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Early Learning (INACTIVE)

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  • Learning Matters: Parent Ed and co-op programs deserve expansion

    Learning Matters: Parent Ed and co-op programs deserve expansion
    My husband and I have been lucky, particularly as parents. As I look toward Thanksgiving, I'm mindful of the good fortune and help we've had along the way, starting with the Realtors who helped us find our house in 1981.
  • Reported violations at La Crescenta day care extend from 2008

    Reported violations at La Crescenta day care extend from 2008
    State inspectors logged years of violations for incomplete children's records and unkempt conditions, including a nagging odor of urine, at a La Crescenta day-care facility where 2-year-old girl tested positive for marijuana this week. Roubena...

    Community: Cabrini quilt donated to preschool

    Community: Cabrini quilt donated to preschool
    The Cabrini Literary Guild has made a special donation to a local preschool. Member Ann Herrmann presented the makings of a quilt to fellow member Marie Urrutia, who thought it would be a perfect gift for the preschool at Incarnation Church, where she is...

    Glendale Memorial receives accreditation

    Glendale Memorial receives accreditation
    Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center has been granted a three-year accreditation in echocardiography in the area of adult transthoracic by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission. Early detection of life-threatening heart disorders and other...

    District to slash funding for low-income school program

    A program that serves some of Glendale Unified's poorest families is slated to be scaled back for the second time in as many years, which could lead to layoffs and fewer services for students. School board members on Tuesday approved nearly $1 million in...