Philanthropic Educational Organization Meets ADD

The topics were diverse and flew by fast, like cars on the nearby 210 Freeway, when San Marino Tribune Editor Mitch Lehman addressed a local chapter of the Philanthropic Educational Organization - or P.E.O. - at a local restaurant last Tuesday morning. Read More

Nam Jack Named Woman of Distinction by Rep. Judy Chu

Nam Jack San Marino School Board member Nam Jack has been named one of fourteen San Gabriel Valley residents who will receive the 2015 Women of Distinction award from Rep. Judy Chu at a ceremony to be held at the San Marino Center on Saturday, April 18 at 10:00 a.m. Read More

Lisa Link, Chris Norgaard Will Defend Board Seats In November

Current San Marino School Board President Lisa Link and three-term Board Member Chris Norgaard told The Tribune this week that they will defend their seats at the Tuesday, November 3 election. The seats of Mrs. Link and Mr. Norgaard are the only two that will be contested this year as Nam Jack, Joseph Chang and Shelley Ryan have two years remaining on their current terms. Read More

San Marino Unified School District Set to Release New Apps

Screenshot of the individual app icons. The apps are being released by San Marino Unified School District on April 6. Posted Friday, April 3 – 10:22 a.m. By Krista Daly The wait is just about over. On Monday, April 6, parents of a child or children attending a San Marino school will be able to download apps on their iPhone or Android that will give them direct access to events, calendars and news related to […] Read More

Former LAUSD teacher convicted of murder

A former Los Angeles Unified elementary school teacher was convicted today of murdering his 43-year-old estranged wife outside a West Hills home where she had taken refuge after obtaining a restraining order against him. Read More

Huntington Middle School Hosts Mini Relay for Life

Sophia Schaefer, 10, and Jill Gulick complete a quiz on cancer during the mini Relay for Life, held at Huntington Middle School on March 13. An estimated 1.66 million people in the United States will develop cancer in 2015. Nearly 589,500 will die from cancer this year. As 12-year-old Lawrence Chung ran around the Huntington Middle School track field on Friday, he read different signs that presented facts like these, provided by the American Cancer Society. Chung, along with about 150 people, ran a mini Relay for Life. Read More

Measure E Passes with 76 Percent Voter Support

The San Marino Unified School District’s Measure E – a special six-year, $865 per parcel tax vital to the business-as- usual function of California’s highest-rated unified school district – passed on Tuesday with 76.25 percent of the 2,628votes cast in assent. The parcel tax required a 2/3rds plus one majority vote for approval. Read More

Cell Tower at San Marino High School Slated for Removal

Score a victory for a small but persistent group of parents in the San Marino Unified School District who appear to have pulled off what was previously unthinkable: the removal of a 60’ cell tower that for eight years was located just west of Titan Stadium on the campus of San Marino High School. Read More

‘Golden Apple’ Award goes to Stephanie Duncan

Stephanie Duncan A lifelong motto of ‘children first’ and a belief that “equal opportunity in learning is the basic foundation for a child’s journey through education” has come full circle, and last week, long-time San Marino volunteer Stephanie Duncan received the Golden Apple Award at a ceremony sponsored by the Northwest San Gabriel Valley Administrators Association. Read More

‘College, ADHD & Me’ released by San Marino author Jeanne Kelley

'College, ADHD & Me' by San Marino author Jeanne Kelley, chronicles her son's struggle San Marino resident and author Jeanne Kelley recent- ly released ‘College, ADHD & Me,’ a book that describes the struggles of attending college with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. She originally started the book with her son Howie Randol III, who died a couple years ago, and it is now a legacy to him. Read More

San Marino High School graduate studies whales, robotics

Adela Wee Caution – part of this article contains subject matter some readers might deem offensive – if one is averse to whale sputum, that is. “Actually, it’s not really sputum,” says 2010 San Marino High School graduate and engineering whiz-kid Adela Wee as she explains her current project. “A more accurate term might be ‘exhaled breath condensate.’” Read More