We are now forever united by a strange bond, the three dozen or so of us who watched last Friday afternoon’s CIF Division 5 girls’ soccer playoff game between San Marino and host Beaumont, contested as the storm of the year unleashed wind and rain and bone-chilling cold upon all who assembled at Don Smith Field.
Two Hillsides employees are celebrating a momentous milestone this February – a combined 64 years working at the Los Angeles charity. Resource assistant Carolyn Clegg is marking 34 years at Hillsides and school liaison Melvyn Washington is observing his 30th anniversary.
Kate Scannell scored on a penalty shot late in the fourth quarter, Tess Denham made eight second-half saves and the San Marino High School girls’ varsity water polo team came back from a 5-3 halftime deficit to defeat Monrovia 7-6 in a play-in game at South Pasadena High School. With the win, the Lady Titans clinched third place in the Rio Hondo League and will host Oxnard on Tuesday evening at 5:00 p.m. in a CIF Division IV wild card playoff game....Read More
Little Leaguers Getting Ready for 2014 Opening Day…...Read More
They looked like they could still play, in the lexicon of sports. Kick off their shoes and beat a current Rio Hondo League girls’ basketball all-star team by twenty points....Read More
The San Marino School Board this evening reached an agreement in principle with Leadership Associates to assist in the search for a successor to Superintendent Loren Kleinrock, who will retire June 30, 2014. The agreement is subject to review and approval of the definitive contract, which Leadership Associates will present at the next board meeting on Monday, February 24....Read More
Huntington Middle School’s second largest fundraiser kicked off Tuesday as students begin selling annual magazine subscriptions. Sponsored by Huntington’s PTA, profits from the Magazine Drive support numerous PTA programs and enrichment activities at the school including art, technology, PE, speech and debate, and the Library.
AND THE GRAMMY GOES TO… San Marino PTSA’s annual Founder’s Day will be held on Tuesday, February 25 in Huntington Middle School’s Kenneth F. White Auditorium beginning at 6:30 p.m. sharp. The Founder’s Day committee has a special evening planned to honor the San Marino Unified School District’s outstanding community volunteers in a program set to the theme of ‘The Grammys.’ Look for yard signs springing up around San Marino announcing Honorary and Continuing Service Award recipients. PICTURED ABOVE, left to right, are FRONT ROW: Founder’s Day co-Chair Christina Pink, Milou Lee, Kathy Osequeda, Sarah Kim, Karen Harrigian, Eileen Cameron, Homeira Asghari, Doris Cheung, Melinda Irie and Founder’s Day co-Chair Donna Balbin. TOP ROW: Paula Dunkel, Cynthia Ary, Helen Phan, Nancy Lee, Eileen Hale, Kaylin Chow, Jasmin Tsai and Sue Kim.
Thomas and Brian Rogers, seniors at San Marino High School and Eagle Scouts from Troop 355, made a presentation at Tuesday’s school board meeting asking the group to make mandatory a recital of the Pledge of Allegiance at SMHS. The board responded with a unanimous 5-0 vote in the affirmative.
Not entirely certain what was coming next, more than two hundred young people simultaneously rose to their feet just minutes before the rival schools they were there to support were slated to tip off a much-anticipated rivalry basketball game between South Pasadena and San Marino High Schools.