Sequoyah Ninth Grader Uses 3D Printer to Make Masks for Healthcare Workers

Sequoyah 9th grader, Alex, has been using a 3D printer to make masks for healthcare workers. He has also created a website to help students in LA locate resources such as food and hygiene products. All you have to do is enter your zip code www.covid19resourcemap.com. Sequoyah School, 535 S. Pasadena Ave., Pasadena, 626-795-4351, or visit sequoyahschool.org.          

La Fete, Ramona’s Annual Auction, has Moved Online

La Fete, Ramona’s Annual Auction, has moved online and is up and running from now until closing on April 4th! Register now and take a look at what’s up for grabs by texting LAFETE2020 to…

Maranatha Junior Advances in the Rotary Four Way Test Speech Tournament

(L to R): Jessica Tilney ’21, Joel Turk ’20, and Maranatha Speech and Debate Advisor Pat Mesisca   On Wednesday, March 11 Maranatha High School senior Joel Turk and junior Jessica Tilney competed against San…

PUSD: COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Updates

Dear PUSD Families, As of this morning, we now understand from Caltech that a graduate student was tested for the Coronavirus, COVID-19. The student, who showed mild symptoms, is currently self-isolating in off-campus housing pending…

Maranatha Speech and Debate Leaps into State Finals on Leap Day

(L-R) Victoria Luo, Ximena Santoro, Speech and Debate Advisor Mr. Pat Mesisca, Samantha Santoro, Faith Ising, and Joel Turk The Maranatha Speech and Debate team competed in the annual Speech and Debate Qualification Tournament held…