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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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Norwalk-La Mirada Unified Launches Sixth Middle School College and Career Center

Los Alisos Middle School’s Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) students rapped motivational verses to celebrate the opening of their college and career center.

“The college and career center is going to give students ideas on where they want to go, who they want to be and what they want to do,” AVID eighth-grader Daisy Esquivel, 14, said. “I think the center will impact the younger students – I didn’t think about going to college until I was in eighth grade.”
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Provisional Board Member Appointment Notice

On May 22, 2017, the Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District, Board of Education took action to appoint Jude Cazares to fill the vacancy created by Margarita Rios’ resignation. Ms. Rios was elected to the Norwalk City Council on March 7, 2017. On April 5, 2017 she submitted her resignation from the Board of Education effective April 11, 2017.

Mr. Cazares’ appointment is provisional for 30 days and becomes effective thereafter unless a petition calling for a special election, containing a sufficient number of signatures, is filed with the Los Angeles County Office of Education.

See attached press release
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City of Norwalk Community Forum

The Norwalk City Council wants to hear from you. And, to make it more convenient and easier to attend, the city is bringing the meeting to a neighborhood near you.

Tuesday, August 22 at 6 p.m.
Sanchez Elementary School Multi-Purpose Room
11960 162nd St.

Click for flyer details in English and Spanish
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Norwalk-La Mirada Unified Hosts Career Exploration Night, Includes Microsoft Coding Workshops

Norwalk-La Mirada Unified students from all grade levels connected with potential career pathways through an online assessment of their interests and strengths and tested their physical fitness with the Army by doing pull-ups at the District’s inaugural Career Exploration Night.

Freshman Margaret Zavala from Southeast Academy, a District military and law enforcement high school, volunteered at the event.
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Norwalk-La Mirada Unified Class of 2017 Visits Elementary Schools in Caps and Gowns

La Mirada High School Class of 2017 student Ryan Rodriguez shared how he decided to attend the Naval Academy in front of his little brother’s La Pluma Elementary third-grade class, as part of Norwalk-La Mirada Unified’s inaugural Kinder to College event.

“What I’m doing right now by going into the Naval Academy is inspiring my brother and making him want to do something even better than me in the future,” Rodriguez, 17, said. “I want him to know that he has unlimited potential in life.”
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Bollywood Dance Performance Highlights Norwalk-La Mirada District’s ‘Day of the Parent’ Celebration

Norwalk-La Mirada Unified State and Federal Programs Director Mercedes Lovie wore an elegant green, blue and white Indian saree as she introduced Eastwood Elementary School fourth-graders, dressed in full Bollywood regalia, to perform a traditional Bollywood dance during the 16th annual Day of the Parent.

The District honored up to eight parents from each District elementary, middle and high school with a Day of the Parent certificate, thanking them for their role in sharing the responsibility of educating their children.
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