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. Continue reading “LCHS Swept Up in National Walkout”
City Councilman Greg Brown took to Facebook to commend the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Department on a job well done soon after he learned of the arrest of three men on burglary charges.
“Great news!” Brown wrote online. “One or more burglaries were no doubt stopped tonight!” Continue reading “Three Men Arrested on Suspicion of Burglary”
Security at La Cañada High School has been ramped up following the arrest last week of a LCHS student on charges of criminal threats. Continue reading “Extra Security Added at LCHS”
Principal Jarrett Gold went on a listening tour in 7th-grade English classes and 8th-grade history classes over the past few days, inviting a dialogue with all 700-plus students enrolled at La Cañada High School 7/8. Continue reading “LCHS 7/8 Principal, Students Engage in Honest Dialogue”
A La Cañada High School student was arrested Tuesday night for allegedly making criminal threats, authorities said.
The male student, who is a minor, was arrested away from the school, booked at the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station and transported to juvenile hall in Los Angeles, according to Sgt. Don Knight. Continue reading “LCHS Student Arrested for Alleged Threats”
By Perry Fein
Political leaders, law enforcement and concerned residents held a Public Safety Town Hall meeting on Monday night at Lanterman Auditorium to address the recent uptick in local residential burglaries as well as the possible effects of newly passed criminal justice legislation. Continue reading “Town Hall Addresses LCF’s Safety Concerns”
While more than 700 La Cañada Flintridge Educational Foundation supporters were enjoying themselves Saturday evening at a gala in Downtown L.A., City Councilman Greg Brown was patrolling the streets of LCF. Continue reading “LCF Councilman Proposes Ways to Help Law Enforcement Curb Crime”
Detectives with the Pasadena Police Department are investigating a report of two motorcyclists attacking a man in Hahamongna Park late Sunday afternoon. Continue reading “Man Attacked in Hahamongna Park by Motorcyclists”
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”
Two students were arrested and three students were transported to the hospital in separate incidents last week at La Cañada High School campus.
Continue reading “Students Arrested, Hospitalized in Separate Incidents at LCHS”