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Students Selected for August Wilson Monologue Competition

Students Selected for August Wilson Monologue Competition

Center Theatre Group has selected 12 local students to participate in the regional finals for the 2016 August Wilson Monologue Competition (AWMC) to be held at the CTG/Mark Taper Forum on Monday, February 29, 2016. CTG will host the Southern California component of the national monologue competition for the fifth consecutive year. Using monologues from August Wilson’s “Century Cycle,” a [...]

AVPA Jazz and Cabaret

AVPA Jazz and Cabaret

In three very special performances, the Culver City High School AVPA Music program will present Jazz Cabaret: Two Acts, Two Spaces, One Jazzy Night, Jan. 22-24. The first half of the program will take place in the Robert Frost Auditorium. There, featured vocalists will perform big band hits like Moondance, The Lady is a Tramp, and Come Fly with Me with the full Jazz Ensemble. The event will then [...]

CCUSD Backpack Program has a New Site

CCUSD Backpack Program has a New Site

The CCUSD Backpacks for Kids program now has its very own website - www.CCBackpacksforKids.com "We realized that it is important for people to be able to easily find the Backpacks site to find out information and donation links," said Jamie Wallace. Since 2013, the CCUSD Backpacks for Kids program has been serving students at all CCUSD school sites, serving more than 10,000 meals to students [...]

Get Smart – Jamie Wallace

Get Smart – Jamie Wallace

University Application Form UC and Cal State Applications: SUBMIT THEM ASAP! Students: 158,146 students applied to the UC system last year. An additional 40,000 applied for transfers and graduate school. 790,000 applied to the Cal States. That is 988,146 applications flooding in, many just before the November 30 midnight deadline. Don’t wait for Thanksgiving Weekend or 11:58 pm on November [...]

AVPA Danger Zone Dance “Where It All Comes Together” This Weekend

AVPA Danger Zone Dance “Where It All Comes Together” This Weekend

When Culver City High School’s Danger Zone Dance Company considers “Where It All Comes Together,” you can’t be certain of where they’ll end up. Known for their creative dance theater work, the dance students and faculty of CCHS’ Academy of Visual and Performing Arts are up to their old tricks; inventing new, lively, and imaginative expressions of western and world dance ideas for the [...]

Blurred Vision’s “The Mental State” – Last Four Shows

Blurred Vision’s “The Mental State” – Last Four Shows

The Mental State an exciting and deeply emotional family drama that addresses addiction, faith and mental illness in our society. The playwright, drama teacher Josh Adell, raises important and relevant questions about the way our culture handles mental illness. Andrew Cady, played by junior Ben Hilsberg, struggles with school, family, and life in general; his mother, played by Carly Schiever, a [...]

Turning Point School Announces Konigsberg as Next Head of School

Turning Point School Announces Konigsberg as Next Head of School

The Turning Point School Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that Dr. Laura Konigsberg has been appointed the next Head of School beginning July 1, 2016. She will succeed Deborah Richman who, in the beginning of 2015, shared her plan to retire at the end of the 2015-16 school year after 28 years of service. “Unanimously chosen by the Board of Trustees, Laura Konigsberg was a standout [...]

Flag Football Undefeated

Flag Football Undefeated

The Culver City Culver City 6th Grade Flag Football team, unbeaten and unchallenged in the 6th grade league, moved up to face more competitive 7th and 8th graders in a D-1 League. After a minor hiccup in their first game, a loss to Ocean, the Culver City Panthers faced Park Century School Tuesday at the Culver City field. Park Century, fielding a team that outweighed the Culver City team by more [...]

CCEF Gave CCUSD $401,472 in 2014-15!

CCEF Gave CCUSD $401,472 in 2014-15!

At a recent school board meeting CCEF Executive Director Leslie Adler (pictured left) announced that in the 2014-15 school year CCEF gave $401,472 for innovative programs, equipment and support to our CCUSD schools. Adler's presentation described the impact CCEF is having throughout our school district in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics, and then introduced CCEF Board [...]

Flag Football at CCMS Brings in Sixth Grade Team

Flag Football at CCMS Brings in Sixth Grade Team

With dozens of students wanting to play Flag Football, the Culver City Middle School decided to field its first ever 6th Grade Flag Football team. This season, more than 30 incoming 6th graders signed up to play seven on seven flag football. An additional 30+ tried out for the 7th/8th grade team. The 6th grade team is led by Coach Maurice Shaw. Coach Shaw set a high school record for El Camino [...]

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