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By Elaine La Marr | February 1, 2007
Students attending La Cañada Elementary School had an opportunity to experience travel to foreign countries this past week when LCE parents recreated a bit of their homelands in the cafetorium. The program for multicultural enrichment has been held at LCE for numerous years and, according to LCE principal Ivette Ellis, is part of the social science curriculum as an exciting learning opportunity for students. Chairman and co-chairs of the event were Cecilia Cheng, Judy Kolb and Laura Liang.
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By Olivia Smith Valley Sun | August 16, 2007
Twenty-nine of La Cañada High School?s newest graduates recently took a 32-day backpacking trip to seven European countries. English teacher James Padilla led the students through England, France, Spain, Switzerland, Italy, the Czech Republic and Germany with the help of co-leader Sarah Kitts, a family friend of Padilla?s. ?It was just so different [being] on foreign soil, away from everything you?ve ever known, with a random group of classmates who you?ve known most of your life, yet some of them you?
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November 17, 2005
The judge has made his decision and named the winners in the Fall Art Exhibit sponsored by the Verdugo Hills Art Association and currently on display at the La Cañada Public Library, 4545 Oakwood Ave., La Cañada. The work was judged by Tom Fong, outstanding local artist who has won many national awards for his work. He is a member of Watercolor West and is a teacher of watercolor painting. Fong is a featured demonstrating artist for many Southern California art associations.
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By Olivia Smith Valley Sun | August 16, 2007
Twenty-nine of La Cañada High School?s newest graduates recently took a 32-day backpacking trip to seven European countries. English teacher James Padilla led the students through England, France, Spain, Switzerland, Italy, the Czech Republic and Germany with the help of co-leader Sarah Kitts, a family friend of Padilla?s. ?It was just so different [being] on foreign soil, away from everything you?ve ever known, with a random group of classmates who you?ve known most of your life, yet some of them you?
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By Elaine La Marr | February 1, 2007
Students attending La Cañada Elementary School had an opportunity to experience travel to foreign countries this past week when LCE parents recreated a bit of their homelands in the cafetorium. The program for multicultural enrichment has been held at LCE for numerous years and, according to LCE principal Ivette Ellis, is part of the social science curriculum as an exciting learning opportunity for students. Chairman and co-chairs of the event were Cecilia Cheng, Judy Kolb and Laura Liang.
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