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Superintendent’s Message

Paramount Unified School District has launched into its first round of facilities improvements funded by the $106 million Measure I, replacing air conditioning systems and providing students with new technology that has enhanced the District’s learning environment.
Since the city came together to pass Measure I, which funds updates, repairs and modernization of all of the District’s schools, Paramount Unified School District has been able to upgrade the air conditioning at Roosevelt Elementary and demolish the old portables at Captain Raymond Collins Elementary  School which will be updated with new ones. This fall, the Paramount High School West Campus has begun a modernization project that will improve classrooms and upgrade building structures.
 
“Measure I is a great collaborative for the city of Paramount that is allowing us to put our young people in a greater position for success,” Assistant Superintendent Ruben Frutos said. “We will continue to make strides with our infrastructure and technology that empower our student achievers.”
 
Approximately 10 percent of the bond funds are allocated to improving technology, and this fall the District has purchased new Chromebook laptops for all third-graders, sophomores and students of Leona Jackson Middle School. The laptops arrive as part of the District’s new tech implementation plan, which aims to provide a personal technology device to every student in grades 3-12 by 2020. More than 1,200 Paramount High School freshmen received the new Google Chromebooks in April, for a total of more than 4,000 distributed since last year.
Paramount Unified School District will continue to prioritize the scheduling of projects to be funded by the bond, which include:
 
●   Improving classrooms and labs for college preparation
●   Upgrading school security and electrical systems
●   Replacing aging portable buildings
●   Upgrading fire doors and smoke alarms
●   Repairing water pipes
●   Repairing deteriorating roofs
●   Replacing outdated portables with permanent new classrooms
●   Upgrading/equipping classrooms with modern technology
 
“We have a strong community that is committed to our children and that has allowed us to improve the learning environment for our students,” Paramount Superintendent Dr. Ruth Pérez said. “We are grateful to the citizens of Paramount Unified School District for their continued support.”
 
Sincerely, Dr. Ruth Pérez
 
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Mensaje de la Superintendente

El Distrito Escolar Unificado de Paramount ha lanzado su primera ronda de mejoramientos fundado por la Medida I de $106 millones, reemplazando los sistemas de aire acondicionado y proveerles a nuestros estudiantes con nueva tecnología que ha mejorado el ambiente de aprendizaje del distrito.
 
Ya que la ciudad se reunió con nosotros en para pasar la Medida I, que nos da los recursos para las actualizaciones, reparaciones y modernizaciones de todas las escuelas del Distrito, El Distrito Escolar Unificado de Paramount ha podido actualizar los aires acondicionados en la Primaria Roosevelt y demoler los portátiles viejos de la Escuela Primaria Captain Raymond Collins que serán reemplazados con unos nuevos. Este otoño, la Preparatoria del Plantel Oeste ha empezado su proyecto de modernización que mejorará salones de clases y modernizará las estructuras de los edificios.
 
La Medida I es una gran colaboración con la Ciudad de Paramount que nos está dando la oportunidad de poner a nuestros jóvenes en una mejor posición para que tengan éxito, “dijo el Asistente del Superintendente Rubén Frutos. “Nosotros seguiremos avanzando con nuestra infraestructura y tecnología que empoderan a nuestros estudiantes exitosos”.
 
Aproximadamente 10 por ciento de los fondos de los bonos son asignados a la mejora de la tecnología, y este otoño, el distrito ha adquirido nuevas computadoras portátiles Chromebooks para todos los estudiantes del tercer grado a los estudiantes del décimo grado y a los estudiantes de la escuela Intermedia Leona Jackson. Las computadoras portátiles llegan como parte del nuevo plan de implementación de tecnología del distrito, que pretende proporcionar un dispositivo de tecnología personal a cada estudiante entre los grados 3o-12o para el año 2020. Más de 1,200 estudiantes del noveno grado de la Preparatoria Paramount recibieron un Google Chromebook en abril, para un total de más de 4,000 que se han distribuido desde el año pasado.
El Distrito Escolar Unificado de Paramount continuará dando prioridad a la programación de los proyectos que serán financiados por el bono, que incluye:
 
●    Mejorando los salones de clase y laboratorios para la preparación para el colegio
●    Mejorando la seguridad de las escuelas y los sistemas eléctricos
●    Reemplazando edificios portátiles viejos
●    Actualizando las puertas para la lumbre y alarmas de fuego
●    Reparación de las tuberías del agua
●    Reparación de techos deteriorados
●    Reemplazando salones portátiles por nuevos salones de clase permanentes
●    Actualizando /equipo para los salones con tecnología moderna
 
“Tenemos una comunidad fuerte que está dedicada a nuestros hijos y esto nos ha permitido a nosotros a mejorar el ambiente de aprendizaje para nuestros estudiantes,” dijo la Superintendente de Paramount la Dra. Ruth Perez. “Estamos agradecidos con los ciudadanos del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Paramount por su constante apoyo.”
 
Atentamente,
 
Dra. Ruth Pérez

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING EVENTS IN LAS VEGAS

Dear Paramount Unified School District Families and Friends,   We have learned that our Paramount High School ASB advisor was one of the many victims shot last night in the mass shooting in Las Vegas.  She is in critical condition.  Please keep her and her family in your thoughts and prayers.   Counselors will be available on high school campuses to provide support for students and staff.   We are living in difficult times, where large violent acts have become much more prevalent.  While we stand together to support our PHS teacher, other members of our Paramount community may also know people who attended the concert and who may be witnesses or a victims. Please know that we are all working together to ensure our students and families are safe and to provide the emotional support needed to get us all through this moment.    If you have questions or need information regarding your student and support, please contact the Superintendent's office at 562-602-6011 and we will provide crisis counselors and support at any school.   Thank you.     Dr. Ruth Perez, Superintendent Paramount Unified School District 562-602-6011
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