Lynwood Unified community members voted on Nov. 6 to re-elect Board of Education President Alfonso Morales and Vice President Alma-Delia Renteria.
Lynwood Unified School District has announced new $1,000 scholarships in honor of the late father of LUSD Board President Gary Hardie Jr. The Gary Hardie Sr. Memorial Scholarships will benefit graduating seniors going on to study the arts or service in the military.
Artwork created by Wilson Elementary School fifth-grade students Tatiana Cato, Leonardo Guzman, Jessie Ramirez, Carla del Villar, Mario Guerrero and Isaac Morales was featured in a 3-D projection on the Los Angeles City Hall building on Dec. 31. The art appeared as part of the Grand Park and the Music Center's New Year's Eve celebration and was made possible by the Lynwood Unified school’s Turnaround Arts: California program.
Lynwood Unified served food and gave toys to nearly 200 families in need at the District’s annual Holiday Fun event on Dec. 15 at Firebaugh High School. The District partnered with the Wild Horse Children's Foundation and Giving Children Hope to provide support to families. Activities included a family portrait station and photo booth.