EVENTS

PUSD AAPC Presents Black Educators Matter!

The district African American Parent Council (AAPC) would like to invite you to its upcoming February meeting on Tuesday, February 7 from 6:00 p.m. to…

Alverno’s Blessing of the Jerseys for Soccer and Basketball

Students had a wonderful week at Alverno Heights Academy! Campus Ministry hosted Blessing of the Jerseys for soccer and basketball. Volleyball senior Merielle was awarded…

Thank You From Ramona Rampage Robotics Team!

Westridge School’s 32nd Annual Summer Opportunities Fair is on Saturday, February 4

Still Learning: A Poly Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition



FOCUS ON LEARNING

Clairbourn School: Persist + Adapt = Succeed, A Growth Mindset!

Students at Clairbourn look forward to the Engineering Design Challenge every year where they work on their analytical creative, and problem-solving skills. Students in grades…

Frostig School Celebrates Lunar New Year

Happy Lunar New Year from Frostig! To celebrate Frostig School students learned about the history behind this celebration and created their own wishing tree! With…

Bethany Fourth Graders Show Off their Mission Reports

Sequoyah’s Social Innovation Program Students Learn the Process of Rainwater Capture, Purification and Storage

Intro to Mythology at Southwestern Academy


 

 


THE ARTS

Blair’s MLK, Jr. Art and Essay Winners!

Blair High School is proud to announce that the school has 4 winners for the MLK, Jr. Essay and Art Contest. High School Art Winners…

SMHS Dance Department Presents A Night of Choreography

The San Marino High School Dance Deparment presents A Night of Choreography (ANOC) on Friday, January 27, 7:00 p.m. at SMHS Neher Auditorium. What is…

Pasadena Waldorf School 7th Graders’ Portrait Drawing Class with HS Art Teacher Mr. Peters

Pasadena Waldorf School’s Grade 7 students visited PWS High School last week for a portrait drawing class with HS Art Teacher Mr. Peters. Students are…

Flintridge Prep’s Anya Rose Participates in Words2Action Storytelling Symposium in Pasadena

In November, Anya Rose participated in the Words2Action storytelling symposium in Pasadena, where she and eight other students presented moving five-minute TED Talk-style speeches. Words2Action…

Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary School Presents “Annie JR.”

Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary School (ABVM) Performing Arts presents Annie Jr. on Thursday, March 9 and Friday, March 10 at 7:00 p.m.  at…

Sequoyah’s Bamboo Class Add Color to Daycare House on a Rainy Day

Today in art class, Sequoyah School’s Bamboo Forest students decided to make “the most colorful drawing ever” to add some color to the Daycare House…

Helping Assumption’s TK Improve Creativity and Imagination with Spanish Dances

Arroyo Pacific Academy’s Winter Concert

Westridge Fourth Graders Write Creative Short Stories Starring California Animals in Interdisciplinary Project

Sequoyah School’s Exhibition Night in Pictures



SCHOOL NEWS

Sierra Madre Middle School’s Derek Gao Wins PUSD District Spelling Bee

Sierra Madre Middle School congratulates its very own Derek Gao who won 1st place at the PUSD District Spelling Bee! Learning to spell helps cement the connection between letters and their sounds, and improves both…

Ramona Convent Earns College Board AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award

Ramona Convent has earned the College Board AP® Computer Science Female Diversity Award for achieving high female representation in AP Computer Science Principles. Schools honored with the AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award have expanded…

Pasadena High School Welcomes Author Lilliam Rivera

Ms. Lilliam Rivera (wearing glasses) flanked by Pasadena High School students.[Click on image to enlarge] Pasadena High School (PHS) welcomes award-winning author Lilliam Rivera (author of “Dealing in Dreams) to Pasadena High School! Ms. Rivera…

PUSD Announces Promotion of Erin Meza to Director of Food and Nutrition Services

PUSD congratulates Erin Meza on her promotion to Director of Food and Nutrition Services, following the recent retirement of Elizabeth Powell. Ms. Meza is passionate about child nutrition and aims to connect with students through…

Pasadena Unified Attracts Top-Notch Preschool Teachers

Lindsay Lewis, PUSD Director of Early Childhood Education (photo courtesy PUSD) Five-year-old Victoria paints with watercolors at the Cleveland Dual Language Children’s Center in Pasadena and says her favorite thing about going to “big-kid school”…

 

 


SPORTS

Marshall Girls Varsity Soccer Team beats El Monte, 5-1

On Wednesday January 25, the Marshall Fundamental School Girls Varsity Soccer Team won their home conference game against El Monte High School (CA) by a…

La Cañada Boys Varsity Basketball Team defeats Temple City, 51-48

On Wednesday, January 18, the La Cañada High School Spartans boys varsity basketball team won their away conference game against Temple City High School Rams…

Marshall Boys Varsity Basketball Team beats South El Monte, 49-40

On Friday, January 13, Marshall Fundamental School’s Boys Varsity basketball team won their home conference game against South El Monte High School (CA) by a…

San Marino High School Boys Varsity Basketball defeats Monrovia, 74-53

On Wednesday, January 11, the San Marino varsity basketball team won their away conference game against Monrovia (CA) by a score of 74-53. San Marino…


 


ACADEMICS

Huntington Middle School 6th Grader Wins SMUSD Spelling Bee

Huntington Middle School congratulates 6th grader Oliver Chow who won the San Marino Unified District Spelling Bee last night! The second place finisher was Ashlyn…

South Pasadena High School Roadshow for 8th Graders Showcases High School Programs

Future Tigers Get a Taste of the Fun To Come South Pasadena Middle School (SPMS) 8th graders took part in the SPHS Roadshow presented on…

Maranatha Student Team has Strong Showing at Amazon AI Competition

A team of Maranatha High School students did very well in Amazon’s AI (Artificial Intelligence) competition. With the coaching and support from MHS teacher Dr.…

Chandler Middle School Debate Scores at LILA

Chandler competed successfully at the December debate tournament at Los Angeles International School as they discussed the harms and benefits of social media and desalination…


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