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January College Search Guide
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January College Search Guide

The Road to College By May S. Ruiz Winter break is over. I hope your children got the opportunity to de-stress, enjoyed time away from school, and just delighted in being teenagers. The years between middle and high school aren’t that long and once gone, will never come back.  Give your children the chance to…

December College Search Guide
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December College Search Guide

The Road to College By May S. Ruiz It’s almost winter but for lots of sunshine, blue skies, and no rain in the forecast.  Yet, the calendar says it’s December and all the stores are enticing us with every kind of sales promotion.  And, of course, children are eagerly anticipating the Christmas season and winter…

Native American Educators Who Deserve Recognition
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Native American Educators Who Deserve Recognition

November Marks Native American Heritage Month Names of outstanding Native American Educators inducted into the Youth-on-the-Move International Educators’ Hall of Fame (IEHOF): Mr. David Risling, (1994), Hoopa “Father of Indian Education” UC Davis; Co-founder, DQ University. Help get passage of the federal Indian Education and Indian Tribal Community Colleges act. Sarah H. Hutchison (1995), Cherokee- Counselor and Professor…

Lauralee Farrer Named Chief Storyteller and VP of Communications
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Lauralee Farrer Named Chief Storyteller and VP of Communications

Longtime Fuller trustee, renowned author, and former Herman Miller Inc. CEO Max De Pree believed that without “tribal storytellers,” a community like Fuller will forget who we are. Lauralee Farrer has been named the new Chief Storyteller and Vice President of Communications at Fuller to fulfill Max’s challenge: to remember who we are, to help…

MUSD Elementary Students Receive Free Dictionaries from Local Elks Club
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MUSD Elementary Students Receive Free Dictionaries from Local Elks Club

Bradoaks Elementary School third-grader, Alaina Delgado, eagerly flipped through the pages of her new dictionary during the school’s October 30 Dictionary Giveaway Assembly, thrilled at having a resource to expand her vocabulary. “It’s really cool that they gave us these dictionaries because it will help me learn new words to use every day,” Delgado said….

San Gabriel Valley Schools Adopt Anti-Bullying Program
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San Gabriel Valley Schools Adopt Anti-Bullying Program

By May S. Ruiz Bullying is a common occurrence in schools and the numbers prove it; one study revealed that as many as 49 percent of children in grades 4-12 have been bullied at least once during the past month. School administrators and teachers have been looking for ways to solve this prevalent problem.  For…

November College Search Guide
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November College Search Guide

THE ROAD TO COLLEGE By May S. Ruiz FRESHMAN Your children have come this far into their 9th grade and should be fully settled in on their courses and their teachers’ teaching style.  Hopefully, they have found some new friends among their classmates, and have adjusted to high school life in general. Encourage your children…

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