Monthly Archives: May, 2020

School Board Restores 9 Teaching Spots

Encouraged by passionate pleas from community members and former students to rescue programs that have positively impacted their lives, the San Marino Unified School...

Foundation Initiates Incentive Program to Close Campaign  

The San Marino Schools Foundation has announced an incentive program to rehire the final four certificated employees who received layoff notices in March and...

SMHS Football Great Calling It a Career

For the first time since 2005, J.P. Shohfi is passing the time doing anything but preparing to play football. For it was then, as...

Teachers Give a Different ‘As-SIGN-ment’ to 2020 Grads

Recent stay-at-home orders related to COVID-19 are postponing and canceling long-standing and long-anticipated San Marino High School graduation activities. In recognition of the unanticipated impact...

Topalian Named New Principal at HMS

Daryl Topalian, who spent the past year as Huntington Middle School’s assistant principal, has been promoted to principal at the school, Superintendent Jeff Wilson...

City Offers Residents Rebates to Plant Trees on Property

The city is helping residents add a little more green to their properties, in an effort to preserve San Marino’s reputation for its ornate...

City Adapts as State, County Keep Doling Out Changes

Rumors of Lacy Park’s closure for Mother’s Day ended up being greatly exaggerated. After Los Angeles County officials announced conditional “relaxations” of its pandemic-related guidance...

Educator Sees Positives in Distance Learning

Though she certainly prefers the traditional style of classroom learning, Denise Wadsworth, one the San Marino Unified School District’s four speech-language pathologists, has found...

‘Slow Streets’ Modifications, Social Distancing Discussed By City Council

In the immediate future, the city will explore implementing what are called “slow streets” modifications in a variety of neighborhoods, which will be aimed...

Congressman Discusses Potential New Stimulus With Council

More federal funds addressing the economic impact of the coronavirus may be on the way, Congressman Adam Schiff said during the City Council’s virtual...
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