PTSA adds value to CC High School


The Culver City High School PTSA is proud to announce a number of funding awards to vital school and community resources.

One funding award includes $400 to the Culver City Unified School District’s Backpacks for Kids Program (in addition to our food drive for individual oatmeal or cold cereal packets). There was also $250 made available to the CCHS Nurse’s Office for supplies, as well as $300 to provide hand sanitizer throughout the school. There were $1,500 for the Sandy Segal Youth Health Center (located by the high school nurse’s office) and $2,000 to the high school library for the purchase of current best sellers and award winning books. $1,050 to the College and Career Center for the purchase of both ACT and SAT reference books plus supplies; $300 to fund incentives (movie tickets, gift cards, athletic admissions and healthy snacks) for the Freshman and Sophomore Academic Support class; and $1,000 for the CCUSD Sustainability Committee to purchase incentives (hats or t-shirts) for the Green 5 roll out at the high school.

These are just some of the ways in which CCHS PTSA is supporting student health and academic achievement. Most of this funding has come from selling graduation caps and gowns, but every fundraiser and every membership helps us do more for our kids, our teachers and our school community. Anyone who is not a member of the CCHS PTSA, can join today by going to: ID=42690&type=d&hideMenu=1.