The sight of 3rd-graders having their temperature checked before entering campus might not be a normal one for La Cañada Elementary Principal Emily Blaney, but it certainly is a welcome one. Her school, along with Paradise Canyon and Palm Crest, provided in-person instruction to children in 3rd grade for the first time in 11 months on Tuesday.
“We haven’t seen them in a whole year,” Blaney said of the 3rd-graders. “They’re so tall. We just noticed how much they grew.” Continue reading “LCUSD Prepares Wider Campus Return Amid Cautious Rollout”
The hashtag is everything.
Isabelle Risha had already managed to summarize her experience running La Cañada Elementary School for a day in the Twitter-imposed 140-or-less character count: “4th grade Isabelle takes command and becomes principal for the day at L.C.E.” preceded a link to a longer blog post about her short but productive reign. Continue reading “Principal for a Day Puts Her Stamp on LCE”
La Cañada Elementary School Principal Emily Blaney made it a point to tell students participating in Spelling Bees on her campus and later at the district office that while most of them would be knocked out, they could find consolation knowing they’d never forget how to spell the word on which they were eliminated.
She’s proof. Ceaselessly got her once. But never again.
LCE 6th-grader Gabriel Gottheim didn’t have to miss sabbatical or demarcate or memorabilia for those words to earn a permanent place in his memory bank. Continue reading “At County Spelling Bee, LCE 6th Grader is I-n-v-i-n-c-i-b-l-e”