Kelly Corrigan

Writer

Kelly Corrigan is the Web Editor for the Los Angeles Times Community News, including the Glendale News-Press, Burbank Leader and La Cañada Valley Sun.

Between 2012 and 2017, she covered education for the Glendale News-Press and Burbank Leader and is the winner of two John Swett awards.  

She studied literature and writing at Cal State University, San Marcos, and journalism at the University of Missouri.

Recent Articles

  • Applications open for 2018 Tournament of Roses Royal Court

    Applications open for 2018 Tournament of Roses Royal Court

    The Pasadena Tournament of Roses announced Tuesday it’s taking applications from young women interested in serving on the 2018 Royal Court. The women are asked to apply before participating in an interview at the Tournament House next month. The women must reside within the Pasadena Area Community...

  • Volunteers who put on Crescenta Valley fireworks show honored one of their own

    Volunteers who put on Crescenta Valley fireworks show honored one of their own

    In the three days leading up to the annual Fourth of July fireworks show at Crescenta Valley High School, the volunteers who put on the event were thrilled to see so many tickets selling. It was anticipated up to 4,000 people would be in attendance. The event, as the ticket sales suggested, drew...

  • Glendale school board eyes building for potential exchange

    Glendale school board eyes building for potential exchange

    Glendale Unified’s real estate agent this week presented an “attractive” property the school district could swap their headquarters for, following recent discussions by Glendale school officials about their intent to relocate. School officials have said that upgrading their current building at...

  • Local middle school student wins praise for flute performance

    Wilson Middle School student Sonya Siegel-Chanen won accolades from the Glendale school board this week for her flute performance during a festival held last month. In May, she performed music by the Italian composer Benedetto Marcello during the California Music Educators Assn.’s State Solo and...

  • Cerritos Elementary may become a computer science magnet

    Cerritos Elementary may become a computer science magnet

    Cerritos Elementary School could soon become Glendale Unified’s next magnet campus under a recent proposal to combat the school’s low enrollment by turning it into an attractive computer science school that equips students with coding skills. In recent years, enrollment at Glendale Unified’s southernmost...

  • Among students learning English in Burbank, there are more Armenian speakers than Spanish, school officials say

    For the first time in Burbank schools, there are more English learners who speak Armenian than there are those who speak Spanish. Burbank school officials discussed the district’s effort to help English learners develop their skills during last week’s school board meeting, when Jennifer Goldenberg,...

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