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Lawndale, CA, September 24, 2018– Lawndale Elementary School District (LESD) supports their families by offering a healthy and safe environment for their students to grow and learn. Over the past decade, the district has made student wellness a priority by implementing various health initiatives including the Smarter Lunchroom Movement (SLM). The SLM draws concepts from behavioral economics, marketing and psychology to create a lunchroom environment that promotes healthful choices. This holistic approach has been used to develop an array of no cost to low-cost strategies that can be implemented in school settings to positively impact students.

 

LESD’s Wellness Program has begun district-wide implementation of SLM strategies in all eight school cafeterias. One SLM strategy that has shown to be impactful is the inclusion of students in menu item selection through regular taste tests. This summer LESD’s Wellness Program conducted 24 nutrition lessons and taste tests with students enrolled in LESD’s before and after school program, Realizing Amazing Potential. Students were provided a 15-minute lesson on MyPlate or ReThink Your Drink and each lesson was followed by a taste test featuring a new recipe. Staff surveyed the students’ attitudes on each recipe and solicited feedback on potential names for preferred recipes. Students, ranging in age from six to 11 years old, reviewed  14 new recipes, and ultimately selected 10 for inclusion in the school menu.

 

Offering the nutrition lesson and taste test combined sessions allowed LESD to tackle two Smarter Lunchroom Strategies – increasing fruits and vegetables on school menus and increasing student involvement. After the recipe selection, the Wellness Program worked with students to develop appealing and creative names for these new entrees and fruit and vegetable items, which included the Krypton Kale Salad, Jurassic Trees, and Fall Harvest Salad.

 

The LESD Food Services Department and Wellness Program have worked to ensure that students do not go through their school day hungry. SLM has changed student perception of school meals by including them in taste tests, and both soliciting and utilizing their feedback to implement changes in menu options. Each SLM strategy is helping to increase student consumption of healthier food and beverage choices, which inevitably aids in student academic success. 

 

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If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Enrique Pivaral at (310) 973-1300 ext. 50010 or email at Enrique_Pivaral@lawndalesd.net.

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 9/24/18




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Drinking water is one of the healthiest things you can do, but did you know staying hydrated also has an impact on school performance?

 

We already know that proper rest, a distraction-free study area, and good nutrition all contribute to student success, but one simple fact is often overlooked: drinking water can make a huge difference in helping students stay focused, creative, and energized throughout the school day!

 

Our district is proud to inform the Lawndale community that the drinking water at all our schools has been tested as required by law, and the results confirm that our water is safe for our students to drink! We look forward to keeping our students hydrated and ready to learn everyday!

 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 9/13/18




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Click here to view LESD's Local Control and Accountability Plan for 2017-20.

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 9/10/18




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RAP promo banner
 

 

The RAP Before & After School Program is currently enrolling for the 2018-19 school year.

If you are interested in signing up your student, please pick up an application from our District Office and return it as soon as possible.

You may also print an application here. Space is limited, so make sure to submit your application right away.

 

Please call (310) 973-1300 X 50107 if you have questions.



El Programa de RAP de Antes y Después de Escuela tiene espacio de inscripción para el año escolar 2018-19.

Si usted está interesado en inscribir a su alumno, por favor recoja una aplicación en la Oficina del Distrito y regrésela lo más pronto posible.

También puede imprimir una aplicacion aqui. Tenemos espacio limitado, así que entregue su aplicación lo más pronto posible.

 

Por favor llame al (310) 973-1300 X 50107 si tiene preguntas.

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 7/31/18




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The District English Learner Advisory Committee and the District Parent Advisory Council listened to and participated in a meeting to understand and give input on the Local Control Accountability Plan. (Traducción es español debajo)

 

Here is a “Q and A” from members of the District Parent Advisory Council.

 

If you have any questions, please click here to email Dr. Betsy Hamilton, LESD Superintendent.


Q:  What percentage of our students are foster youth or English Learner students? 
A:  English Learners comprise 33% of our student population, and we have 19 foster youth.

 

Q:  What does “consumables” under Goal 1 mean?  
A:  Consumables are instructional materials that students keep, such as journals or workbooks.  These are in comparison to textbooks, which are turned in each year, and which students do not keep.  

 

Q:  What are “site allocations”?  
A:  Site allocations refers to an amount of funding that is allocated to each school site.  These funds are utilized to support student achievement and well-being at each school.  

 

Q:  What is “COPA”? 
A:   COPA stands for Creating Opportunities for Physical Activity.  It is a program we have in partnership with Providence Little Company of Mary Hospital.  Providence has a commitment to public health in our community, and this program supports physical education and activity for students in our elementary schools.

 

Q:  What is “professional development”?  
A:  Professional development refers to trainings, workshops and other activities that teachers and classified staff participate in to improve their knowledge and skills.

 

Q:  What support do we have for GATE students?  
A:  The State of California no longer provides funding for GATE programs.  Our teachers make an effort to provide differentiated instruction to meet the needs of all our students, including students who have been identified as Gifted and Talented. Some schools have specialized opportunities during or after school for GATE students.  

 

Q:  What specific support for African American students do we offer?  
A:  We are developing programs in this area.  Both Roosevelt Elementary and Anderson Elementary have special programs for African American students.  They meet regularly, learning about their culture and how to be successful in school and life.  Each group had culminating activity of a Saturday field trip for students and family members to Loyola Marymount University and to California State University at Dominguez Hills.  Plans for next year are to develop a District African American Advisory Committee.

 

Q:  Is there research on benefits of full day TK and K?  
A:  Yes, research shows the benefits of early learning to ensure students are successful in school, both in terms of literacy and social skills.

 

Q:  Can we use instructional aides or substitutes to provide after school tutoring?  
A:  This is something we can explore for the coming year.  

 

Q:  What are “Middle School sports?  
A:  We have sports teams that play in leagues after school, competing against other schools.  This is an optional program that many students participate in.

 

Q:  What are “library books and enhancements?”  
A:  This refers to a variety of improvements that we are making in our libraries.  Our Middle Schools each received grants from Chevron, which enhanced the technological capacity of the library.  We have also begun to make changes at our elementary schools to bring in more technology, as well as improving our collection of library books at each school.  

 

Q:  When will we get the results of the parent survey?  
A:  There are two parents surveys, one from the District administration, and another that was developed by parents and Community Liaisons. Once the results have been compiled, the superintendent will consult with staff about how to share the results.   

Q:  For parents who cannot come to school meetings, could there be other forms of communication, such a podcasts?  Something that parents could watch or listen to?  
A:  We will investigate this, as it is a form of communication that is easily accessible to parents over smartphones or computers.  

 

Q:  Could we have musical instruments at the elementary school level?  
A:  Yes, we could, but they are very expensive.  All of our K-5 students receive music instruction through our partnership with PS Arts, but they do not have “take-home” instruments of their own.  We have an elementary band at William Green that is supported through RAP, our Before and After School Program. We spend everything that is budgeted each year, so we would either have to cut the budget for a current program, or find additional funding to support the purchase of musical instruments.  

 

Here is a “Q and A” from members of the District English Learner Advisory Committee.

 

Q:  Can we invest more in substitute teachers to make sure they are well prepared? 
A:  We offer competitive pay rates to ensure we attract the best quality substitutes for our students.  All teachers should leave instructional plans and materials for substitute teachers.  We can consider providing professional development for substitutes.

 

Q:  What plans are in place when a teacher is on pregnancy leave? 
A:  Substitute teachers utilize the same curriculum and instructional plans as regular classroom teachers.  We try to ensure that we have a long-term substitute who will be with the students for the duration of the entire pregnancy leave.  

 

Q:  What happens when a student reclassifies as Fluent English Proficient? Does the district still receive supplemental funds for this student? 
A:  When an English Learner acquires enough English to reclassify as Fluent English Proficient, we no longer receive special funds that are designated for English Learners.   

 

Q:  How do you ensure that students who have reclassified are successful? 
A:  We have monitoring plans in place to provide the reclassified students with the necessary supports to ensure their transition is fluid and that they maintain their academic achievement levels.

 

Q:  With regards to SBAC scores, how are we doing in comparison to other districts? 
A:  We are steadily improving year after year, over the past nine consecutive years.   In comparison to other districts with similar demographics, we are performing better. 

 

Q:  When do parents receive SBAC scores? 
A:  Results are sent to students’ homes in late August or early September from the department of Educational Services.  

 

Q:  Why do English Learners have the lowest SBAC results? 
A:  As the tests are administered in English, students that are still becoming proficient in English generally have difficulties understanding the questions or expressing their ideas with fluency in a language they are still learning.  

 

Q:  How are funds distributed to school sites? 
A:  Funds are distributed to sites based on data, such as the number of students at the school, and the evidence of the needs of those students. 


 

 

El Comité Consultivo de Aprendices de Inglés del Distrito y el Concilio Consultivo de Padres del Distrito escucharon y participaron en una junta para entender y dar aportaciones para el Plan de Responsabilidad y Control Local (LCAP en inglés).

 

A continuación se encuentran las preguntas y respuestas de los miembros del Concilio Consultivo de Padres del Distrito (DPAC en inglés)

 

Si tiene alguna pregunta adicional, haga clic aqui para mandarle un mensaje a la Dra. Betsy Hamilton, Superintendente del Distrito.

 

P: ¿Qué porcentaje de nuestros alumnos se encuentran en hogares de guarda o son aprendices de inglés?

R: 33% de nuestros alumnos son aprendices de inglés y tenemos a 19 alumnos en hogares de guarda

 

P: ¿Qué significa la palabra “consumibles” en la meta 1?

R: Los consumibles son materiales educativos con los cuales se quedan los alumnos, tales como cuadernos o libros de trabajo. Estos son diferentes a los libros, los cuales se regresan cada año y con los cuales no se quedan los alumnos.

 

P: ¿Qué son “asignaciones para los sitios”?

R: Las asignaciones para los sitios se refieren a la cantidad de financiación la cual se distribuye a cada sitio. Estos fondos se usan para apoyar los logros académicos estudiantiles y el bienestar en cada escuela.

 

P: ¿Qué es “COPA”?

R: COPA (en inglés) significa Creando Oportunidades para Actividad Física. Este es un programa que tenemos en asociación con el hospital Providence Little Company of Mary. Dicho hospital tiene un compromiso a la salud pública en nuestra comunidad, y el programa apoya a la educación y actividad física para los alumnos en nuestras escuelas primarias.

 

Q: ¿Qué es el “desarrollo profesional?

R: El desarrollo profesional se refiere a entrenamientos, talleres, y otras actividades en las cuales participan nuestros maestros y personal clasificado para mejorar sus habilidades y conocimiento.

 

P: ¿Qué apoyo tienen para alumnos dotados y talentosos (GATE en inglés)?

R: El estado de California ya no proporciona financiación para programas GATE. Nuestros maestros hacen un esfuerzo para proveer instrucción diferenciada para cumplir con las necesidades de todos nuestros alumnos, incluyendo a esos alumnos quienes han sido identificados como dotados y talentosos. Algunas escuelas tienen oportunidades especializadas durante o después de la escuela para alumnos GATE.

 

 

 

 

P: ¿Qué apoyos específicos se les ofrecen a alumnos afroamericanos?

R: Estamos desarrollando programas en esta área. Las Escuelas Primarias Anderson y FDR tienen programas especiales para alumnos afroamericanos. Dichos grupos se juntan regularmente, aprendiendo sobre su cultura y como pueden lograr el éxito en la escuela y en sus vidas. Cado grupo tuvo una actividad culminante la cual fue una excursión para alumnos y sus familiares en cual visitaron a la Universidad Loyola Marymount y la Universidad Cal State en Dominguez Hills. Hay planes para desarrollar en año entrante un Comité Consultivo Afroamericano del Distrito.  

 

P: ¿Hay investigaciones acerca los beneficios de kínder transicional y kínder de día completo?

R: Si, las investigaciones demuestran los beneficios del aprendizaje a temprana edad para asegurar que los alumnos sean exitosos en la escuela, en términos de alfabetización y aptitudes sociales.

 

P: ¿Podemos usar a los ayudantes de instrucción o a los maestros sustitutos para proporcionar tutoría después de la escuela?

R: Esto es algo que podemos explorar en año entrante.

 

P: ¿Qué son “deportes de la escuela intermedia?”

R: Tenemos equipos de deportes que juegan en ligas después de la escuela, compitiendo contra otras escuelas. Este es un programa opcional en cual muchos alumnos participan.

 

P: ¿Qué son “libros de la biblioteca y mejoras”?

R: Esto se refiere a una variedad de mejoras que les estamos haciendo a nuestras bibliotecas. Ambas de nuestras escuelas intermedias han recibido un subsidio de Chevron, el cual ha mejorado la capacidad tecnológica de la biblioteca. También hemos empezado a hacerle cambios a nuestras escuelas primarias para brindarles más tecnología, así como mejorar nuestras colecciones de libros en cada escuela.

 

P: ¿Cuándo veremos los resultados de la encuesta para padres?
R: Hay dos encuestas para los padres, una proveniente de la administración distrital, y otra que fue desarrollada por padres y los Enlaces Comunitarios. Una vez que los resultados sean compilados, la superintendente consultará con el personal acerca como compartir los resultados.

 

P: ¿Podrían usarse otros métodos de comunicación, tales como podcasts, para esos padres quienes no pueden asistir a las juntas escolares? Algo que los padres pueden ver o escuchar.
R: Investigaremos esto, ya que es una forma de comunicación que es fácilmente accesible a padres usando sus teléfonos o computadoras.

 

P: ¿Podríamos tener instrumentos musicales para las escuelas primarias?

R: Si, podríamos, pero serían muy caros. Todos nuestros alumnos entre kínder y quinto grado reciben instrucción musical mediante nuestra asociación con PS Arts, pero ellos no tienen instrumentos musicales que los alumnos pueden llevar a casa. Tenemos una banda de nivel primario en la Escuela Primaria William Green, la cual la apoya nuestro programa de antes y después de la escuela (RAP). Nosotros usamos todos los fondos en nuestro presupuesto cada año, así que tendríamos que eliminar el presupuesto para un programa actual o encontrar la financiación adicional para apoyar la compra de instrumentos musicales.  

 

A continuación se encuentran las preguntas y respuestas de los miembros del Comité Consultivo de Aprendices de Inglés del Distrito (DELAC en inglés)

 

P: ¿Podemos invertir más en maestro sustitutos para asegurar que estén bien preparados?
R: Nosotros ofrecemos tasas de pago competitivas para asegurar que atraigamos a la mejor calidad de sustitutos para nuestros alumnos. Todos los maestros dejan planes de instrucción y materiales para los maestros sustitutos. Podemos considerar proporcionar desarrollo profesional para sustitutos.

 

P: ¿Qué planes están en lugar para maestras quienes se ausentan por maternidad?

R: Los maestros sustitutos usan el mismo currículo y planes de instrucción que usan los maestros permanentes. Intentamos asegurar que tengamos un sustituto de largo plazo quien estará con los alumnos durante todo el tiempo de ausencia por maternidad.

 

P: ¿Que ocurre cuando un alumno reclasifica con competencia de fluidez en inglés? ¿Continua recibiendo el distrito la financiación suplementaria para este alumno?
R: Cuando un estudiante de inglés adquiere suficientes habilidades in inglés para reclasificar  con competencia de fluidez en inglés, ya no recibimos la financiación especial que se le designa a los estudiantes de inglés,

 

P: ¿Cómo aseguran que los alumnos que han reclasificado sean exitosos?

R: Tenemos planes de monitorización en lugar para proporcionarles a los alumnos reclasificados con los apoyos necesarios para asegurar una transición fluida y que mantengan sus niveles de logros académicos.  

 

R: Con respecto a los resultados SBAC ¿Cómo nos comparamos a otros distritos?
P: Estamos constantemente mejorando año tras año, sobre los últimos nueve años consecutivos. En comparación a otros distritos con características demográficas similares, estamos teniendo mejores resultados.  

 

P: ¿Cuándo recibirán los padres los resultados de SBAC?
R: El Departamento de Servicios Educativo manda los resultados a las casas de los alumnos a fines de agosto o a comienzos de septiembre.

 

P: ¿Por qué tienen los alumnos de inglés los resultados más bajos de SBAC?
R: Ya que los exámenes se administran en inglés, los alumnos quienes todavía están desarrollando su dominio del inglés generalmente tienen dificultades entendiendo las preguntas o expresando sus ideas con fluidez en un idioma que todavía están aprendiendo.

 

P: ¿Cómo se distribuyen los fondos a las escuelas?
R: Los fondos se distribuyen basándose en los datos, tales como la cantidad de alumnos en cada escuela y las evidencias de las necesidades de esos alumnos.

 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 6/19/18




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We are proud to share that our very own Karen Carrera Selis is the recipient of the Chuck Acosta Scholarship Award.

 

This award is given to individuals that work with English Learners on a daily basis and whose goal is to become a bilingual teacher or counselor.

 

Congratulations Karen and thank you for your commitment and service to FDR students!!!

 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 6/8/18




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The Lawndale Elementary School District is pleased to
extend our Free Summer Food Program to all children
in our community ages 1 - 18.

 

Please see flyer below for details and more resources! Please call Alice Garcia at (310) 973-1300 x 50051 if you have any questions.

 

El Distrito Escolar Primario de Lawndale se complace
en ofrecer el programa de comidas gratuitas para los
niños en nuestra comunidad entre 1 a 18 años.

 

Por favor vea los detalles en el volante a continuación. Por favor llame a Alice Garcia al (310) 973-1300 x 50051 si tiene preguntas.

 

Summer Food Program page 1
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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 6/6/18




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Promoting healthy eating decisions is extremely important! Please read the article below that verifies increased consumption of fruits and vegetables among children who participate at their school garden.

 

Click here to read the article.

 

Click here if you want to become a garden volunteer!

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 6/6/18




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Dear Parents,


Each fall we distribute the LESD Parent and Student Handbook. We are providing this addendum to the 2017-18 handbook to be in compliance with Federal requirements, and will include this information in all future parent student handbooks.

 

Thank you.

 


Estimados padres,


Cada otoño distribuimos el Manual para Padres y Alumnos de LESD. Les estamos proporcionando el apéndice al manual del año 2017-18 para estar en conformidad con los requisitos federales. Incluiremos dicha información en todos los futuros manuales para padres y alumnos.


Gracias.

 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 6/1/18




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Evelyn Garcia, Social Worker at Rogers Middle Schools, has received the Heart of Social Work Award from the USC
Dworak-Peck School of Social Work. The award recognizes Garcia’s dedication to guiding social work and counseling interns while attaining invaluable hands-on experience as they participate in the district’s Intern Program.

 

This is the third consecutive year LESD has received a top honor from USC. In 2017, Van Bui, Social Worker at Anderson Elementary School, received the Distinguished Field Instructor Award and is 2016 LESD was the recipient of the Agency of the Year Award for their innovative Intern Program.

 

In this photo: LESD Student Support Services Team, from left to right: Jorge Arroyo, Director of Student Support Services; and School Social Workers: Sofia Lupian-Hernandez, Jalpa Patel, Martika Tucker, Evelyn Garcia, Kisalyn Michael, Montserrat Gomez, Maria Ruelas and Vanessa Clark.

 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 5/14/18




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We are proud to share that Ramona Martinez, a member of the LESD Accounting Department, has received recognition from the City of Hawthorne for her dedication, contributions, and volunteer work.  

 

A huge congratulations to Ms. Martinez!

 

Photo, from left to right: Mr. Alex Vargas,  Mayor of Hawthorne; Ms. Ramona Martinez, honoree; and Alex Monteiro, Chairman of the Hawthorne Presidents Council. 

Photo from ceremony
 

 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 5/14/18




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South Bay Classic Logo

 

Please join us to celebrate the 31st Anniversary South Bay Classic Golf Tournament!

 

Friday, August 3, 2018

Double Shotgun at

Los Verdes Golf and Country Club

 

If you would like to volunteer or play in the tournament

please contact Mr. McCann at 310-676-4806 or Ms. Swick at 310-676-1197.

 

Proceeds from this charitable event are used to help fund school and youth drug-prevention and education programs in the South Bay.

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 5/14/18




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We are proud that the LESD team was part of LACOE's efforts to help homeless students prepare for school.

 

Click here to read the article.

 

#BuildingBrighterFutures

 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 5/11/18




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The Rogers Middle School Leadership Team is proud to present the Spring Extravaganza on Friday, June 1st. All LESD families are invited, see details in flyer. 

 

La clase de liderazgo de la Escuela Intermedia Rogers orgullosamente les presenta la Extravaganza de Primavera el viernes, primero de junio. Invitamos a todas las familias del distrito a que vengan a este evento. Vean los detalles en el volante.

 

Spring Extravaganza Flyer

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 5/9/18




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At LESD we believe that family engagement is of utmost importance to achieving student success. Please take a few minutes to give us your opinion through a short survey.

 

Click here to take the Family Engagement Survey

 

En LESD consideramos que la participación familiar es esencial para lograr el éxito estudiantil. Por favor tomen unos minutos para compartir sus opiniones y tomen una encuesta corta.

 

Hagan clic aquí para tomar la encuesta de participación familiar

 

Your Voice Matters

Su voz es importante

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 5/8/18




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At LESD we believe that family engagement is of utmost importance to achieving student success. Please take a few minutes to give us your opinion through a short survey.

 

Click here to take the Family Engagement Survey

 

En LESD consideramos que la participación familiar es esencial para lograr el éxito estudiantil. Por favor tomen unos minutos para compartir sus opiniones y tomen una encuesta corta.

 

Hagan clic aquí para tomar la encuesta de participación familiar

 

Your Voice Matters
Su voz es importante
 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 4/30/18




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Parent Super Saturdays are here! Enjoy a variety of activities including zumba, arts, nutrition and receive information regarding resources for parents.

See flyer below for details, we look forward to seeing you there!

¡Los Súper Sábados para Padres ya están aquí! Disfrute de actividades incluyendo zumba, artes, nutrición y reciba información acerca nuestros recursos para padres.

Vea los detalles en el volante debajo, ¡los esperamos!

 

Parent Super Saturdays flyer
Volante de Super Sabados
 

 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 4/27/18




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Learning doesn't stop during summer! We are offering summer sessions for 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders. Applications are due by May 25.

 

Click here for details

¡El aprendizaje no para durante el verano! Estamos ofreciendo sesiones de verano para alumnos de 3er, 4to, y 5to grado. Las solicitudes deben ser entregadas antes del 25 de mayo.

 

Vea todos los detalles aquí

 

Summer School
 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 4/27/18




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Our partners "Safe Routes to School" would like your opinion. Help us make our community more active!

 

Please take a few minutes to participate in this survey.

 

Thank you!

 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 4/25/18




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April is School Library Month. We encourage all students to read a new book and keep learning!

 

Abril es el Mes de Bibliotecas Escolares. ¡Les animamos a todos nuestros alumnos a que lean un libro nuevo y sigan aprendiendo!

 

School Library Month
 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 4/12/18




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Join us on April 27, 2018 @ 5-6 pm in the cafeteria. Applications for the next school year will be provided then. 

 

Acompáñenos en 27 de Abril, 2018 de 5 a 6pm. En la cafetería de FDR.  Las aplicaciones para el próximo año serán distribuidas. 

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Published: 3/28/18




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EL SEGUNDO, CA, March 26, 2018 – After months of sorting lunchtime waste, hosting educational assemblies on waste
reduction, and packing trash free lunches, Grades of Green’s 7th annual Trash Free Lunch Challenge finalist schools
have been selected – with all schools diverting a whopping 463 TONS of waste from local landfills!

 

20 schools located in the greater Los Angeles area entered the Trash Free Lunch Challenge in fall 2017 to see which
school could divert the most waste and best inspire their student body to adopt lifelong waste reduction habits. Grades of
Green provided each school with a personalized advisor, leadership training webinars for student leaders, an educational
assembly, an eco-starter kit, and a customized waste reduction plan. Grades of Green Team student leaders ask peers to
reduce trash by bringing reusable lunch containers and using lunchtime sorting stations; forming habits that will protect
the environment for years to come.

 

As in past years, the schools exceeded expectations! The Trash Free Lunch Challenge schools collectively diverted over
46,300 bags of trash from local landfills - and more impressive than trash bag reduction is the students that made it
happen. The schools educated over 13,000 students on waste reduction. Each of these students, including those who buy
lunch, learned to sort waste into share box/food donation, compost, liquids, recyclables, landfill waste, and tray stacking.
This year’s Challenge schools achieved a 66% percent average lunchtime waste diversion rate.

 

The finalist schools from the elementary school category and middle school category are:

 

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (in no particular order):
Charles Helmers Elementary (Santa Clarita)
Our Lady of Guadalupe K-8 (Hermosa Beach)
Victor Elementary School (Torrance)

 

MIDDLE SCHOOLS (in no particular order):
Helen Keller dual immersion Middle School (Long Beach)
Oak Middle School (Los Alamitos)
South Pointe Middle School (Walnut)


Environmental Experts from the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County, Northrop Grumman, the County of Los
Angeles Sustainability department, Algalita Marine Research and Education, Surfrider – South Bay Chapter and others
will sit on the Trash Free Lunch Challenge Judges Panel. The panel will meet and discuss each of the finalist school’s
applications in late March to decide upon a winner. The winning elementary and middle school will each receive a $1,000
education grants to continue their environmental programs.

 

Grades of Green will also be awarding the following recognitions to these participants:


Berkeley Hall K-8 (Los Angeles) – Best Compost Award
Carthay Center Elementary (Los Angeles) – Litter Busters Award
Castle Rock Elementary (Diamond Bar)– Best Recycling Award
Cyrus J. Morris Elementary (Walnut) – Best Education Award
Evelyn Carr Elementary (Torrance)– Best Green Team Award
F.D. Roosevelt Elementary (Lawndale) – Best Food Recovery Award
Gaspar de Portola Middle School (Tarzana) – City Leaders Award
Jackie Robinson Academy K-8 (Long Beach) – Green Leaders of Tomorrow Award
Nettie L. Waite Middle School (Norwalk)– Most Determined Award
Overland Elementary (Los Angeles) – Greenest Community Award
St. Anthony K-8 (Long Beach)– Green Stewards Award
Skyblue Mesa Elementary (Canyon Country) – Community Activists Award
Whittier Elementary (Long Beach)– Most Inspirational
William F. Prisk Elementary (Long Beach) – Super Sorters Award
 

“The goal of the Trash Free Lunch Challenge is not only to reduce waste but also to teach children how to reuse, recycle and compost. Educating students through programs such as these furthers our mission of converting waste into resources in the communities we serve,” said Grace Robinson Hyde, Sanitation Districts’ Chief Engineer and General Manager.


“We are so impressed with the student leadership at our Trash Free Lunch Challenge schools,” said Allie Bussjaeger, Grades of Green’s Director of Regional Programs. “These students have gone above and beyond to inspire their campus communities to reduce waste. From delivering classroom presentations, to hosting grade level competitions, to making educational videos, these students are making waste reduction easy and fun!”


WHAT IS GRADES OF GREEN’S TRASH FREE LUNCH CHALLENGE?


Grades of Green's Trash Free Lunch Challenge is a yearlong competition where Southern California schools challenge each other to see which school can reduce the most lunchtime waste. Grades of Green teaches students to reduce trash by bringing reusable lunch containers and using lunchtime waste sorting systems. This ultimately forms habits that will protect the environment for years to come. Through fun, educational assemblies, personalized eco-starter kits, waste reduction plans, and Grades of Green Advisors available to personally guide each school, Grades of Green helps create an environment where every school can be a winner! A panel of environmental experts will evaluate the implementation and success of the three finalists’ trash reduction programs. The winning schools (one elementary and one middle school) will receive a Grand Prize of a $1,000 education grant. Click here to learn more about the Challenge.

 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 3/27/18




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We needed to rescheduled our Jog-A-Thon to April 20, 2018

 

Tuvimos que reprogramar el Jog-A-Thon para el 20 de Abril  

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Published: 3/19/18




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Join us on Tuesday, March 20 @ 9:00 am for our Incoming TK and Kindergarten parent orientation. 

 

 

Acompáñenos a la Reunión de Orientación de TK y Kindergarten para padres el Martes 20 de Marzo a las 9:00 am. 

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Published: 3/19/18




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Our RAP Programs is taking applications for the Summer 2018 program. See flyer for details!

 

Please call (310) 973-1300 ext. 50107 if you have any questions. 

 

Nuestro programa RAP está aceptando solicitudes para el verano de 2018. Vea el volante debajo para los detalles.

 

Por favor llame al (310) 973-1300 ext. 50107 si tiene preguntas. 

Summer Program Flyer
 

 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 3/12/18




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From 3/12 to 3/30 our RAP Program is having a Play-Doh drive to benefit Children's Hospital Los Angeles. See the flyer for details!

Del 12 al 30 de marzo nuestro program RAP tendrá una colecta de plastilina la cual beneficiará al Hospital de Niños de Los Ángeles. Vea el volante para los detalles!

 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 3/8/18




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Super Saturdays are here beginning Saturday, March 3rd from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. for grades K-5. Students will focus on arts, theater, fitness & will go on field trips!  Snacks and lunch will be provided.

Flyers going home on Tuesday, February 27. RSVP as soon as possible! 

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Super Sábados comenzarán el sábado 3 de marzo de 8:00 a.m. a 12:00 p.m. para grados K-5. ¡Los estudiantes se enfocarán en artes, teatro, actividad física y participarán en paseos escolares! Se proporcionarán aperitivos y almuerzo.

Los folletos serán enviados a casa el martes 27 de febrero. ¡Confirme la asistencia de su estudiante lo más pronto posible! 

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Posted by: Amanda Garcia
Published: 2/26/18




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Join us and bring the entire family on

Thursday, March 1st, 2018

@ 6:00pm

FDR Cafeteria

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Posted by: Amanda Garcia
Published: 2/23/18




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Please click here to read a message regarding school safety from our Superintendent.

Por favor haga clic aquí para leer un mensaje de nuestra Superintendente sobre la seguridad escolar.

 

LESD safe schools message
 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 2/23/18




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We are so excited to begin out STEM Parent Sessions on Feb. 21 @ 8:45am, it will be so much fun. 

Join us!

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Estamos muy emocionados de comenzar las sesiones de STEM para padres el 21 de Feb. a las 8:45am estarán muy divertidas.

Acompañenos!  



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Published: 2/15/18




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Please join us for our Emergency Preparedness Workshop with the American Red Cross on Tuesday, Feb. 20 @ 8:45 am.

Two sessions: English in room 18 and Spanish in room 30

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Por favor acompáñenos al taller de Preparación en casos de Emergencias con la Cruz Roja Americana el Martes 20 de Feb. a las 8:45am.  

Dos sesiones: Ingles en el salón 18 y Español en el salón 30

 


 

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Published: 2/15/18




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Join us for our upcoming Kindergarten festivals for all incoming TK & Kinder students. Please see flyer for details.

 


 

Por favor acompáñenos nuestro Festival de Kínder para todos nuestros alumnos entrantes de TK y Kínder. Vea el volante para más detalles. 

 

flyer


spanish flyer
 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 1/20/18




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Acompáñenos a la reunión de Bienestar Familiar de la Comunidad el lunes 22 de enero a las 3:30pm en la escuela primaria Kit Carson. 

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Posted by: Amanda Garcia
Published: 1/19/18




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Join us at Carson Elementary for a series of parent workshops.  Space still available.

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Published: 1/12/18




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Get involved and become one of our Garden Farmers. Work with students and help keep our gardens beautiful. 

 

No experience necessary! 

 

For more information, please email kris_lauritson@lawndalesd.net or call Lissette Bravo at (310) 973-1300 X 50057

 


 

Si le encanta trabajar en los jardines, involúcrese y sea uno de nuestros voluntarios quienes mantienen a nuestros jardines bellos junto a nuestros alumnos.

 

¡No necesita experiencia!

 

Para más información, por favor mande un correo a kris_lauritson@lawndalesd.net o llame a Lissette Bravo al (310) 973-1300 ext. 50057

 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 1/12/18




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Posted by: Amanda Garcia
Published: 12/19/17




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Coming soon!  Applications for Spanish/English Dual Immersion Kindergarten will become available January 22, 2018.

 

Visit www.twain.lawndalesd.org/di for more information.

 

An informational meeting for prospective families has been scheduled for February 5, 2018 at 8:45am and 5:30pm at Mark Twain Elementary.


¡Muy pronto! Las solicitudes para Kínder de Doble Inmersión en español e inglés estarán disponibles el 22 de enero de 2018.

 

Visite www.twain.lawndalesd.org/di para obtener más información.

 

Se programó una reunión informativa para las familias interesadas para el 5 de febrero de 2018 a las 8:45 a.m. y a las 5:30 p.m. en la escuela primaria Mark Twain.

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 12/11/17




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Notice to Parents & Staff:

 

The Air Quality Management District maps show Lawndale’s air to be ‘moderate’ due to the wildfires.

 

The AQMD recommends that “in any area where you can see or smell smoke, everyone should avoid vigorous exertion and limit outdoor exposure”.

 

Student health and safety is a top priority at LESD, we will keep you posted if there are any updates.

 

For more information please visit:

 

http://www.aqmd.gov/

 

Interactive map that is updated hourly:

 

https://www.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=dd4a15deed8647edacb14f140ca83d05

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 12/7/17




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PM RAP runs from school dismissal until 5:30pm Monday through Friday.

 

RAP offers learning opportunities that are active and engaging, collaborative, meaningful, supports mastery and expands horizons for K-5th grade students at FDR.

 

Activities complement the school day and include daily snack, homework help, leadership, visual and performing arts, physical fitness, sports and much more!

 

The cost of PM RAP is $60.00 per school year. Payment must be made by money order and made out to Lawndale Elementary School District.

 

Contact Elena Carrillo-Rodriguez at (310)973-1300 ext. 57243

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Published: 12/4/17




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The Accounting & Budgeting Department is excited to announce that this year you can make your tax season a lot easier by signing up for an electronic W2!

 

See the attached flyer for details.

 

Contact the Accounting & Budgeting Department at (310) 973-1300 if you have any questions. 

 

Electronic W2 flyer
 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 11/28/17




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Join us Thursday, November 30th, 2017 @ 6:00 pm. in the cafeteria.  

Acompáñenos el Jueves 30 de Noviembre, 2017 a las 6:00pm. en la cafeteria.

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Published: 11/17/17




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Running Times:

 

TK, Kinder & 1st Grade    1:00-1:30

2nd & 3rd Grade             1:35-2:05

4th & 5th Grade               2:15-2:45

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Posted by: Amanda Garcia
Published: 11/7/17




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Greetings,

Click here to read our Superintendent's December Newsletter.

Enjoy!

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Saludos,

Haga clic aqui para leer el boletín informativo de nuestra Superintendente para el mes de noviembre.


¡Gracias por leerlo!

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 11/7/17




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Join us at our Community Wellness Meeting on November 13th at Carson School. 

 

We will share wellness goals for each school, physical activity updates, and dental resources!

 

More details in the flyer. 


 

Acompáñenos en nuestra junta de bienestar escolar el 13 de noviembre en la escuela Carson.

 

Compartiremos metas de bienestar para cada escuela, actualizaciones acerca la actividad física, y recursos dentales.

 

Más detalles en el volante debajo. 

 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 11/7/17




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Dear Lawndale Family,

 

As our community is experiencing high temperatures this week, Lawndale Elementary School District is implementing heat protocols to help ensure that our students, staff and schools remain as cool as possible. 

 

  • All students and staff should be in air-conditioned or shaded areas as much as possible.
  • Avoid strenuous activities and drink water throughout the day.
  • Wear light, loose-fitting clothing and wear sunscreen.
  • Students should immediately tell their teacher or another adult if they feel ill due to the heat.

 

Thank you for your continued support, and try to stay cool!

 


 

Estimadas familias de Lawndale,

 

Debido a las temperaturas altas que están ocurriendo esta semana, el Distrito Escolar Primario de Lawndale implementará medidas para asegurar que se mantengan frescos nuestros alumnos, personal, y escuelas.

 

  • Todos alumnos y personal deben mantenerse en áreas con aire acondicionado o sombras
  • Evitar actividades agotadoras y tomar agua a lo largo del día
  • Vestirse en ropa ligera y usar protector solar
  • Los alumnos debe informarles a sus maestros u otro adulto inmediatamente si se sienten enfermos debido al calor

 

Gracias por su apoyo ¡y traten de mantenerse frescos!  

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 10/24/17




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Published: 10/17/17




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PTA Membership Drive Happening Now! 

FDR Elementary School's PTA drive is going on for only $10.  The funds help support our field trips, buses, and other school activities.  Your membership is very important to our educational programs, even if you cannot attend PTA meetings. PTA Envelopes are available in the office. Thank you for your continued supporting!

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Published: 10/17/17




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We are excited to announce that FDR Elementary is one of the 22 schools in California that will participate in this year's Grades of Green Trash Free Lunch Challenge. Read below for more information. 

 


 

CHALLENGE ACCEPTED! CELEBRATED WASTE REDUCTION CONTEST KICKS-OFF FOR THE NEW SCHOOL YEAR

 

22 So Cal Schools will reduce over 300 tons of trash in Grades of Green’s7th Annual Trash Free Lunch Challenge


WHITTIER, Calif., October 9th, 2017 - When it comes to lunchtime trash, less is definitely more. That’s the lesson environmental education nonprofit Grades of Green wants to teach students as the organization kicks off its seventh annual Trash Free Lunch Challenge (TFLC).


Students from participating schools will learn how to decrease waste by packing trash-free lunches (such as reusable lunch containers, water bottles and utensils, and cloth napkins). All students, including those who buy lunch, will also learn how to sort lunchtime waste to be donated, composted and recycled.

 

Through a combination of sorting waste and bringing reusable lunch containers, TFLC schools reduce an average of 70 percent of lunchtime waste; winning schools reduce over 92 percent of trash. In total, 117 schools have diverted 2,300 tons of waste from the landfill since the Challenge began seven years ago. This year, Challenge participants are on track to reduce at least 300 tons!


While these metrics speak to the program’s success in helping schools protect our environment and divert waste, the real results are the environmental values students take home. “The goal of the Trash Free Lunch Challenge is not only to reduce waste but also to teach children how to reuse, recycle and compost. Educating students through programs such as these furthers our mission of converting waste into resources in the communities we serve,” said Grace Hyde, Sanitation Districts’ Chief Engineer and General Manager.


“Grades of Green’s goal with our Trash Free Lunch Challenge is to help participating schools start lasting green programs to instill environmental and waste reduction habits that will stay with students for a lifetime,” said Allie Bussjaeger, Director of Regional Programs at Grades of Green. “We are changing the course of the future by making environmental protection second nature in young minds today.”
 

WHAT IS GRADES OF GREEN’S TRASH FREE LUNCH CHALLENGE?

 

Grades of Green's Trash Free Lunch Challenge is a yearlong competition where Southern California schools challenge each other to see which school can reduce the most lunchtime waste. Grades of Green teaches students to reduce trash by bringing reusable lunch containers and using lunchtime waste sorting systems. This ultimately forms habits that will protect the environment for years to come. Through fun, educational assemblies, personalized eco-starter kits, waste reduction plans, and Grades of Green Advisors available to personally guide each school, Grades of Green helps create an environment where every school can be a winner! A panel of environmental experts will evaluate the implementation and success of the three finalists’ trash reduction programs. The winning schools (one elementary and one middle school) will receive a Grand Prize of a $1,000 education grant. 

 

SCHOOLS PARTICIPATING IN THE CHALLENGE INCLUDE:

 

CANYON COUNTRY
Sky Blue Mesa Elementary School

 

DIAMOND BAR
Castle Rock Elementary School

 

HERMOSA BEACH
Our Lady of Guadalupe School

 

LAWNDALE
F.D. Roosevelt Elementary School

 

LONG BEACH
Saint Anthony School
Jackie Robinson Academy
Helen Keller Middle School
Lincoln Elementary School
Prisk Elementary School
Whittier Elementary School

 

LOS ALAMITOS
Richard Henry Lee Elementary School
Oak Middle School

 

LOS ANGELES Carthay School of Environmental Studies Magnet Berkeley Hall School Overland Elementary School

 

NORWALK
Nettie L. Waite Middle School

 

SANTA CLARITA
Charles Helmers Elementary School
SAUGUS Emblem Elementary School

 

TARZANA

Gaspar De Portola Middle School

 

TORRANCE

Victor Elementary School

Carr Elementary School

 

WALNUT

Cyrus J. Morris Elementary School

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 10/10/17




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Read our Superintendent's Newsletter for October here.

 

Lea el boletÍn de nuestra Superintendente para el mes de octubre aquí.

 

October newsletter
 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 10/6/17




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Our students are invited to attend the final dress rehearsal show for a professional opera! 

 

Date: October 12

Time: 4 pm

Place: Centinela Valley Center for the Arts

           14901 Inglewood Avenue

           Lawndale, CA 90260

 

The show is 2.5 hours long with a 20 minute intermission.

 

See more details about the show here.

 

If you are interested, please contact:

Cammie Vogel at 310.263.3203

 


 

Nuestros alumnos están invitados para asistir el ensayo final para una opera profesional. 

 

Fecha: 12 de octubre

Hora: 4 pm

Lugar: Centinela Valley Center for the Arts

           14901 Inglewood Avenue

           Lawndale, CA 90260

 

El show dura 2.5 hora con un entreacto de 20 minutos. 

 

Vea mas detalles acerca del show aqui

 

Si esta interesado, comuniquese con:

Cammie Vogel al 310.263.3203

The Consul Opera promo
 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 9/29/17




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Last night, families in the neighborhood around 147th St. and Avis Ave. were evacuated to Leuzinger High School due to a report of potentially explosive devices being found in the backyard of a residence.

 

Law enforcement has the situation under control, and this incident has no impact on our schools.

 

Our District Office and schools are open. Families should rest assured that students are safe in school and that safety is our number one priority. 

 

Anoche, algunas familias en el vecindario de la calle 147 y Avenida Avis fueron evacuadas a la Escuela Secundaria Leuzinger debido a que se encontraron algunos materiales potencialmente explosivos en el patio trasero de una casa.

 

Las autoridades tienen la situación bajo control, y este incidente no ha impactado a nuestras escuelas.

 

Nuestra oficina del distrito y nuestras escuelas están abiertas. Todas las familias pueden estar seguras que los alumnos están seguros en nuestras escuelas y que la seguridad de nuestros alumnos es nuestra máxima prioridad. 


 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 9/29/17




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Todos las personas interesadas quienes sean residentes de Lawndale pueden tomar ventaja de clases gratuitas para aprender inglés.

 

Si está interesado, por favor comuníquese con el Enlace Comunitario de su escuela. 

 

(310) 973-1300

 

 

Marina Sandoval

Anderson Elementary

X 52206

 

Amanda Garcia Rangel

FDR Elementary

X 57206

 

Idalia Valencia

Green Elementary

X 54211

 

Paola Galvez

Mitchell Elementary

X 55206

 

Ana Ibarra

Smith Elementary

X 58220

 

Mayra Chavez

Twain Elementary

X 59207

 

Joselyn Guerra

Addams Middle School

X 51221

 

Krystal Torres

Rogers Middle School

X 56235

 

ESL Classes in action
 

 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral, District Admin, Lawndale Elementary School District
Published: 9/28/17




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Thursday September 28, 2017, annual Title I parent meeting.  Join us at one of our two meetings, at 8:30 am and/or 1:30 pm.

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Jueves 28 de septiembre, 2017, junta anual de Titulo uno.  Acompañenos a una de las dos juntas que tendremos, a las 8:30 am y/o a la 1:30 pm. 

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Published: 9/25/17




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Come and be part of FDR and COPA Family FUN Night, enjoy different fun games and activities for all ages. We will have a raffle at the end of the night.

 

Venga y sea parte de la Noche Familiar Divertida de FDR y COPA, disfrute de diferentes juegos divertidos y actividades para todas las edades.  Tendremos una rifa al final de la noche.

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Published: 9/21/17




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Published: 9/13/17