Busy time at Collegewood Elementary School in Walnut

Collegewood Elementary School will hold a mother and grandmother tea on Thursday, May 7, in Walnut.

The school carnival takes place the next day on Friday, May 8. The “Lost in the Fifties” theme will be carried out in game booths, prizes, contests and refreshments.

School librarian Barbara Morton hosts a Young Authors Day on Thursday, May 14.
Students will share the stories they have written over the past several weeks.

The Imagination Machine will perform some of the students’ stories in an assembly on Friday, May 15. Collegewood’s Community Club sponsored this event.

The annual Family Math Night on Thursday, May 21, will be coordinated by teacher Laura O’Donnell.

Collegewood staff and students from a Cal Poly math theory class for aspiring teachers will guide Collegewood students and their parents in activities that bring fun to learning math skills.

Rowland Heights Library battles child slavery

The Rowland Heights Library and the Asian Pacific Family Center will present the SOLD Project on Thursday, May 7, at 4 p.m.

The project uses films to present the plight of child slavery. The films will be screened in the community room.

Because of the sensitive material, the presentation is recommended for those 16-years-old and above. Those under 16 need to be accompanied by an adult.

The library is at 1850 Nogales St. For more information, call Adrian Romero at (626) 912-5348.