Mountain Avenue Elementary parents and kids took time out of their Saturday to plant flowers and pull weeds, and dust some ash off trees, for the school’s Beautification Day. “I may not have a green thumb but I love to come and help,” said Amanda Bova’s mom Sarah. Amanda was busy with fellow first graders clearing weeds and moving rocks in the front of the school. Fifth-grader Joseph Martinez was busy raking along the school’s kindergarten walkway. “I just like helping my school,” he said. Second grade
On Sunday afternoon at 1:00 p.m. on a hot afternoon at Muir High School in Pasadena the La Canada Gladiators Jr. Gremlin-Cardinal Flag Football squad took on the always tough Panthers of Pasadena. The Gladiator team, consisting Caden Smith, Andrew Sharman, Jonah Cisneros, Brian Harley, Arthur Amorosi, Zachary Roh, Easton Caneva, Andrew Kim, Andrew Scarsi, Max Saucedo, Andrew Seace, Adam Griffin, Matthew Buntich, Marus Martin, Michael Lund, Ryan Gonzalez, Jordan McWhorter, and Bryson Reeves played hard and
La Cañada Gladiators Jr. Gremlin-Cardinal Flag Football Team vs. El Sereno Stallions Flag Football Team at La Cañada High School Field 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 25. On Saturday the La Cañada Gladiators Jr. Gremlin-Cardinal Flag football team faced off against the El Sereno Stallions. On the field were Cardinal Team players Caden Smith, Andrew Sharman, Jonah Cisneros, Brian Harley, Arthur Amorosi, Zachary Roh, Easton Caneva, Andrew Kim, Andrew Scarsi, Max Saucedo, Andrew Seace, Adam Griffin, Matthew Buntich
bout 70 students from the Crescenta Valley High School Instrumental Music Dept. took full advantage of spring break by flying to Orlando, Florida. Staying at a Disney World resort, they enjoyed a busy week of activity beginning with a visit to the Magic Kingdom where fireworks and animation lit up the Cinderella Castle at night. Then it was off to Universal Studios and Universal’s Islands of Adventure, which allowed the students to board the Hogwarts Express steam locomotive (just like in the movies) and c
Rosemont Graduates Class of 2017
Photos courtesy of Andrew KIM Snow White appears dead after eating the poisoned apple.
Troop 319 sent two crews to Philmont Scout Ranch in Cimarron, New Mexico from July 9-July 24. The troop participates in this high adventure trek every other summer. Scouts must be experienced backpackers to hike a grand total of 113 miles in 11 days. They carry their food and water and the essentials for survival in the back country of northern New Mexico. This year’s itinerary included black-powder rifle shooting, horseback riding, spar pole climbing, conservation work, burro packing and learning about the