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Column Captured CLC

Editor, I really appreciated Ann Christoph’s article, “Potential Nourished With Kindness” in last week’s Independent (Letters, Jan. 31). Thank you! She warmly captured key aspects of the essence of CLC. Laia Hansen, Laguna Beach  

More Kudos for Column

Editor, I was so pleased to see the article about the CLC program (“Potential Nourished With Kindness,” Letters, Jan. 31). My son Jackson was in the program a few years ago and now my son James is part of the community. It is just that, more then a classroom – a community....

Potential Nourished With Kindness

“It doesn’t matter how old you are, even if you are a little kid, you can still take action to improve the world around you.”  That is the message of the Community Learning Center (CLC) as told to me by former students, parents and teachers. “Every child is encouraged and...

Class Notes

Suds Up to Aid Orphans Students at the Community Learning Center at Top of the World School will hold their fifth annual car wash and bake sale to benefit children at the Door of Faith Orphanage near Rosarito, Mexico, on Saturday, May 12 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  The event...

Students Recreate Medieval Art

Long Beach’s Brass Rubbing Medieval Arts Center provided CLC students with the opportunity to learn about and produce their own brass rubbing during a field trip last month.   Brass rubbing is making an impression of a church memorial brass on paper through the use of wax,...

Kids Helping Kids to Benefit Struggling Baja Orphanage

First- through fourth-grade students at the Community Learning Center will hold their fourth annual Car Wash and Bake Sale to benefit children at the Door of Faith Orphanage from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 21, in the school district parking lot at 550 Blumont Street...