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Lynwood Unified School District

City of Lynwood Appoints ‘Kid Mayors’ at 12 Lynwood Unified Schools

Twelve students at Lynwood Unified schools were honored by the Lynwood City Council on Oct. 15 with appointments as “Kid Mayor.” The “Kid Mayor” program was created by Lynwood Mayor Jose Solache to inspire more young people to get involved in public service. All 12 will get the opportunity to ride on the Lynwood city float during the Candy Cane Lane Parade on Dec. 6.

Lynwood High School Students Explore Classic Art during Getty Center Trip

Vista High School students strolled the grounds of The Getty Center while learning lessons about Greek, Roman and Etruscan art during a field trip on Oct. 8. A tour guide accompanied the students to provide information about the works of art.

Lynwood Unified to Hold Community Cleanup Event

Lynwood Unified will team with community members to beautify Washington Elementary School from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 21. The school is at 4225 Sanborn Ave., Lynwood.

Lynwood Unified Holds College and Career Conference

Lynwood Unified inspired students to pursue college and career pathways during the 20th annual College and Career Conference on Sept. 7 at Firebaugh High School. The conference featured college workshops and representatives from universities.

Lynwood Unified Celebrates New District Athletic Field with Ribbon-cutting Ceremony

Lynwood Unified student-athletes joined Board of Education members and elected officials to celebrate a new District athletic field during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sept. 12 at Lynwood Middle School. The field will host athletic programs from Firebaugh High School and Lynwood Middle School, along with other District functions. The nearly $2.5 million project began in February 2018 and features bleachers, an all-weather track, CIF-competitive field, goal posts and updated fencing.

Lynwood Unified to Unveil New District Athletic Field

Lynwood Unified will unveil a state-of-the-art athletic field designed to boost performance and safety for student-athletes across the District. The field will host athletic programs from Firebaugh High School and Lynwood Middle School along with other District functions. The layout features new bleachers, a track, field, goal posts and updated fencing. Lynwood Unified Superintendent Gudiel R. Crosthwaite, Board of Education President Gary Hardie and local elected officials will attend a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the field’s opening. The Firebaugh and LMS bands will perform; guests will tour the grounds.

Lynwood Unified to Hold College and Career Conference

Lynwood Unified will inspire students to pursue college and career paths during the 20th annual College and Career Conference from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 7 at Firebaugh High School, 5246 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Lynwood. The conference will feature college workshops and representatives from universities.

Lynwood Unified Elementary Honored for Behavioral Program

Wilson Elementary School has been recognized by the California Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Coalition for successfully implementing the PBIS program. The school has been identified as a silver medal school and will have its name displayed on the California PBIS Coalition webpage and posted at the fourth annual California PBIS Conference in Sacramento on Oct. 28-29. PBIS awards gold, silver and bronze distinctions to schools that successfully execute the program.