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Get Educated About Fracking – March 13

Get Educated About Fracking – March 13

The Los Angeles area has numerous oil fields located nearby residential areas. Oil companies want to use fracking to extract as much oil as possible from these fields, exposing the public to 12 of the most dangerous air pollutants, known carcinogens, that harm the heart, liver, brain and respiratory and immune systems. On February 28, 2014, the Los Angeles City Council took an important step [...]

NHM and DouglasPlus Offer “Birder”

NHM and DouglasPlus Offer “Birder”

A special event that includes a reading of the new comedy “Birder” by Julie Marie Myatt and a guided bird walk in the gardens of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County (NHM) will be presented by Center Theatre Group under its DouglasPlus programming and NHM on April 6 at 7 p.m. “Birder,” which is directed by Dan Bonnell, follows an accountant who, upon the discovery of a [...]

Walk with a Doc – March 15

Walk with a Doc – March 15

Walk with a Doc is a free, non-profit program open to all interested in taking steps toward improving their health. Dr Pouya Shafipour of Wellesley Medical Group in Santa Monica delivers an informative health presentation after warm up and stretching with Culver-Palms YMCA Fitness trainer, Brandon Webb. We then begin a two mile walk around the nearby neighborhood with Dr Shafipour. According to [...]

CCEF Offers Honors for Volunteers

CCEF Offers Honors for Volunteers

Supporting and educating every student at all of our Culver City schools takes more than teachers, staff and volunteers. It takes a community dedicated to our children and their future. CCEF is proud to recognize the following members of our community for their outstanding contributions. Belkin Superintendent's Award - Venice Family Clinic CCUSD Superintendent Dave LaRose with [...]

Seven CCUSD Schools Recognized for Excellence

Seven CCUSD Schools Recognized for Excellence

The California Business for Education Excellence has recognized seven CCUSD schools for their outstanding success in raising student academic achievement: Culver City High School, Culver City Middle School, El Marino Language School, El Rincon Elementary School, Farragut Elementary School, La Ballona Elementary School, and Linwood E. Howe Elementary School. After an extensive analysis of [...]

Just a Thought – Civic Duty

Just a Thought – Civic Duty

I spent a few days last week in downtown LA at the Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Courthouse doing my civic duty - jury duty. Just speak the words "jury duty" to anyone and people tend to react as if you've said "DMV" or "outpatient surgery." I found it to be an eye opening experience that made me grateful for citizenship and impressed anew with the people who have made it what it is. While I [...]

Save the Date – Casino Night March 15

Save the Date – Casino Night March 15

On March 15, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 11:30 PM the Culver City High School Boosters Club is hosting its 7th Casino Night at historic Veterans Memorial Building. Tickets for the event can be purchased from any school athletic team coach, team parent, or on-line at www.cchsboosters.com. Ticket prices are $35 per ticket. Broadly viewed as the most "fun" fundraiser in Culver City, the evening again [...]

Antioch University to Offer Diversity Panel – Feb. 26

Antioch University to Offer Diversity Panel – Feb. 26

Inspired by U.S. Black History legacy, Antioch University's Diversity Committee invites the public to gather to reflect on lessons of empowerment and resistance learned from the civil rights movement and how these may apply to the case of immigration. Discussion will focus on the intersections of immigration and key topics associated to social justice, such as education, social mobility, [...]

Kids and Tech – Workshop for Parents

Kids and Tech – Workshop for Parents

The Culver City Office of Child Development's Parent Advisory Council (PAC) and the Farragut Fan Club will welcome Lori Getz, Cyber Education Specialist, for a workshop and open discussion about our relationship with technology and Internet safety. The workshop - "Our Relationship with Technology" - will begin at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, March 11 in the Farragut Cafetorium at 10820 Farragut [...]

UPCC Offers Weekly Column for Parents

UPCC Offers Weekly Column for Parents

Hi moms, dads, sisters, brothers, and, well, everyone else who cares about a kid – welcome to The Parents’ Place! The Parents’ Place is written by the members of United Parents of Culver City, the all-volunteer parent group dedicated to making Culver City schools the best they can be. In the coming year you can look forward to articles and forums about topics such as technology in the [...]

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