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‘Let George Do It’ – for the Last Time

‘Let George Do It’ – for the Last Time

By Misty DUPLESSIS
On May 29, the decorations of the Mountain Avenue Elementary School auditorium harkened back to the days of George Washington. The stage was reminiscent of a Broadway theater, under the direction of longtime teacher Margo Ewing.
It was not the first time that Ewing presented her vision of the bygone era. For the last [...]

AHEAD with Horses Hosts Special Day

AHEAD with Horses Hosts Special Day

By Misty DUPLESSIS
AHEAD with Horses held its annual Photo Fun Day on June 8, an opportunity to showcase the organization’s beautiful horses and the amazing students who ride them.
AHEAD – Accelerated Habilitation Education And Development – has been utilizing horses to provide therapy and education to disabled/disadvantaged/at-risk and special needs children for the last four [...]

Mountain Avenue Shows Thanks to ARC

Mountain Avenue Shows Thanks to ARC

By Misty DUPLESSIS
During an American Red Cross blood drive, Mountain Avenue Elementary School teacher Denise Bottomley donated blood, then brought back to her class a lesson in humanity.
While donating, Bottomley heard stories about the recent devastating Oklahoma tornadoes and shared with her fourth and fifth grade split class how the Red Cross workers are providing [...]

Valley View Students Adopt Colonial Ways

Valley View Students Adopt Colonial Ways

By Misty DUPLESSIS
On May 10, Valley View Elementary School fifth graders were immersed in all things Colonial as their studies of Jamestown from 1607 through the Revolutionary War approached the end.
Students dressed in Colonial attire after months of learning about the period and were able to experience what it was like for kids their age [...]

Montrose Arts and Crafts Festival is Underway

Montrose Arts and Crafts Festival is Underway

By Misty DUPLESSIS
Local residents are gearing up for the annual Montrose Arts & Crafts Festival that is set to take place this weekend in the 2200, 2300 and 2400 blocks of Honolulu Avenue.
“We close the whole town down because there are so many vendors. Some are on the north side and some are on the [...]

Art in the Garden Benefits Elliott Institute

Art in the Garden Benefits Elliott Institute

By Misty DUPLESSIS
On Sunday, a kickoff fundraiser benefitting the Elliott Institute was held at one of Descanso Gardens’ most important garden, the Harvest Garden.
Artist and avid Elliott Institute supporter Mary McGinnis organized the school’s first art gallery, appropriately called “Art in the Garden,” inviting nearly one dozen artists to display their work.
An impressive 60 pieces [...]

Nestle the Cow Visits Lincoln

Nestle the Cow Visits Lincoln

By Misty DUPLESSIS
On Friday, mobile dairy instructor Laura LaFayette came to visit students at Lincoln Elementary School on behalf of The Dairy Council of California. She came equipped with a ton of dairy information as well as a half-ton Jersey cow named Nestle.
Six-year-old Nestle currently calls Covina High School home, but hailed from a dairy [...]

CVHS Mascots Named National Champs

CVHS Mascots Named National Champs

By Misty DUPLESSIS
CV High School has been known to house many talented and creative students and can now add two more to its growing list of achievers.
CV cheer mascots Sean Patrick Ireland and Andrew Maynard were invited to participate in the annual USA National Cheer Competition after receiving high scores in the regional contest.
The two [...]

Space Cadet Barbie? Doll Brings Images of Space After Recent Trip

Space Cadet Barbie? Doll Brings Images of Space After Recent Trip

By Misty DUPLESSIS
Mountain Avenue Elementary second grade friends Morgan Lashley-Haynes and Rylan Brodie joined fellow classmates in participating in the school’s annual science fair.
During a play date, the girls began to brainstorm ideas for the science fair and came up with a weather balloon project that would be out of this world – literally.
The girls [...]

CVDAPC to Offer Free Classes

CVDAPC to Offer Free Classes

By Misty DUPLESSIS
Over the last few months, the Crescenta Valley Drug and Alcohol Prevention Coalition chairman of Youth and Family Committee Nancy Stone has teamed up with local educators to give community members tools on how to help children succeed in life.
Stone has led educational meetings at several Glendale schools with the support of former [...]


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