At the El Segundo Unified School District (ESUSD) Board of Education meeting on July 11, 2017, the Board appointed Grace Long as the new assistant principal for Center Street Elementary School.
Long joins ESUSD after a 16-year tenure at the Lawndale Elementary School District as an elementary school and middle school teacher. Click headline for more.
Tenth grade student Jespa Awomah was honored with an “Every Student Succeeding” award by the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA).
The Every Student Succeeding Award recognizes students at all grade levels who have succeeded against all odds, beyond expectations or simply won the hearts of the administrators and educators who helped them achieve their goals. Click headline for more.
Each year, the culmination of El Segundo High School and Arena High School students’ academic, athletic, philanthropic and extracurricular achievements are celebrated and recognized during the annual Senior Awards Night ceremony. For 2017, El Segundo High School students were awarded 69 different scholarships totaling $112,500, and Arena High School students were awarded 10 scholarships totaling $11,300! The scholarships are donated by many local individuals, families, businesses and organizations, and the El Segundo Unified School District (ESUSD) is extremely grateful for the community’s generous support of ESUSD students!
The El Segundo Teachers Association and the El Segundo Unified School District are happy to announce the Teachers of the Year for 2016-2017. Each year, the El Segundo Teachers Association coordinates nominations and the selection process to honor one teacher at each school site. Click the title to find out who were be honored.
A team of five El Segundo High School (ESHS) engineering students were awarded second place in the 40th annual Herndon Science Competition in May at The Aerospace Corporation in El Segundo. The competition, hosted by The Aerospace Corporation and U.S. Air Force, invites students to identify an engineering problem and then research, design and build a solution, ultimately presenting their solutions and prototypes to two panels of judges comprised of engineers and scientists. This year, the ESHS students challenged themselves to create a device designed to keep a specific plant alive during a six-month trip to Mars without human interaction. Click headline for more.