The Mt. San Antonio College Repertory Dance Company will perform a variety of dance styles at its Annual Fall Repertory Dance Concert on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 24 – 26, at the college’s Sophia Clarke Theater. Performance times are 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday with a special 5 p.m. performance on Sunday, Oct. 26.
The dance company is Mt. SAC’s elite group of student performers who showcase the talent of this award-winning dance department. The troupe performs thought-provoking modern works and entertaining musical theater pieces along with ballet, jazz, hip-hop, and contemporary dance. Faculty and guest choreographers are highly acclaimed professionals with credits that include major dance companies, film, and television.
Tickets are $12 for general admission, and $9 for seniors, students and children under 12.
For tickets, call the Mt. SAC Performing Arts Box Office at (909) 468-4050.
Third-graders at Wedgeworth Elementary School in Hacienda Heights will present a play “Say No to Drugs” today at 1:30 p.m. in the multipurpose room.
California Elementary in La Puente will hold a Red Ribbon Assembly on the West Campus today at 1 p.m.
Students at Del Valle Elementary will join a Red Day Rally at 1:45 p.m.
Sparks Middle School holds an awards medal ceremony for the seventh grade at 1 p.m. in the cafeteria.
A Fall Festival will be celebrated at Baldwin Academy from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
La Puente High School will hold a big Homecoming and Renaissance Rally at 8:50 a.m. on Friday in the gym. Red Ribbon Week will also be introduced.
Meanwhile, Mesa Robles Middle School in Hacienda Heights will hold a Red Ribbon Assembly at 8:45 a.m. and 9:40 a.m.
Workman Elementary’s Red Ribbon event will be held in the school cafeteria at 9 a.m. and 9:30 a.m.
Temple Academy will host a Parent Ed. Workshop on ”Standard Base Instruction” in the cafeteria at 8:15 a.m.
Students from Mt. San Antonio College’s Business Club will sponsor an “Economic Summit on the Financial Crisis,” featuring a panel of distinguished guest speakers, on Friday, Oct. 24, 1 to 3 p.m., at Mt. SAC’s Founder’s Hall. This event is free and open to the public.
A panel of guest speakers from education and business will discuss the present financial crisis, its background, and its implications in the long run. Speakers for the summit will include Dr. Rasool Masoomian, economics professor at Mt. SAC; Dr. Bryan Taylor, president of Global Financial Data; Thomas Nicholas, Alliance Sales Director for Accenture; and Dr. Lisa Grobar, economics professor at Cal State Long Beach.
For more information, call Dr. Amrik Singh Dua at (909) 594-5611, ext. 4612.
Red Ribbon week continues in the Hacienda La Puente Unified School district with an assembly at Los Altos Elementary on Wednesday.
The Red Ribbon event will be held in the school cafeteria at 9 a.m. in Hacienda Heights
In other district news, Baldwin Academy will hold a First Grade Family Math Night at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
Meanwhile the Cedarlane Middle School football team plays rival Sierra Vista Middle School at 3 p.m. on its home field.
Sparks Middle School – Awards Medal Ceremony, Grades 8, Expo Center, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Question: Do you think it’s important for high school students to be involved in the election process even if they can’t vote yet?
Join the discussion. Post a comment with your answer to this week’s question.
Taylor Moncrief, 15, Diamond Bar High School
I think it’s very important for high school kids to watch the debates, ask questions about the issues and to s<MD>tudy how our elections actually work. Most teenagers just go along with the political leanings of their parents, but we’re at an age when we need to start making our own decisions and those decisions should be based on facts.
Nicholas Kuche, 16, Covina High School
I believe that it is very important for students to participate in the election process even if they can’t vote yet. If schools could hold fake elections, it will give the school and the community a view on what the high school population thinks about the candidates.
Katie Montemayor, 17, Glendora High
I do believe that high school students need to participate in the election process because at some point all high school students will be voters. To get the early experience with the election process will help students to know how to make informed decisions later in their lives.
Kasey Haas, 16, Glendora High School
Yes, I think it is important for students my age to participate in the election process because whoever becomes president will make decisions that affect everybody, including high school students. Also, by the next election most high school students will be eligible to vote, and the new president will most likely run for their second term and the voters will need to make an imformed decision.
Derek Klena, 17, South Hills High School
I think it is very important for high school students to participate and discuss the presidential election process. Even though we are not exactly voters, we should be exposed to others’ opinions and ideas regarding the issues and debates. Since we are the future, i believe that it is important that we know who the next leader will be and the concerns that our country is dealing with.
Amanda McCraven, 14, La Verne Lutheran High School
Yes, I think it is important for students my age to participate in the election process because whoever becomes president will make decisions that affect everybody including high school students. Also, by the next election most high school students will be eligable to vote, and the new president will most likely run for their second term and the voters will need to make an imformed decision.
Yeah! It’s Red Ribbon Week in the Hacienda La Puente Unified School District.
Wedgeworth Elementary in Hacienda Heights kicks off the big week with a Red Ribbon Assembly featuring Officer Mesta. The assembly will begin at 1 p.m. Monday in the Multipurpose Room.
Nearby Los Molinos School will hold its “Student Success” Assembly in the school cafeteria, at 8:30 a.m.
It’s a tough drive on some of the holes at the Mountain Meadows Golf Course in Pomona. But it’s an important fundraising drive for Mt. SAC’s Fire Academy on Friday, Oct. 24.
The firefighting students are trying to raise $30,000 to refurbish three old fire engines as well as buy some much needed equipment.
Fire Chief Jerry Austin notes that some of the equipment is older than many of the students. “If we have outdated equipment, it doesn’t train our candidates to be at the level they need to be,” Austin said.
The tournament offers a four-person scramble format with checkin at 10:30 a.m. A putting contest will begin at 11:30 a.m. A $5 entry wins $125.
A shotgun start is set for 1 p.m., with dinner at 5:30 p.m. and awards at 6.
A single golf entry is $125, which includes green fee, cart, dinner and awards. For more information, call (909) 594-5611, Ext. 5148.