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  • After national recognition, Mieliwocki gets a raucous homecoming

    After national recognition, Mieliwocki gets a raucous homecoming
    A week that started with a national television appearance and a visit to the White House came full circle Monday as newly-named  National Teacher of the Year Rebecca Mieliwocki was given a raucous welcome home by students and colleagues at Luther...
  • Family-operated Pedrini Music can find you anything

    Family-operated Pedrini Music can find you anything
    “Your neighborhood music boutique since 1946,” reads the business card for Pedrini Music, which moved to its present location on Foothill Boulevard in La Crescenta in 1997. Founded by Bruno Pedrini in Glendale in 1946, the original store was...
  • Community: Rotarians award a round of scholarships

    Community: Rotarians award a round of scholarships
    Making goals, and how doing so leads to success, was the theme during the Glendale Noon Rotary Club meeting last Thursday at the Hilton Glendale. President Bill Knauf welcomed members and guests, and then Tye Veden, chairman of the Glendale Noon Rotary...
  • Glendale Unified applies for $40-million federal grant, without union support

    Undeterred by the lack of support from the teachers union, Glendale Unified officials on Thursday said they’re submitting a 503-page application for what could be $40 million in federal Race to the Top grant money. The decision to overnight the...
  • On Education: It's hard to not feel that everyone lost out

    When Glendale Teachers Assn. President Tami Carlson approaches the podium at school board meetings, she likes to describe herself as representing “the best darn teachers in the state of California.” She means it. Still, there will be fewer...
  • The Crosby Chronicles: The consequences of voting no on Prop. 30, 38

    Voters should consider seriously the consequences of voting "no" to Proposition 30 or 38, ballot measures which would raise taxes in order to raise revenue for schools.  People get tax fatigue easily, especially when the economy is not doing well. So it&...
  • Union attitude a loss for students

    In the highly competitive federal Race to the Top — the grant program that holds the promise of up to $40 million over four years to school districts — this city’s teachers union did its best to undercut Glendale Unified’s...
  • Glendale Unified ponders wireless world

    Glendale Unified school board members this week are slated to continue discussions over a district-wide policy change that could ease restrictions on students bringing wireless devices, such as smartphones and iPads, to class. The new policy being...
  • The Crosby Chronicles: Back to school

    My throat is throbbing and sore. My feet are achy. I’m basically a walking zombie. Why do I feel this way?  Monday was the first day of the school year. This is my 24th year of teaching. And every opening day I have to brace myself for the...
  • Thoughts from Dr. Joe: Finding the magic in teachers

    I enjoy going to Starbucks and amidst the chatter of coffee drinkers and the grind of the cappuccino machine I manage to delve into a myriad of writing projects.  I also hear the laments of the customers as they wait for their morning brew. I gather from...
  • The Crosby Chronicles: Dress for success

    Remember the old saying, "dress for success?"  Ever since Presidents have been removing their jackets and rolling up their long sleeves as a way to appear "cool," proper dressing habits haven't been the same in quite some time.  Nonetheless, I feel it's...
  • Unclassified Info: A longtime relationship comes to an end

    By this time next week, I will no longer have kids at R.D. White Elementary School. I know what you are thinking … so what? Children move out of elementary school every year. While that's true, it's less frequent when a family has a child at one...