Seniors’ celebration

Seniors’ celebration

Clark Magnet High School seniors were positioned for their perfect panoramic picture for the Class of 2010.  After posing, the 253 students in the senior class were treated to a traditional senior barbeque.  The theme was Mardi Gras with colorful streamers transforming the lunch room quad into a celebration of their senior year.  The students […]

CVHS celebrates Homecoming

CVHS celebrates Homecoming

By Olivia KIM
CV Weekly intern

It was limousines and party buses last Saturday night as Crescenta Valley High School students arrived at Los Angeles Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels for the school’s homecoming dance. Most arrived by 7 p.m. which was good since the door closed at 9 p.m. leaving latecomers out of […]

Co-op hosts grandparents

Co-op hosts grandparents

By Hyung Seok LEE
CV Weekly intern

On Saturday, Oct. 10, the 3-and 4-year old students of Crescenta-Cañada Cooperative Nursery School proudly presented their grandparents at their pre-school. As the children held the hands of their grandparents, a look of pride and excitement could be seen in the eyes of both the children and the grandparents.
The cooperative […]

’50s sock hop coming to St. James

’50s sock hop coming to St. James

St. James is getting ready for its first Father-Daughter Sock Hop on Oct. 10 and the St. James girls are eager to jump back in time.
Rowena Heck, the head of the sock hop, has been working diligently with her team of moms to make this a fun night for the girls and their fathers.
The […]

Survival by most creative

Survival by most creative

By Peter LEE

As “secured” eggs crashed on to the playground of Lincoln Elementary, the ingenuity of the school’s students was tested to the extreme.
On Oct. 2, Lincoln held its Fall Family Egg Drop, an event made possible by the Lincoln Parent and Teacher Association (PTA) and the Montrose Station 29 fire fighters. This […]

Holy Redeemer students sing for local food pantry

Holy Redeemer students sing for local food pantry

The walls of Holy Redeemer School’s Healy Hall were shaking with the voices of students singing at the Second Annual Family Fun Karaoke Night on Friday, Sept. 25.
The school’s eighth grade students organized and coordinated the evening’s activities with much help from their teacher, Lisa Tush, and many parent volunteers. Kids from all grade levels […]

Youth Notes

Youth Notes

Boy Scout annual recruitment meeting

The Second Year Webelos Scouts, Den 6, of Pack 302 extends an invitation to its first pack meeting of the year at 6:45 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 2 at 6:45 p.m. in the Monte Vista Elementary School auditorium. First through fourth grade elementary school boys interested in learning more about Cub […]

Building team work

Building team work

By Mary O’KEEFE

About 15 Glendale teens spent the weekend at Dunsmore Park building leadership and teamwork skills as part of the Outdoor Youth Connection [OYC].
Park Naturalist Dave Moreno explained OYC is a state run outreach program that provides teenagers who are already involved in community based organizations to have the opportunity to experience outdoor […]

Remembering 9-11 at Fremont Elementary

Remembering 9-11 at Fremont Elementary

Fremont Elementary School celebrated its traditional Patriot Day on 9-11 with Glendale fire fighters and police.  The streets were blocked off and a celebration mixed with deep remembrance that honors the country and especially those victims of 9-11.

“It was pretty emotional,” said Olympia Janet-Turchin, historian for Fremont.
She added the event was made even more […]

Clark Magnet hosts Back to School Night

Clark Magnet hosts Back to School Night

By Robin GOLDSWORTHY

The halls of Clark Magnet High School were filled not with students but with parents as the school hosted its annual Back to School Night last Thursday. A noted magnet institution focusing on science and technology, the school draws its students from the Crescenta Valley and surrounding communities.
On Thursday evening, parents attended […]