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PUSD week at Pasadena Museum of History September 3-7

Visit Pasadena Museum of History’s exhibition Crown City Jubilee, which celebrates PUSD’s 140th birthday and also features many other local businesses and institutions with significant anniversaries in 2014. Show your…

Dust, Drought and Dreams Gone Dry: A commemoration of the 1930s American Dust Bowl

Dust, Drought and Dreams Gone Dry: A commemoration of the 1930s American Dust Bowl

-Lange, Dorothea, photographer. Date Created/Published: 1937 June. The Pasadena Public Library will host “Dust, Drought, and Dreams Gone Dry,” a national traveling exhibition about the Dust Bowl, the disastrous drought…

Woodcraft Rangers gives students a fun learning experience

Woodcraft Rangers gives students a fun learning experience

-Courtesy photo By SHEL SEGAL As school is now in session, students in Rosemead should be happy to know there is a place they can go once the final bell…

Charter School shut down by Fire Marshal

By SHEL SEGAL A charter school in Pasadena was closed on Tuesday as the fire marshal for the Pasadena Fire Department said “the school’s building is unsafe and several fire…

‘Back to School’ at Judson is like coming home

‘Back to School’ at Judson is like coming home

-Courtesy photos By Evan Harris, Judson Senior As a student at Judson International School since the first grade, I have never dreaded the phrase “Back to School.” Because Judson has…

Farewell to the Land Down Under

Farewell to the Land Down Under

By: Bailee Weisz and Nathan Wong Final week. It’s hard to believe that our trip is coming to an end. This month has been nothing short of amazing. From going…

State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson Announces New Toolkit to Help Educators Explain Common Core

Educators and school districts now have a new free toolkit to help them spread the word about how the Common Core State Standards are remodeling California’s education system to better…

State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson Issues Statement on 2014 ACT® Report

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson today issued the following statement upon the release by ACT of its annual report, “The Condition of College and Career Readiness 2014.” “It…

TCUSD Kicks Off New School Year

TCUSD First Day of School – August 27 Important Dates to Remember REGISTRATION/ARENA SCHEDULING Emperor Elementary School Registration August 19 – 12:00 to 7:00 p.m. Cloverly Elementary School Registration August…

PCC to shell out $403,826.55 severance package to Mark Rocha

PCC to shell out $403,826.55 severance package to Mark Rocha

-Photos by Terry Miller District will also pay Dr. Mark Rocha up to $16,000 in attorneys’ fees By Terry Miller Pasadena Independent has learned that beleaguered PCC chief Dr. Mark…