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Norwalk-La Mirada Unified Students Honored in State Photography Contest

Norwalk-La Mirada Unified Students Honored in State Photography Contest Featured Photo
Benton Middle School seventh-grader Genesis Sandoval laid down in the middle of the cracked and empty road on the way to Mt. Baldy and snapped a photo of the lanes stretching out into the distance, believing the image encapsulated the essence of exploration and its many possibilities. Organizers of the 2017 CaliforniaStreaming Digital Photography Contest agreed, choosing Sandoval’s photo as one of its eight winners from among hundreds of entries.

Norwalk High Junior Triumphs at Lions Club Student Speaker Contest

Norwalk High Junior Triumphs at Lions Club Student Speaker Contest Featured Photo
NORWALK, CA - Norwalk High School junior Alyssa Bernal is a step closer to her dream of attending an Ivy League law school, earning $500 in scholarships after strong performances in a series of preliminary competitions leading up to the 80th annual Lions Club Student Speaker Contest. Bernal, who wants to be the first female chief justice of the Supreme Court, will use the money to attend the Yale University Young Global Scholars pre-collegiate summer program in June.

Sanchez Elementary Students Celebrate National Arbor Day, Plant Trees at Norwalk Park

Sanchez Elementary Students Celebrate National Arbor Day, Plant Trees at Norwalk Park Featured Photo
NORWALK, CA – Sanchez Elementary fifth-graders took up gardening gloves and shovels on April 25 as they joined Norwalk city workers and officials in planting 25 Golden Medallion trees at Hermosillo Park in honor of National Arbor Day. “This is important for students to see how they can make a positive impact on their environment,” teacher Michelle Kibic said. “It’s beautiful that the students can plant the trees and come back years later to see how their work has grown.”

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