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Inglewood Unified School District

LA Chargers Cornerback Mike Davis Encourages Inglewood Students

Los Angeles Chargers cornerback Mike Davis sent a 30-second audio message to Inglewood students encouraging them to maintain strong attendance. The District has launched an attendance campaign this year with a goal of each student missing no more than seven days in 2019-20. Davis challenged the District’s students to stick to the plan to achieve their goals in the classroom.

Inglewood Unified Students Showcase Projects during STEAM Day

Students at Inglewood Unified’s Payne P-8 STEAM Academy presented projects showcasing the results of their exploration of science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics during the school’s STEAM Day on Oct. 4. Parents and community members were invited to experience the projects, which included a pop-a-shot machine, foosball table, maze and other fun activities. 

Inglewood Unified to Host I-Ready Parent Workshop

Inglewood Unified will showcase its I-Ready curriculum – an interactive online learning environment – and show parents how to improve their children’s achievement from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8 at the District office, 401 S. Inglewood Ave., Inglewood. I-Ready is designed to tailor instruction based on each student’s unique needs.

Inglewood Unified to Host LA Philharmonic Concert

The Los Angeles Philharmonic will offer a free orchestra, chamber music and jazz concert beginning at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28 at Morningside High School’s Lo Hyman Auditorium, 10500 S. Yukon Ave., Inglewood. The concert will feature the LA Phil, led by Associate Conductor Paolo Bortolameolli, performing works by Richard Wagner, Duke Ellington, Aldemaro Romero, and Leonard Bernstein, plus LA Phil-commissioned works by Gabriela Ortiz and Paul Desenne.

Inglewood Unified to Host Wellness Meetings for Families

Inglewood Unified is hosting the last in a series of two-hour parent educational workshops to build healthier schools and homes at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 25 at Oak Street Elementary, 633 S Oak St., Inglewood.

Inglewood Unified Teacher Honored for Boosting Student Reading Levels

Woodworth-Monroe TK-8 Academy teacher Viviene Campbell-Herman was honored Sept. 3 for increasing students' reading levels during the 2018-19 school year. Mrs. Campbell-Herman's seventh-graders boosted their Lexile averages from 718 to 835. Inglewood Unified State Administrator, Dr. Meléndez de Santa Ana, visited the school to personally recognize Campbell-Herman.

LA Rams’ Marcus Peters Gifts Inglewood Unified Students with Supplies

Los Angeles Rams standout Marcus Peters delivered backpacks and inspirational words to students at Crozier Middle School during a visit to the school on Sept. 4. Peters urged students to follow their dreams while sharing his story of persevering as a student-athlete from Oakland. Students received backpacks, pencils and notepads.

Inglewood Unified School Provides Students with New Supplies

Inglewood Unified School District community members gifted backpacks, pencils, notebooks and other supplies during a Back to School Drive at Warren Lane Arts Academy. The items were delivered to the campus during the first week of school, which officially kicked off on Aug. 20, offering children essential tools to thrive throughout the year.

Inglewood Unified Launches District Attendance Campaign

Inglewood Unified has launched a District attendance campaign – “Every Student. Every Day.” Its goal is for all students to have fewer than seven absences per year. Staff members, parents and students will be encouraged to share their attendance successes and celebrations via social media using the hashtag #EveryStudentEveryDay.

Inglewood Unified to Welcome Students with Updated Facilities, Support

Inglewood Unified School District will welcome back students with expanded grade offerings when the new school year begins at 8 a.m. Monday, Aug. 19. Three of the District’s schools are adding grades and redefining curriculum. In addition, Monroe-Woodworth TK-8 Academy is beginning the second year of its expansion, offering intensive STEM curriculum and facilities upgrades. The District will offer increased student support through a partnership with City Year, a nonprofit that will assist teachers inside the classroom and through after-school programs.