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Health and Safety at School (INACTIVE)

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  • Yellow Ribbon Week is nonviolence reminder

    Yellow Ribbon Week is being recognized this week at many of our schools. There will be meaningful activities provided for students to help them understand the message of nonviolence by Martin Luther King Jr. Classroom teachers will also take some time...
  • Mental health costs shift to schools

    Local school officials say they are preparing to temporarily absorb approximately $2 million in costs for mental health services rendered to school-aged children that previously were covered by the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health. The...
  • 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...
  • Worthy inspiration for Rebels

    Worthy inspiration for Rebels
    One sign of a complete player is consistently getting it done on both ends of the court. In the case of the Flintridge Prep boys' basketball team, it's got that type of playmaker in senior forward Jared Norsworthy. Norsworthy, a senior forward, will...
  • Candidates try to make their marks

    Two Glendale Unified School Board candidates Thursday criticized Measure S — a $270-million bond on the April 5 ballot — breaking rank with district officials who say it is a critical component of the long-range success of local schools....
  • It's all about rolling artfully

    Tuesday is organ night at Moonlight Rollerway on San Fernando Road in Glendale. But before the organ music permeates the building and skaters make their laps around the wood floor, four skating teachers conduct lessons for adults. Their students are...
  • Activities flood students' calendars

    Though the school year is drawing to a close, activities remain plentiful. Glendale High’s outgoing PTSA President Sydney Swainston reports that her group has the Senior Awards and Baccalaureate coming up while students tackle tests and year-end...
  • Businesses help keep kids healthy

    A Taste of Downtown Glendale surpassed all expectations with more than 1,000 foodies packing 45 Glendale restaurants for, in many cases, a lot more than a taste on May 11. Brand Boulevard was buzzing with enough foot traffic to make every merchant happy....
  • Work on I-5 is worth the trouble

    As a driver who is stuck many times in traffic on the Golden State (5) Freeway, I agree with this construction project because it is the backbone of the state’s transportation system, and it connects important employment centers between San Fernando...
  • Glendale officials sued for racial profiling, harassment of Latino students

    Glendale officials sued for racial profiling, harassment of Latino students
    The ACLU of Southern California on Thursday filed a lawsuit against Glendale Unified administrators and three law enforcement agencies, alleging that officers illegally detained, searched and interrogated roughly 55 Latino high school students in what...
  • Long time Glendale schools official Lois Neil-Sambar dies at 76

    Lois Neil-Sambar, a prominent local educator and philanthropist, died Tuesday at her home in La CaƱada Flintridge. She was 76. The cause of death was cancer, her husband Chuck Sambar said. Born on October 30, 1934 in Hoboken, New Jersey, Neil-Sambar...