Students at Pinetree Community School donated 1,333 food items and 26 nonfood items to Help the Children Santa Clarita during a food drive organized by the school's student council earlier this month.
Nearly 60 students at Peachland Elementary School participated in the annual PTA-sponsored Reflections Program.
Expansive bubbles were blown, objects were flung through the air with wild abandon, tables were cluttered with all manner and colors of goop and substances - and it was all done in the name of science, under the watchful eyes of school officials.
The Oak Hills Elementary Rock-n-Jog was more than just a fundraiser as the event served as a lesson in team building, health, fitness and music.
We did a lot of events during Red Ribbon Week. First, on Monday we had the whole school wear red T-shirts to represent Live Oak's pledge to remain drug free. We enjoyed an awesome BMX show to kick-off Red Ribbon Week. The team's name was "Team Soil." On Tuesday, we wore sweatshirts and/or sweat pants - the motto for the day was "Drug Free is no Sweat." On Wednesday, everyone had to wear their clothes ...
On Oct. 29, members of the Santa Clarita Elks Lodge No. 2379 visited third-grade students at Pinetree Community School.
Placerita Junior High School eighth-grader Alex Guerrero knows what it takes to take charge of saving a life.
Students at Live Oak Elementary School got a chance to discover the artist within when the school held its first Kids Art Fair.
The bell rings at 2:10 p.m. and the students start filing into room 617. They talk amongst themselves, excited to help out in the community and hang out with the coolest teachers, Ms. Stauch and Mrs. Skoczylas.
Arroyo Seco Junior High School students got a visit from the school's new Conquistador mascot to help build school spirit. "Seco Sam" also took time to pose with students for photos.
On Sept. 16 to 18, Rancho Pico Junior High School ASB and Peer Mediation went to Pali Mountain near Lake Arrowhead.
Oak Hills Elementary School parents, teachers and students gathered Sept. 14 for a live concert as part of the second annual Oak Hills Elementary Jog-a-Thon.
Students at Valencia Valley Elementary School began the school year on a health kick with their Physical Education Release program.
On Sept. 10, Rancho Pico Junior High School held a ceremony that deserves great honor - recognition that we are a California Distinguished School!
Canyon Vista students David Peraza and Nicholas Encinas sign a "Message for Peace" poster during Canyon Vista's celebration of International Peace Day on Sept. 21.