It’s Club Expo Week and CVHS is Helping Sister School in Texas

It’s Club Expo Week and CVHS is Helping Sister School in Texas

By Mary O’KEEFE
It’s Club Expo time again at Crescenta Valley High School. The Expo showcases about 100 student clubs at the school that cover a variety of interests.
“This is Club Expo – one week dedicated to clubs advertising,” said Associated Student Body President Joe Suh, a senior at CVHS.
The Expo has information on new and […]

YOUTH NOTES

Comedy Sportz Season Begins
The first match of the Comedy Sportz-High School League season is Friday, Sept. 15 at 7 p.m. in the Crescenta Valley High School MacDonald Auditorium. See the best in teenage improve comedy!
The cost is $5 for students, $10 for adults.
MacDonald Auditorium at CVHS is located in the 4400 block of Ramsdell Avenue.
Hawaiian […]

Stage Arts Welcomes New Teacher at CVHS

Stage Arts Welcomes New Teacher at CVHS

By Mary O’KEEFE
Crescenta Valley High School has welcomed new staff this school year including a teacher who is taking on theatre stage arts.
This is the first time CVHS will have a teacher dedicated to the art of stagecraft. According to Merriam-Webster, stagecraft is the effective management of theatrical devices or techniques.
That sounds simple enough, but […]

YOUTH Notes

Comedy Sportz Season Begins
The first match of the Comedy Sportz-High School League season is Friday, Sept. 15 at 7 p.m. in the Crescenta Valley High School MacDonald Auditorium. See the best in teenage improve comedy!
The cost is $5 for students, $10 for adults.
MacDonald Auditorium at CVHS is located in the 4400 block of Ramsdell Avenue.
PTSA […]

La Cañada Middle School Participates in the 2017 Regional Science Olympiad

Each year, students from elementary, middle and high schools across
Southern California gather at Occidental College to participate in the annual Los Angeles County Science Olympiad. Participants spend months preparing for challenges in a variety of scientific disciplines ranging from anatomy to geography, from criminology to marine biology. Each of the competing schools send 15 students […]

Their Job is to Make People Laugh

Their Job is to Make People Laugh

By Dylan SYLVESTER
The 2016-17 school year at Crescenta Valley High School ended with auditions for the school’s much-lauded Comedy Sportz High School League. This was an opportunity for CV students (as well as incoming students) to demonstrate their comedy chops onstage for a shot at getting on the team.
Comedy Sportz is an after-school improv club […]

YOUTH NOTES

Spotlight Apps Accepted
Southern California high school students interested in the performing arts can apply now to be a part of the 30th annual free Spotlight arts education and scholarship program presented by The Music Center. The annual program offers arts training, experience and workforce development skills taught by professional artists and arts administrators, and awards […]

Welcome Back, Students! Part 2

Welcome Back, Students! Part 2

As the second week of the new school year comes to a close, drivers are reminded to be cautious when navigating local streets and that pedestrian and vehicular traffic has increased.
Thousands of children are walking, riding and biking to schools throughout the foothills and local law enforcement is out in force to ensure their safety.
Photos […]

ALFie Players to Perform ‘Jungle Book KIDS’

Students entering grades three through six are invited to join the ALFie Players Fall Drama Program. Later in the coming school year, students in grades five through 10 will have an opportunity to join the ALFie Company Winter production.  
Assistance League® of Flintridge (ALF) offers these after-school drama programs to students in La Cañada and […]

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