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Los Coyotes Unveils Norwalk-La Mirada Unified’s Latest College and Career Center

Los Coyotes Middle School unveiled a college and career center with a Dec. 21 ribbon-cutting ceremony, giving students the opportunity to explore career and higher education pathways.

Eighth-grader Madison Garcia was excited for the opening of the college and career center.

“Having a college and career center will give me more information that I can’t find on my own,” Garcia, 14, said. “Students will learn about college and the different types of work and salaries they can have.”
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NLMUSD Eighth-Graders Encouraged to Pursue Engineering Pathways During ‘Female Challenge Day’

Nearly 100 female Norwalk-La Mirada eighth-graders from Corvallis, Los Alisos and Waite middle schools participated in a day of hands-on learning and instruction during Female Challenge Day on Dec. 2 at Norwalk High School.

Cal Poly Pomona Project Lead The Way (PLTW) students joined Norwalk High School’s Pathway to Engineering (PTE) students to speak to the middle schoolers about the challenges and rewards of pursuing education and careers in the traditionally male-dominated field of engineering.
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Superintendents Letter to the Community

Dear Norwalk-La Mirada Unified Parents,

Since Election Day, we’ve engaged in many conversations with students, teachers and our community who are wondering what happens next.

We remain committed to equipping our students with a strong, educational foundation while providing an inclusive school community that values a diversity of perspectives, backgrounds and experiences. Norwalk-La Mirada Unified is focused on ensuring that our students will succeed academically and overcome any challenges they may face in life.

Like you, we have heard of the troubles at other schools, but Norwalk-La Mirada Unified is proud to say our students benefit from positive school climates and cultures where everyone is respected and seen as a valuable member of our community.
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Los Coyotes Middle School Receives Golden Bell Award

Norwalk-La Mirada Unified’s Los Coyotes Middle School is being honored with a Golden Bell Award for a student mentoring program, Where Everybody Belongs (WEB), which supports incoming sixth-graders as they transition from elementary to middle school.

WEB connects eighth-graders with new students, making them feel welcomed to the school. Mentors meet before and after school, and during lunch to plan, organize and carry out a series of social and academic activities, including movie nights, Academic Saturday School and Homework Club.
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26 Benton Middle School Students Win Ribbons, Awards in L.A. County Fine Arts Competition

Benton Middle School seventh-grader Eryn Cyia Tandoc wanted to create an art piece that captured the expression of a person who is trying to find where she belongs among others who are discovering their talents. Eryn picked up her colored pencils and drew puzzle pieces depicting a half colored, half gray face with disheveled hair, with some pieces missing from the puzzle.

Her art piece, “Mending Emotions,” caught the attention of Los Angeles County Fair (LACF) America’s Kids Fine Arts Teen 1 Cartooning category judges, who awarded Eryn the Sweepstakes award, the highest honor possible. Eryn also won a first-place ribbon for another studio art piece.
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Los Alisos Middle School, Southeast Academy Honor Veterans During Annual Flag Folding Ceremony

In a patriotic display of red, white and blue, Los Alisos Middle School and Southeast Academy celebrated the commitment of U.S. Armed Forces veterans during Los Alisos’ 10th annual Veterans Day flag-folding ceremony on Nov. 9.

“We are here today to perform the flag folding ceremony in order to show you that the efforts of our veterans to attain peace throughout the world have not been in vain and shall not be forgotten,” Southeast Academy senior cadet Daisy Ruiz said.
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