Category Archives: Schools

Enjoy An Award-winning Musician, while Supporting a School in Zambia

Michael Sobie will be performing “The Music of Elton John,” in a special benefit concert at Mercer Hall at Palisades High School on Sunday, January 29 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased through PaliHi’s Theater … Continue reading

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Face-to-Face: Teens and Seniors: Seniors Needed

A nonprofit, Sages & Seekers, is looking for Sages, adults 60+, in the Pacific Palisades Community to pair with Seekers, students ages 15-24, at Palisades High School. Program director Rachel Shader, said, “Our programs are an opportunity for Seniors to … Continue reading

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Robertson Selected as Outstanding Educator of the Year (Part 2)

(Editor’s note: This is part two of a story about the agriculture and animals at Revere Middle School.) Carrie Robertson, who has worked at Paul Revere Charter Middle School since 2011, was named the “Outstanding Educator of the Year” by … Continue reading

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Robertson Selected as Outstanding Educator of the Year (Part 1)

(Editor’s note: this is part one of a two-part story about Paul Revere Middle School Agricultural teacher. Today the story centers around the animals, tomorrow about dealing with food waste in an agricultural setting.) Carrie Robertson, who has worked at … Continue reading

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Eight Woman Receive Eagle Scout Rank

Photos: ERIN NEUMEYER On November 21, eight new Eagle Scouts of Troop 223G were recognized at a National Eagle Court of Honor at Sprague Center at the Saint Matthew Parish. Ruby Rose Carlson, a 2021 Eagle Scout led the convening … Continue reading

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Local Students Participate in the Forestry Challenge

Thirteen students from Palisades Charter High School participated in the 2022 San Bernardino Forestry Challenge in November. The event was held at Hume SoCal in Green Valley Lake, and 93 students from 10 schools helped prepare a Forest Management Plan. “The kids … Continue reading

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Spelling Bee Provides Excitement and Levity

By CHAZ PLAGER Before Palisades High School started its grueling end of the semester testing, student leadership decided there needed to be a way to release some of the tension. The solution? A spelling bee. Leadership held a school-wide spelling … Continue reading

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Canyon School Fourth Graders Visit Pascual Marquez Cemetery

Canyon School fourth graders visited the Pascual Marquez Cemetery, which is located on Lorenzo Street in Santa Monica Canyon. They were greeted by members of the family, including 98-year-old Ernest Marquez, who attended Canyon School from 1930 to 1936. Marquez … Continue reading

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Palisades High School Students Digging for Treasure? Maybe

By CHAZ PLAGER Residents driving down Temescal Canyon Road, may have noticed what looked like a group of teens and a teacher digging. The group was near the bluffs, just below the alternative high school, digging before Thanksgiving vacation. Was … Continue reading

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Fentanyl Expert Spoke at Paul Revere: Steps to Take With an Overdose

If you see someone lying on the street, “under 50 and younger, assume it’s an opioid overdose and assume it’s fentanyl,” Dr. Roger Crystal told the nearly 200 people in the Paul Revere Middle School auditorium on October 26. “Fentanyl … Continue reading

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