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Alverno High School200 N. Michillinda Sierra Madre, Ca. 91024 
(626) 355-3463 Head of School: Ann M. GillickE-mail address: 
Arcadia High School180 Campus Drive Arcadia, CA 91007Phone: (626) 821-8370, Principal: Brent 
Arroyo Pacific Academy41 W. Santa Clara St. Arcadia, Ca, 
(626) 294-0661 Principal: Phil ClarkeE-mail address: 
Barnhart School 
240 W. Colorado Blvd Arcadia, Ca. 91007 
(626) 446-5588 Head of School: Ethan WilliamsonKindergarten - 8th gradewebsite: 
Bethany Christian School93 N. Baldwin Ave. Sierra Madre, Ca. 91024 
(626) 355-3527 Principal: James LugenbuehlE-mail address: jml@bcslions.orgwebsite: www. 
Clairbourn School 
8400 Huntington DriveSan Gabriel, CA 91775 
Phone: 626-286-3108 ext. 172 
FAX: 626-286-1528 
Foothill Oaks Academy822 Bradbourne Ave., Duarte, CA 91010 
(626) 301-9809Co-Principals Nancy Lopez and Diane 
Frostig School971 N. Altadena Drive Pasadena, CA 91107 
(626) 791-1255Head of School: Chris Schnieders, PhD 
The Gooden School 
192 N. Baldwin Ave. Sierra Madre, Ca. 91024 
(626) 355-2410 Head of School: Patty Patanowebsite: 
High Point Academy1720 Kinneloa Canyon Road Pasadena, Ca. 91107 
Headmaster John Higgins 626-798-8989 
LaSalle High School3880 E. Sierra Madre Blvd. Pasadena, Ca. 
(626) 351-8951 website: www.lasallehs.orgPrincipal Bro. Christopher Brady, FSC 
Monrovia High School325 East Huntington Drive, Monrovia, CA 91016(626) 471-2800 Principal Darvin JacksonEmail: 
Odyssey Charter School725 W. Altadena Dr. Altadena, Ca. 91001 
(626) 229-0993 Head of School: Lauren O’Neillwebsite: 
Pasadena High School2925 E. Sierra Madre Blvd. Pasadena, Ca. 
(626) 396-5880 Principal: Gilbert Barrazawebsite: 
St. Rita Catholic School 
322 N. Baldwin Ave. Sierra Madre, Ca. 91024 
Principal Joan Harabedian (626) 355-9028website: 
Sierra Madre Elementary School141 W. Highland Ave, Sierra Madre, Ca. 91024 
(626) 355-1428 Principal: Esther SalinasE-mail address: 
Sierra Madre Middle School 
160 N. Canon Sierra Madre, Ca. 91024 
(626) 836-2947 Principal: Garrett NewsomE-mail address: 
Walden School 
74 S San Gabriel Blvd 
Pasadena, CA 91107 (626) 
Weizmann Day School1434 N. Altadena Dr. Pasadena, Ca. 91107 
(626) 797-0204Lisa Feldman: Head of School 
Wilson Middle School 
300 S. Madre St. Pasadena, Ca. 91107 
(626) 449-7390 Principal: Ruth EsselnE-mail address: 
Pasadena Unified School District 
351 S. Hudson Ave., Pasadena, Ca. 91109 
(626) 396-3600 Website: www.pusd@pusd.usrcadia Unified School District 
234 Campus Dr., Arcadia, Ca. 91007 
(626) 821-8300 Website: 
Monrovia Unified School District 
325 E. Huntington Dr., Monrovia, Ca. 91016 
(626) 471-2000 Website: 
Duarte Unified School District 
1620 Huntington Dr., Duarte, Ca. 91010 
(626)599-5000 Website: 
by Ben Show 
Any good sequel shouldbuild upon the story elementsfrom the first film, continue the 
characters’ development, and introduce 
new ideas in similar a 
ways to the first. However, if asequel is the fourth film in a franchise 
and has come out fourteen 
years after the last sequel, manythings could have changed to 
make making it a good sequel difficult. 
Does ‘Jurassic World’ live upto the quality of the original film,
or will it be more like the more 
and more unpopular sequels?
Two brothers (Ty Simpkins 
and Nick Robinson) havebeen sent to the very popular andlucrative resort, Jurassic World: 
the dream of John Hammond 
(Richard Attenborough). While 
they are there,
however, a 
top secret 
project created 
by the owners of the parkescapes and wreaks havoc likenothing that has ever been seenbefore in the world of dinosaurs. 
‘Jurassic World’, while 
not having any of the charactersfrom the original film or any of itssequels, is itself a great sequel. Itdevelops the central idea from thefirst film (a park of dinosaurs opento the public) and sees it to its completion, 
presenting the viewer withnew and entertaining scenarios thathave not been explored before. ‘Jurassic 
World’ revitalized the ‘Jurassic 
Park’ franchise, while also beingthe perfect summer blockbuster. 
Sierra Madre, CA – Crowds lining the parade route for this year’sSierra Madre 4th of July Parade will be entertained in style byGooden School student band members. The fifth through eighth-
grade students will play patriotic tunes as they march the 1.3 milesof the route, lead by Gooden band leader and music teacher NadyaEwen. 

Gooden school families will follow the band in the parade onfoot, in wagons, on decorated tricycles, bicycles and scooters. “It’s alot of fun for our students, their families and parade watchers alike,”
said Ewen. 

A small town event that brings Norman Rockwell to mind, theSierra Madre parade committee touts the parade on its website as 

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“an annual tradition that is an integral part of the Sierra Madrecommunity. The hometown parade features community members,
organizations, classic cars, (The Gooden School) marching band,
kids on decorated bikes and more.” 

The parade will take place from 10 am – 12 noon, Saturday,
July 4. The 1.3 mile route begins at the corner of Sierra Madre Blvd.
and Sunnyside Avenue, and will travel the length of Sierra MadreBlvd. to Sierra Vista Park, in Sierra Madre. 

Established in 1975, The Gooden School is an independentEpiscopal school, K – 8th grade, where academics and the artscome together, in Sierra Madre, CA. For more information, or call (626) 355-2410.