http://www.amyandmarlin.com/selling-your-home/
Posts tagged as: Holy Redeemer

Holy Redeemer Hosts Reverse Science Fair

Holy Redeemer Hosts Reverse Science Fair

On Friday, Holy Redeemer Middle School science teacher Beth Cohen organized a unique event for the students, a Reverse Science Fair.
The fair featured scientists who presented ideas and experiments to the students while the students took notes.
The scientists gave various demonstrations from astronomy to biology and from physics to engineering.
“It is so exciting to see [...]

St. James/Holy Redeemer Jump for Japan

St. James/Holy Redeemer Jump for Japan

Contributed by Tricia FLYNN
Students at St. James Elementary and Holy Redeemer Middle schools, touched by the tragedy in Japan, chose to “jump” in and help. The children created a “jump-a-thon” that would raise funds that would then be sent to relief agencies in the devastated nation.
Each student received a sponsor chart to get flat rate [...]

Students Compete in Speech and Debate Tournament

Students Compete in Speech and Debate Tournament

By Brandon HENSLEY
One by one, the Holy Redeemer cafeteria began to fill up with middle school kids late Friday afternoon, April 1, who were talking nervously but excitedly to one another, each asking the same question:
Hey, how did it go? How did you do?
The reason for their inquiries as well as their fancy attire – [...]

Parents, Supporters Turn Out for Wine Event

Parents, Supporters  Turn Out for Wine Event

Last Saturday evening, Holy Redeemer parents Michael and Eugenie Nogueira opened their home to fellow parents and supporters of Holy Redeemer Middle School for the school’s annual wine tasting event.
The evening included dinner, a dessert and coffee bar, and a variety of wine – some of which was brought by the 60-plus guests – who [...]

Holy Redeemer Cheer Squad Cheers at Camp

Holy Redeemer Cheer Squad Cheers at Camp

The girls of the Holy Redeemer Middle School Cheer Squad took time last Saturday, Jan. 8 to participate in a cheer camp at St. Joseph High School, an all girls school in Lakewood.
The girls are preparing for their competitions in March and hoped the camp would help with their skills. While there, the girls learned [...]

Debate or argue? Holy Redeemer knows the difference

Debate or argue? Holy Redeemer knows the difference

By Mary O’KEEFE
Arguing with a preteen or teen is like riding a rollercoaster. Emotions range from, “I hate you” mad to “You don’t understand” indignation. Imagine a world where teenagers debate, not argue, where logic supersedes teenage angst. That world is the Holy Redeemer Catholic School debate team.
The team was formed two years ago and [...]

Holy Redeemer Cheer Squad announces sponsor

Holy Redeemer Cheer Squad announces sponsor

The Cheer Squad at Holy Redeemer School has been a tradition for many years. There are 13 girls on the squad who have worked over the summer training and continue to do so throughout the school year, preparing for pep rallies, cheering at football games, and most importantly, three competitions. The squad also has very [...]

One school – two campuses St. James and Holy Redeemer

One school – two campuses St. James and Holy Redeemer

By Michael YEGHIAYAN
As two of the premier Catholic schools in the area, St. James  and Holy Redeemer Catholic schools offer the highest level of instruction for kindergarten through eighth grades. The two campuses provide a strong dedication to learning and morality with a respected teaching staff that works to promote excellence in its students.
As the [...]

Science rocks at Holy Redeemer

Science rocks at Holy Redeemer

By Shana LiVIGNI
Holy Redeemer students are ready to demonstrate how scientifically saavy they are at this year’s  Science Fair.
“It’s a science fair, not a competition, where students demonstrate their science skills and their science knowledge,” explained science teacher Cathi Garcia.
“The students in grades five through eight are required to participate and their points count as [...]

Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

Takes issue with Lawler’s article
I found the slant of Mike Lawler’s article bias in favor of the neighbors (An annoyed neighborhood strikes back, Dec. 31). Why didn’t he interview the developer for his side of the story? Did Mike for one moment consider the other side or that he was getting wrong information? For instance, [...]


Photo Gallery

www.shoponceuponatime.com
  /  Los Angeles Web Design By Caspian Services, Inc.