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Health and Safety at School (INACTIVE)

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  • 66 teachers laid off

    GLENDALE — Sixty-six Glendale Unified teachers were laid off Tuesday after the school board voted to adopt a budget that included millions of dollars in funding cuts. Despite the pleas from parents and teachers, the Board of Education voted...
  • New first day of school decided

    GLENDALE— Parents and students should make a note on their their calendars: school will start Aug. 30. The 2010-11 academic calendars were unanimously approved Tuesday after months of wrangling with the teachers union over health benefits...
  • Education official visits Clark Magnet High

    A top-ranking federal education official on Tuesday visited Clark Magnet High School, where he reviewed some of the school's key practices, including its science-heavy curriculum and multimedia career tech program. The visitor, Greg Darnieder, is a...
  • Verdugo Mental Health says its bankrupt

    Verdugo Mental Health — an agency that provides counseling and mental health services to thousands of people in Burbank and Glendale — has filed for bankruptcy, but the facility’s leaders say a new operator will step in before a single...
  • Girl struck by vehicle on Rosemont Avenue

    A 13-year-old girl struck by an SUV Wednesday morning as she crossed the street in front of Rosemont Middle School appeared to have escaped with minor injuries, but was transported by helicopter to a hospital for observation, officials said. The girl,...
  • Feinstein stumps against Prop. 19

    Standing in front of the Glendale Police Department on Friday, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) voiced strong opposition to Proposition 19, the Nov. 2 ballot measure that would legalize marijuana in California. "As a mother and grandmother of six, I...
  • District outlines potential bond uses

    School safety improvements, technology upgrades and science lab renovations topped a list released this week by the Glendale Unified School District should voters approve a potential $270-million bond measure in April. The bond revenue would not be...
  • Education Matters: Growing our Learning Garden

    Education Matters: Growing our Learning Garden
    Editor's Note: Numerous instances of plagiarism have been discovered in Dan Kimber’s “Education Matters” column, which ran in the News- Press from September 2003 to September 2011. In those columns where plagiarism has been found, a...
  • Drug use relatively low in local schools

    Drug and alcohol use among Glendale Unified students is consistently lower than state and national averages, according to a recently released study. But the data, compiled as part of the California Healthy Kids Survey, are not necessarily cause for...
  • Murder trial resumes

    LOS ANGELES — A man who was in the car more than 20 years ago when his 16-year-old cousin was gunned down in Van Nuys testified in court Monday that the shooter dangled the gun out of his window before opening fire. Two years after Rodolfo Gallegos...
  • Mayor upset with state of traffic safety

    A rash of pedestrian-involved collisions this week has again put a spotlight on one of the city's top public safety issues, which officials said will be dealt with through tougher enforcement and increased public education. A baby in a stroller, a...
  • School board OKs $270M bond

    A $270-million school bond is in the hands of Glendale residents after school board members on Tuesday voted unanimously to place it on the April 5 ballot. If approved by voters, the bond would set the stage for a fresh round of capital improvement...