East Early College High School’s Black History Program on Feb. 27 was a great success. School librarian Cynthia Ramos coordinated the celebration, which included the singing of the Black American Anthem, guest speaker Attorney Elizabeth Campbell, poetry readings, performances, a
Ortiz Middle School celebrated both Chinese New Year and Black History Month last week. Students participated in both programs, which honored the diversity on their campus. Ortiz AVID students performed the AVID creed during the school’s Black History Month Celebration,
Dr. Julian Nava Honored at Ribbon-Cutting Event of a New High School in South Los Angeles Bearing his Name
The Naming Honors the First Latino Los Angeles School Board President
Ruben Cortez Jr., a member of the State Board of Education from District 2, visited Stephen F. Austin High School today to check on the progress of a new history class that is near and dear to his heart –
HISD students kicked off Go Texan Day and Houston’s rodeo season by meeting some real cowboys and their horses. The trail ride tradition was brought to life for the students as Horseshoes from the Heart drove their wagons, along with
The Los Angeles Unified School District and Unit E, Los Angeles/Orange County Building and Trades Council, which represents skilled craft professionals, have reached a three-year agreement.
LAUSD Teacher Talk, a new online collaborative learning community just for LAUSD teachers, launches March 1 – be sure to check it out!