The Sylmar Neighborhood Council recognized Dyer Elementary, a California Distinguished School, for commitment to excellence in education.
With California Secretary of State Alex Padilla on campus, students at John H. Francis Polytechnic Senior High School couldn’t have picked a better time to kick off a campaign to sign up classmates to vote on Nov. 8.
The festival featured live music, a food court, kids corner, chalk art, and vendors showing the various uses of olives.
More than 150 freshmen and transfer students from UCLA descended on Strathern Elementary School, applying fresh paint and infusing college-going spirit, during the university’s eighth annual Volunteer Day.
The exhibit, displayed Sept. 7-9 in the school auditorium, included a tribute to the victims of 9/11, along with those killed in terror attacks in San Bernardino and Orlando, Fla.
Honored for their expertise, creativity and commitment to their students, seven L.A. Unified teachers were named as Los Angeles County Teachers of the Year.
The Class of 2017 will be the first to be eligible for L.A.’s Promise, which is a partnership of L.A. Unified, the Los Angeles Community College District, and the city of Los Angeles.
Messages of support and encouragement were repeated countless times as volunteers and L.A. Unified officials contacted dropouts and students at risk of dropping out during during the District’s eighth annual Student Recovery Day.
The Division of Instruction’s Arts Education Branch recently distributed $2 million dollars in arts allocations to all schools.
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The Safe Place to Learn resource package provides a range of materials to support school efforts to prevent and eliminate peer-to-peer sexual harassment and sexual violence.
We All Teach SEL, is an 11-part blog series offering quick, practical tips and tools for integrating SEL into any classroom -- no matter the subject or grade.
The purpose of this program is to honor excellence in whole- school sustainability while spotlighting replicable best practices.
The proposed location for the workforce housing is a vacant two-acre lot southwest of Sun Valley High School that is no longer used for educational purposes and is now considered under-utilized.
The resolution calls for non-school based staff to conduct the survey at high-performing schools.
Currently, school sites are individually responsible for securing funding to cover the costs of instructional materials for students dually enrolled at a community college.
Formalizes the District’s support for Safe Routes to School-Los Angeles, and the city’s long-term Vision Zero Initiative and declares Oct. 5 as Walk to School Day.