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Congratulations to Beethoven Elementary who has been named a 2017 Mix It Up Model School.  Mix It Up Model Schools embrace respect and inclusiveness as core values—they “mix it up” all year long. These schools have done an exemplary job of organizing, publicizing and implementing Mix It Up at Lunch Day. By sharing their recipes for success, Model Schools are beacons for other schools striving for inclusiveness.
 
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NEA Black Issues Conference

UTLA is hosting this year’s Annual NEA Black Issues Conference, April 21st – 23rd at the Renaissance Hotel LAX.   Please note that the deadline to register is, March 20th.
Click here for Flyer #1 and Flyer #2.
Marina Dance Team won 1st place in the regional dance competition.
 Thank you Ms. Farris for making our girls shine.
 
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West in the News

  • CEDARS-SINAI PARTNERS WITH L.A. CLIPPERS TO INSTILL HEALTHY HABITS IN CARSON-GORE ACADEMY: Cedars-Sinai partnered with the Los Angeles Clippers to host an afternoon of healthy habits for the students of Carson-Gore Academy of Environmental Studies, one of the newer additions to the LAUSD schools nestled in the heart of Los Angeles. Read More…

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  • WESTCHESTER STUDENTS EXPLORE AVIATION CAREERS AT LAX: At LAX, fifth graders from Cowan Ave. Elementary School in Westchester participated in an aviation career day. Read More…

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  • GRAND VIEW’S NEW COMPUTER LAB REFLECTS LEGACY OF HOPE, GENEROSITY:  As he drove one day past Grand View Boulevard Elementary School, sports radio personality Steve Mason realized he could fulfill his goals of making a difference in the community while also honoring the memory of his recently deceased father. “I live in this neighborhood and I drove to this school and said, ‘I want to do something concrete,’” Mason recalled. “The principal said, ‘Well, we’re working on a computer lab,’ and I said, ‘Let me get that done.’” Read More…

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