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February 21, 1991
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has thrown out a lawsuit aimed at halting a March 5 election over the transfer of 71 homes from the Pasadena Unified School District to the San Marino Unified School District. Judge Ronald M. Sohigian refused to overturn a Sept. 14 decision by the state Board of Education authorizing the vote. Only one of more than 40 children in the unincorporated 22 acres attends Pasadena schools, according to the county Office of Education. The rest go to private schools.
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October 11, 1998 | MICHAEL LUO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At 8:50 a.m. every Saturday in San Marino, students rise on command in their classrooms and bow in unison to their teacher. "Lao shi hao!" they say together. "Greetings, teacher!" The students take their seats and listen to their weekly lesson on ethical values, then settle in for three hours of language drilling and memorization.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 9, 1989
About 125 San Marino High School students skipped their 1 p.m. class Wednesday to attend a rally supporting teachers' salary demands. But the crowd broke up peacefully 15 minutes later when the principal politely asked students to return to class. "I think we have bright kids and they understand there are two sides to issues," said Principal Don Banderas, as he watched the last stragglers file back into classrooms.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 11, 1997
More than four years after a couple's two grandchildren were picked up at San Marino Unified school campuses and taken to France by their father, a judge has dealt another blow to Diana and Milan Cheyovich by voiding a $1.4-million jury award against the school district over the boys' release. Pasadena Superior Court Judge Coleman A. Swart has ruled a new trial is needed in the case.
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March 16, 1989 | ELAINE WOO, Times Education Writer
Dade County Public Schools in Florida, the nation's fourth-largest school district, on Wednesday joined a growing list of school systems across the nation that have banished apples and related products from lunch menus because of fear of daminozide, a chemical used to treat some apple crops. It follows New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago and scores of smaller districts that have removed apples, apple juice and apple sauce from school cafeterias and vending machines.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 11, 1997
More than four years after a couple's two grandchildren were picked up at San Marino Unified school campuses and taken to France by their father, a judge has dealt another blow to Diana and Milan Cheyovich by voiding a $1.4-million jury award against the school district over the boys' release. Pasadena Superior Court Judge Coleman A. Swart has ruled a new trial is needed in the case.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 11, 1998 | MICHAEL LUO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At 8:50 a.m. every Saturday in San Marino, students rise on command in their classrooms and bow in unison to their teacher. "Lao shi hao!" they say together. "Greetings, teacher!" The students take their seats and listen to their weekly lesson on ethical values, then settle in for three hours of language drilling and memorization.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 21, 1991
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has thrown out a lawsuit aimed at halting a March 5 election over the transfer of 71 homes from the Pasadena Unified School District to the San Marino Unified School District. Judge Ronald M. Sohigian refused to overturn a Sept. 14 decision by the state Board of Education authorizing the vote. Only one of more than 40 children in the unincorporated 22 acres attends Pasadena schools, according to the county Office of Education. The rest go to private schools.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 9, 1989
About 125 San Marino High School students skipped their 1 p.m. class Wednesday to attend a rally supporting teachers' salary demands. But the crowd broke up peacefully 15 minutes later when the principal politely asked students to return to class. "I think we have bright kids and they understand there are two sides to issues," said Principal Don Banderas, as he watched the last stragglers file back into classrooms.
NEWS
March 16, 1989 | ELAINE WOO, Times Education Writer
Dade County Public Schools in Florida, the nation's fourth-largest school district, on Wednesday joined a growing list of school systems across the nation that have banished apples and related products from lunch menus because of fear of daminozide, a chemical used to treat some apple crops. It follows New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago and scores of smaller districts that have removed apples, apple juice and apple sauce from school cafeterias and vending machines.
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