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SMC Malibu Satellite Campus Begins Construction: Four years to Build 27,500 Square Feet

A project begun in the early 2000s to construct a satellite campus for Santa Monica College in Malibu finally won all the necessary approvals for construction, roughly 18 years later. The...

 
 By Grace Smith    Schools    June 11, 2018

At SMC, a Historic Celebration of First-Ever Bachelor's Degree Graduates

Santa Monica College (SMC) held a "SMC Interaction Design Grad Show," a celebration of the college's first 18 students to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Interaction Design (IXD). The event - bot...

 
 By Observer Staff    Schools    June 5, 2018

SMC Will Award First Bachelors Degrees in June 12, 2018 Ceremony

Santa Monica College's 88th commencement ceremony will be held at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, June 12 at Corsair Field, said the school in a press release. About 675 of the more than 4,500 students who...

 
 By Observer Staff    Schools    May 17, 2018

Culver City High School Student Completes 12 years of Dance at Westside School of Ballet

Toscana Finke is a graduating senior from Culver City High School who has been dancing at Westside School of Ballet for over 12 years, three of those at the most advanced level (Level 7). She is one...

 

Intelligence is Not Artificial at John Adams Middle School

The John Adams Middle School "RoboVikings" squad is among just a few Middle School robotics teams competing over the past year with students from 7th through 12th grade. For the second year in a row,...

 
 By Grace Smith    Schools    October 9, 2017

SMC Debate Team Wins PSCFA Regional Award at El Camino College

Santa Monica College (SMC) is pleased to announce that the SMC Speech and Debate Team won several awards at the Pacific Southwest Collegiate Forensics Association (PSCFA) "Warm Up" Tournament held at...

 
 By Grace Smith    Schools    June 19, 2017

"Showsearch 2017" hosted by the Santa Monica College Theatre Arts Department

"SHOWSEARCH 2017" was hosted by the Santa Monica College (SMC) Theatre Arts Department in collaboration with the Foundation for New American Musicals (FNAM). The competition to find new short...

 
 By Ann Conkle    Schools    June 12, 2017

Sand & Sea Ball Raises $45,000 for Santa Monica-Malibu Education Foundation

June 5, 2017 – The Sand & Sea Ball, a gala dinner and dance competition produced by Arthur Murray Santa Monica on May 21, 2017, raised $45,000 for the Santa Monica-Malibu Education Foundation....

 

SMMUSD Continues free lunch program into summer

The City of Santa Monica is hosting the national free summer lunch for youth at three locations from June 12- August 4, 2017 This national service is sponsored by USDA and is for children 18 years...

 
 By Observer Staff    Schools    June 8, 2017

Santa Monica High School Commencement Exercises Set for June 8, 2017

This year's Santa Monica High School Graduation will take place at the Greek Amphitheater on the Samohi campus' Greek Amphitheatre on Thursday, June 8, 2017 at 5:30 pm. Here are some statistics from...

 
 By Zane    Schools    May 3, 2017

California State Science Fair Winners include Lincoln Middle School Student

Winners of the 2017 California State Science Fair were announced during ceremonies that took place April 25, 2017 at the California Science Center. This year's fair drew 927 students from 400 schools...

 
 By Grace Smith    Schools    April 21, 2017

SMC Student Film Accepted into the American Pavilion at Cannes

Santa Monica College (SMC) says that "Spaghetti Romance"-a short film written and directed by SMC student Carrie Finklea-has been accepted into The 20th American Pavilion Emerging Filmmaker Showcase...

 

If Your SMMUSD Kids Have Norovirus, Please Keep Them Home, Says District

The Santa Monica Unified School District says it's hopeful they're past Norovirus. The school has sent home a letter to parents saying what measure's it's taken to get past the outbreak of the...

 

SMMUSD: Why Hasn't Stairway to the Stars been Cancelled due to Norovirus?

Last night was the first of three Stairway of the Stars concerts, this one featuring Orchestra. Nearly 1,000 students from all schools in Malibu and Santa Monica participate combined. The Guest...

 
 By Josiah Begin    Schools    March 15, 2017

Reinventing the Classroom

A science teacher at a junior high school in Alberta recently found his way to the stage of a TEDx event. His purpose for being there is a subject that seems to have slipped through the cracks for...

 

Norovirus Cancels Open House at Santa Monica High School Thursday Night

Back to school night has been cancelled at Santa Monica high school. This in a robo-call some parents of children at SamoHi received Monday night, March 6, 2017. Open House had been scheduled for...

 

Music Teachers: New, Online, International Competition for Wind Ensembles and Orchestras

Ictus Music, Inc. has announced an innovative online competition titled the "Ictus International Music Competition" that is open to wind ensembles and orchestras at five different levels: middle...

 
 By Sarah Storkin    Schools    March 7, 2017

Platte Library in Wisconsin Referencing the Epic Oscar Fail by Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty

Someone at the Platte, Wisconsin Public Library has an eye on the Oscars and a sense of humor. Not bad for an account with less than 200 followers, but 1000 likes! Lulu in La La Land, Oops! Midnight...

 

500+ Music Schools to Offer Free Music Lesson for Teach Music America Week - March 20-26

This year, over 500 music schools from 47 states will participate in the third annual Teach Music America Week by offering a complimentary music lesson to new students. Teach Music America Week was...

 

The States Where Teachers Make the Most (and Least) Amount of Money

Teachers in states like Alaska and New York are being paid on average almost double the salaries of their peers in Mississippi and Oklahoma, according to a study just released by GOBankingRates. The...

 

Cinemagic: Making Music And Making A Difference At Hamilton High School.

Today talented musical youth representing 19 different schools from Northern Ireland, Ireland and USA came together at Hamilton High School to record a very special Cinemagic Song which will be...

 
 By SMMUSD    Schools    February 12, 2017

SMMUSD Updates Norovirus Alert, John Adams Middle School Closure

Dear Rogers, Grant, Edison, Muir, SMASH and Samohi families, As you may be aware, we closed John Adams Middle School on Friday to help control the spread of a gastrointestinal illness, possibly...

 

SMC and UCLA Partner on Integrated Teacher Preparation Program

Santa Monica College (SMC) has been selected to participate in a four-year Integrated Teacher Preparation Program in partnership with the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). A grant from...

 

Santa Monica High School Lockdown Lifted, Police Searching for Criminal at Lincoln/Pico

An SMMUSD robocall informed parents Monday afternoon, that Santa Monica High School was on Lockdown as the Santa Monica Police Department searches for a Robbery suspect. The lockdown began at 1 pm...

 

March of Dimes Celebrates President FDR's Birthday and New Leadership

On January 30, the March of Dimes honors the birth and accomplishments of its founder, President Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR), as it welcomes the new leadership of Stacey D. Stewart, only the fifth...

 

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