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Community voice loud to PUSD--No to school closures

(In this section--Part 1-- Jonathan Fuhrman, the Considation Committes chair details the committes task and the goal for the public form that is recorded in this video.)

Hundreds came to Eliot Middle School to speak and be seen, Monday evening, October, 2010. The public form held in the school's auditorium was the first opportunity parents, teachers and neighbors had to speak about Pasadena Unified School District's (PUSD) plan to consolidate elementary schools in the district by possibly closing three schools. Budget shortfalls are given as the reason for school closures.

The Consolidation Committee has been meeting since September 11, 2010. The information gathered from committee meetings and public meetings will be used to create recommendations that will be submitted in a report to Superintendent Diaz to the Board .

A press release from PUSD ( September 9, 2010 states, "Superintendent is tentatively scheduled to make his recommendations to the Board at its meeting on November 9, 2010. "

A second public form will be held on Friday, October 8, 6pm-8pm at Wilson Middle School, Wilson Middle School, 300 S. Madre St.
Pasadena, CA 91106.

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Cesar E. Chavez Commemoration & Peace Walk 2012

Posted on March 31, 2012 at 5:24pm 0 Comments

Pasadena, CA-Saturday March 31st, a dedicated group of marchers carrying signs and chanting walked in the dizzily cool of the morning from Villa-Parke Community Center to Robinson Park to commemorate Cesar Chavez and a life dedicated to peace.

The participants included youth, parents and staff from Pasadena schools, El Centro de Accion Social's, NAACP, Flintridge Center, Ambassadors for Peace, Union Station Homeless Services, CHIRLA, the City of Pasadena.…


Children vs. $$$: Parents act to keep Pasadena's Children from being causalities of a balanced budget

Posted on June 17, 2011 at 12:45pm 0 Comments

On Friday June 10, a collective of parents across Pasadena sent over 550 signatures to Governor Brown, State Senator Carol Liu and Assemblyman Anthony Portantino this is just the beginning of their efforts to save the Infant and Toddler and the School-Age programs at the Children’s Centers at Pasadena Unified School District.



Community members offer PUSD a civics lesson: who do public schools belong to; Intro - Part 8

Posted on October 21, 2010 at 1:03pm 0 Comments

Organized and ready to challenge and demonstrate to the Pasadena Unified School District's (PUSD) Consolidation Committee and administration, troops of community members made up of parents, teachers and neighbors poured into the Wilson Middle School auditorium Friday evening, October 8th. They had studied and were prepared to take part in a civics lesson that questioned who public schools belong… Continue

Strong and serious questions for all to consider about Pasadena / Altadena schools closings from an Altadena parent

Posted on October 11, 2010 at 9:24pm 0 Comments


As the parent of two PUSD 8th graders, I too am upset by the need to close schools. It is understandable that many people are angry, and take out their anger on the school board and the PUSD administrators. But the reality is that their hands are tied. The problems facing PUSD are due to decisions made in Sacramento as well as Washington, D.C.

PUSD currently has 20 elementary schools. If three of them are closed, it will have 17 elementary schools.

So,… Continue

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