Tuesday morning report, Oct. 20

Five things to know this Tuesday morning: 

1.) Warren High's latest campus newsletter is out, and can be read online here


2.) At St. Mark's School, preschoolers are collaborating with 7th and 8th graders on a STEM project sponsored by Goodyear. 


3.) The Press-Telegram says that St. John Bosco's football team is "looking like national title contenders." 

"Not surprisingly, this week the Braves are ranked No. 2 in the nation by both MaxPreps.com and USA Today. Both polls have them behind only Bishop Gorman of Las Vegas.

"After a start that has seen them outscore opponents 424-88, the Braves are understandably drawing comparisons to their 2013 team that won the national title."

The same story also previews the Downey-Warren match-up scheduled for this Friday night. 

"The Bears are the surprise story of the year, as Raul Lara has taken Warren from cellar-dweller to legitimate title contender in just one season. With title implications and a city rivalry at stake, Friday’s game should be as big as it gets."


4.) I don't think I've ever noticed this 1881 house in downtown Downey. Probably driven past it a million times, but never noticed it. 


5.) The TLC Family Resource Center is now accepting vendors and sponsors for its fourth annual 5K Run/Walk, taking place Feb. 27, 2016. The walk will be held at Furman Park. 

Vendor spaces are $30, and includes a table and two chair. Sponsorships range from $50 (bronze) to $1,000 (diamond). 

For more information, call TLC at (562) 904-3577 or go to dusd.net/tlc