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April 15, 2000
Five Glendale Community College students of art instructor Caryl St. Ama have been accepted into CalArts, the fine arts school started by Walt Disney. They will start in the fall. The five are Byoung Jik Lee, an L.A. resident originally from Korea; Armen Mirzaian, a Hoover High grad and Glendale resident; Hugo Morales of Lynwood (a student of St. Ama's since 1997); Carl Raggio, a Glendale High grad and Glendale resident; and La Crescenta resident In-Young Sung, an Eagle Rock High grad.
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By Alison Tully | July 16, 2008
BURBANK — Michael Bertram is leaving the Burbank Unified School District to take a new position as assistant principal at Glendale High School. Bertram served for seven years as assistant principal at Burbank High and is credited for raising student test scores and the school’s overall “academic rigor,” Principal Bruce Osgood said. “He is in education for the right reasons. He loves kids and he is very good at what he does. He is the very best,” Osgood said.
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By Vince Lovato | June 9, 2006
One of Glendale Unified School District's three National Merit Scholarship Finalists speaks English as a third language. One is a homecoming princess and a drama queen. The third competes on the tennis court and in academic quizzes. Seniors Mkrtich Ohanyan of Clark Magnet High School, Polet Bagatourian of Crescenta Valley High School and Andrew Bagwell of Hoover High School all received the honor making them eligible for $1,000 scholarships. Only about 15,000 students of the 1.3 million who apply for the scholarship program are named finalists by the nonprofit Illinois-based National Merit Scholarship Corp.
SPORTS
By Hamlet Nalbandyan | March 15, 2006
BURBANK ? Before the season started, Burbank High softball Coach Jana Kovar called the 2006 campaign "a rebuilding year," while Crescenta Valley skipper Dan Berry said "position for position, we probably have the best hitting team we've had at Crescenta Valley High School." A little more than a week into the season, however, the results reveal a much different story. Burbank scored three runs in its final two at bats to upset Crescenta Valley, 4-3, in eight innings Monday in a nonleague game at McCambridge Park.
NEWS
July 2, 2005
Send DATEBOOK items to Glendale News-Press and Leader, 111 W. Wilson Ave., Suite 200, Glendale, CA, 91203 or fax to (818) 241-1975. Submissions must be received two weeks before publication. MONDAY The Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce Independence Day festivities will begin at 4 p.m. at Crescenta Valley High School, 4400 Ramsdell Ave., La Crescenta. Come and enjoy carnival rides, food booths and entertainment. The fireworks display will begin at about 9:15 p.m. and will be synchronized to patriotic music.
NEWS
January 12, 2002
Oakmont League cooks dinner for Foothill Service Club More than 50 years ago, the women of Oakmont League began a tradition of holiday service to the membership of the Foothill Service Club for the Blind that has become a festive and much anticipated occasion. On Dec. 12, the Oakmont leaguers arrived at the club's facility at Los Feliz with their arms full of the ingredients for the turkey dinner with all the trimmings. Oakmont league members were dressed in the colors of the season -- many with special aprons to signify their role for the event of preparing for and serving more than 50 people that gathered in the gaily decorated center.
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By Max Zimbert | December 2, 2009
GLENDALE — Ninth-graders in Glendale and Burbank schools improved their scores on state physical fitness exams, according to figures released Monday. About 82% of Glendale freshmen reached five of six state standards for fitness last school year, an increase from 80.7% in 2007-08, according to the California Department of Education. The exams test students’ aerobic capability, body mass, flexibility, abdominal strength, upper-body muscles and trunk extensions, or stomach-down sit-ups.
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By Anthony Kim | March 3, 2007
Crescenta Valley High School out-cooked eight other high schools Friday in a chili-making showdown at Glendale Community College, serving up what event organizers hope will be a yearly culinary competition. Russel Gruener, 18, a bistro class student at Crescenta Valley High, speculated on what set his team's recipe apart. "I think it's because we have barbecue sauce," he said. "We also have sirloin beef in ours instead of like some kind of pot roast or ground beef." The Crescenta Valley team's presentation — with white table cloths and a snowy antarctic theme — and its chili stood out enough to win the Grand Prize.
NEWS
December 30, 2006
Goodbye, 2006. Hello, 2007. Oh yes, what a year it was — the good, the bad and the ugly. And there was some of each in 2006. Elections brought a new crop of legislators to the area. Burbank saw a return of the popular Burbank on Parade back after a year's hiatus. Brand Boulevard in Glendale finished an extensive face-lift, work on the Americana at Brand began, and a Glendale woman's gift of more than $1 million led to a new field at Crescenta Valley High School for generations of students to benefit from.
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