October 15, 1987
U.S. District Judge Dickran Tevrizian has told the ABC Unified School District to allow the Parents Teachers Students Assn. to use the computer at Whitney High School to publish the association's newsletter. The district administration and the PTSA agreed to abide by the judge's suggestion that the association be allowed to use the school computer at least four hours a week to put out the newsletter and other needed business, said Jim Baca, attorney for the district.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 11, 1994
Like so many other people, I too was dismayed at the lack of publicity given to the 25th anniversary of Apollo II's landing on the moon. I was even more surprised at the lack of attention given to the students who were so involved with all the "space" festivities that week. The Times did not even realize that my school, Whitney High School of Cerritos, took first place in the National Space Design competition. Fifteen students worked for months to complete a design for a proposed 15,000-person orbiting space colony.
June 16, 1994 |
A new sheriff's substation and a gymnasium at Whitney High School are among the projects included in an $84.4-million city budget expected to be adopted at tonight's City Council meeting. The proposal for the fiscal year beginning July 1 contains $32.3 million for redevelopment projects, including the substation and gymnasium, and $3.8 million for capital improvements. The spending plan includes a $48.1-million operating budget, up 5.
April 23, 1987
Former Whitney High School boys basketball Coach Bruce Carlisle has been named coach at La Serna High School in Whittier. Carlisle, 33, was twice selected by The Times as its All-Southeast Coach of the Year. He led Whitney of Cerritos to back-to-back CIF Southern Section Small Schools Division titles. He replaces John Fien, who was fired from La Serna in March. Carlisle was offered the La Serna post two weeks ago, but asked for time to make the decision.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 21, 1990
Tiny Avalon Junior and Senior High School, which serves mostly low-income students on Santa Catalina Island, has received one of the state's top educational awards. The school, which has an enrollment of 175, was named a distinguished school by the state Department of Education for its academic improvement.
June 4, 1987 |
Petitions with more than 300 teachers' signatures were turned into the ABC Unified School District Board of Education on Tuesday, requesting that a fact-finding committee be formed to investigate concerns raised over Whitney High School, the district's college preparatory school.