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New Melrose principal a good fit

New Melrose principal a good fit

There’s a new principal in town at Melrose Avenue Elementary School, and she is extremely pleased to be in her new position at the school, which is “absolutely” a good fit for the 30-year educator. Stephanie Harris started at Melrose Elementary at the beginning of the school year after serving as principal at 54th Street [...] [...more]

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‘Go Miss Miyaji! Go Miss Miyaji!’

‘Go Miss Miyaji! Go Miss Miyaji!’

Considering the “Vote Miss Miyaji” posters lining the walls at Melrose Avenue Elementary School, it may appear that the second-grade teacher is running for a district school board seat. Although she is not campaigning for any elected office, the 17-year educator is a finalist in the Great American Teach-Off, presented by GOOD and the University [...] [...more]

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Students are rock stars on the Sunset Strip

Students are rock stars on the Sunset Strip

For the second consecutive year, youngsters will be invading the area’s best music venues to showcase their musical talents during Winter Rock Fest 2013, a series of performances facilitated by RockSTAR Music Education. Students in the afterschool program from all over Los Angeles will be performing at the Whisky A Go-Go, The Roxy and The [...] [...more]

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Students say iCan with iPads

Students say iCan with iPads

If only Steve Jobs could see Melrose Avenue Elementary School now. The elementary school is applying for its third year as an Apple Distinguished School, a designation given after schools purchase Apple equipment and apply for the status. In exchange, the school receives free teacher training from Apple and the ability to network with other [...] [...more]

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Volunteers Place Community Center Stage

Volunteers Place Community Center Stage

Front and center stage, approximately 700 volunteers from Paramount Pictures flocked to several sites in Hollywood on Friday, performing bit parts to assist various community organizations. With so many volunteers, the company called for action at 10 different locations, including the Los Angeles Zoo, Project Angel Food, the Frances Blend Special Education Center and Melrose [...] [...more]

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