The State of California has changed the way education is funded and your input is needed! California now requires school districts to develop a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP brings students, teachers, parents, community members, and public agencies together to collaborate to determine the goals, actions, and budget priorities for school districts. Your […]
Inglewood Unified School District offers smaller class sizes, after-school care, preschool, a variety of extra-curricular and sports programs, a Spanish/English dual-immersion language academy and much more! All Inglewood Unified schools are accepting applications for all grade levels. Find out how to enroll your child in IUSD and download an application form (in English or Spanish) today: Enrollment form (English) Enrollment […]
The students inside the Inglewood High School auditorium huddled in front of mirrors with unflattering and hurtful words affixed to their clothing. Just a few moments earlier, inspirational speaker Dee Hankins had asked them to think about how they’d been unfairly labeled, stick the words to their shirts, and take a look in the mirror. […]
Students at Oak Street Elementary welcomed a special visitor to campus to celebrate the school’s recent win in the Trash-Free Lunch Challenge. Cameras flashed, music blared and students cheered on Tuesday, April 21, as Steve Nash of the LA Lakers presented the school with a $1,000 check for its efforts to reduce trash at lunchtime. The contest, sponsored by the environmental group Grades […]
The Morningside Monarch Alumni Association (MMAA) has teamed up with Clothes for the Cause to collect clothing, shoes, hats, linens and more for a high school fundraiser. Clothes for the Cause pays fundraising groups per pound for the clothes they collect, allowing the items to be re-worn, recycled or repurposed. The MMAA’s goal is to round up 20,000 […]
Two new murals have been added to the Bennett-Kew Elementary School campus thanks to the hard work and support of faculty, parents, volunteers and community partners, including Inglewood City Councilman Ralph Franklin. The school celebrated the completed paintings at a ceremony on Tuesday, April 14. These murals join five others beautifying the outdoor space at Bennett-Kew.
NOTICE OF PROPOSED ADOPTION OF A SCHOOL FACILITIES NEEDS ANALYSIS INCLUDING THE ADOPTION OF LEVEL TWO MITIGATION FEES ON RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT AND STATUTORY MITIGATION FEES ON RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT GOVERNMENT CODE SECTIONS 65995, 65995.5 and 65995.7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the State Administrator and Advisory Board of the Inglewood Unified School District […]