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architectureTALKS – 3rd Site-Specific Event from Cultural Affairs

architectureTALKS – 3rd Site-Specific Event from Cultural Affairs

The Culver City Cultural Affairs Foundation presents its third architectureTALKS, a fundraiser to benefit Veterans Memorial Auditorium, on Sunday, June 7th from 2 - 4 p.m. The event invites guests into the creative environment at wHY, one of Los Angeles’ most in-demand architecture and design firms, located in Culver City. A discussion that focuses on how architecture and design serves people [...]

Black Belt Awarded to Mollner

Black Belt Awarded to Mollner

Culver City Parks, Recreation and Community Services Division Shotokan Karate-Do Class is pleased to announce the promotion of Amaya Mollner to Sho-Dan (1st Degree Black Belt). Class members congratulate Weihang Zhao Sempai (Senior) upon her graduation from William and Mary Law School (JD, Class of 2015). The complete catalog of PRCS programs is available on the Culver City website, [...]

Students Organize and Donate for Lin Howe Book Drive

Students Organize and Donate for Lin Howe Book Drive

Three Linwood E. Howe Elementary School fifth-graders looked at the books they had outgrown gathering dust on the shelves and decided they could put them to better use. So, Jasmine Martinez, Andrea Mazarigo and Emily Kawano organized a book drive the benefit preschool students at the CCUSD Office of Child Development. "A bunch of us had extra books that we used to read, but we don't anymore," [...]

Summer Parks & Rec Programs Online Registration

Summer Parks & Rec Programs Online Registration

The Summer 2015 edition of the Culver City Living recreation brochure is now available online at www.culvercity.org/CulverCityLiving. Please check out the latest brochure to learn more about the wide variety of exciting summer programs and activities being offered for all ages. Resident registration begins May 30th! We look forward to serving you and having you in our programs. Please call [...]

School Traffic Gets a Redirect

School Traffic Gets a Redirect

Working with the City of Culver City and the Culver City Police Department, Culver City Unified School District is implementing new traffic patterns on Elenda Street in front of the Culver City High School and Middle School complex. “We know pick-up and drop-off times in this area can be busy and chaotic,” said Superintendent Dave LaRose. “Our primary concern is student safety, and we [...]

City to Review Proposed Budget

City to Review Proposed Budget

The City Council, Culver City Housing Authority Board, Culver City Parking Authority Board, and Successor Agency to the Culver City Redevelopment Agency Board shall hold Consolidated Special Meetings on Monday, May 18, 2015 at 4:00 for the purposes of reviewing the City Manager's/Executive Director's Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 2015/2016. The meeting will take place at Culver City City Hall

For Great Schools – Scott McVarish

For Great Schools – Scott McVarish

We have great schools here in Culver City. Can they be better? Yes. How do we make that happen? This blog series and accompanying videotaped interviews proposes to find out. Our first interview was with Culver City Unified School District (CCUSD) Board Member, Steve Levin ( pioctured left.). Steve is the former president of the United Parents of Culver City (UPCC) and has three children in CCUSD [...]

Meeting for Kronenthal Park Neighbors June 2

Meeting for Kronenthal Park Neighbors June 2

At the Regular Meeting of the City Council held on Monday, May 11, 2015, the City Council received public comment from Syd Kronenthal Park neighborhood residents voicing concern about the recently installed playground equipment. Based upon the input from the neighborhood, the City Council directed the City Manager to arrange for a Special Meeting of the City Council, the Parks, Recreation, and [...]

CCMS Girls Softball Takes the Championship

CCMS Girls Softball Takes the Championship

On May 7, the Culver City Middle School Girls' Softball Team's season came to an end with a win in the Championship Game! The Panthers finished with a perfect 10-0 season and capped it with the Delphic League Championship. The first Delphic League Championship ever for Culver City Middle School. Led by 8th grade pitcher, Marisa Mejia, the Panthers defeated Harvard Westlake 14 to 2. Mejia, [...]

Art Partners Benefit Education – CCUSD in Top Category in LA County Schools

Art Partners Benefit Education – CCUSD in Top Category in LA County  Schools

A large body of research shows that high quality arts education is associated with a wide range of benefits including improved academic performance, better standardized test scores, increased involvement in community service and lower dropout rates. A recent report from the Los Angeles County Arts Commission looked at the arts in Los Angeles County public schools. Among its findings was the [...]

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