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Darin Brawley
Compton deserves to be healthy. This new campaign will help make that a reality.
December 12, 2019
There are lots of notable things about the city of Compton. It has a rapidly improving school system. It’s a stable, multi-racial community with a long history of African American empowerment and a growing Latinx population. Above all, Compton is a city where neighbors take care of each other. That’s the spirit behind a newly launched public health campaign, Compton Healthy, that aims to improve the health of the 100,000 people who call Compton home -- because despite the community values which make Compton so strong, there are troubling health trends that must be addressed.  ... read more »
Compton Unified Graduation Rates Approach 90%, Signaling That Its Turnaround Is Here To Stay
December 28, 2017
A laser-sharp focus on student achievement and student safety has been at the core of the turnaround ... read more »
Compton Unified, WME Foundation and Super Sprowtz Launch Salad Bars
September 17, 2015
Compton Unified School District (CUSD) has teamed up with the William Morris Endeavor Foundation (WME) and Super Sprowtz to kick-off a new salad bar program in all 22 of its elementary schools. The District celebrated the official launch at Clinton Elementary School, Friday, September 4. The Super Sprowtz salad bar program began as a pilot program last year at Foster Elementary School. ... read more »

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