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Superintendent's Message 


Dear LLCSD Community,


On behalf of the Board of Education, our staff and myself, I want to welcome everyone to the 2017-2018 school year.  As I begin my second year as your Superintendent, I am again honored to have the opportunity to serve you and your families. Over the summer break, we have all been hard at work preparing for your children’s return to campus. From professional development workshops to improving our facilities across the district, we used the summer months to prepare for a successful 2017-2018 school year. School should be a magical, enriching place for children. It is my commitment to you that we will work every day to give your child the opportunities, resources, and facilities they need to be successful learners and well-rounded individuals.  Again, welcome back to the new school year. We look forward to another successful year.  Thank you for your continued support of the Little Lake City School District.  We take great pride in having the privilege of educating your children. 




Dr. William Crean




The Superintendent’s Office oversees all Divisions within the District, including Business Services, Educational Services, and Personnel Services. William Crean, Ed.D., became Superintendent in fall 2016. As Superintendent, Dr. Crean is the District’s Chief Instructional Leader and the Secretary to the Board of Education. His role is to carry out the policy decisions and planning initiatives of the Board. 

His other duties include:

  • Supervision of the nine schools
  • Hiring and evaluation of the school principals
  • Serving as the District’s chief spokesperson and liaison to the cities of Santa Fe Springs and Norwalk, and the Whittier Union High School District, local colleges and universities, the Los Angeles County Office of Education, parent groups, service clubs, business organizations, and the media.