Local Student Places High in Historic Fair

Local Student Places High in Historic Fair

By Lori BODNAR, intern
The 70th annual LA County Science and Engineering Fair (LACSEF) was conducted remotely in virtual format for the first time in its 70-year history due to the COVID-19 global pandemic. Nearly 700 students from over 100 public, parochial and private schools in Los Angeles County participated in the county science and engineering […]

Lincoln Elementary Irish Welcome

Dan D. Lion, Lincoln Elementary School Principal Barbie Fariss, and bagpipe player John McDonald welcomed students to school on Friday, March 13 on the last day before spring break. This has become a Lincoln tradition before St. Patrick’s Day for the past 10 years at Lincoln.
Photo courtesy of
Nicolas JAMES

Top Athletes, Coaches Chosen

The Southern California Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association has released their picks for top basketball coaches and players.
For the all CIF-Southern Section/SCIBCA 2019-20 Boys Basketball Team, Division 2AA Todd Wolfson from St. Francis High School in La Cañada was named coach of the year and Andre Henry, a senior at St. Francis was named the number […]

Troop 310 Arrow of Light Bridging Ceremony

Troop 310 Arrow of Light Bridging Ceremony

It was a busy night for Cub Scout Troop 310 during its annual Blue and Gold ceremony held on Feb. 28 in the Lincoln Elementary School auditorium. The following Webelos II, Cub Scouts from Den 5, Troop 310 completed the requirements for the Arrow of Light Rank: Dylan McLemore, Peter James, Giovanni Mele, Thomas Arellano, […]

Mountain of Talent Found at Elementary School

Mountain of Talent Found at Elementary School

For those who like singing, dancing, or playing an instrument, Mountain Avenue Elementary School offered these and more at its student talent show held on March 5. The theme was “Mountain Avenue’s Got Talent!” and over 43 acts debuted proving this was true. The show was in the evening so students could showcase […]

2020 Scholarship Opportunity

Rose Linda Gonzales, vice president of Scholarships for the Community Scholarship Foundation of La Cañada Flintridge, announced that CSF is now accepting applications for scholarships to be awarded in May 2020.
CSF encourages students who may want to attend a trade tech, vocational career college, or a junior college, to apply as well as those wishing […]


The discussion on recognizing the signs when children need help coping with stress that was scheduled for Thursday, March 26 at Toll Middle School has been postponed.

LCATs Take Home a Win, Prepare for FLL World Championship

Team LCAT – La Crescenta Adventure Troop – a FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) LEGO team consisting seventh grade girls from the Girl Scout Cadette troop 3481, won first place Champion’s Award at the FIRST LEGO League Los Angeles Regional Championship Tournament in December, defeating over 470 other teams. This qualifies […]

A Governor Everyone Can Believe In

By Sabrina SHELTON
Of the many calls to action this election season, one of the biggest calls is to the younger generation. With each election comes a gaggle of young, new, hopefully excited, voters. And if these first time voters already have experience with government policies and procedures, the more likely they are to make educated […]

YOUTH notes

A discussion on recognizing the signs when children need help coping with stress will be given on Thursday, March 26 at 6:30 p.m., room 1208, at Toll Middle School, 700 Glenwood Road in Glendale. A panel of professionals includes Dr. Ilin Magran, director, and Ofelia Oundjian of the Student Wellness Services Dept. with GUSD and […]

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