The Gooden School Student Council Elections: A Lesson in Citizenship

Gooden’s students are learning an important lesson in citizenship yesterday as they vote for their student council. Each candidate for an officer position submitted a campaign video that will be screened today during a virtual assembly. It takes confidence and leadership to prepare and present their vision to their fellow students and The Gooden School is proud of all of its candidates. Student Council “meet”…

Westridge Students Asked to Be Aware and Care in Microaggression Assemblies

The October 14 Westridge Wednesday divisional assemblies were each devoted to the topic of microaggressions: What are they? What is their impact on students? What should be your commitment to interrupting microaggressions in the community?…

Fall in Love with Reading and Experience the Journey of a Lifetime

As the days begin to grow shorter and our children are staying inside more, now is the perfect time to FALL in love with reading books! For as little as 20 minutes a day, children…

St. Rita School: “Let’s Talk Raiders”

 Raider’s Talk News was developed by St. Rita School Computer Teacher, Mr. Hernandez. The program provides parents and students a place to receive important information, all while giving students the freedom to express themselves…

Sequoyah School Jr. High Students Interviews Dr. Neha Nanda, Keck Medical USC’s Medical Director of Infection Prevention & Antimicrobial Stewardship

Students in Sequoyah School’s Jr. High had the opportunity to interview Dr. Neha Nanda, Medical Director of Infection Prevention and Antimicrobial Stewardship at Keck Medical USC, about COVID-19 and best practices for keeping themselves, as…