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Lynwood Unified School District

  • Lynwood Unified and Teachers Association Reach Agreement on 5 Percent Bonus for 2020-21 School Year

    Lynwood Unified School District and the Lynwood Teachers Association have reached an agreement that will provide teachers with a 5 percent bonus for the 2020- 2021 school year, acknowledging educators for their unrelenting service during the pandemic. The one-time bonus is only for the past year and will be funded using the COVID relief funds the District received to provide needed student resources and services to help mitigate learning loss while supporting activities necessary to maintain the operation and continuity of the District and continuing to employ existing staff. The District and LTA are still in negotiations for the 2021-2022 school year.

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  • Lynwood Unified to Host Unveiling for Lynwood High Bullis Campus

    Lynwood Unified School District leaders, board members, elected officials and students gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Dec. 7 to recognize the upgrades and renovations to Lynwood High School after transitioning to its original Bullis Road campus. Superintendent Dr. Gudiel R. Crosthwaite and Principal Ana Gonzalez welcomed more than 30 dignitaries and community leaders to see the changes to the campus. The modernized site features new portable classrooms and enhanced labs, a new outdoor eating area and quad, and three art murals that celebrate the Lynwood Knights’ spirit.

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  • Senator Gonzalez, Assembly Speaker Rendon, and Elected Officials Visit Lynwood High School Site to Discuss Improvements Following Building Collapse

    California State Senator Lena Gonzalez and Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon walked the empty Lynwood Imperial campus on Oct. 26 to view in-person the construction failures that led to a building collapse in June 2020. Lynwood Unified invited elected officials, including the office of Congresswoman Nanette Barragan, to view the vacated site as the District explores options for building improvements while prioritizing the safety of students and staff. Lynwood Unified invited elected officials, which included the office of Congresswoman Nanette Barragan on Oct. 28, to view the vacated site as the District explores options for improvement while prioritizing the safety of students and staff.

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