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    Greetings Parents and Families!

      A Message from our Principal...

    It's Black History Month!

    Hello Panthers,

    Why was there a need for Black History Month anyway?  In America, black people were underrepresented in the books and conversations that shaped the study of American history. According to the way many historians taught the nation’s past, African Americans were barely part of the American story.

    The brainchild of Black History Month, Carter G. Woodson wrote, “If a race has no history, it has no worthwhile tradition, it becomes a negligible factor in the thought of the world, and it stands in danger of being exterminated.” This is a powerful quote that is still true today of why Blacks accomplishments and contributions must be written in textbooks, talked about and students of culture must understand their deep roots in the contribution to the success of the United States. 

    This is the time to have discussions about Black contributions and how our students will be the next generation to the make changes in this world. Here are additional resources on Black History for you to explore:

    http://www.history.com/topics/black-history/black-history-month

    https://www.poets.org/poetsorg/black-history-month/

    http://www.biography.com/people/groups/famous-black-scientists

    Good Luck!!!

    Thank you LA GALAXY!

    After School Robotics Teamwork...

      the 2020 Robotics Team 

    We are proud of our Robotics Team this year! They worked hard to construct a robot over a period of 10 weeks for a local district competition. They were able to participate in skills challenges, programming events, and head-to-head challenges. Our panthers did not win, but the experience was well worth it. We are looking forward to bouncing back next year! Way to go Team!

        We appreciate our garden

    City of Carson Honors Magnet Students 

    Students participated in an event honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at the Carson Community Center. The annual program highlights some of the city's best talent and was very inspiring. Congratulations to Samantha Cardoza, Tanner Heard, and Khani Smith for sharing your wonderful speeches with 400+ community residents, city council members, and the Mayor of Carson! 

    UPCOMING EVENTS

    2/4: 1:23PM Dismissal

    2/5: : Parent Workshop Resume@ 8:15AM - Parent Center 

    2/6: Spring Portrait Day

    2/10 : Junior Coach Meeting@2:30PM

    2/11: 1:23PM Dismissal

    2/11: 100th Day School Spirit: Mardi Gras

    2:12: SSC@ 2:30PM

    2/14: Panther Family Fun Friday and Coffee with the Principal@8:00AM

    2/17: NO School Presidents’ Day

    2/18: 1:23PM Dismissal

    2/19: Family Night 

    2/20: PTA Meeting@5PM

    2/24 Port of Los Angeles TransPORTer Mobile Lab on campus (tentative)

    2/25: 1:23PM Dismissal 

    2/27: Black History Program 

    2/28: Spirit Day- Cultural Attire Day

    Keeping the "A" in STEAM

    Thank you to all parents who came out to support our Annual Holiday Program.  It was a success! The students worked hard to say speeches, learn songs, dance, create decorations for the auditorium, and more.  The next school wide performance will be for Black History Month on the Feb. 27th. Hope to see you there @8:30 or 1pm.