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By Linda Gosney | May 17, 2008
Evidently the Glendale Unified School District Board of Education and senior district administrators could not find the time to walk with their teachers during Wednesday’s Day of the Teacher rally on Brand Boulevard to protest drastic budget cuts to state education (“Teachers rally for funding,” Thursday). A strong sense of disappointment permeated the crowd of teachers that their senior administrative leaders had “other meetings” to attend and could not, would not attend the Glendale Teachers Assn.
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NEWS
March 11, 2004
Glendale Unified School District will have a lottery Thursday to select students entering Clark Magnet High School. The selection begins at 9 a.m. in the district administrative offices, 223 N. Jackson St., Room 203. The lottery is open to the public. The lottery is necessary because the number of applicants to Clark has exceeded the number of spaces available. About 500 applications were submitted for 300 spaces. Each student's name drawn will be assigned a number and a waiting list will be established.
NEWS
December 5, 2000
Judy Seckler DOWNTOWN -- The Glendale Unified School District will be looking at its yearly Golden State Examinations report, which reveals greater student participation and improved scores over a five-year period. The first exams, given in 1987, offered only first-year algebra and geometry. Now, students can take exams in 12 subjects. The exams, given in the late spring, measure specific subject content, school board member Chuck Sambar said. The exam shows that a student learned what they were supposed to in an individual course.
NEWS
January 7, 2005
District showing proper respect for revered holiday In Christian tradition, Christmas is one of the most important days for the faithful to reflect on their faith and the mission of the Lord. Armenia adopted Christianity as its official state religion in 301, making it the first Christian nation in the world. At the time, Christmas was celebrated Jan. 6, but Christmas in Rome was celebrated on Dec. 25, which coincided with a major pagan feast. The Armenian Church was not influenced by the Roman Empire's decision, and to this day, Armenians all over the world continue to celebrate the birth of Christ on Jan. 6. This day marks both the birth of Christ and his baptism.
NEWS
By: | September 20, 2005
Here are some of the items the Glendale Unified School District board will discuss today: REVIEW OF GRADUATION Board members will discuss the district's process of how students demonstrate proficiency in technology, which is a requirement in the Glendale Unified School District. Students now can demonstrate this proficiency by either taking a course that is specified as a technology-embedded course or by passing a multiple-choice test administered by the school.
NEWS
November 17, 2000
Judy Seckler VERDUGO WOODLANDS ELEMENTARY -- Rebecca Anderson, dancer and master teacher from the Pilobolus Too Dance Theatre, had a busy week teaching her craft to students throughout the Glendale Unified School District. On Thursday, she visited with first-, second- and fifth-grade classes at Verdugo Woodlands Elementary School. Her demonstration was an introduction to dance and movement. Anderson's Connecticut-based company promotes dance as a creative art form that is "necessary in order to achieve an inner harmony needed by all mankind."
NEWS
December 18, 2000
A few local young people are ready to make Glendale a safer place to live. The group of about 20 people, ages 16 to 20, who graduated from the 13th annual academy of the Glendale Fire Department's Regional Occupation Program on Saturday will soon begin assisting with activities, such as public education and demonstrations. The graduates may also begin to prepare to become firefighters. The 11-week academy began in September and included several hours of instruction.
NEWS
November 9, 2002
The Glendale Unified School District will air a live call-in program next week completely in Korean. The "Issues in Education" show will air at 7 p.m. Tuesday on Charter Communications Channel 15. The show will focus on how schools are governed, enrollment and attendance policies, life on campus and parent involvement. The same topics have been addressed in two previously aired programs, one in Armenian and the second in Spanish. An English show will be broadcast Nov. 26. All four versions of the show will be repeated through December.
NEWS
May 17, 2002
Students from the Glendale Unified School District paid a visit to the Civic Center Thursday to learn about what the city's Public Works Department does on a daily basis. The department handles such issues as recycling and traffic management. Students went on tours of Public Works facilities and participated in educational games and activities. They also watched staff members perform demonstrations to help teach them about the department's functions. The event was held as part of a celebration of next week's National Public Works Week, started by the American Public Works Assn.
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