The third biennial Jack and Jill of America On the Hill Legislative Summit was a resounding success! Didi and Norma, Chaperones Advertisements Continue reading Group V Teens attend On the Hill Summit – Legislative Conference in Washington D.C. – See some hightlights!
The retreat was a huge success. We feel our objectives for the retreat was met. We must thank the parents that helped to make the trip a success: Beverly, Joyce, Didi, Deadra, Alycia, Norma, Bruce, and Michael. We were able … Continue reading Group V Retreat Zips Aims S’Mores
Congrats to Group 5 9th grader, Shelby Mumford as she places # 5 in Nation for her category in National French Contest! – (Le Grand Concours Exam conducted by American Association of French Teachers.) Shelby was also featured in Los Angeles Times for her participation in Art Gallery Management and Design Class. (Click the above photo to read the full article!) Continue reading G5 Shelby Mumford 5th in Nation in National French Contest
The Simmons track & field legacy continues……. He had a really good 1st season at Loyola. His angels are indeed smiling. http://www.bhcsports.org/news.html Pamela Simmons Continue reading G5 Myles Continues Track & Field Legacy at Loyola High School
Varsity Times Insider Times reporters blog about high school sports across the Southland « Previous Post | Varsity Times Insider Home | Next Post » Boys’ basketball: The rise of sophomore guard Kyle Leufroy February 6, 2013 | 10:30 pm There are lots of outstanding sophomore guards in Southern California, and one player who has distinguished himself is Kyle Leufroy of La Canada St. Francis. He has averaged 20 points a game in the second half of the Mission League. Among his efforts include 24 points against Loyola, 22 against Chaminade and 21 against Crespi. He’s going to be an … Continue reading G5 Kyle Leufroy Rising Basketball Star – L.A.Times.com
JackandJillCPKPasadenaFundraiserFlyer.pdf Continue reading PIZZA DAY! Help G5 Fundraise with your visit to CPK Pasadena on Tues 2/19 – 20% to Chapter with Flyer!
> > > > > > > > Sent from Pamela’s iPhone Continue reading G5 Teens Feeding & Serving at Union Station Homeless Services!
Newsflash from a proud mother of two! Archer School – Middle School Swim Championship: Kelsey WON! Medaled in 3 events! Her favorite stroke is the Butterfly. Archer School Father/Daughter Bowling Event: Shelby WON! 1st place trophy in the Upper School Division Bowling tournament! Didi Continue reading Strokes & Strikes for G3 & G5 Sisters!
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November: Chadd and Stefan’s Football team are in the CIF Second Round. Congrats Guys! Taylor and Julian are competing in the AWD oratorical competition. Good Luck! Anneliese is performing in her school’s dance recital where she is also the Dance Club Treasurer. Aaron is a host and guide at LaSalle’s open house. Simone and Matt are helping to facilitate the Color Conference at Poly. This is a initiative regarding diversity and inclusion. Well done. Continue reading Our Teens are Doing Great Things
As many of you may know, 15 of our Grp V teens have spent the last few days at the Far West Region Teen Conference with more than 400 teens from other chapters. While at teen cnf, they compete in several categories, including TShirt, Scrapbook and Skit. Well just hours ago the winners were announced …..and for the first time in almost 25 years PASADENA won 1st place in the skit competition!! Yippee!!!! This year they added a talent contest. Who other than our own Cameron Clayton PASADENA won the vocal contest!!!! Congrats to our teens who all worked so … Continue reading Pasadena Teens Earn Skit Trophy First Time in 25yrs!
“All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence.” MLK J&J Teens and Pre-Teens team up at the Boys & Girls Club, and literally began cleaning up the neighborhood streets of Pasadena armed with brooms, garbage cans, and gloves. Martin Luther King would have been proud! About the MLK Day of Service: After a long struggle, legislation was signed in 1983 creating a federal holiday marking the birthday of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The federal holiday was first observed in 1986, making 2011 the 25th anniversary of the King federal holiday. … Continue reading Teens Takin’ it to the Streets on MLK Day of Service