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March 6, 1998
Seeking to allay parents' concerns, the Altadena Town Council has asked Pasadena school officials for more details about how campus computers were used to access pornographic Internet sites. The council voted unanimously late Wednesday to ask the Pasadena Unified School District, which also serves Altadena and Sierra Madre, to answer questions about who may have accessed the sites and what is being done to identify and punish the individuals.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 6, 1998
Seeking to allay parents' concerns, the Altadena Town Council has asked Pasadena school officials for more details about how campus computers were used to access pornographic Internet sites. The council voted unanimously late Wednesday to ask the Pasadena Unified School District, which also serves Altadena and Sierra Madre, to answer questions about who may have accessed the sites and what is being done to identify and punish the individuals.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 18, 1997
The Altadena Town Council has voted against a Head Start school's attempt to expand its facilities and quadruple class size in the wake of complaints from residents in the surrounding historic neighborhood. Under the proposal, the former Escalon School in the 500 block of East Mendocino Street, would expand from about 125 students to 400 and include parking for increased staff.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 18, 1997
The Altadena Town Council has voted against a Head Start school's attempt to expand its facilities and quadruple class size in the wake of complaints from residents in the surrounding historic neighborhood. Under the proposal, the former Escalon School in the 500 block of East Mendocino Street, would expand from about 125 students to 400 and include parking for increased staff.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 28, 1990
Children playing with matches sparked a small fire in an Altadena kindergarten classroom Tuesday, forcing a brief evacuation of the elementary school and causing some damage but no injuries, authorities said. A teacher noticed the fire about 8:45 a.m. in some wooden lockers at the rear of the classroom at Benjamin Franklin School at 527 W. Ventura St., County Fire Capt. Greg Lee said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 28, 1990
Children playing with matches sparked a small fire in an Altadena kindergarten classroom Tuesday, forcing a brief evacuation of the elementary school and causing some damage but no injuries, authorities said. A teacher noticed the fire about 8:45 a.m. in some wooden lockers at the rear of the classroom at Benjamin Franklin School at 527 W. Ventura St., County Fire Capt. Greg Lee said.
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