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Culver's Twichell Accepted To Cornell (Iowa) College

Students from around the country were admitted to Cornell College for the Fall 2017 semester, including Aden Twichell of Culver City. One of the select "Colleges That Change Lives," Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa, is a national liberal arts...

 
 News    March 16, 2017 

CCUSD Named Fourth Most Diverse District in the Nation

Niche, a website that helps parents discover schools and neighborhoods that are right for them, has named Culver City Unified School District the fourth most diverse school district in the...

 
 News    March 16, 2017 

Mathletes Excel at 10th Annual Math Olympiads

CCUSD's fourth- and fifth-grade Math Olympians – or Mathletes – excelled during the 10th Annual Los Angeles Countywide Fouth- and Fifth-Grade Math Olympiads Tournament held on Saturday, March 11...

 
 News    March 16, 2017 

CCUSD Board of Education Appoints Summer McBride To Fill Sue Robins' Seat On The Board

At its March 14 meeting the Culver City Unified School District Board of Education reviewed 16 applications for provisional appointment and selected Summer McBride to fill the remainder of the term va...

 

School Board President Resigns to Relocate to Maine

The Culver City Unified School District announced earlier this week that Sue Robins, President of the CCUSD Board of Education, will be resigning her position as she and her family relocate to...

 
 By Joanna Brody    News    February 23, 2017

Recitals, Rainbows and a Rap

The three Rs -- recitals, rainbows, and a rap -- that took place last Friday night may be less than traditional. But they still signified that a whole lot of education is going on in CCUSD -- an education delivered via theatre arts. More than 900...

 

Culver City Student Helps Cal Poly Team Win

A team of Cal Poly mechanical engineering students ----- including Kota Osawa of Culver City ----- won first place and $4,000 at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers' 2016 Student Design...

 

Emma Castro of Culver City Named to Alabama's President's List

Emma Angel Castro of Culver City has been named to The University of Alabama's President's List. A total of 11,758 students enrolled during the 2016 fall semester at UA were named to the Dean's List with an academic record of 3.5 (or above) or the...

 

It Wasn't A Prank: He Went To The White House

By Cameron Shields Age 13 I received a text message from my mom asking if I wanted to go to Washington D.C. to report on President Obama honoring the Chicago Cubs with their trophy for winning the 2016 World Series. I answered with an immediate yes,...

 

A Visit to the White House

By Henry Jamrok, age 7 On January 16, 2017 I went to the White House as a Reporter for Kid Scoop Media. I went there to write an article about President Obama and the Chicago Cubs. The Cubs had won the World Series for the first time in 108 years...

 

MOM's Club of Culver City East Makes Generous Donation

MOM’s Club of Culver City East recently made a donation of $500 cash and a slew of age-appropriate toys to the CCUSD Office of Child Development. “We are so lucky to have the support of so many people in the Culver City community,” said...

 

Casino Night to Raise Funds For CCHS Booster Club

Get your Tickets Now! It's coming quickly. The Culver City High School Booster Club is holding its 10th Annual Casino Night on Saturday, March 4 at Veteran's Auditorium. Come test your skills in...

 

Culver's Seeberger Named To Dean's List

Kent Seeberger, a native of Culver City, has been named to the University of Iowa's Dean's List for the 2016 fall semester. Undergraduate students in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the College of Engineering, and the Tippie College of...

 

Culver City High Unveils School library Of The Future

Gone are the days of dusty shelves, rarely opened books and lots of shushing. Today's school library is focused on collaboration, technology and a new way of encouraging students to explore ideas...

 

Elisabeth Chu Reigns as CCUSD Spelling Bee Champ

Elisabeth Chu stood tall and confidently spelled the word T-H-R-O-M-B-O-S-I-S to take home the 12th Annual Culver City Unified School District Spelling Bee title on January 30 at Linwood E. Howe Eleme...

 

Culver Middle School's Student Improv Troupe Sets New Performances In January

Bring the whole family for fun-filled, improvised performances by Culver City Middle School's Improv Program. In its eighth successful year, the CCMS Improv Program is offering will hold five unique...

 

Culver City Students Named to Biola Dean's List

The following Culver City students were among the 1,575 who were named to the Fall 2016 Dean's List at Biola College. Biola students are placed on the Dean's List to honor those with a grade point average of 3.60 or higher while enrolled in 12 or...

 

Classroom Audio Fundraiser Aims to Ensure Students Can Hear

Parents at Culver City Middle School are holding an end-of-year fundraising drive to purchase audio systems to improve the learning environment in every classroom on campus. When CCMS teachers were...

 

Help Camp Coming to Culver City

The Help Group’s winter camp provides a safe and enriching atmosphere for children, teens, and young adults with autism spectrum disorder and other special needs. The four unique day camps, which will run in Sherman Oaks and Culver City from...

 

Culver City High Teams With Google And iLuminate For Student-Coded Dance Performance

Culver City High's AVPA Dance Program performed on one of the world's most exclusive stages last Friday Night: Google Venice Beach. But they didn't do it alone. The school's Girls Who Code club did...

 

Culver School Safe For Illegal Aliens

At its November 22 meeting the CCUSD Board of Education unanimously passed a resolution declaring all CCUSD campuses as “Safe Zones,” saying it won’t allow law enforcement agents looking to deport those without documentation on its campuses...

 

Linwood Howe Elementary Celebrates Disability Awareness Month

Shortly after Linwood Howe Elementary’s PTA formed the first-ever Special Needs Committee* in Culver City the school’s leadership seized on the opportunity to further educate the students about all kinds of disabilities, including physical, emoti...

 

WLAC Students Voice Election Displeasure

Like many other students around the nation, nearly 100 students at West Los Angeles College participated in a protest walk during the lunch hour on Wednesday, November 16. The activity was coordinated by the college’s Associated Student...

 

Two Community Events AT WLA College

West Los Angeles College invites the community to two popular annual events this Saturday, November 19. "YOU and YOUR Money ...decisions for today and the future" is a free seminar from 10:30 a.m. to...

 

A Game Show Event For Teens

The Help Group will be hosting Game Show Event. All teens ages 13 to 17 are invited to join in for our Game Show event on Sunday, November 13 in Culver City. Teens will engage in a variety of activities, which are modeled after television game...

 

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