By Renata Robins and Lisa Robins Coeur d’Alene Elementary School is proud to present its Campus Greening Project, Butterflies and Boulders! The goal of our project is to transform our public school into an […]
Venice High Students Push For Memorial For Japanese
For the past several years, the Beachhead has been advocating a memorial marker or other remembrance at the corner of Venice Blvd. and Lincoln Blvd. where local Japanese families were gathered together […]
More Letters From Students In Support of Memorial Marker at Venice and Lincoln Blvds.
Hello, my name is Wendy Santiago, and I am sixteen years old. I go to Venice High School, where I’m in the 11th grade. I’m in the New Media Academy, and I’m […]
Students walk out in support of teachers
By Lydia Poncé Two hundred Venice High School students walked out of their classes in support of teachers and quality education, May 15, even as the campus sprinklers were being turned on […]
Growing Up in Oakwood
By Lisa Marguerite Mora Winding down from an afternoon of errands, I make a right onto Electric and drive parallel to Abbot Kinney and Main Street. This was my old neighborhood when […]
Venice High School Pool Closure?
By Lydia Poncé WTF – Where’s The Funding? The Venice pool closed September 29. A well attended meeting was held at Venice High’s Auditorium on Nov. 12 at the same time as […]
September 2008 – Venice Junior Lifeguards Are New Champs
By Lydia Poncé While Michael Phelps was winning his gold medals in Beijing- the Venice Junior Lifeguards WON the City of Los Angeles Championship, Sunday, August 10th at John C. Argue Stadium […]
May 2008 – Venice High Students Rally For Immigrant Rights
About 400 Venice High School students staged a rally on May Day in support of immigrant rights. The students left their classes but did not leave the campus. Nervous police and school […]
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