March 13, 2018: Culver City students, educators honor shooting victims
Wednesday, March 14, more than 2,000 Culver City students will be joining thousands of other Angelenos in a nationwide walkout to honor the victims of the Parkland, Fla., shooting.
Students will congregate for one hour on the Culver City High School football field to rally and deliver speeches expressing their concerns and worries about their own safety. Email for more information.
Their goal is noble: Raise public awareness to the issue of gun violence, create more civically minded students and support fellow students in Parkland.
Dr. Lisa Cooper, the principal of Culver High, put it best:
“The future of our democracy depends on a citizenry that is well informed and has the capacity to be thoughtful, engaged critical thinkers and problem solvers,” she said. “Rather than stifle these students as they try to express their civic activism, we are working closely with them to encourage them to express their opinions on this important issue without adversely impacting the learning environment on campus.”
NOTE: Please be aware that this closed event is for Culver City Unified
students and faculty only.
Hope to see you there!
Watch and listen to Sen. Holly J. Mitchell's message to Culver City students, as well as parents and children everywhere HERE: