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iD Tech Summer Camps Ignite Passion for STEM Learning

iD Tech Summer Camps Ignite Passion for STEM Learning

By May S. Ruiz Just what can a 13-year-old kid possibly accomplish in five days? Something pretty awesome, it turns out. Rana Lulla, who is 13 years old, produced an…

Governor Signs Bill Ensuring Access to Life-Saving Medications in Schools

Huff Legislation Safeguards California Students from Serious Allergic Reactions Legislation designed to protect schoolchildren from serious and sometimes fatal anaphylactic allergic attacks will become law in California after receiving the…

Chef Beltran to Host 8th Annual Gumbo Fest to Benefit Pasadena Education Network

Chef Beltran to Host 8th Annual Gumbo Fest to Benefit Pasadena Education Network

Preeminent chef Claud Beltran announced that his 8th Annual Gumbo Fest will take place at the new Bacchus’ Kitchen, 1384 E. Washington Blvd., Pasadena on Sunday, September 27 from 4 to 8 p.m. The…

Students Spend Summer With Shakespeare at A Noise Within

Students Spend Summer With Shakespeare at A Noise Within

By May S. Ruiz Educational? Check! Enriching? Oh, yes. Peppered with a large dose of fun? Absolutely! At A Noise Within, a classical repertory theatre company founded by Geoff Elliott…

New Drought Response Best Practices and Resources

The California Department of Education’s School Facilities and Transportation Services Division has developed a new Drought Response Best Practices and Resources Web page that includes strategies that school districts can consider to…

AbilityFirst Teaches Life Skills to Help People With Disabilities Reach Potential

AbilityFirst Teaches Life Skills to Help People With Disabilities Reach Potential

By May S. Ruiz A mark of a truly remarkable and unforgettable learning experience is when students go back to the same school to teach there. While AbilityFirst is not…

Citrus College’s Haugh Scholars Program: Honoring a Legacy and Securing the Future

Citrus College’s Haugh Scholars Program: Honoring a Legacy and Securing the Future

Dr. Robert D. Haugh with Citrus College students in 1975 – Courtesy photos by Paula Green This fall, 25 Citrus College freshmen began a mentoring program that will facilitate their…

The Arcadia Unified School District

The Arcadia Unified School District

Arcadia High – Photos by Ryan Foran by May S. Ruiz This monthly feature will focus on one school district at a time to cover as much information as necessary…

Students Nationwide to Compete in 25th Department of Energy National Science Bowl

Engineer whose pioneering work contributed to visual effects used in The Lord of the Rings, Pirates of the Caribbean movies to speak at National Finals in Washington, D.C. Buzzers, not…

New CDE Fiscal Deputy Superintendent Appointed

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson named Nick Schweizer to the position of Deputy Superintendent for the Services for Administration, Finance, Technology, and Infrastructure Branch of the California Department…

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