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March 17, 2001
Air Force 1st Lt. Jennifer E. Ranous, daughter of Patricia G. Ranous of La Crescenta and Richard A. Ranous of Long Beach, has arrived for duty at Kunsan Air Force Base, South Korea. She received her bachelor's degree in 1998 from Colorado State University, Fort Collins. Army Pvt. Chul H. Rhee, son of Ki H. Rhee of Glendale, has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Knox, Ky. He is a 1999 graduate of Herbert Hoover High School. Air Force Airman 1st Class Stefan C. Trujillo, son of Robert and Olivia Trujillo of Glendale, has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
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February 12, 2000
Jenna Bordelon LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE -- Jet Propulsion Laboratory will host the National Science Bowl from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. today. Teams of students from 23 schools, including Crescenta Valley High School in La Crescenta and Herbert Hoover High School in Glendale, will compete in a tournament of scientific knowledge. Each team will consist of four students and one alternate. The competition was started in 1991 by the U.S. Department of Energy.
FEATURES
December 26, 2006
IN THE CLASSROOM Auto shop at Herbert Hoover High School offers car mechanics sprinkled with English and math. See Page A2 WEATHER The morning will be partly cloudy, giving way to mostly cloudy throughout the day. Highs will reach near 70. The evening brings a slight chance of rain. Nighttime lows will dip near 50. SPORTS Following the conclusion of another cross-country season, the Glendale News-Press reveals its All-Area Boys' and Girls' Cross-Country teams.
NEWS
November 28, 2006
The Glendale News-Press visited Herbert Hoover High School and asked students being tutored after school : "How do you like the homework help program?" "It's good. It helps you. You actually learn and you actually get the work done too." MISAK ISRAELYAN, 16 Glendale "It's good because there's tutors around and they're your age so you can ask them questions." ALEX FAJARDO, 15 Glendale "The people are your age and they explain it to you in more detail because it's like one-on-one help."
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December 26, 2006
The Glendale News-Press visited Herbert Hoover High School and asked students in the auto mechanic class: "Why did you choose this course?" "I really wanted to get into cars and I'm hoping to get a car of my own, and if anything happens I don't have to pay someone, I can do it myself." HERBERT HERNANDEZ 16 Glendale "I'm going to start driving soon and I want to have the basic stuff so when I go to the mechanic they won't rip me off." CASSIDY DELZELL 17 Glendale "I love to write, period, and I want to be an editor of a car magazine, so I thought I should know a little bit of everything."
NEWS
By Rachel Kane | September 26, 2006
With a fig-fruit-colored apron protecting her clothes, Jamie Crockett cut her brown-skinned potato into julienne slices. As one of 35 students in the advanced-foods class at Herbert Hoover High School, Jamie, 15, of Glendale, will learn every way to chop, dice and slice ingredients throughout the school year. The students' culinary maestro, chef and foods teacher Dawn Roznowski, had the class concentrate on uniform cutting and the prevention of food oxidation on Monday. "You can never get enough practice with knife cuts," Roznowski said.
NEWS
May 10, 2000
While heading back to Hoover High School from our baseball game at Glendale High, I got this eerie feeling in my stomach. Maybe it was because of the police car I saw turn onto Glenwood. As we passed by the front of the Hoover, I observed uniformed officers and detectives conferring with each other next to a crime scene, which was cordoned off with yellow tape. That's when I realized the feeling in my stomach was that something awful had taken place.
NEWS
November 27, 1999
Claudia Peschiutta GLENDALE -- Cindy Paladines, a senior at Herbert Hoover High School, is more than just a homecoming queen. She is also the opinion editor of her school's newspaper, director of academics for the Associated Student Body and an internationally recognized writer. Paladines is among 13 teens from the U.S., Brazil and the Netherlands who have been published in an anthology titled, "Looking Inward: Visions of the 21st Century Family."
NEWS
July 25, 2002
WILLIAM WORTH 'BUD' KEMP William Worth "Bud" Kemp, a longtime Glendale resident, died July 21, 2002. Mr. Kemp was born Sept. 13, 1913, in Minneapolis. He graduated in 1933 from Herbert Hoover High School. Mr. Kemp spent his career at Beverly Dairies and retired as president in 1963. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Burbank. He is survived by his wife of 66 years, Dorothy; children, Carol, Bill and Doug; grandchildren, Aaron, Mimi, Josh, Ben; Bill, John, Allison and Michael; and four great-grandchildren.
NEWS
December 28, 1999
Claudia Peschiutta GLENDALE -- Seasonal employment available. Big smile required. When Herbert Hoover High School students come looking for a chance to make some extra money during the Christmas break, work experience teacher Joan Cunning doesn't ask for much. "There's only one criteria, that they have a big smile," she said. Over the past few years, hundreds of local high school students have found seasonal jobs at Universal Studios Hollywood, doing everything from selling tickets to maintaining stage sets.
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June 15, 2007
Herbert Hoover High School Katie Watson — $1,000 My name is Katherine Watson and I attend Hoover High School. This $1,000 Scholarship will go toward my tuition at California State University of Northridge. I aspire to become a Junior High history teacher with a Masters in both History and Education. I played soccer in Glendale for many years. Sue Jin Park — $1,000 My name is Sue Jin Park. I attend Hoover High School. I have been awarded $1,000, which will help me attend University of California, Berkeley as a business major.
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FEATURES
December 26, 2006
IN THE CLASSROOM Auto shop at Herbert Hoover High School offers car mechanics sprinkled with English and math. See Page A2 WEATHER The morning will be partly cloudy, giving way to mostly cloudy throughout the day. Highs will reach near 70. The evening brings a slight chance of rain. Nighttime lows will dip near 50. SPORTS Following the conclusion of another cross-country season, the Glendale News-Press reveals its All-Area Boys' and Girls' Cross-Country teams.
NEWS
December 26, 2006
The Glendale News-Press visited Herbert Hoover High School and asked students in the auto mechanic class: "Why did you choose this course?" "I really wanted to get into cars and I'm hoping to get a car of my own, and if anything happens I don't have to pay someone, I can do it myself." HERBERT HERNANDEZ 16 Glendale "I'm going to start driving soon and I want to have the basic stuff so when I go to the mechanic they won't rip me off." CASSIDY DELZELL 17 Glendale "I love to write, period, and I want to be an editor of a car magazine, so I thought I should know a little bit of everything."
NEWS
By Rachel Kane | November 28, 2006
The last bell rang and students trickled into room 401 to riddle out proofs and parallelograms. The 25 or so freshman, seniors and both grades in between huddled together in a study lab after school at Herbert Hoover High School. They groused about teachers and tests and socialized a bit before hitting the books. "Dude, there's so much to do," said Saira Khimani, 14, of Glendale. "Why is 'ad' congruent to 'bc'?" She was having a geometry study session on Monday with her classmate Nara Gasparian, 15, of Glendale.
NEWS
November 28, 2006
The Glendale News-Press visited Herbert Hoover High School and asked students being tutored after school : "How do you like the homework help program?" "It's good. It helps you. You actually learn and you actually get the work done too." MISAK ISRAELYAN, 16 Glendale "It's good because there's tutors around and they're your age so you can ask them questions." ALEX FAJARDO, 15 Glendale "The people are your age and they explain it to you in more detail because it's like one-on-one help."
NEWS
By Rachel Kane | September 26, 2006
With a fig-fruit-colored apron protecting her clothes, Jamie Crockett cut her brown-skinned potato into julienne slices. As one of 35 students in the advanced-foods class at Herbert Hoover High School, Jamie, 15, of Glendale, will learn every way to chop, dice and slice ingredients throughout the school year. The students' culinary maestro, chef and foods teacher Dawn Roznowski, had the class concentrate on uniform cutting and the prevention of food oxidation on Monday. "You can never get enough practice with knife cuts," Roznowski said.
NEWS
April 17, 2004
KATHERINE YAMADA Herbert C. Hoover had just been inaugurated as our 31st president when a new high school opened 75 years ago in west Glendale. Glendale was growing so rapidly that, in 1926, just two years after Glendale High School moved to its new campus, the school board purchased 20 acres on Glenwood Road to serve the northwest area. Three years and $1 million later, Glendale Union High School West was almost ready for students. Apparently no one liked the name, because in the spring of 1929, just before the school opened, it was renamed Hoover High School in honor of the new president, a Northern California resident.
NEWS
July 25, 2002
WILLIAM WORTH 'BUD' KEMP William Worth "Bud" Kemp, a longtime Glendale resident, died July 21, 2002. Mr. Kemp was born Sept. 13, 1913, in Minneapolis. He graduated in 1933 from Herbert Hoover High School. Mr. Kemp spent his career at Beverly Dairies and retired as president in 1963. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Burbank. He is survived by his wife of 66 years, Dorothy; children, Carol, Bill and Doug; grandchildren, Aaron, Mimi, Josh, Ben; Bill, John, Allison and Michael; and four great-grandchildren.
NEWS
March 17, 2001
Air Force 1st Lt. Jennifer E. Ranous, daughter of Patricia G. Ranous of La Crescenta and Richard A. Ranous of Long Beach, has arrived for duty at Kunsan Air Force Base, South Korea. She received her bachelor's degree in 1998 from Colorado State University, Fort Collins. Army Pvt. Chul H. Rhee, son of Ki H. Rhee of Glendale, has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Knox, Ky. He is a 1999 graduate of Herbert Hoover High School. Air Force Airman 1st Class Stefan C. Trujillo, son of Robert and Olivia Trujillo of Glendale, has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
NEWS
May 16, 2000
Steve Young Saturday would have been Raul Aguirre's 18th birthday. But instead of a celebration, white ribbons adorned the trees, signs and fences all about Herbert Hoover High School. Students and faculty wear white and blue ribbons in memory and respect for the 17-year-old Raul. White and blue were his favorite colors. It's been a week of mourning for the Glendale community and all those connected with the Glendale Unified School District. They've lost one of their own. Raul, a Hoover High senior, was stabbed and killed by alleged gang members May 5 in front of Hoover and Toll Middle schools.
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