Date: November 5th, 2018

Arcadia’s Longley Way Offers Classes for Visually Impaired Students
Education

Arcadia’s Longley Way Offers Classes for Visually Impaired Students

By Arcadia Unified School District Digital Communications Intern Sofia Nagy Visually impaired students at Longley Way Elementary School (Longley Way) are given the opportunity to apply their unique learning styles and abilities in the classroom. Longley Way’s Megan Robinson, special education teacher for the visually impaired, makes it possible for her students to develop their…

Lifeline for Pets: If Superman Was a Cat
Columns

Lifeline for Pets: If Superman Was a Cat

Meet Joey, age 3. Joey is mellow and mild-mannered on the surface, like “Clark Kent,” which is why he’s been passed over so many times, but get to know how amazing he is and you’ll know he’s a “Super boy.” Joey is such a handsome tabby, with white under his chin. He is so comfortable…

Career Corner: LinkedIn Focuses on Employee Engagement
Columns

Career Corner: LinkedIn Focuses on Employee Engagement

By Angela Copeland I recently had the opportunity to attend LinkedIn’s annual human resources event: Talent Connect. Held in Anaheim, California, the event showcased everything LinkedIn’s been working on in 2018 and their plans for the future. It’s always a great educational event. The information presented ranged from what they’re doing for job seekers with…

Making Panto a Holiday Tradition in America
Arts & Entertainment

Making Panto a Holiday Tradition in America

By May S. Ruiz A decade ago there would have been no place to take in a Panto show in Southern California. But in 2010 the Lythgoes, known for their creativity and involvement in television hits ‘American Idol’ and ‘So You Think You Can Dance,’ changed all that when they mounted their first Panto production…