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NEWS
By Carol Cormaci, carol.cormaci@latimes.com | June 6, 2013
In a year-end tradition, the La Cañada Council PTA and its various school-site PTAs on Monday held their joint installation breakfast, which this year featured a new twist: Several students were invited to present programs that had captured their attention during this past school year. Called "Spotlight on Students," the program in past years was held separately from the PTA installation and didn't garner much attendance, said Pam Knapp, outgoing president of the Council PTA. The showcase was abandoned for a couple of years due to school testing schedules but resumed this year.
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FEATURES
By Ruth Longoria | August 6, 2009
This week?s Valley Sun All Star excels in a montage of ways. Edie Bucar, 17, a 2009 graduate of La Cañada High School, is musical, creative, artistic and inventive. She?s devoted to her music, diligent in her studies and a delight to her instructors. ?I?ve been teaching her since Edie was a little girl,? said Bucar?s piano teacher, Dr. Sanya Henderson of the Art of Music Studio in Eagle Rock. ?She?s an absolutely amazing learner, very diverse in her interests, and a pleasure to teach,?
NEWS
By Megan O’Neil | November 5, 2009
An $877,000 public works project that includes the re-curbing and resurfacing of seven arterial streets in La Cañada, is on schedule to be completed by the end of November, city officials said this week. City engineer Ying Kwan said the streets being worked on include parts of Palm Drive, Jessen Drive, Vista de Valle Road, Alta Canyada Road, Lynnhaven Lane, Princess Anne Road and Gould Avenue. The contracted company, All American Asphalt, is more than four weeks into the eight-week project, Kwan said.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 22, 2007
  Ten Years Ago Two 15-year-old La Cañada residents were safely returned to their families after being lost for several hours in the Angeles National Forest. The teens were found in good condition on the Edison Short Cut Road in the San Gabriel Mountains by a member of the Sierra Madre Search and Rescue Team.   Twenty Years Ago Donald Hingst was named principal of the soon-to-be reopened Palm Crest Elementary School, which had been out of use as a public school site for several years due to a 10-year decline in enrollment.
NEWS
May 17, 2007
Jeanne Broberg has announced she is running in the Nov. 6 election to return to the La Cañada Unified School District Governing Board, becoming the second individual to announce her candidacy to date. Incumbent Cindy Wilcox threw her hat into the ring earlier this month. Broberg was elected to the board in 1993 and reelected in 1997. After a three year stint in Ukraine and Russia with husband, Dr. Charles Broberg, she is now back home in La Cañada Flintridge. "My eight years' School Board experience has only been enhanced by my exposure to the peoples of Eastern Europe, their appreciation for education, and their desire to better their lives," Broberg said in a prepared statement.
FEATURES
June 21, 2007
Evan Edwards is a native of La Cañada, born on Sept. 2, 1989. He is the eldest of three, having two sisters: Megan, who is 15, and Anna 14. In the first grade, Evan joined Cub Scout Pack 310 in La Crescenta. While in Cub Scouts, Evan earned the God and Family Award as well as the Arrow of Light. As a Cub, Evan enjoyed his first camping experiences, making new friends, and building Pinewood Derby cars with his Dad. In 2001, Evan joined Boy Scout Troop 509. The emphasis on outings, high adventure, scout initiative, and leadership made Troop 509 a great choice and a wonderful scouting experience.
NEWS
By Elaine La Marr | March 1, 2007
Members of the La Cañada Unified School District's Governing Board held a workshop Tuesday evening to discuss publicly their findings and gain input regarding dispensation of the former school district office adjacent to Palm Crest Elementary School. There were approximately 25 individuals in attendance to hear plans. Mike Leininger, assistant superintendent of facilities, presented a review of background information for those in attendance, including options and financial implications and discussed all methods that have been used to explore use of the site if it was kept in the district's land bank rather than sold.
NEWS
By Ralph Saenz | September 23, 2004
Few school districts have as unusual a site for their administrative offices as does the La Cañada Unified School District. Located north of Foothill Boulevard at 5039 Palm Dr., the LCUSD administrative offices can be found through a gated entryway. The parking lot is shaded and despite Palm Crest Elementary School being next door, the grounds appear quiet and serene. A visitor might feel at home right away. And why not? The district offices were once the summer home of the Bullock's Department Store family.
NEWS
By Bianca P. Gallegos | October 5, 2006
On Friday evening, the sound of classic rock music echoed through the playground at Palm Crest Elementary School. Children played, swinging glowing neon bracelets as their parents socialized nearby, enjoying conversation and picnic dinners. The families that gathered at the school had a very good reason to party. It was the kickoff of the school's 50th birthday, and the annual Back To School Barbecue. Palm Crest opened its doors to 217 students on Oct. 9, 1956. The school currently has 555 students enrolled.
FEATURES
April 26, 2007
On April 18, the La Cañada Kiwanis Club honored six outstanding Palm Crest Elementary School students at their weekly luncheon meeting. Kiwanian Pat Flynn introduced the Terrific Kids and their parents to the Kiwanis and guests. The Kiwanis Terrific Kids program recognizes outstanding students who are academically outstanding and are active in extracurricular activities. Future leaders at this meeting were Chris Parker, Meghan Roberts, Zack Johnson , Micaela Anderson, Mary Clare Plaschke and Avery Swchwartz . Parker enjoys school and working with his classmates and teachers.
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