CORRECTED to reflect the correct time of the Culver City Middle School promotion ceremony.
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CCHS Powderpuff Football 2018
5pm @ CCHS Lacrosse Field and Helms Field

AVPA's Java Gala X
7pm @ Kirk Douglas Theater or on Facebook Live
More information below

CCMS Improv Shows
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SUNDAY (6/3)
CCMS Improv Shows
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MONDAY (6/4)
CCMS Eighth-Grade Exit Interviews Begin

CCUSD Superintendent Leslie Lockhart speaks at the
Culver City Chamber of Commerce's Issues & Eggs Breakfast
7:30am @ Courtyard by Marriott
6333 Bristol Parkway
For reservations and more information, please click here

Eighth-Grade Staff vs Students Basketball Game
12:50pm @ CCHS Gym

CCMS Yearbooks Distributed

CCUSD Board of Education Workshop – Multi-Tiered Systems of Support
6:30pm @ CCUSD Board Room
More information below

(continues through June 18 due to graduation set-up/tear-down)

CCHS Senior Finals Begin

FRIDAY (6/8)
CCHS ASB-Sponsored End-of-Year Dance
4pm @ CCMS Patio / CCHS Cafeteria

Below are the times, dates and locations of the promotion/graduation events
for all of our schools. Congratulations to all the students and parents who will be will be moving on to new adventures both here in CCUSD and beyond!

El Rincon Elementary School
9am on June 14 @ Veterans Memorial Building

La Ballona Elementary School
9am on June 14 @ La Ballona

El Marino Language School
9:15am on June 14 @ El Marino

Linwood E. Howe Elementary School
9:15am on June 14 @ Linwood E. Howe

Culver City Adult School
6:30pm on June 14 @ Farragut Cafetorium

Farragut Elementary School
8:45am on June 15 @ Veterans Memorial Building

Culver City Middle School
11am on June 15 @ Chabola Stadium

Culver City High School / Culver Park High School
                4pm on June 15 @ Chabola Stadium            

  For a Complete List of Events at Your Child's School, Please Visit Our DISTRICT CALENDAR and Filter for Your Desired Campus.

Class of 2018 Ready to Take Flight in the Fall
Culver City High School students are accepted and attend colleges and universities across the country and globally. This trailblazing senior class has been accepted to some of the most highly competitive universities including Harvard, Yale, Brown, Cornell, Dartmouth, UPenn, MIT, Cal-Tech, Stanford, UCLA, UC Berkeley and many more prestigious institutions.

This year’s highlights include over 10 athletic scholarships awarded, three Posse Scholars earning students full-tuition scholarships to Dickinson, Northwestern and UC Berkeley campuses and two semi-finalists selected for the National Merit Scholarship Program. One Centaur in particular was accepted to five out of eight Ivy League universities. As the class of 2018 leaves their unprecedented Centaur spirit, our rising senior class of 2019 is one step behind them with 13 students to date receiving recognition in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program (top 1/3 % nationally). As you can see, undoubtedly, Culver City High School students are sought after and recognized as inspirational role models who exude academic excellence.

Below is a list of the college acceptances for the Culver City High School Class of 2018: Bold text denotes colleges where students are matriculating . (Number if greater than 1) (*) Posse Scholar and ( · ) Specialized Program
 Azusa Pacific University (2)
Bard College
Biola University (2)
Brown University
Boston University (2)
Bucknell University
Cal Tech
Carleton College
Case Western University
University of Chicago
Colgate University
    Colorado State Univ (2)
Cornell University
Dartmouth University
University of Denver
Dickinson *Posse Scholar
Dixie State
Drexel University (2)
Duke University
 Franklin & Marshall College
 George Washington Univ
Georgia Tech
Hampshire College
Hamilton College – NY
Harvey Mudd College
Harvard University (2)
University of Hawaii
Haverford College
University of Illnois
Ithaca College
Johns Hopkins University
Kalamazoo College
La Salle University
       Loyola Marymount Univ (7)
Loyola Univerity Chicago
University of Miami
Middlebury College
Morehouse College
New York University (2)
Northeastern Univ
Northwestern Univ *Posse Scholar
Oberlin College of Arts and Sciences
Occidental College
Otis College of Art and Design
University of Pennsylvania
         University of Puget Sound
Reed College
 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Rice University
University of Richmond
University of San Francisco (4)
Santa Clara University
Smith College
USC (5)
Southern Methodist Univ
St. John’s University
Tufts University
Tuskegee University (3)
The University of Edinburgh
Vassar College
Washington State Univ
Wellesley College
Wesleyan University
Willamette University (4)
College of William and Mary
University of Wisconsin, Madison
      William Jessop University
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Xavier University
Yale University

  CA Public Universities:
 Cal-State, PolyPomona
Cal-State, San Luis Obispo (2)
Cal-State, Channel Islands (3)
Cal-State, Dominguez Hills (6)
Cal-State, Long Beach (6)
Cal-State, Los Angeles (5)
Cal-State, Monterey Bay
Cal-State, Northridge (9)
Cal-State, Sacramento (5)
San Diego State Univ (2)
San Francisco State Univ (5)
UC Berkeley (5)* Posse Scholar
· Global Management
UC Davis
UC Irvine (2)
UCLA (7)
UC Merced (2)
UC Riverside (5)
UC San Diego (6)
UC Santa Barbara (4)
UC Santa Cruz (19)
CCMS Soccer Teams Earn Championship Titles
Congratulations to the Girls Middle School soccer team, which earned the 2018 Championship Title, and the Boys Middle School soccer team, which earned its second consecutive FIYA title!

See Java Gala X in Person or on Facebook Live
The Culver City High School Academy of Visual and Performing Arts will present its 10th annual Java Gala on Saturday, June 2 at the Kirk Douglas Theatre. This benefit fundraiser for the AVPA Foundation will feature students from Visual Art, Dance, Film, Music, and Theatre in an evening showcasing the highlights of the past school year.

The lobby opens at 7pm with a reception featuring live music, an art exhibition, refreshments, and silent auction. The show begins at 8pm!

Tickets are on sale now - click here for the link!

  • $45 reserved seats
  • $60 for premium reserved seats

And if you can't attend in person, don't worry, the event will be streamed on the District's Facebook page . So, there's no excuse to miss some of the District's most talented students in action!
El Rincon Students Blast Off
Their Creations at Science Night
The Science Night at El Rincon Elementary School was a huge success! Students and families were able to participate in different hands-on science activities including creating their own rocket then launching it with the U.S. Air Force!
CCUSD Gearing Up for Sixth Annual FREE Summer Lunch Program
Because our kids need to remain healthy, connected, safe and “whole” during the summer months, CCUSD has created a free lunch program complete with a variety of daily activities for students under 18! The program, a first come/first served lunch program, begins June 18 and includes, not only free lunch, but a great line-up of activities, games and more – all for free!
  • What:  Sixth Annual Free Summer Lunch and More (the “more” is the fun part – with books, board games, special guests, arts and crafts, physical activities, etc.)
  • Where: La Ballona Elementary School
  • When: Monday – Friday, June 18 – July 27 NOTE: NO PROGRAM ON JULY 4, 2018
  • 11 am – 12:30 pm Lunch
  • 11:30 am – 1:0 pm Activities
  • Who: Anyone under the age of 18 (no forms to fill out)
  • Why: It has been proven that some students not only miss out on meaningful growth opportunities in the summer, but actually regress and lose academic, social and behavioral skills. This opportunity to eat a free healthy meal becomes even more impactful with the opportunities for students to learn, play games, connect with peers, connect with caring adults, participate in a summer reading program, and learn new skills.
The site is OPEN to all teens and children, 18 and under, and is FREE of charge. All food must be eaten on-site. Parents are more than welcome to stay and partake in interactive activities while their children eat and play. The site will be open to the public daily at 11 am and closed at 1 pm, at which time all students must clear the school site.
For more information, please call (310) 849-1731.
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Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information (e.g. Braille, large print, audiotape, American Sign Language, etc.), should contact the Agency (State or local) where they applied for benefits. lndividuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339. Additionally, program information may be made available in languages other than English.
To file a program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Proqram Discrimination Comolaint Form, (AD-3027) found online at: htto://www.ascr.usda.qov/complaint filinq cust.html, and at any USDA office, or write a letter addressed to USDA
and provide in the letter all of the information requested in the form. To request a copy of the complaint form, call (866) 632-9992. Submit your completed form or letter to USDA by:
(1) mail:  U.S. Department of Agriculture
Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights
1400 lndependence Avenue, SW
Washington, D.C. 20250-941 0;
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Please Take the Safe Routes to School Survey
Whether you walk, bike, scoot, drive or take transit, the Safe Routes to School program wants to hear your thoughts on getting to and from school.

Please take the brief survey to help the organization make the program the best it can be. Be sure to leave your e-mail to be entered in a drawing for a Menchies gift card, free week at CycleBar,Walk 'n Rollers t-shirt+ water bottle and more!

Access the survey in English  or  Spanish
Your Bond Dollars at Work
Your Culver City bond dollars are hard at work improving facilities throughout the Culver City Unified School District. Follow the latest updates on Instagram at or @measureccbond on Instagram
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