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Social Media Hoax

On Sunday, a threat was posted on social media involving Norwalk High School. The Sheriff's Department investigated the threat and determined it was a hoax. School will be held as normal. The safety and security of our students and staff are our number one priority.
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La Mirada Teacher Named One of Best in LA County

A veteran visual arts teacher known for her passionate teaching and a classroom style that focuses on guiding students toward innovation and creativity has been named a 2017 Los Angeles County Teacher of the Year.

Jennifer Hodge, of Benton Middle Magnet School in La Mirada, was one of the 16 county teachers of the year who were announced September 29th by the Los Angeles County Office of Education at ceremonies held at a Universal City hotel. The winners were presented by L.A. County Superintendent of Schools Debra Duardo as outstanding educators who have served with praiseworthy distinction
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Harbor Regional Center Transition Event

How do I prepare for the transition from high school to adulthood? Come learn about transition services including local School District transition services, Post- Secondary Education opportunities, Employment support, Day Activity Programs, Supported Living Services, Independent Living Services, SSI benefits, and much more...
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Board Members Meet Young Senators

Board Members Darryl Adams, Jude Cazares and Senator Tony Mendoza pose with NLMUSD high school students who participated in the Young Senators Program at the Senator's Labor Day Picnic on September 2, 2017.
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Norwalk-La Mirada Principals’ Night Fundraiser Raises More than $1,000 for Student Scholarships

Hundreds of Norwalk-La Mirada students and their families took a trip to the Golden Arches during NLMUSD’s inaugural Principals’ Night, helping the Norwalk-La Mirada Administrators Association (NLMAA) raise more than $1,000 for student scholarships.

Students from Corvallis Middle and Morrison, Moffitt and New River Elementary schools lined up out the door of a Norwalk McDonalds restaurant on May 2, while the schools’ principals volunteered their time, working the counter, taking orders, delivering food, even going from table to table selling cookies.
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