In the three days leading up to the annual Fourth of July fireworks show at Crescenta Valley High School, the volunteers who put on the event were thrilled to see so many tickets selling. It was anticipated up to 4,000 people would be in attendance. The event, as the ticket sales suggested, drew what appeared to be the predicted crowd.
Por primera vez en las escuelas de la ciudad de Burbank, hay más estudiantes aprendices de inglés que hablan armenio, que aquellos que hablan español. Las autoridades escolares de Burbank discutieron los esfuerzos del distrito para ayudar a los aprendices de inglés a desarrollar sus habilidades durante la reunión de la Junta Escolar de la semana pasada, cuando Jennifer Goldenberg, profesora de asignación especial, informó sobre el aumento de estudiantes cuya primera lengua materna es el armenio.
Wilson Middle School student Sonya Siegel-Chanen won accolades from the Glendale school board this week for her flute performance during a festival held last month.In May, she performed music by the Italian composer Benedetto Marcello during the California Music Educators Assn.’s State Solo and Ensemble Festival held at Azusa Pacific University.Sonya was the only Glendale student to qualify for the festival, in which 50 students participated, said her mother Rachel...
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