CVHS is welcomed at Mt. San Antonio College Invitational

CVHS is welcomed at Mt. San Antonio College Invitational

CVHS cross country teams competed this past weekend, Oct. 23-24, in the Mt. SAC invitational meet where over 300 teams ran in the largest cross country contest in the country. Teams from California, Arizona and Nevada ran in over 118 individual races for the varsity, JV, soph and frosh categories for both boys and girls. Fifty eight of the 100 California state ranked teams were competing in sweepstakes races. Nine […]

A Red Ribbon production

A Red Ribbon production

By Mary O’KEEFE CV High School students from the cinematography class were busy filming around campus the last few weeks preparing for Red Ribbon Week. Teacher Peter Kim set the stage with a few questions that centered on the positive side of not doing drugs. Kim and principal Linda Evans decided to take a positive approach to Red Ribbon Week, empowering students to […]

College View school celebrates 25th anniversary

College View school celebrates 25th anniversary

By Shana LiVIGNI “We are celebrating back-toschool night and our silver anniversary – 25 years of our school becoming a school,” boasted College View school principal Ms. Jay Schwartz at the jubilee last Friday night. “In 1970, it started as a program to educate children with special needs. Then it became the Glendale Developmental Center […]

Beating breast cancer – sweetly

Beating breast cancer – sweetly

The Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy basketball players teamed up to beat breast cancer by holding a bake sale which raised over  $750 for breast cancer research. The girls sold homemade cookies, cakes and brownies. Shown here are (back row from left) Kate Russell, Ivy Fitzgerald, Juliet Hook, Savanna Willliams, Bridget Fitzgerald, Melene Agakanian, Amber Casillas, […]

They’re more than just cookies

They’re more than just cookies

For many, cookies and crafts are all that come to mind when we see a  Girl Scout, an image that Carol M. Dedrich, the chief external relations officer of the Greater Los Angeles Girl Scout Council, has been trying to dispel. As Dedrich explained, the Girl Scout program is about promoting l e a d […]

Falcon marching band’s winning ways

Falcon marching band’s winning ways

Crescenta Valley High School’s Falcon marching band is just about halfway through its marching/competition season and has already received a first place trophy. The West/El Camino Field Tournament, where CV took first place in its division on Oct. 3, is one of dozens of competitions throughout the fall marching season at which bands (along with […]

Girl scouts help with ANF clean up

Girl scouts help with ANF clean up

In late September, four members of Cadette Girl Scout Troop 7161 participated in National Public Lands Day 2009. Although the Angeles National Forest remains closed to the public, forestry officials and members of Angeles National Forest fire engines 10 and 13 escorted volunteers to the Wildwood picnic area, up Big Tujunga Canyon, for a morning […]

Dads and daughters dance the night away at St. James Sock Hop

Dads and daughters dance the  night away at St. James Sock Hop

On Saturday, Oct. 10, St. James’ first Annual Father-Daughter Sock Hop took place and everybody who was anybody was there because it was “hopping!” The guests arrived at St. James and stepped back in time to the ’50s, with music blasting by DJ Sal Meda. Car hop moms in matching costumes completed the retro experience […]

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 […]