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La Ballona Safe Routes to School Project at Community Event in Culver City

The City of Culver City and the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) Go Human campaign invite residents and visitors to bike, walk, skate or roll to Experience Elenda, a free community event to be held on Saturday, September 15,...

 

City Officials, Families Speak Out For Traffic Safety as School Begins

As millions of students in Los Angeles County prepare to return to school, the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) is encouraging drivers to slow down and look out for people and...

 

School District OKs Free or Low-Cost Meals for Students

The Culver City Unified School District has announced its guidelines for the thousands of local students who qualify for free or low-cost nutritious meals every school day under the National School...

 

Culver's Michelle Jimenez Grads from College

Longtime Culver City resident Michelle Jimenez has graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in government from Lawrence University in Wisconsin, widely considered one of the best colleges in the...

 

Culver Alum Shines at Colgate

Abel Lezcano, a Culver City grad whose outstanding high-school grades earned him a spot at the prestigious Colgate University in New York, has just received the university's "Dean's Award for...

 
 By Sami Shanman    News    July 26, 2018

'Road to Change' Seeks to Curb Gun Violence

By Sami Shanman, Age 14 Kid Scoop Media Correspondent March For Our Lives was started by a group of Marjory Stoneman Douglas students after 17 students died on their Parkland, Fla. campus in one of...

 

Culver's Castro Gets Degree from Alabama

Culver City's Emma Castro has earned her Bachelor's of Science degree in Commerce Business Administration from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. The CBA program teaches students about several...

 

Sony Pictures Entertainment Honors CCUSD Teacher of the Year Debby Ishii

For the past 20 years Sony Pictures Entertainment has awarded the CCUSD Teacher of the Year winner with a donation of $1,000 to further their inspiring work in the classroom. Debby Ishii, the 2018...

 

AVPA Artist Wins First Place In Congressional Art Competition

Culver City High School's own Academy of Visual and Performing Arts (AVPA) student, sophomore Brennan Elliott, has been awarded first place in the Congressional Art Competition. Brennan's artwork...

 

New Principal for La Ballona Elementary School

Luis Ramirez will be the new Principal of La Ballona Elementary School. The announcement by CCUSD also named Vanessa San Martin as CCUSD'S Director of Child Development. Both appointments were...

 

Commencement Ceremony at West LA College

West LA College will create history June 5; when it gives more degrees than any other community college in California. Guest speakers include State Senator Holly Mitchell; Assembly member Sydney...

 

CCUSD Ready for Free Lunches

CCUSD has created a program for students under 18, because kids need to remain healthy, connected, safe and "whole" during the summer months. It's first come, first served, and includes, not only...

 

Apply for Board Seat, LA Community College

Interested in an appointment to the Los Angeles Community College District Board of Trustees? To fill a vacancy, applications are now being accepted. Deadline: May 31, 4:30 p.m. A completed, hard copy application package may be submitted to the...

 
 News    May 3, 2018

"Tribute to the Stars" CCEF Fundraiser Saturday

"Tribute to the Stars," the annual fundraiser for the Culver City Education Foundation (CCEF), will have a new venue May 5. Following hugely successful years at The Culver Studios, the event will be...

 
 By Mathew Paley    News    May 3, 2018

12-Year-Old Attends White House Press Conference

age 12 On the morning of April 24th, I woke up at 6:30 a.m., a bit exhausted but excited for the busy day to come. My family and I arrived at the checkpoint area at the White House and awaited confirm...

 
 News    May 3, 2018

Local Students Become Art Docents

Camila Fernandez and Peri Reynaldo, students in Culver City High School's AVPA (Academy of Visual and Performing Arts), won out over 140 students to be interns at LACMA (LA County Museum of Art)....

 
 By Carole Bell    News    May 3, 2018

CC Math Students Win LA County Championship

"Mathletes" from Culver City won the 11th Annual Los Angeles Countywide Fourth- and Fifth-Grade Math Olympiads Tournament. El Marino Language School won first place in the team competition. 178...

 

Culver City Students Join PHI KAPPA PHI

Aaron Bautista and Nicole Angileri, both from Culver City have been welcomed into the Phi Kappa Phi honor society. Only the top 10 percent of senior students and 7.5 percent of junior students are eligible to join; graduate students may also...

 

What Do High School Students Care About? Part Two.

Culver City High School teacher Kathleen Rowley gave her ninth-grade students an assignment to write letters to the editor based on independent research they did on subjects that matter to them. The research was peer-reviewed by fellow students;...

 

Film 7 TV Production Program at West LA College

The community is invited to learn about the West LA College Film/TV Production Crafts program at a special info session May 2 at 10 a.m. The program, profiled by PBS and the LA Times, is unique among...

 
 By Keira Mohammed    News    April 26, 2018

12-Year-Old's "Experience of a Lifetime"

By Keira Mohammed, age 12 CCMS Student Kid Scoop Media Scooper As someone who has always been curious about outer space, it was the experience of a lifetime to get to see the newest Mars expedition, t...

 

WESTTalks Returns to WLAC

Speakers from award-winning studios Amazon and Framestore; Blizzard Entertainment; VH1's Love & Hip Hop; and others from the business, performance and academic sides of the creative world will...

 

What Do High School Students Care About?

Your high school teacher gives you a project: Find something important to you, then research the subject. Write it up, get it peer-reviewed by fellow students. Ultimately, students were asked to...

 

Culver For A Cause 5K Charity Run

Culver for a Cause will hold a 5k race on Saturday, April 14. The race will begin at 9 am at Culver City High school. The event will include food, live music, free t-shirts, and medals. Proceeds will...

 

Beyond Pre-K Holds Open House

Beyond Pre-K in Spanish Preschool held its annual Open House on Thursday, March 15th for prospective and current parents. The Preschool, which is taught in Spanish, displayed a variety of arts, crafts and projects the children have been working on...

 

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