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West in the News

  • RAMS & CBS-2/KCAL-9 HONOR LAUSD's STUDENT & TEACHER OF THE MONTH: On Friday, March 23, the Los Angeles Rams & CBS-2/KCAL-9 paid a visit to Southern California’s oldest public high school, Los Angeles Senior High, to recognize LAUSD’s Student and Teacher of the Month. The entire student body filled the school auditorium for an all-school assembly to celebrate the accomplishments of senior Emma Salim and teacher Ms. Kerrie Egerton. Read More

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  • MARK TWAIN REAPS BENEFITS OF INVESTMENT IN NEIGHBORHOOD SCHOOLS:  Enrollment at Mark Twain Middle School has increased nearly 20 percent in the past three years, and parents in communities surrounding the Mar Vista campus want to know why. More than 100 parents from neighboring elementary schools packed this month’s tour of Mark Twain, asking questions about the residential school, its arts academy and world-language magnet, and its English/Spanish and English/Mandarin dual-language programs. “It is so great to have the chance to hear from parents and students about why they are so happy with this school,” said Rose Christoffersen, whose child is in fifth grade at Broadway Elementary School. “There is so much happening here with learning opportunities, great staff and all the activities. I didn’t know all of this was going on.” Read More…

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  • KENTER CANYON SECOND-GRADER TEACHES EVERYONE HOW TO DREAM BIG: A few years ago when Quinn Pruitt was learning to walk and talk, he noticed his twin sister, Emma, wasn’t able to do everything he could and wondered why. He learned she had something called Angelman Syndrome, a rare neurological condition that can cause lack of speech, seizures and problems with movement and balance. Those affected typically require lifelong care. But, Quinn has a dream that during his sister’s life time that will change. Read More…

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  • GALA RENAMED IN HONOR OF SUPERINTENDENT MICHELLE KING: The landmark Girls Academic Leadership Academy (GALA) was renamed Tuesday in honor of retiring Superintendent Michelle King, who started her 30-year education career as a science teacher and rose through the ranks to become the first African-American woman to lead the nation’s second-largest school district. Following a program that included uplifting student speeches and inspiring performances, the Board of Education voted unanimously to rename GALA to Girls Academic Leadership Academy, Dr. Michelle King School for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Read more…

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