It wasn’t pretty, but for proponents of the Sagebrush territory transfer, it was sweet.
After complicated, confused deliberation, the Los Angeles County Committee on School District Organization voted 8-1 on Wednesday to preliminarily approve the transfer of westernmost La Cañada Flintridge from Glendale Unified School District to La Cañada Unified School District.
“We’re delighted at this outcome,” said Tom Smith, one of the chief petitioners behind the request to transfer the 385 acres of LCF, where he lived when this latest attempt to redistrict the territory was initiated four years ago. Continue reading “Sagebrush Transfer Wins Initial Approval”
And now, for some good, if not unexpected news: In its annual report ranking American high schools, U.S. News & World Report identified La Cañada High School among the top in its class.
Out of more than 22,000 high schools evaluated nationwide, LCHS came in 147th. In California, LCHS ranked 18th overall and fifth-best among public schools, its best result since at least 2012, according to the publication. Continue reading “LCHS Among State’s Best: U.S. News & World Report”
The City Council has elected to hold off on an ad hoc committee to take a look at lead remediation in San Marino, but it does intend to eventually consider an ordinance that would ensure contractors doing remodeling and paint-related work in town are qualified to detect and abate lead. Continue reading “Officials Pump Brakes on Lead-Related Action”
Alyce Williamson was honored at Colburn School’s annual gala at Walt Disney Concert Hall. She, along with acclaimed dancer and choreographer Benjamin Millepied, each received the Richard D. Colburn Award.
Continue reading “Colburn School Gala Honors Williamson”