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Daniel Webster Wolfbots Wins Programming Award at their First Lego Robotics Competition

Daniel Webster Wolfbots won the award for Programming at their first Lego Robotics competition recently! The award recognizes a team that utilizes outstanding programming principles, including clear, concise and reusable code that allows their robot to perform challenge missions autonomously and consistently. Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) expresses congratulations the Webster Wolves for this accomplishment! Daniel Webster Elementary School, 2101 E. Washington Blvd. Pasadena, (626)…

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A Continuing Walden Tradition… Sixth Graders Gives Books to Their Mentor Class

Last week was Walden School’s first of this year’s mentor assemblies. Per Walden tradition, 6th graders pick a book to gift to their mentor classes…

Flintridge Sacred Heart Teacher Dr. Liz Krider Recognized by Sen. Anthony Portantino

unnamed740 Credit: Tim Berger/La Cañada Valley Sun Flintridge Sacred Heart’s very own Dr. Liz Krider (FSHA teacher and co-founder LCF 4 Healthy Air), made the news for her public advocacy regarding the cleanup at the Devil’s Gate Dam. She has worked tirelessly for over a year…

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Barnhart School Second Graders Playing the “Exchange Game”

Barnhart School 2nd graders are playing the “the exchange game” and developing place value concepts in math. For school children to understand place value, they…

Assumption School Students Visit Underwood Family Farms

abvm10302019-1st-740 Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Students recently visited Underwood Family Farms’ Pumpkin Patch (Moorpark, CA) and the students had a blast and they learned first hand where food comes from! Underwood Family Farms who’s famous for its super fresh, locally grown California produce and who’s…

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Entrepreneurial Fair at Clairbourn School

Students from Clairbourn School’s Preschool to Grade 8 participated in an exciting Entrepreneurial Fair at Clairbourn School recently. They spent several months preparing their product…

Sequoyah School: Learning the Pythagorean Theorem the “Natural Way”

ss10282019-740 What better way to dive into the foundations and principles of a Pythagorean Philosophy than outdoors in the shade of Sequoyah high school campus — “Number is the ruler of forms and ideas, and the cause of gods and demons.” – Pythagoras How People Use…

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Holy Family School Teachers Participates in California Science Education Conference Held in San Jose California

Science teachers always encouraged their classes to ‘go out and discover something’ because all scientific endeavors depend on observation and experimentation. Through such pursuits, anyone…

5 Tips for Making the Most of an Open House

lsmsopenhouse-740 The Westridge Middle School Student Leadership group during the Lower & Middle School Open House Fair. Photo courtesy Westridge School In my first blog, I talked about the importance of finding the right school match and being authentic and honest about what your child wants…

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Third-grade Students Studying Principles of Economics at Clairbourn School

Third-grade students, studying economic principles at Clairbourn School, made products from a given set of supplies, projected their time and materials costs, set prices, made marketing signs, and sold their wares at a Store event attended by parents and second-graders. They were required to track their sales and adjust prices in real time according to the demand for their products. Clairbourn School, 8400 Huntington Drive, San Gabriel, (626) 286-3108 or visit www.clairbourn.org.                  

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