Category: In Our Schools

Civic Literacy Media Influence Paid Fellowship

Learn4Life is launching a Civic Literacy & Media Influence Fellowship with first cohort starting Monday, July 19. Four to six students/alumni will be selected by a panel to participate in the paid Fellowship program. In this paid position, students/alums will be mentored by Charles Ellison, an award-winning analyst for WURD Radio, former SiriusXM Channel host, […]

Written by on June 24, 2021

AB 1316 Moved To Inactive Status

Good news… we have stopped AB 1316 in this legislative session. Thank you for your letters and calls! It made a significant difference in protecting students and equity in education. The bill was moved to inactive status, which means the bill is dead for this calendar year. It could be brought back up in 2022, […]

Written by on June 8, 2021

NASA Space Shuttle Technology Now Purifying the Air in Our Learning Centers

We are pleased to announce that we have installed photocatalytic air purifiers in all our schools. Called ActivePure® Technology by Aerus, it was originally developed for NASA in 1990s for the Space Shuttle. In 2017, was inducted into the Space Technology Hall of Fame by The Space Foundation. ActivePure “works by harnessing microscopic oxygen and water molecules in […]

Written by on May 12, 2021

Pathways Travels Throwback Thursday – Hawaii WWII History Tour

Earlier this year in March 2020, students from San Fernando and Central Valley travelled to Hawaii as part of Learn4Life’s Experiential Learning program. Students and staff chaperones, along with Pathways in Education, explored and learned about the history and significance of the second world war. Every Pathways Trip begins with team building in some way. […]

Written by on July 23, 2020

Our Statement regarding National Civil Unrest

We are deeply saddened by the civil unrest across our nation this past week. We know it is painful to see, read about and experience. These events have made the world aware of the trauma and prejudice that many have experienced our entire lives. Our African American friends, families, student and staff have been impacted […]

Written by on June 2, 2020

Learn4Life Teacher’s Hobby is Now Helping First Responders

Richard Carranza is one of our teacher-chaperones to our old partner Makerspace in Riverside. While spending time there, he decided to take a few classes, including 3D printing. He loved it so much, he purchased his own 3D printer to make it a hobby. These days, he is using that 3D printer to make hundreds […]

Written by on May 12, 2020

Career Tech Ed – Former Cable News Reporter Meets Virtually with Media Arts Students

Former Cable News Reporter Daisy Gonzalez recently joined a virtual classroom with our Career Tech Ed students to chat about her personal industry insights and to answer any questions about Media Arts. Our students are currently starting credits 4 and 5 covering broadcast journalism, learning the terminology and inner workings of news reporting, and documentary filmmaking. […]

Written by on May 6, 2020

High School Seniors Are Proudly Presenting Their Graduation Yard Signs

All over the country our students are remotely learning, but that hasn’t stopped our students and their families from wanting to proudly show off their accomplishments. Learn4Life has recognized our seniors and presented them with custom-made yard signs so they can showcase their accomplishment and hard work. Congratulations to each of our L4L High School […]

Written by on May 1, 2020

Culinary Arts Remote Learning – Live Demo w/ Chef Simone Shapiro

  Learn4Life #CulinaryArts students recently joined a virtual demo with Chef Simone Shapiro, all the way from Jerusalem, Israel!   Students had the opportunity to ask questions individually, learning more about the industry, some tips & tricks, as well as learning more about Chef Shapiro. Q&A Session Highlights Q: What are some of your strengths […]

Written by on April 24, 2020