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March 29, 2007
Ten Years Ago … The 60-member strong Camden High School Concert Band from Camden, Australia visited the La Cañada High School campus. It was a reunion of sorts between the schools, as the Spartan band had visited the Aussies the previous year. Twenty Years Ago … A county work crew began fencing the locally celebrated "Berkshire Rock" to keep vandals away, following up on action decreed by the LCF City Council. For years the site of artwork created by local youths, it had fallen victim to taggers.
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By Mary O'Keefe | October 31, 2008
     A Palm Crest Elementary School third-grade boy sustained minor injuries this morning (Oct. 31) when he exited a car during drop-off time and collided with another vehicle, a sheriff’s deputy said.      According to Deputy Milburn Robinson, the vehicle the student was a passenger in was traveling eastbound on Fairmount Avenue toward the campus shortly after 8 a.m. today when he opened the car door and jumped out.      A driver headed eastbound on Fairmount swerved to avoid being struck by the car door the youth had swung open.
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By Elaine La Marr | January 4, 2007
Pre-school aged youngsters between the ages of 3-5 who reside in the La Cañada Unified School District and who have learning disabilities and/or serious language delays are eligible for the district's early intervention program, Sprouts. The Sprouts program has been in effect for 15 years and is sponsored and funded by the Cañada Auxiliary of Professionals, Assistance League of Flintridge (CAPS/ALF). The after-school program, held at Palm Crest Elementary School, is under the guidance of a multidisciplinary team that includes Joan Patterson, a special education teacher.
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By Chris Sutton | March 5, 2004
Palm Crest Elementary School's cafeteria was transformed into a hands-on science exhibit Thursday as 60 science projects were on display for the science fair. It was a full house, as 200 parents and children attended the fair, which was the culmination of the school's science exploration week. The science projects included the science of volcanos, a Venus Fly Trap plant, how fossils are formed, what makes temperatures rise and fall, hypothesis, rockets, how eye glasses help people, the principles of magnetism, among others.
FEATURES
By Ruth Longoria | May 1, 2008
To say Maria Caire is an active child is a bit of an understatement. A love of dance keeps this active La Cañada youth moving. The 10-year-old Palm Crest Elementary School student is involved in many sports and dance activities through school and her church, St. Anthony’s Greek Orthodox Church in Pasadena. Maria is this week’s Valley Sun All-Star. She was nominated for the honor by faculty at Palm Crest Elementary School. “Maria always seems happy, she’s helpful and extremely caring.
NEWS
By Ruth Longoria | July 31, 2008
The event was pretty much what La Cañada City Councilman David Spence imagined when in the 1990s he urged the city to begin a community Music in the Park event. Spence previously told the Valley Sun he’d been to Maine nearly 20 years ago and seen a community park event where everyone gathered to enjoy an evening together and hear the community band play. The event was a lot of fun and people vacationing from all over came out to hear the band play, he said. In a similar fashion, hundreds of folks gathered last Sunday night at Memorial Park, prepared with blankets, lawn chairs, picnic baskets and, in some cases, the family pet, ready for an evening of entertainment, relaxation, and family fun. They weren’t disappointed.
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