Lynwood Unified School District’s Washington and Wilson elementary schools showcased new safety features and upgraded facilities during grand openings and ribbon-cutting ceremonies on May 25. District Board members, administrators and the Washington and Wilson school communities gathered for outdoor events to celebrate the improvements, which included: lobby areas that provide a safe buffer between visitors and staff, security cameras and control systems that require visitors to buzz in and be identified before entering the office, and updated fire alarm systems.
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.
Senator Gonzalez, Assembly Speaker Rendon to visit Lynwood High School Site to Discuss Needed Improvements
Senator Lena Gonzalez and Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon will tour the Lynwood High School Imperial Campus, the site of a building collapse back in June 2020, to experience the impact of the construction failure on the educational community and discuss improvements needed at the site. Lynwood Unified Superintendent Gudiel Crosthwaite will be joined by members of the Board of Education to tour the state leaders around the Imperial Campus, which no longer hosts students as the District explores options for improvement while prioritizing the safety of students and staff.
Founder of Groundbreaking Compton Health Bar Dani Solorio to Virtually Visit Elementary School to Share New Recipe
Compton Health Bar founder Dani Solorio, who has been featured on the CBS show “Destination LA” and Telemundo for bringing organic remedies to her community, will virtually visit Lugo Elementary School to share a new recipe while inspiring students to make healthy choices and find success in entrepreneurship. Solorio will appear via Zoom as a part of a special Lugo parent meeting while demonstrating how to make a recipe for “Fire Cider,” a natural way to boost your immune system for the flu season.