Sara Kahn was moved by the sight of so many students spilling out of classrooms and into the La Cañada High School quad at 10 a.m. Wednesday. They arrived in bunches, some toting signs, the majority of them wearing orange, the color a symbol of what hunters wear to protect themselves from being shot at by other hunters.
“Watching all these kids start coming out of class — wow!” the senior said on an emotional day at the school. “I’m impressed. I knew kids would do it, but it’s amazing seeing them come in herds.”
Superintendent Wendy Sinnette was impressed, too: “It was respectful and it was just strong.” Continue reading “LCHS Swept Up in National Walkout”
Parents at Tuesday’s La Cañada Unified School District Governing Board meeting demanded to know whether their children would be safe attending La Cañada High School on Wednesday morning after a parent speaker shared that a student has allegedly made threats to the school on Instagram. Continue reading “LCUSD Parents Unleash Safety Fears at Board Meeting”