The decision by the Culver City Board of Education to approve to accommodate kindergarten classes for El Marino Language School this year,
A week before school began the Culver City Unified School District , on the excitement and positive feelings surrounding the opening of Culver Park High at its news premises.
On Tuesday, the Los Angeles Times paid a visit to the Culver Park classes in the parking lot between Culver City Middle School and Farragut Elementary to see how students, staff and faculty really felt.
The Times reported that Principal Veronica Montes spent the first day “shepherding students away from a hole in the ground, where workers were still installing phone and data wiring.”
The article also spoke about concerns raised by the Southern California ACLU Chapter that the portable classrooms may not meet school facility standards.
Click here to read the LA Times article with interviews from new Superintendent David LaRose, School Board President Karlo Silbiger, new Culver Park Principal Veronica Montes, teachers and students.