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Glendale News-Press: Glendale School Board Eyes Building for Potential Exchange

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By Kelly Corrigan Glendale Unified’s real estate agent this week presented an “attractive” property the school district could swap their headquarters for, following recent discussions by Glendale school officials about their intent to relocate. School officials have said that upgrading their current building at 223 N. Jackson St. would cost anywhere from $15 to $20 million. Demolishing their building altogether and constructing a new one would cost about $30 million, according to Re/Max Realtor Sam Manoukian. A new building would not fix administrators’ parking crunch, Manoukian added, which can leave them searching for spaces on surrounding residential streets or parking…

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Glendale News-Press: Kiwanis Club Helps Students Pursue Educational Goals

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By Joyce Rudolph Parents, school administrators and counselors watched proudly as the Glendale Noon Kiwanis Club presented students with scholarships during a recent luncheon meeting. Those students are John Bandek and Meetkumar Patel, both from Clark Magnet High School; Brooke Sasaki, Edelene Zamora and Kristine Necor, all from Holy Family High School; Zean Mojica and Edgar Delgadillo, both from Glendale High School; Jayleen Ramos and Vivica Rush, both from Hoover High School; and Raffi Terteryan and Kristin Dermenjian, both from Glendale Community College. Bandek plans to attend Glendale Community College and transfer to USC, where he intends to study radiology. Patel has been accepted to Cal State Fullerton and San Diego State University. He plans to major in…

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