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LA MASTER CHORALE, GRANADA HILLS CHARTER STUDENTS CREATE BEAUTIFUL MUSIC TOGETHER

Original orchestral piece will be performed for first time in FebruaryGRANADA HILLS, Calif., Sept. 18, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Joyful noise echoed across the Granada Hills Charter (GHC) campus this past weekend as GHC students joined members of the Los Angeles Master Chorale for a day of singing, composing, and music-making. Continue ...

Original orchestral piece will be performed for first time in February

GRANADA HILLS, Calif., Sept. 18, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Joyful noise echoed across the Granada Hills Charter (GHC) campus this past weekend as GHC students joined members of the Los Angeles Master Chorale for a day of singing, composing, and music-making.

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The students from GHC's Honors Choir and Chamber Singers worked with Teaching Artists from the Master Chorale's Oratorio Project to develop their own oratorio, a work of orchestral music with choir and soloists that historically replaced operas during Lent and focused on religious themes and stories. Famous examples include Handel's Messiah and Bach's Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248.

"The opportunity to work with a team of amazing professional artists has sparked a new level of creativity from our students," said Dr. Desiree Balfour, chorale director at GHC. "This work has already challenged and inspired them, opening up new ways to think about and approach the music they love. I'm thrilled and so thankful that the Master Chorale provided our students a truly incredible day of learning."

GHC was the only high school in California the LA Master Chorale chose to work with one-on-one this year.

"Having the opportunity to work with music professionals and showcase my ability to write music and lyrics is one of the most exciting things I've ever been a part of during my time at Granada," said Lora Rodriguez, a senior in her fourth year of GHC's Vocal Music Program.

Throughout the day, the students worked with Chorale singers; a lyricist and writer; and one of the country's leading choral composers. Together, they began writing lyrics and composing melodies and harmonies as they brought a new oratorio to life. While oratorios began as an expression of religion and belief, today they take on a full range of subjects while maintaining a strong narrative, soloists, and powerful theatrics. As their topic, the students will delve into a pivotal period in American history that they believe sheds light and perspective on current events.

Their creation will be developed further in the weeks to come ahead of a once-in-a-lifetime performance in February that will feature 10 singers from the Master Chorale alongside the students.

"In the months ahead, our students are going to gain priceless lessons in not just how to create a beautiful work of art but also in how to work together as a team focused on a single, inspiring project," Balfour said. "There is an intrinsic, almost indescribable value to music and art, which I am so glad our students experience, but these lessons will also influence many different parts of their lives, including their studies at GHC and career and life goals. More than anything, though, I cannot wait to experience what they create."

ABOUT GRANADA HILLS CHARTER: Named by the California Department of Education (CDE) as a California Distinguished School based on its outstanding student outcomes, Granada Hills Charter (GHC) is the largest public charter school in the nation and is located in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles County. As a fiscally independent conversion charter, the School has a student enrollment of more than 5,800 walking the breezeways on two sites, the Zelzah high school campus and the Devonshire TK-8 campus. Serving students in grades transitional kindergarten through 12 (TK-12), the School has an annual waitlist of 4,000+ hopeful students seeking the excellent and diverse curricular, extracurricular, and athletic opportunities of a vibrant comprehensive school. GHC's student population is one of the most diverse, with more than 40 languages other than English spoken at home and over 60 nationalities represented. Nearly 50% of students are eligible for the National School Breakfast and Lunch Program. As a 501c3 non-profit benefit corporation, the School's Governing Board is the legal entity overseeing all school policy and its $92 million operating budget. GHC is ranked "#1 Best Public Elementary School in California," "#1 Best Charter Middle School in California" and "#1 Best Charter High School in Los Angeles County" by Niche.com in the 2021 Best Schools rankings.

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Caruthers wins second girls state basketball champion, knocks off Granada Hills Charter: Live update recap

SACRAMENTO — A pair of quick and athletic guards, Emmi Almeida and Gizelle Aguirre led the Caruthers Raiders to their second state championship in five years with a hard-earned 54-48 win over Granada Hills Charter Friday at Golden 1 Center.Almeida, a 5-foot-8 sophomore, had 21 points nine rebounds and six assists and Aguirre, a 5-6 senior added 14 points and seven rebounds.Karma Paez had 15 points, Gabriella Arellano 11 and Britia Bulotaite added 11 for Granada Hills Charter (21-12).Caruthers (25-8...

SACRAMENTO — A pair of quick and athletic guards, Emmi Almeida and Gizelle Aguirre led the Caruthers Raiders to their second state championship in five years with a hard-earned 54-48 win over Granada Hills Charter Friday at Golden 1 Center.

Almeida, a 5-foot-8 sophomore, had 21 points nine rebounds and six assists and Aguirre, a 5-6 senior added 14 points and seven rebounds.

Karma Paez had 15 points, Gabriella Arellano 11 and Britia Bulotaite added 11 for Granada Hills Charter (21-12).

Caruthers (25-8) won its second tile, the first coming in 2019 in Division 5.

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The 2024 California (CIF) boys and girls high school basketball state championships have arrived. All 12 state championship games will be played at Golden 1 Center, the home of the Sacramento Kings.

The CIF State championship games continue Friday at 2 p.m. with the Division V boys basketball matchup between Granada Hills Charter and Caruthers.

You can follow live updates of Granada Hills Charter vs. Caruthers on SBLive, including real-time score updates, game highlights and much more. You can also watch the game live on the NFHS Network.

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4TH QUARTER UPDATES:

Caruthers 52, Granada Hills Charter 46 (final): The Blue Raiders from the Central Section win their second state title in five years.

3RD QUARTER UPDATES:

Caruthers 47, Granada Hills 34 (end of 3): Almeida is up to 16 points, Aguirre 13. Arrelano leads Granada Hills with 11.

Caruthers 43, GHC 32 (2:53): GHC closed to 33-32, when Caruthers goes on 10-0 run, keyed by Emmi Almeida, who drills a 3, makes an old-fashion 3-point play and another midrange bucket.

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Caruthers 29, Granada Hills Charter 24 (halftime): Gizell Aguirre with 10 points and five rebounds for the Blue Raiders, who have made 13 of 27 shots, a very respectable 48% shooting. Emmi Almeida has five assists. Gabri Arellano and Karma Paez have combined for 15 points for Granada Hills which made a nice spurt at end of the half.

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Caruthers 16, Granada Hills Charter 8: Five different Caruthers players have scored in impressive first quarter.

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Can't make it to a game but still want to watch your favorite team play live? You can watch the CIF State high school basketball championship games live on the NFHS Network:

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To get live updates on your phone — as well as follow your favorite teams and top games — you can download the SBLive Sports app:

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Hurry! More than 100 rescued bunnies need homes before they multiply

A volunteer group that rescued about a hundred rabbits from a Granada Hills home last month is under the gun to find them homes because the furry critters are starting to multiply — as rabbits tend to do — with the likelihood that the colony could soon grow to more than 300 bunnies.The rabbits, including babies, nursing mothers, juveniles and adult rabbits, are currently housed at six animal shelters across Los Angeles.The rabbit tale began on Feb. 20 when a resident in Granada Hills called Los Angeles Animal Servic...

A volunteer group that rescued about a hundred rabbits from a Granada Hills home last month is under the gun to find them homes because the furry critters are starting to multiply — as rabbits tend to do — with the likelihood that the colony could soon grow to more than 300 bunnies.

The rabbits, including babies, nursing mothers, juveniles and adult rabbits, are currently housed at six animal shelters across Los Angeles.

The rabbit tale began on Feb. 20 when a resident in Granada Hills called Los Angeles Animal Services, asking for help to capture and remove a large group of rabbits, according to a spokesperson for the city agency. The animals appeared to have been held in a makeshift pen in a backyard loaded with industrial equipment.

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On Feb. 24, volunteers with the nonprofit group Bunny World Foundation helped capture about 50 rabbits at the city’s request. The job was messy because recent rains had created a muddy scene for the volunteers who had to collect the bunnies, most of which had matted fur. The rest of the rabbits were picked up by L.A. Animal Services on Feb. 27.

The rabbits were transported to the West Valley Animal Shelter, where babies were separated from the rest and taken by the Bunny World Foundation. Over the following days, the colony was dispersed to other shelters around the city.

“We picked up all the babies, because they couldn’t really make it and survive in the shelter system,” Bunny World Foundation founder Lejla Hadzimuratovic said.

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Hadzimuratovic expected hundreds of babies among the rabbits, but there were only about nine, which leads her to believe that others were probably eaten by coyotes, owls, foxes and other predators at the Granada Hills home.

The rabbits appeared well fed, but the majority are longhaired, meaning they should not have been kept outdoors and require daily brushing to avoid painful matting of the fur, Hadzimuratovic said.

The perpetually expanding colony of rabbits are a handful for the volunteer group, which includes about a dozen people and hundreds of foster homes. The group does not have an established office but is helping the city transport the rescued rabbits to their medical appointments and coordinating their eventual adoptions.

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It’s unclear if the person who called the city for assistance will be cited or billed for the rabbit colony that flourished on their property. But it’s no surprise that the situation got out of hand because a rabbit pregnancy lasts about 30 days, meaning an adult female bunny could have a new litter every four to six weeks, according to experts.

“I understand they had two pop last night, one with eight [babies] and one with seven babies,” Gayle Roberts, a veterinarian with the Northwood Animal Hospital in Irvine said about the rescued rabbits. Roberts, who has worked with the Bunny World Foundation in the past, spayed and neutered at least 10 rescued rabbits following their arrival at the city animal shelters.

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While there is a real need to find the rabbits homes — either foster or permanent —Roberts cautioned animal lovers who might want to take in the rabbits.

Rabbit adopters must perform perpetual grooming to keep the rabbit’s fur from matting and must keep a close eye on the bunnies’ diet and poops.

If a rabbit has stomach issues, it is unable to vomit because its digestive system is a one-way street. Instead of appearing ill, a rabbit will simply stop eating and all the normal digestive bacteria in its stomach will die out, Roberts said. Rabbit owners must be familiar with this common and dangerous condition known as gastrointestinal stasis.

“You have to watch them carefully,” she added.

That means monitoring their stool and eating habits.

“It’s a little bit labor intensive as far as like buying their food and feeding them and cleaning up after them and whatnot,” Roberts said.

Rabbits also need a companion rabbit they can bond with and lots of room to play around, preferably indoors, Roberts said.

That 2-for-1 adoption deal might be just what the city and Bunny World Foundation need right now as they seek new homes.

“We have to screen all the candidates, because once people realize fostering is actually work they sometimes back away,” Hadzimuratovic said. “We depend on people’s integrity. If we’re going to pull this mom from the shelter and put her into your home, and then about a month later, you’re like, ‘Well, I’m done. Can someone else take it on?’ Well, who else is gonna take it on?”

Anyone interested in fostering a rabbit can visit the Bunny World Foundation website or email info@bunnyworldfoundation.org.

Granada Hills man sentenced to federal prison for COVID jobless benefit scam

A San Fernando Valley man was sentenced Friday to 17 1/2 years in federal prison for using stolen identities to obtain more than $1.5 million in COVID-19 pandemic-related unemployment benefits, and for stealing title to dozens of cars by presenting forged documents to the California Department of Motor Vehicles.Eduard Gasparyan, 38, of Granada Hills, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Josephine L. Staton, who also ordered him to pay $2.23 million in restitution, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.Gasparyan pleaded ...

A San Fernando Valley man was sentenced Friday to 17 1/2 years in federal prison for using stolen identities to obtain more than $1.5 million in COVID-19 pandemic-related unemployment benefits, and for stealing title to dozens of cars by presenting forged documents to the California Department of Motor Vehicles.

Eduard Gasparyan, 38, of Granada Hills, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Josephine L. Staton, who also ordered him to pay $2.23 million in restitution, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

Gasparyan pleaded guilty a year ago in Los Angeles federal court to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud.

From at least 2020 to September 2022, Gasparyan and his then-fiancée, Angela Karchyan, 39, of Granada Hills, stole the identities of victims and used them to apply for unemployment insurance benefits from the California Employment Development Department, which administers the state’s unemployment insurance program.

As the COVID-19 pandemic worsened in 2020, Congress implemented Pandemic Unemployment Assistance provisions to expand access to unemployment benefits to self-employed workers, independent contractors and others who would not otherwise be eligible for them.

After the bogus unemployment insurance benefits applications were approved, Gasparyan and Karchyan used debit cards containing the fraudulently obtained benefits to withdraw cash at ATMs. For example, on Aug. 23, 2021, Gasparyan was filmed via surveillance camera at a bank ATM withdrawing $4,500 from nine debit cards within a 7-minute span, prosecutors said.

Three of the debit cards were issued in Gasparyan’s name, while the other six debit cards were in the names of other individuals, court documents state.

From February 2020 to August 2022, EDD paid out approximately $544,089 in fraudulently obtained jobless benefits on at least 32 claims using the same address in Van Nuys that Gasparyan used as a mailing address, according to court documents. During that same time, EDD paid out about $307,012 in jobless benefits on at least 16 claims to a Granada Hills address linked to Gasparyan, evidence shows.

Gasparyan and Karchyan purchased vehicles using their own names as well as the names of identity theft victims but provided the sellers with worthless checks or bank account numbers to purportedly pay for the vehicles, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

Gasparyan and his co-conspirators also used stolen identities to rent vehicles and then caused the DMV to remove the true owners — rental car companies — from the registration for those vehicles by using forged documents.

Karchyan pleaded guilty in February 2023 to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. She is serving a 41-month prison sentence and was ordered to pay $2.23 million in restitution, federal prosecutors said.

Charter School Parents Kept In The Dark

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The arrest of former Granada Hills Charter School coach exposes how parents are often not made aware of potential dangers to their children.

You take no interest, no opinion’s too dear You make the rounds and you try to be so sincere You guard your hopes and you pocket your dreams You’d trade it all to avoid an unpleasant scene” – Billy Squier

Reacting to a post on the Facebook page Parents Supporting Teachers about the arrest of a former Granada Hills Charter School coach for “multiple counts of lewd acts with a minor,” a person describing themselves as a parent at the school says that “The school did not send any info to the parents about this!” This lack of disclosure was no surprise to another commentator who stated: “That’s Granada for you. They hide a lot from parents and the community in the name of optics and PR.”

While LAUSD policy required Granada to notify parents of the violation issued by the District, the school instead sent a watered-down letter that stated that the district, as the owners of the property, had found violations of the “Sole Occupant Agreement (SOA)”. No mention was made of conditions that jeopardized the students’ health and safety. The school was never held accountable for this lack of notification and was granted a renewal of its charter despite the fact that some of the conditions outlined in the Notice of Violation had not been fixed.

Granada is also not the only charter school that has neglected to inform parents about hazards faced by its students. In 2019, the North Valley Military Institute (NVMI) quietly settled a lawsuit alleging students were victims of “abhorrent child sex abuse”. The alleged perpetrator was an administrator at the publicly funded private school who lived with its Executive Director, Mark Ryan. Neither NVMI parents nor the community of the Sun Valley High School campus where the charter is co-located was informed of the incidents.

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