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State Schools Chief Issues Statement on Study of QEIA Impact

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson issued the following statement today after new research was released quantifying the positive impacts of the Quality Education Investment Act of 2006. As…

2013 GROWTH ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE INDEX RESULTS RELEASED

With the release of the 2013 Growth Academic Performance Index (API) results today by the California Department of Education (CDE), the Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) and the state of…

Arcadia Family donates $5 million gift A $5 million to Occidental

A $5 million gift from David and Kathleen Berkus and their family will create a new endowment that will enhance Occidental College’s ability to stay current with the latest advances…

PCC Extension Fall 2013 Session Is Open for Registration

Pasadena City College Extension Fall classes are now open for online registration. Individuals have the ability to peruse offerings online and to register. There are more than 500 classes, workshops,…

Life Interrupted: Personal Sketches Behind Barbed Wire, Santa Anita, Summer 1942, Riyo Sato (1913 – 2009)

The Museum will display never-before-seen sketches by Riyo Sato. Riyo was forced to leave her home in Palo Alto, California on May 26, 1942 and was interned at the Santa…

Gardner Resigns as Basketball Coach

Gardner Resigns as Basketball Coach

La Salle’s Boys Varsity Basketball Coach, Jelani Gardner, has resigned his coaching position the School Administration announced Tuesday afternoon. Principal, Brother Christopher Brady, FSC, said, “His resignation was based on…

Sierra Madre Stories & Treasures: Opening Celebration

The opening day festivities at the Sierra Madre Public Library and Richardson House will be held on Saturday, September 28. Beginning at 10 am at Sierra Madre Public Library and…

SG Mission Museum Offers Free

San Gabriel Mission will offer free admission to its museum and gardens on Saturday, Aug. 31, and Sunday, Sept. 1, as the 242-year-old mission celebrates its founding with its annual…

PCC Welcomes Students to Fall Term on Aug. 26

Pasadena City College’s 2013 fall semester will begin Monday, Aug. 26 and end Dec. 15. More than 27,000 students are expected to attend the first day of fall semester. PCC…

WESTRIDGE STUDENT ELIZABETH STEIDEL RECEIVES OUTSTANDING LIBRARY VOLUNTEER AWARD FROM PASADENA MUSEUM OF HISTORY

WESTRIDGE STUDENT ELIZABETH STEIDEL RECEIVES OUTSTANDING LIBRARY VOLUNTEER AWARD FROM PASADENA MUSEUM OF HISTORY

Elizabeth Steidel, a high school student at Pasadena’s Westridge School, was honored as the Outstanding Library Volunteer by Pasadena Museum of History at its annual Volunteer Recognition Reception on Saturday,…