Title Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times: Glendale Unified Files Lawsuit Against Juul, Joining L.A. Unified

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By Mark Kellam The Glendale Unified School District filed a lawsuit Tuesday against Juul Labs, joining the Los Angeles Unified School District and government officials in filing litigation against the electronic-cigarette manufacturer. The Los Angeles school district filed its lawsuit on Oct. 30, while California and Los Angeles County officials announced a suit against Juul on Nov. 18. Glendale Unified’s suit claims Juul created “an epidemic of youth vaping that impedes student learning and puts the health and safety of Glendale Unified students at risk,” according to a statement released by the school district. Glendale Unified Supt. Vivian Ekchian said protecting…

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Marshall Elementary School PBIS Gold Celebration

STATEMENT: Marshall Elementary School PBIS Gold Celebration

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Congratulations to our Marshall Tigers on becoming Glendale Unified School District's first PBIS Gold School! Marshall Elementary School was recognized today for successfully implementing Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports practices to foster a positive school climate. It was a special celebration featuring the Glendale High School Marching Band performing for their younger elementary school classmates. Shant Sahakian Glendale School Board Member
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Glendale News-Press: Glendale Unified Board’s Term-Limit Discussions Pick Up Steam

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School board clerk Shant Sahakian, who’s been pushing for term limits for over a year, said he was in favor of three terms, not giving members a chance to come back after term limits are reached, while putting the issue to a public vote in November 2020. By Andrew J. Campa During a discussion by the Glendale Unified school board about possible term limits last week, topics such as three terms rather than four as well as a possible return for board members or lifetime exclusion dominated the meeting. The board met for the second time within the last two months…

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Glendale News-Press: Students Representing All Glendale Unified High Schools Raise Concerns During First-Ever Discussion Panel

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By Marian Sahakyan The high-school experience has changed significantly over the years for many students. It can be a struggle to remain engaged in their school communities. That was one of the topics brought up during the first-ever “Student Voice” panel discussion, hosted by the Glendale Unified school board. With a goal to reduce school-related anxiety and encourage inclusion within Glendale Unified, members of the panel, which included student representatives from the district’s five high schools, shared personal accounts about daily obstacles and challenges some students face. During the four-part event, topics such as belonging, school spirit, communication and attendance were…

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