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01/15/18 Kaiser Represents Fontana at the Rose Parade; Lynwood USD Offers Multiple Paths to Success

Fontana Unified School District’s Kaiser High School Catamount Pride Band and Color Guard received the honor of being the Premier Band for the 2019 Tournament of Roses Parade, participating in the opening ceremony and performing with pop legend Chaka Khan. Kaiser High Instrumental Music Director Anthony Allmond and Catamount band members Erica Gonzalez and Gabriela [...]

By | January 15th, 2019|California School News Radio|0 Comments

01/08/19 Inspired Students and Inspiring Teachers in California Schools

Bonita Unified School District has seen steady increases in its math and English language arts test scores over the last four years, and is celebrating the recognition of 11 BUSD 2018 graduates as National AP Scholars. Superintendent Carl J. Coles discusses the Bonita Unified mission of equity, mastery and focus on results, the District’s wide [...]

By | January 8th, 2019|California School News Radio|0 Comments

12/18/18 Disney, Theater, and Dance bring Artistic Magic to School

Guest 1: Dr. Leslie Miller, Principal Wild Rose School of Creative Arts, Sharon Naugle, Intervention Specialist Wild Rose SchoolWild Rose Elementary, a community fixture in the Monrovia Unified School District since 1921, was recently renamed the Wild Rose School of Creative Arts. Principal Dr. Leslie Miller and Intervention Specialist Sharon Naugle discuss the school’s commitment [...]

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12/11/18 El Monte Schools Teach Students to be Successful and Healthy

Hillary Wolfe El Monte Union High School District’s Director of Curriculum and Instruction Hillary Wolfe discusses the growth of Career Technical Education in the district this year and what is to come in 2019. Wolfe discusses the District’s upcoming CTE Fair, introducing El Monte students to local businesses and entrepreneurs, and introducing students to the [...]

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12/04/18 Microsoft Innovation Empowers and Football Excites Fontana USD

Part 1: Southridge Middle School in the Fontana Unified School District was named a Microsoft Showcase School in August, just one of 40 schools in the United States to receive this honor. Southridge Principal Dr. Roy Rogers, math teacher and Microsoft Innovation Educator Elsbeth Seymour and eighth-grader Sebastian Castro discuss the school’s commitment to technology [...]

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11/27/18 Robots Roam El Monte Schools and the Music Beat that Drives Van Wig Elementary

Durfee School teacher Cynthia Diaz helped launch El Monte City School District’s robotics program in January, and the results have been exceptional, with 80 students from El Monte City’s GATE program currently enrolled, and plans to double the number of teams in the next year. Diaz, El Monte City’s lead GATE teacher, discusses the robotics [...]

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11/20/18 Innovation and Education Team Up at Google Campus

Pioneer High School math teacher and education tech lead Lisa Ceja was recently accepted into Google for Education’s prestigious Certified Innovator Program. Ceja talks about meeting her fellow educators during a three-day Innovation Academy held at the Google Campus in Venice, California; working with experienced teachers in the Whittier Union High School District to bring [...]

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11/13/18 Public Schools Bring Technology and Success to Our Communities

Dr. Patricia Brent-Sanco, Lynwood Unified’s Equity Services Director, is inspiring underserved students and their families while fostering equity and cultural proficiency throughout the community. Dr. Sanco discusses the District’s three-year plan in raising the bar of achievement for minority students, as well as the department’s high-level events and conferences that expose young people to new [...]

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11/06/18 Giving Voice to Students, On-Stage and On the Street

Part 1: Gabrielino High School Speech and Debate students Starlee Hoc, Brandon Du and Kenny Le. Gabrielino’s acclaimed Speech and Debate team has won 21 straight Southern California Debate League Championships, making the team one of the top Debate teams in the nation. On Election Day 2018, three Gabrielino students share their thoughts on the [...]

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10/30/18 Learning to Protect the Streets and the Environment

Rio Hondo College Police Academy Director Walter Allen III discusses the rigorous training process that awaits new recruits, the fearlessness of first responders, the influence the Police Academy has had throughout police departments across California, and how the academy has adapted to the changing needs of law enforcement. The Paramount High School Green Club has [...]

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