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New Park Design From East Los Angeles High School Students

Ninth Grade Students from the East Los Angeles Renaissance Academy (ELARA) will be presenting their park designs. These students explored the look, feel, and layout of three, diverse parks across the city. Then they worked in teams to design their ideal parks. They designed and built wonderful models for their parks using a grain of rice as the scale. www.flickr.com/photos/latinourbanforum/sets/72157626690444445

ELARA mission is to promote urban planning. This is first major planning related project from the students.  Please join the students, faculty and myself as we discuss and foster the skills needed to create a better world.

Date:                        Saturday, June 18, 2011

Time:                        10:00a.m. To Noon

Location:             Esteban Torres High School

4211 Dozier Street, LA, CA 90063

Near the corner of Cesar Chavez and Eastern

For more information visit www.renaissance-lausd-ca.schoolloop.com

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