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Partnership Signing Ceremony with new LAPD Chief Michel Moore

On Wednesday, August 1, Operation Progress Scholars, staff, mentors, and stakeholders descended upon the Los Angeles Police Department Headquarters in Downtown, Los Angeles for a special partnership renewal signing ceremony with the new Chief of Police Michel Moore. It was an exciting morning up on...

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A Night Amongst the OP Stars: A Celebration of Student Art

On Thursday, May 24, 2018, Operation Progress hosted A Night Amongst the OP Stars on the lawn at the Grove. The evening was in celebration of powerful student authored fiction stories and a very catchy student written and produced pop song called "Superhero." This past semester, OP Scholars...

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Parent Spotlight – Mrs. Patty

Mrs. Patty has lived in Compton since she was a child, and lives there now with her husband and five children, their ages ranging from kindergarten to 11th grade. Three of her kids go to St. Lawrence Elementary School in Watts, which is where she...

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Student Spotlight – Meryland

When asking Meryland what she likes to do for fun, she talks about her family. She loves to play with her 3-year-old sister, “Instead of me making her laugh, she makes me laugh.” She helps her mom cook and make rice, mole, and soup. She...

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Mentor Spotlight – Officer Navarro

Officer Navarro became a mentor 2 years ago when another Operation Progress mentor recommended the program, thinking she’d be a great fit. When asking Navarro why she decided to become a mentor, she reminisced about her time in the Marine Corps, “I saw that the...

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Parent Spotlight – Keeban Marks

Keeben Marks, a dedicated OP parent, has lived in Watts for the past decade. When he learned about the opportunities that Operation Progress could give his children, he decided to go all in. “My daughter Amir has been in Operation Progress since about third grade....

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