La Verne Magazine
Vol. 23, No. 1
Winter 1999

"Education in La Verne"

Despite the responsibilities Principal Albert Caheque has at Eckstrand Elementary School, he still finds time to listen to his students. Third grader Anjelica Russell captures him with tales of Thanksgiving. Caheque says the best part is playing a role in the education process and being surrounded by people who love their jobs.

Photography by Ian Gratz


From the Editor...

by Araceli Esparza

Encouraging Growth Through Individuality, Confidence, Pride

by Araceli Esparza
photography by Scott Harvey

In Service: Five Citizens Guide the BUSD

by Robert Parry
photography by Scott Harvey

Students Reap Benefits of 20:1 and Proposition 227 ... Or Do They?

by Erin Grycel
photography by Michael P. Bailey

From Tricycles and Merry-Go-Rounds to Bits, Bytes and Modems

by David Serbin
photography by Alen Zilic

Claws, Tails, Wings and Fun: A Look Behind the School Spirit Mask

by Jeannette Gano
photography by Isela Peña

Uniforms Sew Unity, Success

by Jeannette Gano

BUSD Superintendent Leads Students Into Next Millennium

by David Serbin
photography by Summer Herndon

Jaeger Helps Adolescents Through Wonder Years

by Erin Grycel
illustration by Stephanie Lesniak

Caheque Leads Eckstrand Students

by David Serbin
photography by Ian Gratz

How Time Has Changed the Lives of Five Bonita Alumni

by Erin Grycel
photography by Veero Der-Karabetian

PTA Contributes A+ Efforts to Educational Needs, Achievements

by Jeannette Gano
photography by Summer Herndon

$56 Million and Not a Cent to Spare

by Robert Parry
photography by Veero Der-Karabetian

Booze ... A Little Goes a Long Way at Bonita

by Jeannette Gano
photography by Ian Gratz

What was the Best or Worst Thing You Learned in School?

by Araceli Esparza
photography by Isela Peña

Nickels, Dimes and Quarterbacks

by Robert Parry
photography by Laura Ambriz

His Dream is Still Alive

by David Serbin
photography by Michael P. Bailey

Crossing the Boundaries of BUSD

by Araceli Esparza
photography by Scott Harvey


Hailing atop its throne, the San Dimas High School mascot takes advantage of an opportunity to step out of its lair for a stretch. Like graffiti embedded on a street wall, the spirit of mascot April Branam and other SDHS students is difficult to conceal.

Photography by Isela Peña


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