Thursday, January 23, 2020

SPUSD Seeks Parent Input on Local Control Accountability Plan

South Pasadena Unified School District (SPUSD) is seeking input from parents/guardians in order to gather data about the impact programs and services are having on students. With specific emphasis on eight state-developed priorities, the...

Progress Made on SPHS Athletic Facilities | Eyeing Deadline by August

Progress continues on a major construction effort to improve the athletic facilities at South Pasadena High School. The demolition of the interior of the main gymnasium is nearly complete and restoration work will soon follow....

SPPD: Top Stolen Vehicles 2019 | Last Year’s Most Targeted Autos

Between 2016-2018, the City of South Pasadena saw an increase in stolen vehicles, but in 2019 there was a 32% decrease in stolen vehicles (59 vehicles were stolen in 2018 and 40 vehicles were...

Restoration Concert Series | Susan Greenberg String Trio with Flute and Harp FEB 2

The Restoration Concert series continues next month, bringing world-class music to an intimate venue. The next concert will feature musicians Susan Greenberg - flute, Cristina Montes Mateo - harp, Virginie d’Avezac - viola, Juliette Herlin...

South Pasadena Represents at Women’s March | Residents Join Over 300,000 in LA

One youngster held a sign declaring: “Girls R Gonna Save the World!” Another read: “The Future is Female,” while a third insisted: “She Persisted.” An estimated crowd of 300,000, including many from South Pasadena, filled the...

SPHS Sports Update: Jan 21-25 | Tigers Host San Marino This Week

Another big test is ahead of South Pasadena High’s boys’ basketball team as the Tigers host San Marino January 22 in a key Rio Hondo League matchup. South Pasadena dropped a 53-43 contest to Temple...

Girl Scout Cookie Season | New Year, New Flavors

This article was written by Meryl Timmerman, Cadette Scout, Troop 3141, South Pasadena  It’s that time of year again! Girl Scouts across South Pasadena are getting ready for the big cookie season! The cookie sales begin...

Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy | Celebrating the Life of a Civil Rights Icon

Martin Luther King Jr. became the most visible spokesperson and leader in the civil rights movement from 1954 until his death in 1968. His birthday will be celebrated on Monday, January 20. As part of Wednesday’s...

Snow Day in South Pasadena | Families Enjoy Frosty Fun at Garfield Park

Not a trace of snow fell in South Pasadena on Saturday, but don’t tell the dozens of kids who frolicked in the white stuff at Garfield Park. Some tossed snowballs, others rolled around in it...

Burglars Take Aim of Homes Under Construction

South Pasadena Police Department officials say several homes were burglarized while under construction/remodel last year in the city. “It is estimated that over $1 billion worth of construction tools and materials are stolen from construction...