Monthly Archives: August 2012

IUSD Makes Some Tough Decisions

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The IUSD School Board’s Special Meeting was standing room only. Teachers, some wearing ITA t-shirts, classified staff (nutrition workers and custodians), parents and community members, eagerly awaited the Boards vote on budget reduction measures.

Reminder: IUSD Special Board Meeting Tonight @ 7pm

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Special Inglewood Unified School Board Meeting tonight to vote on: – Considering approval for budget reduction measures – Approval to authorize Surplus Property Advisory Committee Meeting starts @ 7pm but normally begins closer to 8pm once the Board comes out of closed session.  You may view the agenda and you are also encouraged to speak […]

IUSD Board Meeting Update

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Inglewood Unified School District (IUSD) held the 1st meeting of the upcoming 2012-2013 school year last night.  Board members where in closed session until around 8:15pm discussing closed items.   Those in attendance where primarily IUSD employees: nutrition workers, purchasing staff and the custodians.  Seeing the IUSD School Police present wasn’t out the ordinary, since they are there to […]


Inglewood Unified School District Upcoming Meetings

Aug. 22nd @ 7pm (School Board) Sept. 10th @ 6:30pm (Superintendents Parent Advisory) All meetings are held in the District Board Room @ 401 S. Inglewood Ave. 90301

IUSD Warns of Looming State Takeover

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Last night I attended the Superintendent’s Parent Advisory Meeting at Inglewood Unified School District Headquarters.  The Superintendents Parent Advisory Meeting is held monthly as a opportunity for individual school sites to sit down, and discuss openly with the Superintendent, the state of the district.  This meeting centered around the possible State takeover of IUSD.  As you […]

Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Face Sept. 6th Deadline to Close

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There has much discussion on the validity of medical marijuana prescriptions.  With these prescriptions, one can walk into a store front dispensary to purchase.  However, the City of LA has passed an ordinance, with a unanimous 14-0 vote, that will ultimately effect over 700 businesses.  The new ordinance passed last month and the City has begun issuing letters citing a […]

St. Bernards’s Varsity Football Program Eliminated

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Citing the departure of varsity head football coach  Larry Muno along with several student athletes transferring out of the school, St. Bernard’s High School was left with no choice but to suspend the Varsity Football team.  The coach resigned in large part due to financial aid being cut to the students along with Muno having to raise […]

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