Category Archives: Schools

Community Members Needed for Palisades High School Board

  The Pacific Palisades Charter High School, a fiscally independent charter high school, is governed by a 12- member board of trustees. The Board consists of faculty, classified members, a student, parents and community members. A special election is now … Continue reading

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Daily, Public Middle and High School Will Start Later

By CHAZ PLAGER If you’re a parent, you know just how dangerous a cranky teen is. And teens who don’t get enough sleep are just that. With schools starting between 7 and 8 a.m. for most middle and high schools, … Continue reading

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“Newsies, Jr.” Opens this Weekend

If a resident wants an uplifting experience, plan to attend the Theatre Palisades Youth production of “Newsies, Jr.” which opens on Thursday and will run the next two weekends at the Pierson Playhouse, 941 Temescal Canyon Road. Palisades residents had … Continue reading

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PaliHi Students Delve into Climate Change with Loggers and the Forest Service

By LAUREL BUSBY Special to Circling the News This spring, 12 Palisades High students took a deep dive into climate change and the state’s wildfire crisis at the Forestry Challenge Championship in northern California’s Tuolumne County. With input from lumber mill representatives, … Continue reading

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Palisades High School Graduates 850

By CHAZ PLAGER Most graduations are special. For the graduates, it means that a new chapter in their life has begun, and to say goodbye to the past four years of their life. For the parents of the graduates, it … Continue reading

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Photography Class Available in June

Rick Steil, who worked as a professional fashion photographer around the world, is offering a photography summer camp from June 20-24. Steil, Palisades resident, who wanted to spend more time with his family, came to Palisades High School, as the … Continue reading

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Free Yogurt for Graduating Seniors

Amalfi Estates Founder and philanthropist Anthony Marguleas is not only honoring graduating high school and college seniors, but he is also helping a local business. On June 11, from 1 to 5 p.m., Marguleas will pay for a free yogurt from … Continue reading

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Pascual Marquez Family Cemetery Cleaned and Planted

  People who may have recently moved to the Westside of Los Angeles may not be aware of a historic family cemetery, located on San Lorenzo Street in the Santa Monica Canyon. On May 28, just in time for Memorial … Continue reading

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Three Candidates Vie for LAUSD’s District 4 School Board Race

In the Los Angeles Unified School District, Nick Melvoin, the incumbent school board member for District 4, faces a challenge from two newcomers: parent Gentille Barkhordarian and teacher Tracey Schroeder. District 4 covers West L.A. and parts of the West … Continue reading

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Revere Middle School to Host Literary Festival on May 19

  The PRIDE Booster Club of Paul Revere Middle School is hosting a literary festival “Literacy Brings Us Together” and a book fair from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, May 19. The event will be held at 1450 Allenford … Continue reading

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