Alerts Button
E-Alerts
Podcasts Button
Podcasts
Movies
Movies
Youtube Button
Youtube
Traffic Button
Traffic
ListenLive Button
ListenLive

Wednesday

Becoming Sunny
Becoming Sunny
High: 86 °F
Low: 60 °F

Thursday

Sunny
Sunny
High: 85 °F
Low: 60 °F

Friday

Sunny
Sunny
High: 87 °F
Low: 61 °F

school

    Newhall District To Receive Bond Money For School Upgrades

    The Newhall School District recently authorized the sale of $36 million in bonds to pay for upcoming projects at school sites and classrooms

    Hart District Set To Hold Vendor Outreach Program On Tuesday

    The William S. Hart High School District has planned a Vendor Outreach Program at the Hart District Office on Tuesday from 9 a.m. through 11 a.m.

    COC Valencia Set To Host "Fall Rush" To Register Students

    Anyone looking to enroll in a fall course at College of the Canyons is encouraged to attend the event “Fall Rush” on August 16.

    Editorial: A Message From Our Mayor Bob Kellar

    Santa Clarita Mayor Bob Kellar celebrates the first year anniversary of the DFYIT program in local junior high and high schools. The anti-drug program uses positive peer pressure to encourage students to all stay sober together.

    Sheriff’s Deputies Trained In Active Shooter Drill

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies conducted an active shooter drill as if it were the real situation this Thursday, in case such a tragedy were ever to take place in the Santa Clarita Valley.

    College Of The Canyons To Host Graduation For Class Of 2013 In Valencia

    College of the Canyons' Valencia campus is hosting its 44th commencement ceremony at the campus' Honor Grove

    Next Generation Science Standard Will Affect Santa Clarita Valley Schools

    Concerned parents and other citizens have less than a month to offer their opinion on the Next Generation Science Standards, a reevaluation on the way science is taught in school.

    Now in its second stage of development, NGSS is welcoming everyone to look at their proposed revisions and offer comments and criticism before Jan. 29.

    “I think you’ll find there’ll be some costs and modified instructional material, but the way science is taught hasn't been modified standards since 1997,” said Phil Lafontaine, California Department of Education’s director of professional learning support division and the lead in developing these new standards. “A lot has happen, we have a better understanding of schoolhow students learn and what they need to learn. So it’s time we make that shift.”