Blog Archive: Redondo Union High School

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‘My kids are everything’: Fearful parents keep kids home from South Bay schools, too

Priscilla Serrano’s three children don’t attend Los Angeles Unified schools, but she kept them home anyway Tuesday. And she wasn’t alone, as fear spread among parents throughout South Bay school districts in response to the threat that prompted closure of every campus in the nation’s second largest school district. “My 8-year-old started crying, saying, ‘What if they bomb tomorrow instead?’ ” said Serrano, whose three children attend Fern Elementary School in the Torrance Unified School District.

‘Business as usual’ at RUHS following ‘non-specific’ graffiti threat

Threatening graffiti at Redondo Union High School caused a minor scare on Friday, thanks in part to a cancellation-causing threat at Manhattan Beach’s Mira Costa High School. A photo began making social media rounds around 8 a.m. on Friday, featuring three lines of red spray paint, on the sidewalk near the school’s student union: “YOU ARE ALL [expletive] ANIMALS BEING LED TO THE SLAUGHTER AS YOU DESERVE.”

‘Specific threat’ forces second closure of Mira Costa High School this week, police monitor Redondo Union High

FBI agents were working with Manhattan Beach police Friday to find the person responsible for making an emailed “specific threat” that forced school district officials to shut down Mira Costa High School as a precaution for the second time in a week.

School of wow: How a team of forward thinking administrators reinvented century old Redondo Union High School

It’s 1:04 p.m. and 2pac’s “Changes” is playing over the public address system at Redondo Union High School. “It’s time for us as a people to start makin’ some changes,” the rapper urges. “Let’s change the way we eat, let’s change the way we live, and let’s change the way we treat each other.” The music can be heard from every corner of the 56-acre campus, alerting students they have one minute to get to their fifth period class. 2pac’s lyrics, intentional or not, represent the ethos that has come to define Redondo Union’s recent, meteoric ascent.

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