Halloween Fun at Our Lady of Lourdes

Halloween Fun at Our Lady of Lourdes

Our Lady of Lourdes (OLL) kicked off its annual Halloween carnival with a costume parade where kids from TK through eighth grade showed off their creative, spooky, fun costumes. The kids enjoyed carnival games, a huge inflatable slide, bounce house, raffle prizes and a petting zoo. Though there were many more activities it was the […]

Winners of Circus Vargas Tickets Announced

CV Weekly is pleased to announce the winners of tickets to this year’s Circus Vargas! To win tickets, artists had to color the Circus Vargas clown that was included in the newspaper these past few weeks then either mail or drop it off to our office. While each submission had its own strengths, after much […]

Beat a Cyberbully: Here’s How Parents Can Help

While remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic lowered reported instances of bullying, parents fear that, for some students, going back to school will mean going back to being bullied. The pandemic has only made pre-existing challenges more complex, prompting Southern California resident Julia and her husband Ben to be even more attentive to their 14-year-old […]

Boys Water Polo Earns Spot in Championship Match

Boys Water Polo Earns Spot in Championship Match

By Justin HAGER The CVHS boys’ water polo team finished its regular season on a high note last week with three straight victories for the Falcons, including a senior night victory over neighboring Pasadena and a rivalry match win over Arcadia. The Arcadia victory secured third place in the Pacific League for CVHS. One night […]

ALF Drama to Perform Willy Wonka KIDS

ALF Drama to Perform Willy Wonka KIDS

The stage at Lanterman Auditorium will erupt in song and dance as local students in grades five through seven present “Willy Wonka KIDS” on Friday, Nov. 5 at 7 p.m. This Assistance League of Flintridge fall drama presentation is a special adaptation of the classic Roald Dahl novel “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.” The audience […]

Students Explore the Arts with PTA Reflections

Students Explore the Arts with PTA Reflections

By Lori BODNAR “I Will Change the World By…” is the national Parent Teacher Association (PTA) Reflections theme for the 2021-22 school year. The annual theme is created by a student and selected two years in advance. Lydia Keel from Spanish Fork Junior High School in Utah submitted year’s theme. PTA Reflections is an arts […]

Rosemont Middle School Highlights Counselor Services

Rosemont Middle School Highlights Counselor Services

By Bethany BROWN In a presentation on Sept. 29, Rosemont Middle School counselors highlighted the many services they offer students. The cafeteria filled with a separate group of eighth grade students each period with all students and staff adhering to mask guidelines. The seventh grade presentation is scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 13. The presentation provided […]

LA Kings Partners with Local YMCA to Bring Hockey to Youth

The Crescenta-Cañada Family YMCA has partnered with the Los Angeles Kings Ball Hockey Program and is offering a free clinic on Friday, Oct. 8 at CCY. Two 45-minute sessions will be offered: the first from 5:30 to 6:15 p.m. and the second from 6:30 to 7:15 p.m. Each player will receive a free hockey stick […]

Local Boys Attain Eagle Rank

Local Boys Attain Eagle Rank

Ten La Crescenta boys were recognized on Sept. 4 in a Court of Honor for achieving the distinguished rank of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America. Charlie and William Allen, Chase and Ryan Becker, Lukas Elze, Ben Hart, Hayden, Nelson and Quincy Lunt, and Grant Smith are all members of Boy Scout Troop […]

Auction Benefits Scouts

Auction Benefits Scouts

The Verdugo Hills Council is inviting the community to Celebrate the Roaring ’20s at the 46th Annual Big Strike Auction on Oct. 8. This event is an elegant evening of fellowship that begins at 6 p.m. with an outdoor gathering reception that features craft cocktails, wine, close-in magic and hors d’ oeuvres. Guests will then move indoors […]