The event will be hosted by the school’s Wavecatchers Club (radio waves, that is) and will include members of the Los Angeles Astronomical Society with their powerful telescopes (weather permitting), Astronomy Live! with hands-on space activities, and the Wavecatchers collecting radio signals from Jupiter. In addition, scientists from NASA’s Jet Propulsion laboratory will be on hand to answer all of your space questions.The event is free and open to the public. It will be an out-of-this-world evening!
On a Wednesday afternoon, March 16 in the auditorium of the Culver City Middle School, the school board met to vote on only one item; the confirmation of Patti Jaffe as the Superintendent of Schools. …[READ MORE]
More than 55 Culver City middle schoolers will light up the stage and dance and sing their way into our hearts when the Culver City Middle School (CCMS) Musical Theatre (a program of Panther Partners) …[READ MORE]
The first Creekside Native Learning Garden Planting Day will be this Saturday, April 17, 9 a.m.-noon. Between the Culver City Middle School buildings and the high school baseball diamond, and alongside the bike path fence. …[READ MORE]