Congratulations to El Rincon Elementary School and Culver Middle School for being named a 2018-2019 Los Angeles County Top Public School for Underserved Students.
Innovate Public Schools recognized both CCUSD schools at an awards reception May 4 at the University of Southern California.
The organization’s Top Public Schools for Underserved Students report highlights those schools closing the achievement gap for low-income African American and Latino students in Los Angeles County. To qualify, schools must beat the statewide average in one or more factors including math and reading scores, and college eligibility rates, and suspension data.
Photo – School Board member Summer McBride with El Rincon Principal Dr. Cassandra Ziskind and CCMS Principal Elsy Villaffranca