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Meadows Elementary: The Alumni

  During this time in the academic year, students across Southern California are graduating from their respective high schools. It is a time of unrestricted jubilance and serious reflection. Who and what do high school graduates credit their success toward? There’s a multitude of possible answers. The development and growth offered by elementary schools is…
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Connor Layden

June 6, 2015

 

During this time in the academic year, students across Southern California are graduating from their respective high schools. It is a time of unrestricted jubilance and serious reflection. Who and what do high school graduates credit their success toward?

There’s a multitude of possible answers. The development and growth offered by elementary schools is undoubtedly one of them. From a very young age, children are guided by the academic and character shaping that elementary schools pride themselves with.

Mira Costa High’s class of 2015 will be graduating within a couple of weeks. The Parent Teacher Assn. of the Manhattan Beach Unified School District felt the need to show the future students of Meadows Elementary what their school can prepare them for. The local Meadows Elementary invited past students, now graduating from schools like Mira Costa and Orange County School of the Arts, to come visit Meadows and share some of their memories, experiences, and advice.

– Connor Layden and Jimmy Shaw

A day in the life of Coleman Crow

A day in the life of Coleman Crow

Baseball players choose to devote their time differently, some follow a strict routine and others are more relaxed. For Rocket City Trash Pandas pitcher, Coleman Crow, his schedule is based on a routine.  “I feel like if I knock everything off my checklist, I'm going...