher of the Year for the 2014-2015 school year. Tierney, who speaks fluent Spanish, Latin,…

Waste Management Encourages Parents to Teach New Recycling Habits as School Year Begins

Five easy ways to make this school year the greenest ever for children School is back in session for kids and Waste Management of Southern California would like to encourage…

State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson Applauds Legislative Progress; Welcomes Students Back to School

State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson Applauds Legislative Progress, Education Reform as 2013-14 Session Wraps Up Describing the past two years as easily being the best for public education in California…

What to do when the earth starts shaking

What to do when the earth starts shaking

The damage done recently in Napa -Photos by Scott Jones By Susan Motander During the coverage of the Napa earthquake, a commentator made a novel suggestion: If you are in…

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