As Culver City prepares for the grand re-opening of the Robert Frost Auditorium community members reflect on its long history and the years’ long effort it took to bring the dramatic transformation of a Culver City historical landmark to...
Jayro Armenta, un maestro de español, en la escuela de inmersión de El Marino Language School tiene la reputación de ser un educador experto que demuestra gran empatía hacia todos sus estudiantes. Ha creado un aula donde los estudiantes...
  Former school principal and CC resident Tashon McKeithan, running for the open position on the Culver City School Board, celebrated the launch of her campaign on August 4, 2018, in school board member Kelly Kent, Ph.D.’s garden. A group of...
Culver City High School has earned the Civic Learning Award of Merit for 2019, a prestigious award co-sponsored by Chief Justice of California Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye’s civic learning initiative, known as the Power of Democracy; and...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Luw2OSfo04 The red carpet rolled out, on Saturday, September 29, to welcome Culver City leaders and community members, excited to be the first to experience the stunning new remodel of the historical landmark building, The Robert Frost Auditorium. The evening kicked...
On June 12, 2018, at the CCUSD School Board meeting, members of the El Rincon Elementary (ERE) school community were expected to make public comments regarding school board member Kathy Paspalis’ shocking public condemnation of El Rincon Principal Dr....
Life’s a literal stage for Culver City Unified District fifth graders, as they participate in live-theater experience in 24th Street Theatre’s education program. Poet and performance artist Linda Ravenswood (students call the Ph.D. “Dr. Linda”), who is the students’...
Culver City Unified School District will again offer its Free Summer Lunch and More program at La Ballona Elementary School, from June 18 to July 27, 2018. The program, now in its sixth year, offers a “first-come, first-served” lunch...
Op-Ed: The opinions expressed in this article are the author's own. I’ve been made aware of some disgruntled rumblings regarding the upcoming Culver City Board of Education Election. Because there aren’t a lot of candidates to choose from, the familiar...
A Plea for Special Ed Reform at CCUSD On May 8, 2018, what started as a routine Culver City Unified School Board meeting at City Hall, transitioned into an impassioned plea.  A chorus of CCUSD elementary school parents and teachers...

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