Among the participants: the band and flag team from Rosemont Middle
School; the band, cheerleaders, drill team and Charismatics from
Crescenta Valley High School; the drill team from Mark Keppel Elementary
School; the drill team from Toll Middle School; the songleaders,
cheerleaders and flag team from Hoover High School; the band and drill
team from Roosevelt Middle School; the band, drill team and auxiliary
cheerleaders from Wilson Middle School; and the band, color guard and
drill team from Glendale High School. The fun starts at 6:30 p.m.
Congratulations to Glenoaks, R.D. White and Verdugo Woodlands
elementary schools, which are among the Glendale schools tapped to apply
for the prestigious California Distinguished School designation.
Administrators, teachers and parents at all the school sites are hard at
work writing the various components that make up the formal application
packet, due on Dec. 17. The winners will be announced next spring.
Here's a look at what's happening at Glendale cluster schools
reporting in this week:
Glenoaks -- The school's foundation recently voted to help fund the
purchase of 32 iBook laptop computers for use by upper grade students,
according to Judy Rogers, PTA president. The new computers will have
wireless Internet capability, server port access and will complement the
existing 20-station computer lab now being used by students in the
The Sharing Angel coin drive also gets underway this month with
proceeds to benefit struggling Glenoaks families.
Horace Mann -- Wednesday is a big day at Horace Mann. Sixth-graders in
Tracks A and B will take part in ceremonies at 1:30 p.m. in the auditorium at Roosevelt Middle School to mark their successful completion
of the DARE drug awareness and resistance program, sponsored by the
Glendale Police Department. Later in the day, the Horace Mann Chorus will
perform at 6:30 p.m. in the school cafeteria.
John Marshall -- The sounds of the holiday season will fill the air at
John Marshall on Monday when students in the school chorus perform their