• Carver Welcomes Back Past Principals, PTA Presidents


    BACK TOGETHER AGAIN: In this special Centennial year, San Marino’s Carver Elementary School PTA honored its past PTA presidents and principals by hosting a breakfast at the school last Friday morning. The twenty-five past presidents – who dated back to 1965 – had the pleasure of seeing Mr. Alex Scrim, former Carver Principal from 1959-82 and Mr. Bill Langton, former Carver Principal from 1982-1993. PICTURED ABOVE, left to right,m are FRONT ROW: Gerry Soderberg (1977-78), Marylyn Warren (1972-73), Barbara Simons (1965-66), Shirlee Chadwell-Elftman (1970-71), Alex Scrim (Principal 1959-82), Bill Langton (principal 1982-93), Liz Hollingsworth – current principal since 1995, Shirley Fadley (1966-67) and Ann Dryden (1969-70). MIDDLE ROW: Linda Speil (1986-87), Pam Petievich (1988-89), Johannah Smith (1981-82), Carol Reynolds (1980-81), Paulette Chapman (1984-85), Rosa Zee (1989-90), Dru Crouch (1998-99), Terry Fang (2001-02) and Don Dodd (1983-84). TOP ROW: Melanie Thomas (1997-98), Susan Ou (1995-96), Dana Marevich (1994-95), Laurie Modean (current president), Jennifer Giles (2011-12), Vivian Chan (1999-2000), Birgit Gabig (2004-06), Karen Preston (2002-03), Stephanie Perry (2008-09) and Sally Fadley (2010-11). Photo courtesy of Bill Youngblood

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