Students Check Out Eclipse

Students Check Out Eclipse

Lincoln first graders enjoyed the partial solar eclipse of the sun, wearing glasses provided by teacher Nicolas James, during their recess break on Monday, April 8. Submitted by Nicolas G. James

Community Center Hosts Auditions For ‘Mean Girls High School Version’

The Community Center of La Cañada Flintridge (CCLCF) and CS Productions will be holding auditions by appointment only for “Mean Girls High School Version” on April 27 and April 28 at the Community Center. Callbacks will be on Sunday, May 5 by invitation only. Performances are June 28–30. Singers/dancers ages 14 – 18 from any […]

Glendale Unified Celebrates Armenian-American Heritage Month

Glendale Unified is hosting its second annual Armenian-American Heritage Month celebration. There will be student performances, panel discussions, speakers and presentations from notable and talented Armenian Americans whose stories, hard work and perseverance have propelled them in their careers. The celebration is on Saturday, April 13 from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.; doors open at […]

Flintridge Preparatory School Alum Receives Prestigious Nod

Flintridge Preparatory School alum MC Plaschke has been nominated for the prestigious Television Academy Foundation’s 43rd College Television Awards, which recognize and reward excellence in student-produced programs from colleges nationwide. Winners of the competition will be announced by celebrity presenters at the red carpet awards ceremony on April 13 in Los Angeles. Plaschke, along with […]

STUNT Teams Compete

Crescenta Valley High School (CVHS) junior varsity and varsity STUNT teams of all girls gave it their all in the first season of STUNT, a newer CIF sport. STUNT is a rapidly growing sport in the country, removing the crowd-leading element and focusing on the technical and athletic components of cheer, including partner stunts, pyramids, […]

Falkon Robotics Earn High Praise at Competitions

Falkon Robotics Earn High Praise at Competitions

Crescenta Valley High School’s robotics team Falkon Robotics competed as Team 589 in the FIRST Robotics Competition. Falkon Robotics competed twice in March representing CVHS at two regional FIRST Robotics Competitions. The first was held March 9 and March 10 at Ventura County. There the team received the Engineering Inspiration Award, which celebrates outstanding success in advancing […]

Lincoln Students Show Off Talent in Annual Show

Lincoln Students Show Off Talent in Annual Show

The annual Lincoln Talent Show featured 34 acts during screen-free week at the school where the students of Lincoln Elementary dazzled the audience with amazing performances. First grade teacher Nicolas James organized the event with the help of the Lincoln Student Council, Principal Barbie Fariss and PTA moms Marisa Jamieson (who helped with talent), and […]

LCE Hosts Read Across America Day

LCE Hosts Read Across America Day

By Mikaela STONE Read Across America Day typically occurs on the birthday of Dr. Seuss – March 2. However, at La Crescenta Elementary School librarian Carole Mulder celebrated the magic of reading all week long by selecting a series to spotlight. This year she and Suzanne Savage, the school’s “resident Ms. Frizzle” presented the series […]

Rubio Named Clark Magnet Principal

Mark Rubio has been selected as the new Clark Magnet High School principal. He has served as interim principal since October. According to a statement circulated by GUSD superintendent Dr. Daneika Watson, based on feedback shared in listening sessions and community surveys, it was clear that the Clark community is happy with Rubio’s performance as […]

CommUNITY Showcased

The Crescenta Valley High School pep squad held a CommUNITY showcase on Friday, Feb. 2 and invited other local pep squads (cheer, song/pom, flags and mascot) to join and perform for family and friends. High schools pictured are CV, Glendale, Hoover, La Cañada and Burroughs with one middle school: Dolores Huerta (in Burbank).