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A Joyous Noise: The Music Mobile Visits Wild Rose Elementary

A Joyous Noise: The Music Mobile Visits Wild Rose Elementary

Story by Susan Motander Photos by Terry Miller Earlier this week the Music Mobile of the Pasadena Conservatory of Music visited Wild Rose Elementary School in Monrovia.  For many of the third grade students who participated in the program, it was a first exposure to music, especially orchestral music.  The…

March College Search Guide

March College Search Guide

  The Road to College By May S. Ruiz It’s spring time! And most students are also on spring break. It may well be a welcome respite for your children, a time to recharge as they head towards the end of the school year. While it is an opportunity…

Santa Fe Middle School Students Participate in 31st Science Olympiad at Occidental College

Santa Fe Middle School Students Participate in 31st Science Olympiad at Occidental College

Story and photos By Terry Miller “Mission Possible” was the name of one of last year’s team’s science project at Santa Fe Middle School (SFMS) in preparation for the Science Olympiad. The students this year are again getting ready to compete at the Science Olympiad at Occidental College…

Near-Peer Mentoring for College Applicants

Near-Peer Mentoring for College Applicants

  By May S. Ruiz A year ago, Emma Li was a 17-year-old high school senior at Arcadia…

Monrovia’s Clifton School Newly Designated as Model Middle School

Monrovia’s Clifton School Newly Designated as Model Middle School

  State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced Wednesday  that 11 high-performing California middle schools have been…

Early College Program Gives Monrovia Students Advantage

Early College Program Gives Monrovia Students Advantage

  By May S. Ruiz High school students in Monrovia can get an early start to college beginning…

Free Drinking Water Lead Testing at California Public Schools

Free Drinking Water Lead Testing at California Public Schools

  State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced that public schools can receive free testing for lead…

Immaculate Conception School – ‘Little School That Does More Than Try’

Immaculate Conception School – ‘Little School That Does More Than Try’

  By Susan Motander The parochial school at Immaculate Conception Church is celebrating National Catholic Schools Week. This…

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