Category Archives: Schools

Palisadians Show Support for Iranian Women

  Story and Photos by: CHAZ PLAGER The Palisades Farmer’s Market on Sunset and Swarthmore was just a bit noisier than normal, on October 30, thanks to the March for Iranian Women’s Rights being held. Led by Palisades High School … Continue reading

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Dinner with Eugene Levy Raised $10,000 for Local Youth

Palisades Honorary Mayor Eugene Levy, comic and Emmy winner for Schitt’s Creek, agreed to dine for charity, helping raise money for local youth causes. Last year, the Palisades Rotary Club sold 100 tickets ($100 each) for the opportunity to share … Continue reading

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Qualia Senior Busby Thompson Qualifies as National Merit Semifinalist

  Terrin Busby Thompson, a senior at Qualia: The School for Deeper Learning in Calabasas, is among the 1 percent of SAT and PSAT takers to earn recognition as a National Merit Semifinalist this year. Busby Thompson’s status qualifies him … Continue reading

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LAPD Detectives Seeking Additional Victims of Sexual Assault

LAPD Media Relations Office Cruz has alerted the community that the Department’s Juvenile Division are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying any additional victims who may have been assaulted by a local high school coach, Paul Anthony Davis. On October … Continue reading

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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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Pure Joy! “Mamma Mia!” Opens at Palisades High School

This is the kind of production that makes you glad there is live theater. This reviewer listened in awe at the tremendous voices in the Palisades High School production of “Mamma Mia” – and never stopped smiling- because it was … Continue reading

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Canyon Elementary Replacement Project to be Restarted

Canyon Elementary School, built in 1894, is one of the oldest elementary schools in Los Angeles. The original and historic one-room schoolhouse, which is still on campus, now serves as a library. Prior to Covid a classroom replacement project was … 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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