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August 3, 1995 | ROB FERNAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With the demolition of the old auditorium, St. Genevieve High officially broke ground Sunday on the construction of a gymnasium, something the Catholic school has done without since it opened in 1959. But some parents and former St. Genevieve employees say it will take more than a bulldozer to dismantle the wall of bureaucracy that has surrounded the campus in recent years.
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December 3, 2001 | MASSIE RITSCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An austere, 5th century saint, Genevieve is credited with protecting Paris from invasions and disasters. But in Panorama City she nearly sacrificed the high school that bears her name. Four years ago, enrollment at St. Genevieve High School in the central San Fernando Valley had tumbled to 300 students--800 off its peak. The classrooms were relics from the 1950s. The trophy case had seen few additions since the early 1980s. Coaches and teachers fled to escape St.
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November 1, 1995 | PETER YOON
St. Genevieve High named Darius Floyd boys' basketball coach Tuesday, athletic director John Yakel said. Floyd, a varsity assistant coach at Burbank High for the past three seasons, replaces Dan Donovan, who quit the job in early October to become a men's assistant at Valley College. Floyd was an assistant at El Camino Real High from 1986-1991. Floyd, who grew up in New Jersey, graduated from Moorpark College, where he played football and ran track.
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August 18, 2000 | KARIMA A. HAYNES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A shy smile crept across Debbie Martinez's face as she read letters written to her by upperclassmen at St. Genevieve's High School. The ninth-grader received the personal notes during a Thursday morning assembly intended to ease first-day-of-school jitters among freshmen at the Roman Catholic school on Roscoe Boulevard.
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October 11, 1995 | PETER YOON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The athletic department at St. Genevieve High, which recently replaced its baseball and football coaches, now has a new dilemma: whether to keep on staff a popular coach who has been indicted on six felony counts. Three-sport varsity coach Raymond L. Doyle, a former Los Angeles police detective, has been charged with forging the names of two judges on four search warrants and filling out two bogus reports based on those warrants.
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August 18, 2000 | KARIMA A. HAYNES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A shy smile crept across Debbie Martinez's face as she read letters written to her by upperclassmen at St. Genevieve's High School. The ninth-grader received the personal notes during a Thursday morning assembly intended to ease first-day-of-school jitters among freshmen at the Roman Catholic school on Roscoe Boulevard.
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December 3, 2001 | MASSIE RITSCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An austere, 5th century saint, Genevieve is credited with protecting Paris from invasions and disasters. But in Panorama City she nearly sacrificed the high school that bears her name. Four years ago, enrollment at St. Genevieve High School in the central San Fernando Valley had tumbled to 300 students--800 off its peak. The classrooms were relics from the 1950s. The trophy case had seen few additions since the early 1980s. Coaches and teachers fled to escape St.
SPORTS
November 1, 1995 | PETER YOON
St. Genevieve High named Darius Floyd boys' basketball coach Tuesday, athletic director John Yakel said. Floyd, a varsity assistant coach at Burbank High for the past three seasons, replaces Dan Donovan, who quit the job in early October to become a men's assistant at Valley College. Floyd was an assistant at El Camino Real High from 1986-1991. Floyd, who grew up in New Jersey, graduated from Moorpark College, where he played football and ran track.
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October 11, 1995 | PETER YOON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The athletic department at St. Genevieve High, which recently replaced its baseball and football coaches, now has a new dilemma: whether to keep on staff a popular coach who has been indicted on six felony counts. Three-sport varsity coach Raymond L. Doyle, a former Los Angeles police detective, has been charged with forging the names of two judges on four search warrants and filling out two bogus reports based on those warrants.
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August 3, 1995 | ROB FERNAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With the demolition of the old auditorium, St. Genevieve High officially broke ground Sunday on the construction of a gymnasium, something the Catholic school has done without since it opened in 1959. But some parents and former St. Genevieve employees say it will take more than a bulldozer to dismantle the wall of bureaucracy that has surrounded the campus in recent years.
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