Lynwood Unified School District

Lynwood Unified to Celebrate National Parent Involvement Day

Lynwood Unified parents and guardians will receive curbside coffee, video tributes and be treated to student performances at 8 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 21 when the District celebrates National Parent Involvement Day. District schools will engage parents with various activities and workshops that offer tips on involvement.

Lynwood High Link Crew Hosts Annual Link Student Conference

Lynwood High School Link Crew students welcomed local schools on Nov. 8 for the annual Boomerang Project Link Student Conference. More than 10 schools joined to discuss practices that will help them become better role models. Link Crew Leaders are mentors and student leaders who guide freshmen to discover what it takes to be successful in high school.

Lynwood Celebrates Success with Community at State of District Event

Lynwood Unified’s superintendent and Board of Education joined students and community members during the State of the District Event on Oct. 25. Students and staff presented, celebrating achievements of the District and discussing Lynwood Unified’s vision for the future.

Lynwood High Student’s Artwork Featured in Calendar

Lynwood High School student Wendy Cuevas was selected to be a featured artist in the Occupational Therapy Training Program 2020 Calendar. Cuevas produced a rock painting that took two months to create.

Lynwood Unified Expands Spanish Dual-Immersion Program

Will Rogers Elementary School has expanded its Spanish-English dual immersion program to include fifth grade. Fifth-graders, who had been taught in earlier grades on a 90:10 model – with most instruction in Spanish – are transitioning to a focus on their first language, bridging the gap between what they have been learning and what they know to produce a 50:50 competency rate in both languages.

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.