La Cañada High School 7-12 PTA Home Tours will take place Friday, April 28, featuring four beautiful homes. The homes range in style from a historic Tudor to a contemporary ranch, and will be open for touring from 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m., and from 3:30-6:30 p.m.
La Cañada Elementary School’s 4th-graders enjoyed taking a walk through California history. Students prepared for the history presentation by being assigned words related to the historical period. When the presenter said the expert word, the student associated with the word came forward, put on a costume and portrayed one of the historical figures. All the students agreed it was a great way to learn history.
Fifty-six LCHS Advanced Orchestra students, their music teacher and four chaperones went up to the Angeles Crest National Forest for a recent two-night retreat.
Students prepared for upcoming performances with rehearsals headed by teacher Jennifer Munday as well as other professional sectional coaches. Students also enjoyed delicious hot meals prepared by Angeles Crest Christian Camp staff, zip lining, basketball, archery and snow play.
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Members of Palm Crest Elementary School’s 6th-grade class of 2017 donned their new class shirts and gathered for a photo. The students from the classes of Debbie Bedell-Au, Jane Chang Hur, Judi Healey and Christina Okland enjoyed being young again and climbing all over the playground equipment.
Montana LaBarge, a 5th-grader at Paradise Canyon Elementary School, is inviting the community to come kick around a soccer ball for a good cause.
With the goal of raising $2,000 to donate to City of Hope for cancer research, she is organizing a soccer tournament to raise funds. The event will be held from 10 a.m.-noon on Saturday, March 4, at La Cañada High School. The entry fee is a tax-deductible donation to City of Hope, suggested to be between $10-$100. All are welcome to play; sign-ups are open for individuals and teams of seven.
LaBarge, a club soccer player with L.A. Premier FC, started raising money for the tournament in December, when she collected $212 by selling soccer jerseys printed with her logo at the Montrose Farmers Market.
For more information, visit ourhope.cityofhope.org/kicks4acure.
La Cañada Unified School District officials took a hard look last week at a tightening financial outlook.
Chief Business and Operations Officer Mark Evans warned that it appears several years of an unprecedented boost in statewide education funding will end in 2017-18. That financial influx was an effort, Evans said, to “close the gap,” or to get districts back to the level of funding they had before the 2008 recession. But those levels did not account for technology modernization expenses. Continue reading “LCUSD Could Feel State Education Financial Squeeze”
The crown fits.
Sarah Ann Settles celebrated her 17th birthday last month with great fanfare: At the La Cañada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce’s 105th Installation and Awards Gala, she was named 2017 Miss LCF — a dream come true for a girl who grew up being inspired by members of past LCF Royal Courts.
For at least the next two years, the Los Angeles Premier Futbol Club will continue to call La Cañada High School home.
The Governing Board agreed at its meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 15, to license the La Cañada High School football field — where the turf was replaced last summer as part of a $1.3-million upgrade — to the soccer club already associated with the lease. Continue reading “LCUSD Board Extends L.A. Premier Contract Extension”
The forthcoming California Accountability Model evaluations for the 2015-16 school years placed La Cañada Unified School District in familiar territory — among the top-performing districts in the state. Continue reading “Stellar Rankings for LCUSD Evaluations”