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Archive for April, 2011

School Board – Red Shirts and Redress

School Board – Red Shirts and Redress

The Mike Balkman Council Chamber was packed on Tuesday April 26. Every seat in the house filled, the overflow sat in rows all the way around the room. Teachers wearing red t-shirts with the legend “Who’s Next?” were gathered with students, parents, and almost every other interested party that could fit into the chamber. Anticipating an evening of positions being eliminated, the crowd was a [...]

Dear Editor – Classified President Calls for Communication

Dear Editor – Classified President Calls for Communication

Dear Editor, The proposals that appeared on the cut list the Board of Education considered at their April 26th meeting were so unbelievably close to the classroom, and would have such a detrimental affect on our students, that they took my breath away. Some community members may feel that the board members always have the best interests of the students in mind, and that union presidents only [...]

CCUSD Preschoolers Celebrate Earth Month

CCUSD Preschoolers Celebrate Earth Month

In Celebration of Earth Month, several of the Office of Child Development's preschool classes have been actively engaging students to think about the planet they live on . Children are being taught and many of their lessons are centered around the theme "Think Earth."  Happily, it seems that everyone is getting into the act. One classroom has embarked upon a recycling project. Together, with [...]

Homes With Heart – Heather Coombs-Perez

Homes With Heart – Heather Coombs-Perez

I opened a fantastic bottle of Chardonnay the other night and marveled at the description written on the bottle – pale gold color with delicate overtones of bananas, peaches and pineapple, a soft balanced wine with classic New World tropical fruit flavors. Really?  All I know is that I liked it!  I always marvel at the sommeliers who can actually discern the  nuances of flavor contained in [...]

Vicki Daly Redholtz is a SHero

Vicki Daly Redholtz is a SHero

"I was surprised and thrilled to receive this special award. We do volunteer work for the greater good, but it is especially nice to be recognized for community work that was both enjoyable and rewarding." When Vicki Daly Redholtz found out she was one of the Sheros to be honored by State Senator Curren Price this year, she told Crossroads that it was a surprise. "I had no idea I was even [...]

Bike Time- Ride and Learn with Transition Culver City

Bike Time- Ride and Learn with Transition Culver City

There will be two great bike events on April 30, so no excuses-  If you can't attend one, we hope to see you at the other. Check the list ...helmet, sunscreen, oil can... Bike to the Mar Vista Green Garden Showcase & Launch TCC's GrassUProots Campaign  on Saturday, April 30 from  12:30 to 4 p.m. TCC will lead a bike ride to the Mar Vista Green Garden Showcase from Culver City Hall. The [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

NASA Orbiter Reveals Buried Dry Ice Deposit on Mars NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has discovered that the total amount of atmosphere on Mars changes dramatically as the tilt of the planet’s axis varies. This process can affect the stability of liquid water, if it exists on the Martian surface, and can increase the frequency and severity of Martian dust storms. Researchers using [...]

Citizens Redistricting Commission – Public Input Hearing– April 28

Citizens Redistricting Commission – Public Input Hearing– April 28

The 14 member Independent California Citizens Redistricting Commission will hold a public input meeting in Los Angeles on April 28 (that's today !)  from 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. at City Hall. The commission was created by California voters to draw state Congressional, Assembly, Senate and Board of Equalization Districts. Public participation in drawing these districts is critical to ensuring that [...]

Vox Femina – Listen to These Women

Vox Femina – Listen to These Women

Vox Femina celebrates the unique characteristics of distinct cultures and at the same time, looks beyond our cultural identities to our common humanity. Intercultural Conversations is Vox’s concert especially prepared for presentation in its home town of Culver City. The repertoire will include pieces honoring the critical role that Jewish women have played historically in preserving the Jewish [...]

Going to School? Here’s What You Need…

Going to School? Here’s What You Need…

CCUSD Pre-Enrollment Information Pre-enrollment for new students entering Grades K - 12 (Culver City Residents and students with Interdistrict Transfer Permits, approved by the CCUSD Permit Office) will be, by appointment at all CCUSD schools between now and June 30, 2011. Summer enrollment will take place at the District Office, by appointment, between July 25 and August 26, 2011. Enrollment [...]

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