The school was one of three Los Angeles County schools who received notification of the nationwide honor in late September. Winning schools are awarded a plaque and a National Blue Ribbon School flag to display on campus.
Castillo and Fuelling took with them a stuffed version of the school mascot, Leo the Lion and, using the social media site Twitter, tweeted out photos of Leo at various sites in the nation’s capitol. To see the photos, visit twitter.com/leogoestodc.
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