Posts Tagged "Simon Gee"

Boulevard Sentinel, June 2012

Posted by on Jun 1, 2012 in News, Press | 0 comments

Boulevard Sentinel, June 2012

Hathaway-Sycamores Family Resource Center Helps Make Big College Dreams Come True    Download a pdf version of the Boulevard Sentinel article about two students on their way to Stanford and Bucknell with full ride scholarships.

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“Shot-at-a-Million” Raises Over $157,000.00

Posted by on May 22, 2012 in Events, News | 0 comments

“Shot-at-a-Million” Raises Over $157,000.00

  Thank you to everyone who joined us for the “Shot-at-a-Million” Golf Classic! While no one became a newly minted millionaire by sinking an improbable hole-in-one, participants and their supporters made a meaningful difference by raising over $157,000.00. Proceeds from the annual event, which was held on May 18 at the Jack Nicklaus designed Angeles National Golf Course in Sunland, will help fund educational and therapeutic-treatment programs for the youngsters and families...

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KCBS News People2Watch – Simon Gee

Posted by on Mar 9, 2012 in Press | 0 comments

KCBS News People2Watch – Simon Gee

Meet Hathaway-Sycamores Technology Instructor, Simon Gee. Under the Simon’s direction, Hathaway-Sycamores’ Computer Lab Learning Center serves at risk youth in the Northeast Los Angeles area by providing a safe place to study after school. The children and youth use the lab space and computers to complete homework assignments. The youth also receive tutoring individually and in small groups. Simon has helped many students, including Emily Cardinas and Connor Dorothy, achieve some remarkable...

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FRC Student Wins a Posse Scholarship

Posted by on Mar 7, 2012 in News, Stories | 0 comments

FRC Student Wins a Posse Scholarship

We have more good news to report from our Family Resource Center’s Learning Lab; Donald Kaplan is one of this year’s winners of a Posse Foundation Scholarship! With his $172,000 scholarship, Donald is headed to Bucknell University. Donald lives with his parents and a younger brother in a low-income neighborhood in Highland Park. Born to Nicaraguan parents, Donald was adopted by the Kaplans when he was seven years old. He came to our Learning Center a year and a half ago because his C-...

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