Category Archives: Kids/Parenting

Yeehaw Day Promotes Community Spirit and Fun

 BY CHAZ PLAGER    Palisades Elementary School held its annual fall carnival, Yeehaw Day, on Saturday, October 15.   Whether the event would be held or not seemed dubious at first due to a sudden rain shower, but it let … Continue reading

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Creative Writing Winners Announced at Awards Ceremony

Friends of the Library President Laura Schneider welcomed about 50 contestants and parents to an after-school award ceremony for the summer creative writing contest held at the Palisades Library on October 6. “We’re so happy to have the event back … Continue reading

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Expert Will Speak on Fentanyl at Paul Revere

Dr. Roger Crystal will give a presentation to Revere parents and students and the local community at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 26 at the Revere auditorium, 1450 Allenford Ave. Crystal will discuss the dangers of fentanyl and what we … Continue reading

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YMCA Pumpkin Patch Opens October 1

The annual Palisades-Malibu YMCA pumpkin patch will open Saturday, October 1, and run through October 30-31 or until they pumpkins are sold. All proceeds benefit the local Y, a nonprofit organization. As always, there will be a wide selection of pumpkins to choose from … Continue reading

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Viewpoint–St. Matthew’s Teacher’s Letter Promotes Reverse Racism

St. Matthew middle school teacher Victoria Rosenberg sent a letter (below) to parents, which was shared with CTN, and also sent to Breitbart News. Rosenberg attended a NART (National Anti-Racist Teach-in) conference that hosted prominent critical race theorists including author … Continue reading

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Patrick Wall Spoke on the Sexual Assault of Minors

Patrick Wall, who has spent 30 years investigating, researching and publishing reports of the clerical sexual assaults of minors, spoke to the Palisades Optimist Club on September 6. Initially trained in philosophy, theology and Canon Law, he was a monk … Continue reading

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90272: High Schoolers’ Struggle to Balance Work and Studies

By CHAZ PLAGER Getting a part-time job is a ubiquitous high school experience. Once students hit junior year and turn sixteen, many quickly rush to get a work permit. Some students want experience working in general, some just want something … Continue reading

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PaliHi Band Prepares for Competition Season

By CHAZ PLAGER School is back in session, and the unchanging traditions of the fall semester stand firm, such as marching band. Those who live near Palisades Charter High School can often hear the PaliHi band practicing in the evening … Continue reading

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After Losing ADA Money Last Year, Attendance Policy Is Reinstated at PaliHi

  If Palisades residents thought they saw a large number of high school kids walking around the Village last year during the school day or hanging out in the park at the Palisades Recreation Center, they were right. The attendance … Continue reading

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Still a Few Slots Open for AYSO Soccer Fall Season

Your child already has a job – school has started or is about to start – they don’t need added stress from competitive sports. One way to help them socialize, get exercise and just generally have fun is to play … Continue reading

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