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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 29, 1992
Three San Fernando Valley high school students--two from North Hollywood and one from Crespi--won a regional competition Saturday in the San Fernando Valley/Ventura County Citizen Bee contest. Chris Hager, a senior at Crespi Carmelite High School in Encino, won first place and $500, while North Hollywood High School juniors Andrei H. Cerny and Eric S. Hong, took second and third places, respectively, winning $300 and $200 in the competition.
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SPORTS
January 20, 2000 | PAIGE A. LEECH
There is nothing new or novel about players transferring schools for athletic reasons. It seems to happen on a monthly basis. But that never stops the finger-pointing and allegations that accompany such cases, including the recent transfer of four baseball players to San Fernando High. Manny Flores, Abraham Gonzalez, Jesse Alvarez and Victor Martinez have been playing baseball together since they were 7 years old.
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SPORTS
January 20, 2000 | PAIGE A. LEECH
There is nothing new or novel about players transferring schools for athletic reasons. It seems to happen on a monthly basis. But that never stops the finger-pointing and allegations that accompany such cases, including the recent transfer of four baseball players to San Fernando High. Manny Flores, Abraham Gonzalez, Jesse Alvarez and Victor Martinez have been playing baseball together since they were 7 years old.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 22, 1999 | MARTHA L. WILLMAN and KRISTINA SAUERWEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A 17-year-old student was shot and seriously wounded at San Fernando High School on Thursday, capping a violent afternoon in the Valley that began with a lunchtime ethnic disturbance at Grant High School in Valley Glen. The senior at San Fernando High was shot about 2:40 p.m. just outside the school's child-care center, authorities said. The teen was taken by ambulance to Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in Mission Hills, where a hospital spokeswoman said he was in serious condition.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 22, 1999 | MARTHA L. WILLMAN and KRISTINA SAUERWEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A 17-year-old student was shot and seriously wounded at San Fernando High School on Thursday, capping a violent afternoon in the Valley that began with a lunchtime ethnic disturbance at Grant High School in Valley Glen. The senior at San Fernando High was shot about 2:40 p.m. just outside the school's child-care center, authorities said. The teen was taken by ambulance to Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in Mission Hills, where a hospital spokeswoman said he was in serious condition.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 28, 1995 | TIM MAY
The bleachers inside San Fernando High School were packed with about 200 people. As shouts and murmurs subsided, all eyes focused and ears tuned to the person standing at a microphone in the center of the basketball court. Naomi Ramirez, 20, of Panorama City waited there calmly, her hands clasped, her left shoe lodged in the eye of the school's painted tiger logo. "EEEgypt-shun," said the word caller, in an exaggerated pronunciation of the word that Ramirez was being asked to spell.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 29, 1995
Hoping to stem the number of teen-agers who drop out of school to raise their children, the Los Angeles Unified School District will open the San Fernando Valley's second child care center for high school students in North Hills early next year. Scheduled to open Jan. 2, the facility at James Monroe High School will become one of only a handful on a district high school campus.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 21, 1996
Somebody stole the year from San Fernando High School. Due in just 12 days to the publisher, the computer discs storing text for the 1995-96 San Fernando High School yearbook were stolen last weekend, sending the young staff into a frenzy to recreate about half of the 300-page opus by deadline.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 23, 1996
After she plied him with three or four screwdrivers, a 17-year-old high school football player testified, 51-year-old Salle Dumm stripped, lured him into her bedroom, and grabbed him, saying, "Do this for your team." The actions of Dumm, a fund-raiser for Burbank High School charged with seducing the youth, were described publicly by the boy for the first time Thursday.
NEWS
February 23, 1993 | JOHN M. GLIONNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dimitri Vadetsky waved a meaty, muscular hand toward the tree-shaded campus at Reseda High School and spoke sternly--a tone befitting his job as assistant principal: "I defy you to find . . . one hair out of place. We're so proud of this school. That's why this shooting doesn't make sense. It just doesn't." The 59-year-old Vadetsky is a symbol of this San Fernando Valley high school. He's proud to a fault.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 21, 1996
Somebody stole the year from San Fernando High School. Due in just 12 days to the publisher, the computer discs storing text for the 1995-96 San Fernando High School yearbook were stolen last weekend, sending the young staff into a frenzy to recreate about half of the 300-page opus by deadline.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 23, 1996
After she plied him with three or four screwdrivers, a 17-year-old high school football player testified, 51-year-old Salle Dumm stripped, lured him into her bedroom, and grabbed him, saying, "Do this for your team." The actions of Dumm, a fund-raiser for Burbank High School charged with seducing the youth, were described publicly by the boy for the first time Thursday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 29, 1995
Hoping to stem the number of teen-agers who drop out of school to raise their children, the Los Angeles Unified School District will open the San Fernando Valley's second child care center for high school students in North Hills early next year. Scheduled to open Jan. 2, the facility at James Monroe High School will become one of only a handful on a district high school campus.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 28, 1995 | TIM MAY
The bleachers inside San Fernando High School were packed with about 200 people. As shouts and murmurs subsided, all eyes focused and ears tuned to the person standing at a microphone in the center of the basketball court. Naomi Ramirez, 20, of Panorama City waited there calmly, her hands clasped, her left shoe lodged in the eye of the school's painted tiger logo. "EEEgypt-shun," said the word caller, in an exaggerated pronunciation of the word that Ramirez was being asked to spell.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 29, 1992
Three San Fernando Valley high school students--two from North Hollywood and one from Crespi--won a regional competition Saturday in the San Fernando Valley/Ventura County Citizen Bee contest. Chris Hager, a senior at Crespi Carmelite High School in Encino, won first place and $500, while North Hollywood High School juniors Andrei H. Cerny and Eric S. Hong, took second and third places, respectively, winning $300 and $200 in the competition.
NEWS
June 5, 1998
When the City 4-A baseball final is played June 11 at Dodger Stadium, a San Fernando Valley high school will emerge as champion for the 25th time in 26 years. Ryan Gunches, above, was the winning pitcher as defending champion El Camino Real advanced to its fourth title game in six years.
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