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Inglewood Unified School District Update- 2-21-20

There was a water main break at Morningside High School this past Wednesday, February 19, 2020. Inglewood Unified School District staff immediately responded with repair efforts. The school promptly notified parents, students and staff of the situation.

IUSD presented to the CCEE Governing Board, February 6, 2020

County Administrator Dr. Erika Torres, LACOE support team Megan Locklear and Sandra Naranjo, and California Collaborative for Educational Excellence (CCEE) partner Dr. Karla Estrada, had the opportunity to present to the CCEE Governing Board, which includes State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Tony Thurmond! The team had the awesome opportunity to highlight the progress of Inglewood Unified School District in Sacramento!

Message from Dr. Erika F. Torres

The Inglewood Unified School District is committed to providing all students with a rigorous educational program, which prepares them to be college and career ready and productive citizens. Our students will attend safe schools that enhance student learning and well-being. Every learner, PK through adult, has the right to be educated in a safe, respectful and welcoming environment. Every educator has the right to teach in an atmosphere free from disruption and obstacles that impede learning.

Principal's Message

Welcome to Inglewood High School – “Home of the Sentinels”  
Mission Statement:  The mission of Inglewood High School is to ensure that all students are taught rigorous standards based curriculum supported by highly qualified staff in an exemplary educational system characterized by high student achievement, social development, safe schools, and effective partnerships with all segments of the community.
 Our mission is reinforced by four pillars:
 Pillar A: Rigorous, culturally responsive teaching & learning - focuses on "teaching & learning”.
Pillar B: Strong relationships with families and community - recognizes that "schools can't do it alone"
Pillar C: Effective teachers, leaders, and staff - emphasizes "investing in people"
Pillar D: Data-informed, effective, and efficient systems - addresses "managing the whole"
The Inglewood High School community is a caring and nurturing learning environment.  At Inglewood High the students have the opportunity to participate in a diverse curriculum that challenges all students to excel at the highest level.   Inglewood High offers courses across a comprehensive academic range, including our Advanced Placement courses, Honor courses, College Dual Enrollment courses, and Career Technical Education pathways, with each taught in preparing our students for post- secondary education.  Students have the opportunity to complete their high school diploma program and complete college credits at the same time to meet college and career readiness criteria.
Our school culture provides all students with strong academic growth and social development striving to be productive citizens.  Inglewood High School has athletics and activities for all students.  There is an instrumental music program including a marching band and an orchestra.  We have an after school competitive Robotics Team and Academic Decathlon Team.  Students have the opportunity to attend college visitations, workshops facilitated by college representatives on campus and much more.
Inglewood High School is committed to involve all stakeholders.  Parents are regularly collaborating with teachers, counselors, and administrators to address student success.  Our home- school connection allows us to communicate student academic progress through the year.  Parent input is valued at Inglewood High School.
It is my honor to serve as the principal of Inglewood High School.   I come from a family of twelve children whose parents insisted on education as a priority.  I have committed to every student that enters the doors of Inglewood High School - will leave with the understanding of the value of education, becoming a life- long learner, and college and career ready.