Board Member Mónica Ratliff and City Councilman Felipe Fuentes co-sponsored and organized the event in conjunction with the administration of San Fernando High School.
The schools were recognized for making gains in implementing California’s academic content and performance standards in English Language Arts, Mathematics, and Science.
Teachers from Santa Arts Academy, Sepulveda Middle School, and Stagg Elementary School are among those to be honored in September.
The Social Justice Humanitas Academy in the city of San Fernando was one of only five schools nationwide to receive the National Community Schools Award for Excellence from the Coalition for Community Schools.
The award is given to a new school that demonstrates promise as an emerging school of excellence based on solid planning and well-defined goals.
For 2015, the Better Government Competition sough innovative ideas to improve public safety and control costs in America’s criminal justice system.
The State Water Resources Control Board announced that thirty school districts and institutions throughout California will receive more than $30 million in funds to educate students and create on-campus projects relating to stormwater capture and water conservation.
The 2015 Army JROTC Academic Bowl and Leadership Bowl took place June 27-28 at Catholic University.
The Congress is an honors-only program for high school students who are passionate about science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM).
Thousands of job seekers attended the North Valley Job Fair in search of new jobs, new careers, and new opportunities.
The plan is intended to provide an alternate early education program in schools with closed School Readiness Language Development Program classrooms.
The spending plan reflects the infusion of an additional $170 million in Local Control Funding Formula new supplemental and concentration money to support programs for targeted students.
Univision's Clave al Éxito is a user-friendly tool for parents, guiding them on how best to support their child’s educational success from pre-kindergarten through high school.
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