The Culver City Education Foundation granted a grant to Shelia Silver from CCHS for a 40 minute theatre production for K-5 called “Cootie Shots–Theatrical Inoculations against Prejudice and Bigotry.” Working hand in hand with the district’s Anti-Bullying Task Force, CCHS students created the production which supports the program developed by the Human Resources and Services Administration, which has been adopted by CCUSD. The students of CCHS performed for three of the elementary schools. The goal was to bring positive messages and role models to “inoculate” the elementary students at an early age. The students really enjoyed the performance and the message was heard loud and clear.
The Culver City Unified School District Board of Education is currently seeking applications to establish a Citizens’ Oversight Committee as required by the passage of Measure EE Parcel Tax and Board Resolution 4/2010-2011 approved on …[READ MORE]
A team from Culver City High School has been recruited to present at an upcoming conference addressing “Closing the Achievement Gap for African American Students: Best Practices for Student Success” sponsored by the Association of …[READ MORE]
“Why would you want to stay where you’re not wanted?” Culver City High School Drama teacher AVPA Director Sheila Silver’s expressive eyes were slightly wet, although from emotion or just exhaustion it was hard to …[READ MORE]