Posts tagged as: Kevork KURDOGHLIAN

CVTC Meeting Hosts GUSD, GCC Board Members

CVTC Meeting Hosts GUSD, GCC Board Members

By Kevork KURDOGHLIAN
In addition to their regular business, the Crescenta Valley Town Council met last Thursday to receive updates from various community members and organizations.
David George Gevorkyan, a member of the GUSD Bond Oversight Committee and audit commissioner at the City of Glendale, announced his interest in the vacant Glendale Unified School District board seat.
He [...]

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Notes on the Armenian American Identity
By Kevork KURDOGHLIAN
My great-grandfather was born in the Ottoman Empire. He had a business, a family and a community. He fled to avoid the massacre that would become known as the Armenian Genocide, which officially began on April 24, 1915.
Of course he could have stayed in his home with his [...]

Apps Now Being Accepted for GUSD Board

Apps Now Being Accepted for GUSD Board

By Kevork KURDOGHLIAN
Voters in the Glendale Unified School District can expect to see a new board member on the dais by the end of October. On Tuesday, the four-member board voted to move forward with filling the vacancy created by the retirement of former member Mary Boger.
The application period starts today and ends on Sept. [...]

Update Meeting Held on Proposed Territory Transfer

Update Meeting Held on Proposed Territory Transfer

By Kevork KURDOGHLIAN
About 110 people filled the auditorium of Mountain Avenue Elementary School on Tuesday evening to listen to a presentation by Glendale Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Richard Sheehan regarding the proposed territory transfer. In attendance were Mountain Avenue parents, who represented a majority of the crowd, Mountain Avenue Principal Rebecca Witt, PTA President [...]

Board Bids Farewell to Mary Boger

Board Bids Farewell to Mary Boger

By Kevork KURDOGHLIAN

The Glendale Unified  School District board of education gave direction to Superintendent Sheehan and his staff to prepare possible guidelines and timelines for an appointment process to fill the seat left vacant by outgoing board president Mary Boger.

Boger’s last day will be Aug. 31, from which point the board will have 60 days [...]

Sagebrush Talks Continue

Sagebrush Talks Continue

By Kevork KURDOGHLIAN
The Glendale Unified School District board of education postponed a vote on the proposed territory transfer between GUSD and La Cañada Unified at its July 8 meeting.
Superintendent Richard Sheehan explained that the board did not want to feel “under the gun to vote.” He also added that they “don’t anticipate this slowing down [...]

Boger Steps Down from GUSD Board

Boger Steps Down from GUSD Board

After a dozen years of service to the school district, Mary Boger resigns from board of education citing health issues.
By Kevork KURDOGHLIAN
Glendale Unified School District board of education president Mary Boger announced her resignation from the board during Tuesday’s school board meeting, citing a serious health issue as the primary reason for her decision.
Boger was [...]

OV Park May Be Off the Sagebrush Table

OV Park May Be Off the Sagebrush Table

By Kevork KURDOGHLIAN
A decision may be made soon on the contentious “Sagebrush” territory transfer issue. The Glendale Unified School District Governing Board continued discussions on the possible transfer at its June 17 board meeting.
Tuesday’s 50-minute discussion on the issue made clear negotiations with La Cañada Unified School District have progressed successfully towards a happy middle [...]

Sagebrush Forum Held

Sagebrush Forum Held

By Kevork KURDOGHLIAN
The debate over the territory transfer of Sagebrush, the westernmost region of the City of La Cañada Flintridge that falls within Glendale Unified School District boundaries, reached its highest point of civility thus far on Tuesday evening in the Crescenta Valley High School auditorium during a public forum about the future of the [...]

In Search of Political Glamour at the California Democrats State Convention

In Search of Political Glamour at the California Democrats State Convention

»Politics: A Personal Perspective
By Kevork KURDOGHLIAN
The California Democrats State Convention on Saturday, March 8 held at the Los Angeles Convention Center was my first political convention. I’ve been enthralled by politics since I was 7 years old, since my first journalism class at Paradise Canyon Elementary in the summer of 2002, yet it had taken [...]


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