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Schools - Elementary Schools

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1. Original unit of six rooms at Holly Avenue. news photo, n.d. (circa 1948) 2. Holly Street School. small photo, n.d. (probably part of #1) 3. Holly Avenue's beautiful kindergarten. news clip, n.d. (circa 1948) 4. Holly Avenue School. A history by S. Newton 1975-76. 5. Arcadia complete…
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1. Original unit of six rooms at Holly Avenue. news photo, n.d. (circa 1948)
2. Holly Street School. small photo, n.d. (probably part of #1)
3. Holly Avenue's beautiful kindergarten. news clip, n.d. (circa 1948)
4. Holly Avenue School. A history by S. Newton 1975-76.
5. Arcadia completes fine grammar school. Arcadia Journal May 7, 1921.
6. Baldwin Stocker Elementary School Dedication program. September 28, 1966. 2 copies
7. Arcadia City Elementary School Commencement. Arcadia Journal June 21, 1919.
8. The Merrymakers' Minstrel Show program from Holly Avenue School. March 8, 1940. Received as gift June 1980.
9. Diploma of graduation of Adrian Edward Winkler June 6, 1922.
10. Eighth grade graduation exercises program. Arcadia City Schools June 9, 1922.
11. Arcadia grammar school, a beautiful structure in an ideal setting. Newspaper copy of rotogravure from early unknown date.
12. Distinguished is word for these schools. (Hugo Reid Elementary). Los Angeles Times June 5, 1987.
13. Camino Grove School Accountability Report for the 1989-90 school year.
14. First-graders go for all the marbles in Arcadia class. San Gabriel Valley Weekly November 10, 1995.
15. Creative Writing Booklet 1967, vol. 15 from the elementary schools of the AUSD.
16. Information from City Clerk's Office regarding history of Longley Way School.
17. Holly Avenue Class of 1999 Yearbook. Item was moved to History Room Box #94A on Feb. 20, 2014.
18. Information dated February 1998 on Donald Bruce Bloodworth, Vietnam Missing in Action serviceman whose name is on a plaque on a tree at the Bonita Park School at 150 S. Third.
19. Camino Grove Elementary 1988, 1990, 1993, 1997, 2003, 2006 (2 copies) Yearbook. Item was moved to History Room Box #94A on Feb. 20, 2014.
20. Camino Grove Elementary 2000, 2002, 2005 Yearbooks. Moved to History Room Box #94A on Feb. 20, 2014.
21. Highland Oaks Elementary 2005 Yearbook (2 copies). Item was moved to History Room Box #94A on Feb. 20, 2014.
22. Camino Grove Elementary 2009 Yearbook. Item was moved to History Room Box #94A on Feb. 20, 2014.
23. "Raising the grade: (Holly Avenue) school welcomes upgrades." The Weekly Star, an edition of the Arcadia Tribune & The Star-Temple City Editions, September 2, 2010.
24. Camino Grove Elementary 2011 Yearbook. Item was moved to History Room Box #94A on Feb. 20, 2014.
25. Camino Grove Elementary Class of 2013 Yearbook. Item was moved to History Room Box #94A on Feb. 20, 2014. See file "Boxes in History Room" for more years.
26. Holly Avenue Elementary Yearbooks 2004, 2010. Item was moved to History Room Box #94A on Feb. 20, 2014.
27. Camino Grove Elementary School 50th Aniversary Program and Open House, April 1, 2004.
28. Mrs. John Wells installed Camino Grove PTA President. Arcadia Tribune, April 21, 1963.
29. Camino Grove Room Mothers Entertained by Mrs. Don Fowler. Arcadia Tribune, May 9, 1963.
30. Festival to open with Colorful Procession: Russ Greiner will be crowned King of the Spring Festival at Camino Grove School, with his court of gentlemen Carty Mills, Mark Jennings, Tom Hermann, Steve Clemons and Robbie Wagner. Arcadia Tribune, May 16, 1963.
31. Large audience enjoys spring festival. Royal Court consisting of Russell Greiner, Carol Loudon, Rochelle Luman, and Robert Wagner, at Camino Grove School is shown here. Arcadia Tribune, May 19, 1963.
32.Baldwin Stocker Elementary School Blue Ribbon Recipient, Arcadia Weekly, October 18, 2012.
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Schools - High Schools - Arcadia High School

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1. High School commencement will never be like THAT again in Arcadia. Los Angeles Times July 1, 1965. 2. Where would the high school be located. news clip June 1, 1951. 3. How independent can you get? Brochure done of AUSD on independent study. 1968-69. 4. Arcadia High's Library among the …
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1. High School commencement will never be like THAT again in Arcadia. Los Angeles Times July 1, 1965.
2. Where would the high school be located. news clip June 1, 1951.
3. How independent can you get? Brochure done of AUSD on independent study. 1968-69.
4. Arcadia High's Library among the best in California. News-Post February 25, 1969.
5. 20th reunion of first graduating class. Arcadia Tribune June 25, 1975.
6. What is independent study all about? Article by Dr. Donald W. Empey in JOURNAL OF SECONDARY EDUCATION. March 1968.
7. Track management class is one of a kind. Arcadia Tribune March 24, 1977.
8. Arcadia students learn operations of race track. Los Angeles Times January 25, 1976.
9. Building AHS: questions, conflicts, decisions. Arcadia Tribune May 25, 1978.
10. Arcadia High School - Class of '68. Mini yearbook published by class for 10th year reunion.
11. Class of 1968 10th year reunion survey. Data on students 10 years after graduation gathered and reported by 1068 Alumni Committee.
12. First Annual Commencement - June 16, 1955. Program with list of first graduating class.
13. Arcadia High School Commencement - 1961. Program with listing of graduating class.
14. Marching band madness. Article from SUNSET, October 1981, on marching band competition.
15. Arcadia High Library to undergo upgrading. Los Angeles Times May 15, 1967.
16. AHS Band ends thrill packed tour (at Eisenhower's inaugural parade). Arcadia Tribune January 24, 1957.
17. Communities and high schools work to make graduation special, proms memorable - Arcadia. news clip from CALIFORNIANS FOR DRUG-FREE YOUTH, INC. September 1987.
18. Arcadia Apache Football Program. 1992 Varsity Schedule.
19. Invitation to dedication and open house of Arcadia High School J Building and Music Building. October 20, 1994.
20. In school, a minority no longer. Article on changing ethnic mix at Arcadia High School. Los Angeles Times December 26, 1995.
21. Profile of Arcadia Unified School District. AUSD Home Page, World Wide Web. March 4, 1996.
22. June 11, 1997 issue of Apache Pow Wow, listing 1997 graduates and articles about selected students.
23. Arcadia High School commencement program June 12, 1998.
24. AUSD Community News November 1997 regarding retention of "Apache" as school mascot.
25. Arcadia High School Curriculum Guide 1999-2000.
26. 2001-2002 profile of Arcadia High School. October 2001.
27. Arcadia High School SAT Scores 1994-2001, 2001 Advanced Placement results, senior class National Merit Scholarship semi-finalists and commended students, GPA for 2000-2001 graduates, and college choices.
28. Flyer for the new "Apache Pit" Arcadia Teen Center at the Arcadia High School. November, 2002.
29. Arcadia Festival of Bands Band Review Map and schedule for 2002. (The 49th annual Festival of Bands hosted by the Arcadia High School Apache marching band held on November 16, 2002.)
30. 2002-2003 profile of Arcadia High School. October 2002.
31. Arcadia High School SAT Scores 1997-2002, 2002 Advanced Placement results, senior class National Merit Scholarship semi-finalists and commended students, GPA for 2001-2002 graduates, and college choices.
32. Letter by Lori Nelson, founding member of Alliance Against Racial Mascots, discussing the use of the Apache mascot at Arcadia High School. Pasadena Weekly, July 3, 2003, p. 4
33. Letter from Christeen Taniguchi of Galvin Preservation Associates, dated May 15, 2007, requesting public comments and information regarding potential historical resources located within the Arcadia High School development project area. Enclosures include aerial map of the campus and layout of the campus with buildings marked for demolition.
34. Arcadia High School 35th annual commencement program June 16, 1989.
35. Program from the 55th Annual Arcadia Festival of Bands hosted by Arcadia High School, Dana, First Avenue, and Foothills Middle School, held on November 22, 2008.
36. Arcadia High School 55th annual commencement program June 12, 2009 at Santa Anita Park.
37. Arcadia High School "Choral Carousel" concert DVD, May 1, 2007. Director: Rolland A. Maxson, featuring Concert Choir, Treble Choir, Chanteurs, New Spirit. In the "Arcadia History Room Media Box."
38. Arcadia High School-The Big Pow Wow XV-Choir concert DVD, March 20, 2009. Advanced Division with performances by Burbank High School, Burroughs High School, Brea Olinda High School, Hart High School, Glendora High School, Diamond Bar High School and Arcadia High School. AHS "New Spirit" choir (director Rollie Maxson, choreographer Doug La) performs songs, "I got the sun in the morning," "Will you love me tomorrow?" "Sugartime," "The Red Red Rose," "Sixties Chicks." AHS Chanteurs choir (director Rollie Maxson, choreographer Jessica Young) perform songs "Lullaby of Broadway," "When will I be loved," "We belong," "September in the rain," and "Johnny B. Goode." In the "Arcadia History Room Media Box."
39. Arcadia High School graduation/commencement program, June 19, 1969.
40. Orchesis, Arcadia High School presents Reverie: Visions of Sound, March 20 and 21, 1969. Dance performance program. 2 copies.
41. Photo and caption. Members of the Apache Marching Band celebrate after their encore win at the Long Beach All Western Band Review in December. Arcadia Tribune, p. 1, December 26, 1974.
42. 1966 Apaches prepare Arcadia reunion. Arcadia High School class of 1966 will hold their 45th class reunion at the Turf Club at Santa Anita Park. Photo from 1966 of AHS seniors posing with Model A Ford. The Weekly Star, October 16, 2011.
43a and 43b. Arcadia High School Theatre Department programs from drama productions "Noises Off" November 3-7, 2009 and "Sordid Lives," November 16-20, 2010. Both directed by Steven Volpe.
44. Orchesis Dance Company 2009-2010 program "Let the bass kick."
45. No Apaches Down, Arcadia Apaches 2012. 2012 Football Season Program, with photos of Varsity, Junior Varsity, and Freshmen Teams.
46. Arcadia High School Theatre Department presents Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma! Director: Steven Volpe, Musical Director: Stephen Pu, Choreographers: Jia Huang and Liza Tedford; March 2012.
47. "Arcadia High School dancers kick off spring show,"Weekly Star, April 21, 2013. Orchesis performs their spring dance show "My Lucky Strike" at the school's performing arts center.
48. Jerry Herman High School Musical Theatre Awards of Los Angeles, May 19, 2013 at Pantages Theatre. Arcadia High School Theatre Department performed award-winning "The Drowsy Chaperone."
49. Arcadia High School biology teacher Joan Stevens struggles to save the permaculture garden from being bulldozed. Stevens is working with district officials to turn the garden into an outdoor classroom. Pasadena Star News, p. A6, June 16, 2013.
50. Open letter to Arcadia Community by school board members Cung Nguyen, Lori Phillipi, and Kay Kinsler, re: firing of Arcadia high School cross country coach James O'Brien. Pasadena Star News, p. A2, August 11, 2013.
51. School recall targets issue open letter. Mountain Views News, August 17, 2013. Regarding the firing of Arcadia High School cross country coach Jim O'Brien, school board members Cung Nguyen, Lori Phillipi, and Kay Kinsler publish an open letter.
52. A review of fired cross country coach James O'Brien's personnel file shows he was popular among parents and athletes, but clashed with administrators and another coach during his 17 year coaching career. From Pasadenastarnews.com, August 31, 2013. Retrieved October 19, 2013.
53. Dr. Richard Cordano honored. A room in new Arcadia Performing Arts Center was dedicated to him. Mountain Views News, July 13, 2013.
54. Arcadia High School has a new $4 million gym, paid for by Meaasure I. The original gym (1956) was completely renovated, with increased capacity to about 1,150 seats. Many of the gym's features are state of the art (motorized, telescopic bleachers, energy efficient lighting, air conditioning, new floor). Arcadia Weekly, p. 16, December 5, 2013.
55. Arcadia High School receives prestigious gold medal ranking by U.S. news and World Report. Mountain Views News, April 26, 2014.
56. Arcadia Festival of Bands, 50th anniversary program, 2003. Includes band review order of performance and some historical photos.
57. Arcadia High School graduation 60th annual commencement program, June 11, 2014.
58. Arcadia Festival of Bands, program from 2004 theme Salute to Our Hometown Heroes (Veterans, military, photos and biographies); program from 2005 theme Tradition of Excellence; program from 2006 theme Tradition of Excellence. Includes band review order of performance and photos.
59. Several articles. Arcadia Apaches name use is challenged, Arcadia Weekly, September 11, 1997. Apaches are here to stay, Arcadia Weekly, October 30, 1997. Indians will keep up pressure, high school will remain Apaches, two sides of the controversy, Arcadia Weekly, February 3, 2000. Apache band captures praise in Arizona while wearing new Apache-approved headdresses, Arcadia Weekly, September 7, 2000. Arcadia board reaffirms use of Apache name, Arcadia Weekly, March 30, 2000. Board wants to keep Apache name, opposes AB 2115, Arcadia Weekly, May 16, 2002. Arcadia City Council opposes tribal mascot bill, Arcadia Weekly, June 6, 2002. Decades-long debate over Arcadia High School's use of Apache imagery resurfaces, Arcadia Weekly, June 25, 2020. District to reconsider Apaches as mascot amid online petition drive, Pasadena Star News, July 14, 2020.
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Schools - High Schools - Arcadia High School
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Schools - High Schools - Monrovia High School

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1. Thirty-second annual commencement - Monrovia High School, 1926. Copy of complete program, copied from original loaned by Adrian Winkler in January 1981. note: before M.A.D. was built, Arcadia students went to Monrovia H.S. 2. Monrovia High School history, from book The Schools in Our Town by…
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1. Thirty-second annual commencement - Monrovia High School, 1926. Copy of complete program, copied from original loaned by Adrian Winkler in January 1981. note: before M.A.D. was built, Arcadia students went to Monrovia H.S.
2. Monrovia High School history, from book The Schools in Our Town by Monrovia Students Past and Present, edited by E. Louise Osbrink, including cover image and some history of M.A.D. High School (Monrovia Arcadia Duarte H.S.), 2004.
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Schools - High Schools - Monrovia High School
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Schools - Junior High Schools

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1. Article and photos on First Avenue School. CALIFORNIA ARTS AND ARCHITECTURE, pp. 24-25. October 1940. Gift from Peggy Buddy. 2. Original section of First Avenue School. news photo, M.D. 3. The current extensive interior-lifting of First Avenue School.. Information sheets given by First …
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1. Article and photos on First Avenue School. CALIFORNIA ARTS AND ARCHITECTURE, pp. 24-25. October 1940. Gift from Peggy Buddy.
2. Original section of First Avenue School. news photo, M.D.
3. The current extensive interior-lifting of First Avenue School.. Information sheets given by First Avenue personnel to visitors to school in 1960-61.
4. Dana Junior High School. Student Handbook, 1975-76.
5. First Avenue Junior High School. Student Handbook, 1975-76.
6. Foothills Junior High School. AUSD brochure 1967-68.
7. Your Junior High Schools. AUSD brochure 1967-68.
8. Whole new world opens up to ham operator. Arcadia Tribune January 6, 1974. (Rich Alexander, ninth grade student at First Avenue Junior High School.)
9. OK $101,600 purchase of Soberly School site (for future Foothills Junior High School). news clip September 22, 1958.
10. Arson suspected in school fire. Arcadia Tribune May 31, 1979.
11. Richard Henry Dana Intermediate School PTA Yearbook 1956-57.
12. "Mariner Log" from Dana Middle School April 26, 1995.
13. "Mariner Log" from Dana Middle School December 21, 1995.
14. Promotion ceremony program for Dana Junior High School, First Avenue Junior High School and Foothills Junior High School June 15, 1994.
15. "Dana Overboard" magazine of Dana Middle School. March 1998.
16. Letter from Christeen Taniguchi of Galvin Preservation Associates, dated May 15, 2007, requesting public comments and information regarding potential historical resources located within the Foothills Middle School development project area. Enclosures include aerial map of the campus and layout of the campus with buildings marked for improvements 1) addition to the music room 2) new amphitheater 3) new joint-use multi-gymnasium.
17. Joint Use Gymnasium Project groundbreaking ceremony, Dana Middle School, November 5, 2009.
18. Dana Junior High School graduation program, June 15, 1966. Later known as Dana Middle School.
19. Dana Gym Grand Opening Ceremony program, January 11, 2011.
20. Arcadia schools, well-heeled but still pinched. The upscale school district finds itself with an embarrassment of riches as it seeks to win community support in avoiding cutbacks and layoffs (First Avenue Middle School). Los Angeles Times, June 7, 2011. By Sandy Banks. Retrieved from latimes.com on June 8, 2011.
21. "Footnotes," the Foothills Middle School PTA newsletter. October-November 1999.
22. AUSD expands AVID Program to First Avenue and Dana middle schools. AVID is Advancement Via Individual Determination. AVID places a renewed focus on students in the academic middle who have the potential and motivation to be among the top-performing students in the district. Arcadia Weekly, p. 23, October 24, 2013.
23. Night at the Movies, a music program at First Avenue Middle School, June 7, 2006.
24. First Avenue Middle School celebrating 110 years, invitation to December 9, 2017 event.
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Schools - Junior High Schools
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Schools - High Schools - Arcadia High School - Reunion Books

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1. Class of 1970. 2. Class of 1971. 3. Class of 1980. 4. Class of 1968, 40 year reunion biography book, 2008 on DVD. See black box of discs labeled Arcadia History Room Media Box. 5. Class of 1969 Arcadia High School 10 year reunion book dated August 11, 1979. 6. Class of 1969 Arcadia High Schoo…
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1. Class of 1970.
2. Class of 1971.
3. Class of 1980.
4. Class of 1968, 40 year reunion biography book, 2008 on DVD. See black box of discs labeled Arcadia History Room Media Box.
5. Class of 1969 Arcadia High School 10 year reunion book dated August 11, 1979.
6. Class of 1969 Arcadia High School 20 year reunion book.
7. Class of 1957, Tenth anniversary reunion
8. Class of 1957, Twentieth anniversary reunion
9A. Class of 1957, fifty year reunion book. 9B. Class of 1957, fifty year reunion biographical sketches.
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Schools - High Schools - Arcadia High School - Reunion Books
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Schools - High Schools - Monrovia-Arcadia-Duarte

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1. Lay corner stone for this fine high school tomorrow. News photo and caption, n,d, (circa 1926?) - completed 1928. 2. Fifty-Seventh Annual Commencement Monrovia-Arcadia-Duarte High School, June 1951. Last commencement for combined high school. 3. Arcadia students had been attending high sc…
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1. Lay corner stone for this fine high school tomorrow. News photo and caption, n,d, (circa 1926?) - completed 1928.
2. Fifty-Seventh Annual Commencement Monrovia-Arcadia-Duarte High School, June 1951. Last commencement for combined high school.
3. Arcadia students had been attending high school in Monrovia since 1920. History of Monrovia City High School by Thelma Thompson, former English teacher there.
4. Union High School at Monrovia. Photo and caption from rotogravure section of early Los Angeles Times (?) , n.d.
5. The Wildcat. Copy of school paper dated November 5, 1943. Gift received June 1980.
6. Copy of mid-year graduation program and commencement, January 28, 1943. Copied from the original loaned by Vera Van Houten Iwaaden in September 1980.
7. Help Arcadia Get Justice. Copy of hand bill for Arcadians opposing bond election for funds for a unified district. States that Arcadians pay a disproportionate amount - 41% of taxes with only 80 pupils in school against 330 from Monrovia and 25 from Duarte. April 1923.
8. Bulletin and Catalogue of Information, 1937. Copied from original in Rancho Santa Anita Scrapbook #1, p.101.
9. The Foothill School Bulletin, February 1938. Copied from original in Rancho Santa Anita Scrapbook #1, p.99.
10. The Foothill School Bulletin, January 1939. Copied from the original in Rancho Santa Anita Scrapbook #3.
11. The High School Bulletin, April 1940. Copied from original in Rancho Santa Anita Scrapbook #1, p.91.
12. Directory of Schools 1937-38. Copied from the original in Rancho Santa Anita Scrapbook #1, p.97.
13. Parent-Teacher Association of Monrovia-Arcadia-Duarte High School annual dues envelope for 50 cents c/o Lorna Frey. (Found in the American Rose Annual for 1948)
14. Girls Physical Education Department towel receipt dated January 24, 1944.
15. Welcome to High School, map of the school and The Merit System. 3pgs
16. MAD Forty Year Reunion book for class of 1948. 2 copies
17. Monrovia Arcadia Duarte High School Catalog of Information dated January 11, 1944.
18. MAD Wildcats . Three decals (transfers). c. 1943
19. MAD Information for New Girls. c. 1944.
20. Notepad and stationery pages of "The Wildcat" school newspaper.
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Schools - High Schools - Monrovia-Arcadia-Duarte
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Schools - High Schools - Santa Anita Park Backside Continuation High School

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1. Continuation High has backside, too. (Santa Anita Park Backside Continuation High School)
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1. Continuation High has backside, too. (Santa Anita Park Backside Continuation High School)
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Schools - High Schools - Santa Anita Park Backside Continuation High School
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1. District ownership of books brings big task to library staff. Arcadia Tribune August 7, 1952. 2. District high school libraries in spotlight. Arcadia Tribune April 9, 1964. 3. Arcadia Unified School District. Brochure published by AUSD, circa 1968. 4. Uniform discipline code proposed fo…
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1. District ownership of books brings big task to library staff. Arcadia Tribune August 7, 1952.
2. District high school libraries in spotlight. Arcadia Tribune April 9, 1964.
3. Arcadia Unified School District. Brochure published by AUSD, circa 1968.
4. Uniform discipline code proposed for Arcadia Schools. Arcadia Tribune December 22, 1968.
5. Education study by Arcadia League of Women Voters. April 1971.
6. Facts for Arcadians re: formation of the new Junior College District - election of 1966.
7. Arcadia schools have program for educating handicapped children. Arcadia News-Post February 10, 1970.
8. Arcadia summarizes school programs. Arcadia Tribune August 26, 1973.
9. County poll ranks local schools high. Arcadia Tribune February 21, 1974.
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12. Enrollment drops in Arcadia schools. Arcadia Tribune September 14, 1978.
13. Declining enrollment hurting. Arcadia Highlander. April 30, 1986.
14. School enrollment declining. Arcadia Highlander. May 7, 1986.
15. Report for the Arcadia Board of Education by Arcadia Citizens Educational Study Committee March 12, 1956. Filed in Arcadia History Box #56.
16. Report of the survey of the Public Schools of Arcadia City School District, 1947. Filed in Arcadia History Box #56.
17. City of Arcadia/AUSD Committee Report on After-School Activities for Students. Presented by Collins, Keavney and Ross, to Kelly and Towner. 1995.
18. The Small Book of Big Issues for Arcadia Parents. Funded by the Arcadia Educational Foundation, Arcadia PTAs and the AUSD. 1996.
19. Arcadia to start alternate school. The Star September 18, 1996. p. A7.
20. Arcadia Unified School District. School Accountability Report Card. 2002-2003.
21. 2004-2005 School Accountability Report Card for Elementary Schools: Baldwin Stocker, Camino Grove, Highland Oaks, Holly Avenue, Hugo Reid, Longley Way; Middle Schools: Dana, First Avenue, Foothills; and Arcadia High School.
22. Arcadia Unified School District, Catalogue of Superintendent's Art Award Winners 2006.
23. Arcadia Unified School District, Catalogue of Superintendent's Art Award Winners 2007.
24. Arcadia Unified School District, Catalogue of Superintendent's Art Award Winners 2009.
25. Arcadia Unified School District newsletter "Counting on Excellence." Fall 2011.
26. AUSD gives community opportunity to review instructional materials. Arcadia Weekly, October 17, 2013.
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Schools
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Distinguished schools for 1996 locally are Arcadia's First Avenue, Foothills and Dana Middle schools and Arcadia High School.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
May 3, 1996
Pages
p. A-1
Contents
1. School Board adopts budget. news clip, n.d. circa 1951-1952. 2. AUSD official budget 1964-65. Filed in Arcadia History Box #56A. 3. AUSD official budget 1965-66. Filed in Arcadia History Box #56A. 4. AUSD official budget 1966-67. Filed in Arcadia History Box #56A. 5. AUSD official budg…
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1. School Board adopts budget. news clip, n.d. circa 1951-1952.
2. AUSD official budget 1964-65. Filed in Arcadia History Box #56A.
3. AUSD official budget 1965-66. Filed in Arcadia History Box #56A.
4. AUSD official budget 1966-67. Filed in Arcadia History Box #56A.
5. AUSD official budget 1967-68. Filed in Arcadia History Box #56A.
6. AUSD official budget 1968-69. Filed in Arcadia History Box #56A.
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Schools - Budget
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Schools - Directories

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1. AUSD Informational Data 1965-66 2. 1966-67 3. 1967-68 4. 1968-69 5. 1969-70 6. 1970-71 7. 1971-72 8. 1972-73 9. 1973-74 10. 1974-75 11. 1975-76 12. 1976-77 13. 1977-78 14. 1978-79 15. 1979-80 16. 1980-81 17. 1981-82 18. 1982-83 19. 1983-84 20. Directory, 1973-74 21. Director…
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1. AUSD Informational Data 1965-66
2. 1966-67
3. 1967-68
4. 1968-69
5. 1969-70
6. 1970-71
7. 1971-72
8. 1972-73
9. 1973-74
10. 1974-75
11. 1975-76
12. 1976-77
13. 1977-78
14. 1978-79
15. 1979-80
16. 1980-81
17. 1981-82
18. 1982-83
19. 1983-84
20. Directory, 1973-74
21. Directory, 1975-76
22. Arcadia Council of Parent-Teacher Association yearbook, 1988-89 (PTA).
23. Arcadia Council PTA 2003-2004 directory.
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Schools - Directories
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1. School district has staff of 32. news clip 1933. 2. Veteran bus driver. Arcadia Tribune December 10, 1959. 3. Mary Robillard, Arcadia's first school teacher. Arcadia Tribune December 30, 1965. 4. Teacher salary ranges. Arcadia Tribune May 13, 1965. 5. AUSD teachers salary. Printing …
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1. School district has staff of 32. news clip 1933.
2. Veteran bus driver. Arcadia Tribune December 10, 1959.
3. Mary Robillard, Arcadia's first school teacher. Arcadia Tribune December 30, 1965.
4. Teacher salary ranges. Arcadia Tribune May 13, 1965.
5. AUSD teachers salary. Printing of district. June 12, 1967.
6. Arcadia Teachers Association. Typed presentation of teachers for salary proposal 1975.
7. 1975-76 A.F.T. budget proposal. Two pages of salary proposals.
8. Citizens of Arcadia. Full page ad, March 14, 1974.
9. Mrs. Walgren's noon meal - Arcadia Food Service. Arcadia News Post February 25, 1969.
10. Dorothy Butts, quite an amazing lady is recalled. Arcadia Tribune December 10, 1981.
11. Arcadia High counselor retires (Lois Iredale). Highlander June 9, 1982.
12. Teacher retires after 23 years in Arcadia (Jerome Horowitz). Highlander July 13, 1983.
13. Dana coach retires (John Bilbrey). Highlander June 30, 1982.
14. Classy life leads to retirement for Arcadia teacher (Grace Smith). Highlander July 6, 1983.
15. Teacher retires to travel and garden (Barbara Dessy) Highlander July 7, 1982.
16. Coach retires after 31 years (Robert G. Jackson). Highlander July 13, 1983.
17. Coach Salter named Arcadia's Teacher of the Year. Arcadia Highlander October 1, 1986.
18. Profiles in Excellence. 1990-91.
19. Profiles in Excellence. 1991-92.
20. Profiles in Excellence. 1992-93.
21. Arcadia Unified School District -- School News and Views newsletter, October 2005. Includes profiles on new principal of Arcadia High School, David L. Vannasdall and new deputy superintendent Dr. Joel Shawn.
22. Focusing on the future: teacher of the year uses technology to prepare students. The Weekly Star (supplement to Pasadena Star News), November 29, 2007. Fifty-two year old Arcadia resident Lisa Shigemasa is the Arcadia Unified School District Teacher of the Year.
23. Building on a legacy: Arcadia Unified has new superintendent, Joel Shawn. The Weekly Star (supplement to Pasadena Star News), September 4, 2008.
24. Holly Avenue Elementary School fifth grade teacher Kelsey Brown is one of 16 educators selected for Los Angeles County Teacher of the Year. The Weekly Star, October 7, 2010.
25. Lorie Felippa, a teacher at Highland Oaks Elementary School is Los Angeles County Teacher of the Year. Arcadia Weekly, November 14, 2013.
26. Arcadia Unified School District "Profiles in Excellence 2003-2004."
27. Arcadia Unified Superintendent Dr. Joel Shawn announces retirement. His last day will be June 30, 2014. Mountain Views News, March 29, 2014.
Subjects
Schools - Employees
Item ID
216AF
Collection
Subject Files
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1. Facts about the Arcadia Unified School District - Auditorium Bond Election. Complete proposal for February 2, 1965 election. 2. Facts about the auditorium bond election. Brochure for February 2, 1965 election. 3. Facts about the auditorium bond election. Brochure for the October 19, 1965 e…
Contents
1. Facts about the Arcadia Unified School District - Auditorium Bond Election. Complete proposal for February 2, 1965 election.
2. Facts about the auditorium bond election. Brochure for February 2, 1965 election.
3. Facts about the auditorium bond election. Brochure for the October 19, 1965 election.
4. Facts about the school tax override election. Brochure for the February 7, 1967 election.
5. Photocopy of cards in Arcadia Tribune index relating to tax base revenue election of 1975.
6. Publication of budget of the Arcadia Unified School District for the year ending June 30, 1979. Arcadia Tribune legal announcement August 31, 1979.
7. E-mail dated March 29, 2012, from Dr. Joel Shawn, Superintendent at Arcadia Unified School District, notifying parents that Measure A, the special Arcadia Unified Parcel tax election was passed.
8. "Yes on Measure A" literature. 7 pieces. From the Committee to Protect Arcadia Schools. March, 2012.
9. 2012 update from Arcadia Unified School District. Arcadia students are at the head of the class. An election will be held to vote on Measure A, a special parcel tax to protect quality education at Arcadia schools. February-March, 2012.
10. AUSD-A Guide to understanding the budget and what we have to do about it. Fiscal year 2011-2012.
Subjects
Schools - Finance
Item ID
217AF
Collection
Subject Files
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1. Montessori School gains acceptance. Monrovia News-Post November 10, 1970. 2. Arcadia Parent Participation Nursery School. Brochure from school, n.d. 3. Maranantha: happiest Arcadia success story. news clip December 21, 1972. 4. The Moore Kiddieland Nursery School. Brochure from school, …
Contents
1. Montessori School gains acceptance. Monrovia News-Post November 10, 1970.
2. Arcadia Parent Participation Nursery School. Brochure from school, n.d.
3. Maranantha: happiest Arcadia success story. news clip December 21, 1972.
4. The Moore Kiddieland Nursery School. Brochure from school, n.d.
5. The Ethel Barnhart School. Brochure from school, n.d.
6. Barnhart School introduces new principal. San Gabriel Valley TV News September 25, 1973.
7. Lie detector school attracts the world's seekers of truth. Arcadia Tribune October 6, 1977.
8. Arcadia Chinese School and Cultural Center. Handbook for 1988-1989.
9. Arcadia Christian School. Brochure from school. received May 1978.
10. Carden of the Foothills yearbook 1977-78.
11. The Carden curriculum. brochure from school 1978.
12. Learning's a joy (regarding Mae Carden, founder of Carden Schools). Orange Coast Daily Pilot June 24, 1974.
13. The Barnhart School. brochure from school, received June 1978.
14. Arcadia has excellent private schools, as well as public schools. Arcadia Tribune June 1, 1978.
15. Typewritten list of 20 private schools serving Arcadia. Prepared by Kathy Meacham, Childrens' Librarian 1981.
16. Carden of the Foothills. Article from the Arcadia Chamber of Commerce News Bulletin October 1981 describing the school.
17. Arcadia Friends Church Pre-School handbook. Booklet describing school and program. received September 1981.
18. Arcadia Christian School. Information about school received September 1981.
19. Church of the Good Shepherd Nursery School. Information about school received September 1981.
20. Creative Academy of Learning. Brochure from school received September 1981.
21. The Barnhart School. Brochure from school received September 1981.
22. Playtime School. Brochure from school received September 1981.
23. Sunset Preschool. Brochure from school received September 1981.
24. Holly Oaks Christian Pre-School. Information sheet from school received September 1981.
25. Child Development Center (Arcadia Presbyterian Church) Parent Handbook received September 1981.
26. Pasadena City College Parent Participation Program. Two brochures regarding their programs received September 1981.
27. Arcadia Montessori School. Information sheets from school received September 1981.
28. B'nai Simcha Jewish Community Preschool. Brochure from school received September 1981.
29. The Anoakia School. Brochure received September 1981.
30. Anoakia School. Registration and tuition schedule. 1981.
31. School for pet owners up a tree. Arcadia Tribune November 17, 1977.
32. Anita Oaks School (formerly Anoakia School of Arcadia) flyer for summer enrichment session 1991.
33. The Ethel Barnhart Day School booklet. Received August 11, 1970.
34. Barnhart School is well-rounded. Pasadena Star News May 10, 1970.
35. New name given to school (Ethel Barnhart School). Pasadena Star News September 3, 1969.
36. Program and flyer on the Chinese Culture School of Los Angeles exhibition of Chinese traditional instruments and concert at the Arcadia Public Library. June/July 1999.
37. Flyer about the Chinese Culture School of Los Angeles located in Arcadia and established in 1976 by Arcadia resident Professor Wen-hsiung Yen. February 26, 2000.
38. Program and flyer for the 2001 Chinese Art and Culture Festival celebrating the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Chinese Culture School of Los Angeles. December 8, 2001.
39. Program for the 2003 Chinese Art and Culture Festival. November 15, 2003.
40. Chinese school in Arcadia helps maintain cultural ties. Article about Arcadia Chinese School, by Marina Milligan, Arcadia Tribune, May 7, 1989, p. A-1. See related series of 5 articles about 'new' Chinese population in Arcadia, in VF "Population."
41. Advertisement for Anoakia Junior College and Flintridge School for Girls, 701 W. Foothill Blvd, Arcadia, CA. Los Angeles Times, August 30, 1942.
42. Advertisement for Anoakia Flintridge School for Girls. 701 W. Foothill Blvd., Arcadia, CA. Winifred Howland Johnson, Principal. Description of school. Los Angeles Times, August 29, 1943.
43. Newspaper ad for Moore Ranch School, 1625 S. Second Avenue, Arcadia, California. "For smaller retarded boys." Mary Roberts Moore. Los Angeles Times, August 27, 1933.
44. Newspaper ad for Mrs. Mary Roberts Moore, a suburban home for problem children at 1623 S. Second Avenue, Arcadia, California. Los Angeles Times, August 25, 1929.
45. Newspaper ad for Camp Arcadia, Moore Country School in Arcadia, California. Christian Science Monitor, April 29, 1937.
46. By gads! This is history: Arcadia Christian School celebrates 70 years, by Michelle H. Lee, Mountain Views News, September 5, 2015.
Subjects
Schools - Private
Item ID
227AF
Collection
Subject Files
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1. Student President awarded for his dedication (Jeffrey McIntyre, Arcadia High School). Highlander Community News May 12, 1982. 2. Students take a day off in protest (supporting teachers). Los Angeles Times April 28, 1988. 3. Asian student population rises sharply in Valley. San Gabriel Vall…
Contents
1. Student President awarded for his dedication (Jeffrey McIntyre, Arcadia High School). Highlander Community News May 12, 1982.
2. Students take a day off in protest (supporting teachers). Los Angeles Times April 28, 1988.
3. Asian student population rises sharply in Valley. San Gabriel Valley Tribune. July 27, 1988.
4. Ethnic enrollment information. Arcadia Unified School District per CBEDS School Information Forms. October 1986.
5. Ethnic enrollment information. (CBEDS). October 1987.
6. Ethnic enrollment information. (CBEDS). October 1988.
7. Ethnic enrollment information. (CBEDS). October 1989.
8. Ethnic enrollment information. (CBEDS). October 1990.
9. Ethnic enrollment information. (CBEDS). October 1994.
10. Profile of Arcadia Unified School District (from October 1994 CBEDS Report). AUSD Profile. Received March 1996.
11. Jayasinghe signs. Sierra Madre News. April 29, 1993. Article announcing Asha Jayasinghe, Arcadia High School's 400 meter specialist, has taken a full scholarship to USC in the fall.
12. Ethnic enrollment information. Arcadia Unified School District per CBEDS School Information Forms. October 1998.
13. Creative Writing booklet. vol. 10, 1961-62. Appears to be middle school students.
14. Ethnic enrollment information. Arcadia Unified School District per CBEDS School Information Forms. October 2001.
15. Language census report. Spring 1988.
16. Ethnic enrollment information. Arcadia Unified Total Enrollment from School Information Forms by School and by Ethnic Group, CBEDS 2002. Prepared 1/23/2003.
17. Ethnic enrollment information. Arcadia Unified Enrollment in California Public Schools by District and by Ethnic Group, 2002-2003. (CBEDS) Prepared 6/30/2003.
18. Ethnic enrollment information. Total Enrollment from School Information by School and by Ethnic Group. Fall 2003-2004. Aggregated 2004-01-28. Arcadia Unified School District. CSIS Fall Preview. State Reporting and Records Transfer System. California School Information Services. (Formerly known as CBEDS.)
19. "Public Schools...the Foundation of Freedom" 38th Annual Public Schools Luncheon Program April 15, 2004. Sponsored by Arcadia Masonic Lodge and Arcadia High Twelve. Contains biographies of the following National Merit Scholarship Program students: William Auyeung, Emily Bien, Kevin Chang, Andrew Chen, Royce Cheng, Crystal (Charley) Cheung, Michael Chung, Jonathan Fung, Carol Huang, James Huang, Elizabeth Li, Lisa Dan Lin, Erica Liu, Christine Seng, Jessica Shin, Patrick Sun, Srinivas Yalamanchili, Zhong Ye, Shawn Yu, Charles Zhou and Yiting Zhu. Includes biography on the National Hispanic Scholar Recognition Program Finalist Jonathan Andrew Marina.
20. "Public Schools-Lighting the Way for America's Freedom" 39th Annual Public Schools Luncheon program April 21, 2005. Sponsored by Arcadia Masonic Lodge and Arcadia High Twelve. Contains biographies of the following National Merit Scholarship Program students: Pradeep Bugga, Allen Cheng, Andrew Chiang, Kenny Chung, Andrea Grosz, Maggie Hsu, Aarti Jain, Diane Ko, Roger Lee, Adrian Li, Christina Li, Yi Wei James Li, Sonia Lin, Ivan (Wei Tai) Lin, Jessica Liu, Lilian Maggie Loh, Han Bin Man, Alanna Mori, Jack Wan, Yun Zu Michele Wang, Steven Wong, Victor Wong, Serena Yang, Lydia Yao, Justin Yeo, Jessica Zha. 2 copies.
21. Ethnic enrollment information. CSIS Fall Submission, Total Enrollment from School Information by School and by Ethnic Group (Section B). Fall 2005-2006. Aggregated on 2005-12-11. Arcadia Unified School District. State Reporting and Records Transfer System. California School Information Services. (Formerly known as CBEDS.)
22. CSIS Fall Submission, Total Enrollment from School Information by School and Grade (Section B). Fall 2005-2006. Aggregated on 2005-12-11. Arcadia Unified School District. State Reporting and Records Transfer System. California School Information Services. (Formerly known as CBEDS.)
23. "Public Schools are the Cornerstone of an Enlightened Citizenry" 41st Annual Public Schools Luncheon program April 19, 2007. Sponsored by Arcadia Masonic Lodge and Arcadia High Twelve. Contains biographies of the following National Merit Scholarship Program students: Jennifer Chang, Leslie Chen, Louis Chen, Tom Chen, David Chu, Sonya Donato, Claudia Fu, Jennifer Hsiao, (Ka) Jennifer Lai, Ashley Lee, Melody (Shiyang) Li, Jonathan Lin, Jeremy Liu, William Lou, Derek Lu, Andrew Ma, Veronica Shi, Shushan Song, Joanna Sy, Tim Wang, Aaren Weisz, Benjamin Wu, Wen Wu, Binbin Xing, Ellen Yang, Michael Yen, Powell Zhang, Jimmy Zheng, Yinan Zhu. Also Alejandro Omidsalar was honored by National Hispanic Recognition Program.
24. "Public schools-keeping our nation standing strong," 42nd Annual Public Schools Luncheon program April 17, 2008. Sponsored by Arcadia Masonic Lodge and Arcadia High Twelve. Biographies of Bonnie Cao, Bryan Chen, Richard Chen, Catherine Cheng, Vivian Cheng, Erik Cheung, Janet Chu, Laure Flapan, Angelina Huang, Pengsu Jiang, Jeffrey Kwok, Gretl Lam, Jessica Lee, Timothy Liu, Danica Shei, Jarita Ta, Anthony Yoon, Eric Yu.
25. "At 14, Nagasu soars," Los Angeles Times, January 26, 2008. Mirai Nagasu, a 14 year old freshman at Arcadia High School, is a figure skater who won the short program at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships. Includes photo. See also VF Sports Figures.
26. "Today is the beginning of a better tomorrow," 43rd Annual Public Schools Luncheon program April 23, 2009. Sponsored by Arcadia Masonic Lodge and Arcadia High Twelve. Biographies of students Iris Chen, Bryan Cocong Cheng, Sarah Cheng, George Dewey, Justin Dong, Marshall Ge, Kelly Guan, Russell Igarashi, Ki Bum Kim, Peter Kwang, Sean Lee, Tracy Lee, Veronica Lim, Sean Maroongroge, Derek Ouyang, Tom Pudpai, Sachin Raghunathan, Tara Sardesai, Christine Shen, Morris Shieh, Patricia Shu, Sabrina Sun, Michael Tam, Wen You (Mary) Tang, Kevin Wang, Cliff Wu, Ziang Xie, Stephanie Yen, Chloe Yuan, Jacqueline Yu, John Zhong, Li Xiang (Bill) Zhou.
27. "Education as the foundation of our democracy," 44th Annual Public Schools Luncheon program April 15, 2010. Sponsored by Arcadia Masonic Lodge and Arcadia High Twelve.
28. "Educate, engage, excel," 45th Annual Public Schools Luncheon program April 21, 2011. Sponsored by Arcadia Masonic Lodge and Arcadia High Twelve. Insert: National Merit Scholarship Program criteria.
29. "Together we make a profound difference for public education," 48th Annual Public Schools Luncheon program April 17, 2014. Sponsored by Arcadia Masonic Lodge. Insert: National Merit Scholarship Program criteria and student profiles.
30. Arcadia High School senior Stephanie Noriega heads to Tampa, Florida to play softball. Arcadia Weekly, April 24, 2014, p. 22.
31. Arcadia High School victorious in Surf Bowl (ocean sciences contest) at JPL, The Weekly Star, March 1, 2015.
32. 49th Annual Public Schools Luncheon program April 16, 2015, with National Merit Scholarship Program participants.
33. Arcadia High School wins 2015 Regional Science Bowl, The Weekly Star, February 1, 2015.
34. Arcadia High School in Super Bowl commercial, from Arcadiasbest.com, February 1, 2015 by Scott Hettrick.
35. 50th Annual Public Schools Luncheon program April 14, 2016, with National Merit Scholarship Program and National Hispanic Recognition Program participants.
36. National Merit Scholarship Program 2017
37. California Public School Enrollment District Report Arcadia Unified, District Enrollment by Grade (with school data) and District Enrollment by Ethnicity (with school data) for years 2006-2007, 2007-2008, 2008-2009, 2009-2010, 2010-2011, 2011-2012, 2012-2013, 2013-2014, 2014-2015, 2015-2016, 2016-2017. Retrieved from California Department of Education website on 3/6/2018.
Subjects
Schools - Students
Item ID
228AF
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Subject Files
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In Newsweek's 2003 Challenge Index, of the 739 schools rated and billed as the "best high schools in America," Arcadia High School ranked #221.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
May 30, 2003
Pages
p. A1
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
May 30, 2003
Pages
p. A1
Subjects
Schools - Arcadia High School
Item ID
25826AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Schools - Test Scores

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1. State test scores. Arcadia Tribune December 15, 1971. 2. Arcadia schools' test scores high. Arcadia Tribune March 24, 1974. 3. School reading scores drop in most of County. Los Angeles Times April 1, 1974. 4. State school testing input factors bared. Arcadia Tribune March 28, 1974. 5. …
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1. State test scores. Arcadia Tribune December 15, 1971.
2. Arcadia schools' test scores high. Arcadia Tribune March 24, 1974.
3. School reading scores drop in most of County. Los Angeles Times April 1, 1974.
4. State school testing input factors bared. Arcadia Tribune March 28, 1974.
5. County releases reading readiness scores. Arcadia Tribune August 8, 1974.
6. State school tests. Arcadia Tribune December 15, 1974.
7. How students fared on tests. Arcadia Tribune November 25, 1976.
8. Arcadia students score above average on state given tests. Arcadia Tribune November 23, 1980.
9. State tests: how local students scored. Arcadia Tribune February 17, 1983.
10. California Assessment Program 1984-1985.
11. Area CAP scores results in mixed bag. Monrovia News-Post May 4, 1986.
12. California Assessment Program. 1985-1986.
13. California Assessment Program. 1986-1987.
14. California Assessment Program. 1987-1988.
15. California School Surveys, vol. 2, Los Angeles County Public Schools. "How are they doing 1991."
16. California Department of Education District Performance Report, 1992-1993. Arcadia Unified.
17. 2008 Academic Performance Index (API) Report including all Arcadia Unified School District schools. Shows population and ethnic breakdown.
Subjects
Schools - Test Scores
Item ID
229AF
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Subject Files
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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
August 28, 1961 p. 1(Aid for First Avenue and Holly Ave.)
February 9, 1947 p. 1 (Aid for Hugo Reid)
June 26, 1961 p. 1 (General discussion on Federal aid)
June 29, 1961 p. 1 ( " )
October 16, 1961 p. 1 ( " )
October 23,1961 p. 1 ( " )
October 26, 1961 p. 1 (negative vote on Federal aid)
October 24, 1965 p. 1
October 28, 1965 p. 1
November 12, 1965 p. 1
December 16, 1965 p. 1
February 10, 1966 p. 1
February 27, 1966 p. 1
March 3, 1966 p. 1
May 12, 1966 p. 1
October 13, 1966 p. 1
March 5, 1967 p. 1
July 13, 1967 p. 1
July 27, 1967 p. 1
October 12, 1957 p. 1
October 26, 1967 p. 1 (third year)
October 15, 1969 p. 1 (grant for library)
October 19, 1969 p. 1 (refused)
May 3, 1970 p. 1 (funds)
May 12, 1971 p. 1 (trustees divided over)
June 16, 1971 p. 1 (funds for reading expansion)
July 21, 1971 p. 1 (refused)
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
August 28, 1961 p. 1(Aid for First Avenue and Holly Ave.)
February 9, 1947 p. 1 (Aid for Hugo Reid)
June 26, 1961 p. 1 (General discussion on Federal aid)
June 29, 1961 p. 1 ( " )
October 16, 1961 p. 1 ( " )
October 23,1961 p. 1 ( " )
October 26, 1961 p. 1 (negative vote on Federal aid)
October 24, 1965 p. 1
October 28, 1965 p. 1
November 12, 1965 p. 1
December 16, 1965 p. 1
February 10, 1966 p. 1
February 27, 1966 p. 1
March 3, 1966 p. 1
May 12, 1966 p. 1
October 13, 1966 p. 1
March 5, 1967 p. 1
July 13, 1967 p. 1
July 27, 1967 p. 1
October 12, 1957 p. 1
October 26, 1967 p. 1 (third year)
October 15, 1969 p. 1 (grant for library)
October 19, 1969 p. 1 (refused)
May 3, 1970 p. 1 (funds)
May 12, 1971 p. 1 (trustees divided over)
June 16, 1971 p. 1 (funds for reading expansion)
July 21, 1971 p. 1 (refused)
Subjects
Schools - Finance
Item ID
4214AN
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Newspaper Index
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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
November 2, 1947 p. 1
September 1, 1971 p. 1 (equalization of State funds)
November 3, 1971 p. 1 (Loan from Los Angeles County)
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
November 2, 1947 p. 1
September 1, 1971 p. 1 (equalization of State funds)
November 3, 1971 p. 1 (Loan from Los Angeles County)
Subjects
Schools - Finance
Item ID
4215AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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All but one regular Arcadia school ranks in the top percentile of schools across California in the API ratings. A comparison to Monrovia and Pasadena schools is included.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
February 27, 2003
Pages
p. 1
Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
February 27, 2003
Pages
p. 1
Subjects
Academic Performance Index (API)
Arcadia Schools
Test Scores
Item ID
31302AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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