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Dear Editor – Final Serve

Dear Editor – Final Serve

Please join me on Tuesday 11-5-13 in casting a vote for Kathy Paspalis, Sue Robins and Steve Levin to join on our school board. Kathy might be the best prepared school board member I have seen over the years. Not only does she come versed in the materials before her, she actively researches with stakeholders in advance. No wallflower, Kathy balances the need for information, input and research [...]

Dear Editor – Voting for Karlo

Dear Editor – Voting for Karlo

Dear Editor, We are very happy to support Karlo Silbiger for re-election to the Culver City School Board. As parents who have been very active in Culver City over the past twelve years, we have had a chance to work with Karlo and get to know him, and we understand what a great resource he is for our community. Karlo is a Culver City local who grew up here and attended Culver City schools. He [...]

Dear Editor – Mailer Considered Comedy

Dear Editor – Mailer Considered Comedy

I just saw a recent mailer titled “Our teachers agree” (pictured left) sent out by the teacher’s union. What a joke! I’ve seen that stock photo a million times. Can’t they get enough Culver City teachers to support these people to take a decent picture? I’ve looked at all the candidates’ websites. It’s easy to see that Paspalis, Robins and Levin are the ones the REAL teachers [...]

Ehrlichs to Host Election Night for Sue Robins

Ehrlichs to Host Election Night for Sue Robins

On Tuesday November 5th, after the polls close at 8:00 PM, supporters of Sue Robins’ campaign for Culver City School Board, are invited to the home of Madeline and Paul Ehrlich to celebrate the end of the campaign and watch the election returns together. Madeline, herself, a former CCUSD school board member, who has been one of the hardest working campaigners and endorser on behalf of Sue’s [...]

Make Art At Mayme Clayton – Nov. 9

Make Art At Mayme Clayton – Nov. 9

What's better than enjoying all the great art and artifacts at the Mayme Clayton Library and Museum? Learning how to make some - Sat., Nov. 9th, 11 a.m. will be the  Saturday Art @ MCLM I Print Making. Receive a special guided tour of the exhibit, The Barack Obama Story: Selected Prints and Memorabilia from the Collection of Jacqueline Hill from collector, Jacquline Hill. Learn about her passion [...]

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

SCHOOL BOARD ENDORSEMENTS, AND THEN SOME- When I found out that Sue Robins was running for CCUSD School Board, I contacted her immediately and asked her to put a sign on my lawn. I'd never done anything so "political" in my life! I did it without much thought; to me, it seemed that the teacher that my younger son thought had been one of his best would be a good person to have on our school [...]

Dear Editor – Sign Language

Dear Editor – Sign Language

I just finished reading both Scott Malsin’s and Vernon Taylor’s letters about lawn signs being removed during this campaign. I agree that this is something that shouldn’t happen to any candidate’s lawn signs. Mr. Malsin implies that this is a relatively new phenomenon and it is being done by “a political faction” who opposes Kathy’s election. I have lived in Culver City for over [...]

Halloween Safety from CCPD

Halloween Safety from CCPD

The Culver City Police Department wants everyone to have a SAFE and FUN Halloween. Here are some tips to make it a safe night for trick-or-treating: Parents should establish a specific route for their children in a known neighborhood. Parents and children should use flashlights and use sidewalks whenever possible. Children should use crosswalks when possible and not cross between parked [...]

Dear Editor – Claudia Gets Applause

Dear Editor – Claudia Gets Applause

I am voting for Claudia Vizcarra for Culver City School Board. Claudia has over ten years of experience in education policy. She worked for many years for UCLA’s renowned Institute for Democracy, Education and Access, where she partnered with parents, students and schools on improved learning conditions in schools. She is familiar with educational innovations and best practices and will share [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Researchers from Texas A&M University and the University of Texas at Austin teamed up to detect the most distant galaxy ever found—one created only 700 million years after the Big Bang. Their research is published in the Oct. 24 edition of the journal Nature. The galaxy, known by its catalog name z8_GND_5296, was observed as it was 13 billion years ago. That’s the time it took for the [...]

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