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Patrick Tierney Named AUSD Teacher of the Year

Patrick Tierney Named AUSD Teacher of the Year

-Courtesy photo The Arcadia Unified School District is pleased to announce Patrick Tierney as its Teacher of the Year for the 2014-2015 school year. Tierney, who speaks fluent Spanish, Latin,…

Waste Management Encourages Parents to Teach New Recycling Habits as School Year Begins

Five easy ways to make this school year the greenest ever for children School is back in session for kids and Waste Management of Southern California would like to encourage…

State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson Applauds Legislative Progress; Welcomes Students Back to School

State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson Applauds Legislative Progress, Education Reform as 2013-14 Session Wraps Up Describing the past two years as easily being the best for public education in California…

What to do when the earth starts shaking

What to do when the earth starts shaking

The damage done recently in Napa -Photos by Scott Jones By Susan Motander During the coverage of the Napa earthquake, a commentator made a novel suggestion: If you are in…

Statement from Pasadena Unified Interim Superintendent Dr. Brian Mcdonald on the closure of Celerity Exa Charter School

Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) Interim Superintendent Dr. Brian McDonald issued the following statement regarding Celerity Exa Charter School surrendering their charter today: “PUSD received a letter today from Vielka…

Vergara v. California ruling; state officials appeal Judge Treu’s final ruling on tenure in California schools

Vergara v. California ruling; state officials appeal Judge Treu’s final ruling on tenure in California schools

Jerry Brown Tom Torlakson By Terry Miller Last week, California Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown appealed a recent state judge’s ruling that ends tenure and other union protections for public school…

PUSD week at Pasadena Museum of History September 3-7

Visit Pasadena Museum of History’s exhibition Crown City Jubilee, which celebrates PUSD’s 140th birthday and also features many other local businesses and institutions with significant anniversaries in 2014. Show your…

Dust, Drought and Dreams Gone Dry: A commemoration of the 1930s American Dust Bowl

Dust, Drought and Dreams Gone Dry: A commemoration of the 1930s American Dust Bowl

-Lange, Dorothea, photographer. Date Created/Published: 1937 June. The Pasadena Public Library will host “Dust, Drought, and Dreams Gone Dry,” a national traveling exhibition about the Dust Bowl, the disastrous drought…

Woodcraft Rangers gives students a fun learning experience

Woodcraft Rangers gives students a fun learning experience

-Courtesy photo By SHEL SEGAL As school is now in session, students in Rosemead should be happy to know there is a place they can go once the final bell…

Charter School shut down by Fire Marshal

By SHEL SEGAL A charter school in Pasadena was closed on Tuesday as the fire marshal for the Pasadena Fire Department said “the school’s building is unsafe and several fire…

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