Our Impact

Over 6,000 children participate in the program from the following Districts and Schools:

 
 

School Districts - 2017/2018

LYNWOOD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT (LUSD)

Abbott Elementary • Helen Keller Elementary • Lincoln Elementary • Lindbergh Elementary • Lugo Elementary • Mark Twain Elementary • Marshall Elementary • Roosevelt Elementary • Rosa Parks Elementary • Washington Elementary • Will Rogers Elementary • Wilson Elementary

LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT (LAUSD)

1st Street Elementary • Angeles Mesa Elementary • Breed Street Elementary • Budlong Elementary • Community Magnet Charter • Dr. Owen Lloyd Knox Elementary • Eastman Avenue Elementary • Estrella Elementary • Euclid Avenue Elementary • Hollenbeck Middle School • Horace Mann Middle School • Julie Korenstein Elementary • La Salle Avenue Elementary • Lorena Street Elementary • Los Angeles Academy Middle School • Manhattan Place Elementary • Marina Del Rey Middle School • Melrose Avenue Elementary • Sally Ride Elementary • Serrania Charter for Enriched Studies • Short Avenue Elementary • Soto Street Elementary • Stoner Avenue Elementary • Vine Street Elementary • Young Empowered Scholars Academy

MOUNTIAN VIEW SCHOOL DISTRICT (MVSD)

Cogswell Elementary • Maxson Elementary • Miramonte Elementary • Monte Vista Elementary • Parkview Elementary • Payne Elementary • Twin Lakes Elementary

EL MONTE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

Cortada Elementary • New Lexington Elementary • Potrero Elementary • Wilkerson Elementary

POMONA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT (PUSD)

Kingsley Elementary • Lexington Elementary • San Jose Elementary

BEVERLY HILLS UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT (BHUSD) 

Hawthorne School

COMPTON UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT (CUSD)

Foster Elementary


NEW PARTNERS IN 2018 - 2019

MVSD:Baker Elementary • La Primaria Elementary • Voorhis Elementary

 
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Demographics

Conga Kids reaches predominately Hispanic and African-American young people in historically disadvantaged areas that often fall behind in arts curriculum and where students’ educational experience is compromised. Many of our students are immigrants or children of immigrants and are categorized as English Language Learners.