Scholastic Art & Writing Awards"Hello, I'm Sherry Fan, the artist of 'Sun' and I have been passionate about art ever since I was three years old. I chose to compete because I wanted a new challenge since I normally just draw recreationally and I wanted people other than my friends and family to see my work. I'm very proud...
|Posted on: 3/16/2017 2:09 PM||Comments (0)|
Sign Up Today! June 19 - July 14Clairbourn's Summer Advantage Program offers outstanding opportunities for adventure and enrichment both inside and outside the classroom. Preschool through sixth grade students have ample opportunity...
|Posted on: 1/31/2017 3:06 PM||Comments (0)|
Author of the Jim Morgan Book SeriesAdventure-series writer James Raney didn't have plans to become a writer. He grew up in an army family, moved around a lot, and relied on books for his entertainment while trying to make new friends after each move. His mom bought him books...
|Posted on: 10/20/2016 1:11 PM||Comments (0)|
Dolomite and Vinegar Create a "Popcorn Rock"First grade student Isaac C. returned from a family vacation to Death Valley with a "popcorn rock" to share with his classmates. Read the full post to see what happened when his class put the rock into a bowl of vinegar for five weeks.
|Posted on: 4/19/2016 12:37 PM||Comments (0)|
Providing Next Generation Science KitsSan Marino Rotary Charities provided two $500 William G. Steele Mini-Grant Awards for Clairbourn teachers Kimberlee Maltbie and Jorie Pletcher in third and second grades respectively...
|Posted on: 11/2/2015 11:50 AM||Comments (0)|
Clairbourn school has an unusual addition to its student body this year, a pair of Canada geese! Over the spring break when the campus was completely quiet, a pair of migrating birds took note of the school's newly refurbished swimming pool and athletic field.
|Posted on: 4/30/2015 1:40 PM||Comments (0)|
Being located in Southern California has its advantages!
|Posted on: 4/30/2015 1:39 PM||Comments (0)|
Clairbourn's own Coach John Paciorek is the subject of a new book called "Perfect: The Rise and Fall of John Paciorek, Baseball's Greatest One-Game Wonder" by Steven K. Wagner.
|Posted on: 4/29/2015 10:45 AM||Comments (0)|