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Christopher Columbus M.S. (CCMS) played host to LAUSD School Games in partnership between Special Olympics Southern California and the Los Angeles Unified School District Nov 3rd, 2017, for a second consecutive year. Adapted Physical Education Teachers offered sports training and athletic competition programs for students with intellectual disabilities and other special needs.   This year’s  event culminated six weeks of soccer training that provided opportunities  to learn through sports competition,  developing all aspects of total  fitness needed to  compete  in any sport, and promoted  the development  of  life-long  fitness skills that  will  help student athletes lead a more productive and independent life.


Congratulations to the Conservatory of Music at CCMS in being the recipient of another fabulous donation. To do the honor was LAUSD's Beyond the Bell Music and Entertainment Coordinator Mr. Anthony White. The Conservatory of Music was one of twelve LAUSD schools to receive a bass guitar from the bassist of one of Rocks Elite Bands - Green Day. Bassist Mike Dirnt, of Green Day, donated 12 bass guitars to LAUSD to motivate our musically inclined students to work hard and pursue their dreams. In return for this wonderful gift, CCMS Conservatory of Music students are learning to play one of Green Day's biggest hits "Boulevard of Broken Dreams". They will perform it at the CCMS Winter Concert in December.

It was presented on Oct 18th to the Conservatory's Modern Rock Band Class taught by Teacher of the Year Mrs. Brusca.



CCMS Film Club premieres at CSUN and a 2nd screening at Airtel was successful, people love the movie! Next stop, Sundance Film Festival. The film is being submitted to the Sundance Film Festival. Good luck CCMS!



CCMS Students receive scholarships this summer to the CSUN Teenage Drama Workshop. The program ran for 6 weeks from 8:00 – 4:30, Monday through Friday, this summer and concluded with them performing in Into the Woods or the Lion King.