Saugus Union School District
The Saugus Union School District will host kindergarten pre-registration for the 2009-2010 school year March 2 through March 13.
This is the fourth year of the CalArts and Arroyo Seco Jr. High School Theater Games and Improvisation Project where both schools are given the opportunity to learn from one another through theater games and improv techniques.
Students at Santa Clarita Christian School made Christmas special for classmate Josiah Jimenez who lost his home in the recent Sylmar Fire.
Canyon Country students from the Kumon Math and Reading Center recently donated more than 250 new and "gently used" books to El Dorado Elementary School and spent an afternoon reading to younger students.
There was a new presence at the mall on Sunday afternoon, and I'm not referring to Santa Claus.
Showing and jumping horses is both an extracurricular activity and an exciting hobby for five girls from Rancho Pico Junior High School.
Plum Canyon Elementary School hosted its annual PTA-sponsored Reflections Gala on Nov. 17, which showcased the artistic works of more than 85 students. Students submitted their works in one of six categories: literature, musical composition, photography, visual art, dance choreography and film production.
At Fair Oaks Ranch Community School, there's always a question of character.
Northlake Hills Elementary School set the national record for the most units of blood collected at a one-day elementary school blood drive. The school collected 163 units of blood from staff and parents between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Oct. 2 at the school's campus, topping the previous record of 151 units.
Santa Clarita Girl Scout Troop 7392 created a Red Ribbon Week banner raising awareness of drug, tobacco and alcohol abuse and showing how to be a good citizen.
The Trinity Classical Academy first-graders recently celebrated the conclusion of their studies about their various heritages with a Heritage Festival.
Local Rio Norte student Alison Jordan, 12, is collecting "fuzzy friends" to give to underprivileged children who otherwise might not get any presents for Christmas.
A trip to a Saugus recycling center with her mom last fall inspired a local elementary school student to take a picture that eventually won top honors in a national Parent-Teacher Association-sponsored photo competition.
When she saw a stack of clear plastic bags full of recyclable plastic water and soda bottles, "It was all different colors and looked like an explosion," said Santina Telio, then a third-grader in Ms. Robinson's class at Mountainview Elementary in Saugus.
Students on Legacy Christian Academy's Gold flag-football team achieved an impressive victory in the Santa Clarita Valley Private School League championship game.
When it comes to teaching kids about nature, parents can turn a park into a classroom, a park ranger into a teacher and hiking into homework.