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February 1, 1996
NEW HOME: The San Gabriel Unified School District is graduating to a new building. The district office is negotiating with the Borden Co. to buy the 79,500-square-foot building when the dairy company's subsidiary moves to Canada in May, Assistant Supt. Joseph Crawford said. The move will give the cramped district more space and allow the whole operation to work under one roof.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 1, 1996
NEW HOME: The San Gabriel Unified School District is graduating to a new building. The district office is negotiating with the Borden Co. to buy the 79,500-square-foot building when the dairy company's subsidiary moves to Canada in May, Assistant Supt. Joseph Crawford said. The move will give the cramped district more space and allow the whole operation to work under one roof.
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NEWS
March 31, 1994 | DEBORAH SULLIVAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Only days before San Gabriel residents will vote on a $29.9-million bond measure to build a high school, a Superior Court judge has cast doubt over the fate of the school and its district. The ruling last week by Los Angeles Judge Diane Wayne has both Alhambra and San Gabriel school officials claiming victory in a lawsuit contesting the validity of San Gabriel's 1992 unification election. The election created San Gabriel Unified School District from what was formerly an elementary district.
NEWS
March 31, 1994 | DEBORAH SULLIVAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Only days before San Gabriel residents will vote on a $29.9-million bond measure to build a high school, a Superior Court judge has cast doubt over the fate of the school and its district. The ruling last week by Los Angeles Judge Diane Wayne has both Alhambra and San Gabriel school officials claiming victory in a lawsuit contesting the validity of San Gabriel's 1992 unification election. The election created San Gabriel Unified School District from what was formerly an elementary district.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 23, 1994
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge Tuesday tentatively ruled invalid a 1992 vote approving the creation of the San Gabriel Unified School District. Judge Diane L. Wayne tentatively ruled Tuesday that voters in the Alhambra High School District who live in the city of Alhambra should have been allowed to vote along with residents in the city of San Gabriel in the April, 1992, election that pulled San Gabriel out of the district.
NEWS
March 24, 1994 | RICHARD WINTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The 1992 election that created the San Gabriel Unified School District was ruled invalid this week, leaving the fledgling district's future in doubt. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Diane L. Wayne tentatively ruled Tuesday that the state Board of Education should have allowed Alhambra voters to participate in the election that resulted in the secession of San Gabriel from the Alhambra City And High School District.
NEWS
December 17, 1992 | DENISE HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Scores on achievement tests are declining in most San Gabriel Valley School districts, mirroring a trend statewide, according to results released this week. On a scale ranging roughly between 100 and 400, last spring's eighth-graders earned a statewide average score of 259 on the California Assessment Program tests--four points lower than the mark earned by eighth-graders two years ago, when the tests were last administered.
NEWS
October 29, 1992
The City Council voted 4 to 0 in favor of contracting with the San Gabriel Unified School District's Food Services Department to provide meals and snacks to the city's Mini Center preschool program. Councilman Albert Perez was absent. The agreement will furnish the center's 123 preschool students with lunches and snacks. The services can be provided at no charge to low-income families. Others will be charged based on ability to pay.
SPORTS
October 7, 2002 | Ben Bolch
Andrew Castillo, a senior fullback at San Gabriel Gabrielino High, remained in a coma Sunday night after suffering a head injury Friday night against Burbank. Castillo was in critical condition at Providence Holy Cross Hospital in Mission Hills after surgery Sunday to remove a blood clot on the left side of his brain, said Gary Goodson, superintendent of the San Gabriel Unified School District. A similar surgery was performed Friday after Castillo was admitted to the hospital.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 29, 2005 | Wendy Thermos, Times Staff Writer
Homicide detectives arrested a 23-year-old Rosemead man Thursday on suspicion of murder in the death of a high school student gunned down a block from his San Gabriel campus. Authorities did not cite a possible motive for Wednesday's killing. But at least one witness said there was a loud street quarrel between the victim, 17-year-old Ryan Dasalla, and the occupants of a van who drove up to him moments before the 2 p.m.
NEWS
March 24, 1994 | RICHARD WINTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The 1992 election that created the San Gabriel Unified School District was ruled invalid this week, leaving the fledgling district's future in doubt. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Diane L. Wayne tentatively ruled Tuesday that the state Board of Education should have allowed Alhambra voters to participate in the election that resulted in the secession of San Gabriel from the Alhambra City And High School District.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 23, 1994
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge Tuesday tentatively ruled invalid a 1992 vote approving the creation of the San Gabriel Unified School District. Judge Diane L. Wayne tentatively ruled Tuesday that voters in the Alhambra High School District who live in the city of Alhambra should have been allowed to vote along with residents in the city of San Gabriel in the April, 1992, election that pulled San Gabriel out of the district.
NEWS
December 17, 1992 | DENISE HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Scores on achievement tests are declining in most San Gabriel Valley School districts, mirroring a trend statewide, according to results released this week. On a scale ranging roughly between 100 and 400, last spring's eighth-graders earned a statewide average score of 259 on the California Assessment Program tests--four points lower than the mark earned by eighth-graders two years ago, when the tests were last administered.
NEWS
July 8, 1993
Bad news for President Clinton. The San Gabriel Unified School District will not consider naming its first high school after him. A majority of more than 60 students and local residents who responded to a district request for high school names suggested Clinton's. But a district committee decided it is too soon to use the name of the five-month president. Three names will be chosen for a ballot that will appear in the district newsletter later this year.
NEWS
May 5, 1994
As a 29-year subscriber to the Los Angeles Times, I was appalled and disappointed to read in the San Gabriel Valley section your headline stating "Election Creating School District Is Invalidated" (March 24). Your headline is especially offensive in that it creates a grossly inaccurate impression that some sort of final conclusion, adverse to San Gabriel Unified School District (SGUSD), has been reached. Unfortunately, many people only scan headlines--the juicier the better--without reading the article's contents.
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