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Clairbourn to Rededicate Athletic Field for Scott Studenmund

Green Beret Staff Sergeant Scott Studenmund Scott wins the The Niijar Sportsmanship Award in 2001, a scholarship designed to recognize a student who has demonstrated dedication, persistence, team spirit, and outstanding good sportsmanship while supporting Clairbourn School on a sports team. Scott is shown with his parents Jaynie and Woody Studenmund and his sister Connell. In the fall of 1992 at three years of age,…

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Pasadena Unified Preschool Students Ride Their Tricycles for a Cause

The youngest students in the Pasadena Unified School District’s (PUSD) will strap on their helmets and get on their decorated tricycles Friday to raise money…

College Access Plan Leads a Free College Applications Workshop for PUSD Seniors and Their Families

CAP Learns and Caltech Y 10-14-2014 pics01 College Access Plan (CAP) (www.collegeaccessplan.org), a Pasadena non-profit organization that provides comprehensive college readiness programs for Pasadena high schools, has teamed up with PUSD’s PasadenaLEARNs after school program and The Caltech Y to provide a free college applications workshop at 6:00 p.m. on October 29,…

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High Point Academy Joins Stop Hunger Now

High Point Academy is partnering with Stop Hunger Now to package 12,000 highly nutritious meals to be distributed around the globe to children and families…

Flintridge Prep’s ACL Makes Connections in Nicaragua for Coaches and Athletes

acl-with-kids pics01 Three Athletic Council on Leadership (ACL) students and three coaches were part of Prep’s summer initiative in Nicaragua in 2014. They brought special expertise in coaching and leadership skills, besides their abilities as Spanish speakers, to students at Prep’s sister school, Collegio Bilingue de St.…

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St. Francis High School: A Day with Francis – Fall Freshman Retreat

An opportunity to learn about the life and ministry of St. Francis of Assisi while strengthening the bonds of brotherhood! Click here to view more…

Chalk4Peace Day at The Gooden School

Chalk 4 Peace Day at The Gooden School pics01 Photo credit: Meghan Snyder More than 120 students in kindergarten through eighth grade became artful ambassadors for peace Sept. 25 on Chalk4Peace Day at The Gooden School in Sierra Madre. The children used chalk as their medium and pavement as their canvas as they created…

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Big & Little Sister Program a Beloved Westridge Tradition

Thursday was the first Big & Little Sister gathering of the year! A long-standing Westridge tradition, the Big & Little Sister program is a much…

Maranatha Students Learn About Human Trafficking

Maranatha Students Learn About Human Trafficking pics0 Ernie Baker. Photo courtesy Maranatha High School Ernie Baker (l) and Wayne Randolph (r). Photo courtesy Maranatha High School Recently, Maranatha students had a chance to hear from Ernie Baker, an Investigator with the San Bernardino District Attorney’s Office specializing in Human Trafficking, to share…

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Pledge Now in First Blair Read-A-Thon to Raise Money for IB

Blair High School is excited about its first schoolwide Read-A-Thon on Saturday, September 27! Groups of students will be stationed at various branches of the Pasadena Public Library, the Altadena Library and at Vroman’s Bookstore. Students will read in various formats for 15-minute intervals. Blair students of all grade levels are encouraged to participate, and they have begun soliciting pledges! Sponsors may pledge a certain amount for each 15-minute interval or pledge a flat donation. Already a sponsor? Then challenge three friends to match your pledge! Students need to first sign up with their Advisory teacher, and on Sept. 22…

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