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Your feedback is very important to us. Click on the link below or scan the QR code for the Cafe LA Student Menu Survey!

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/83S8PLR

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Breakfast in the Classroom

Breakfast in the Classroom begins August 12, 2014.  The time for breakfast is 8:21 to 8:40.  All children will be offered a healthy breakfast at no cost to parents.  Children may opt out.  Only school food will be served in the classroom.  No home breakfast is allowed.

MEAL APPLICATIONS

 

Dear Lomita Parents,

 

We need your help!  Please complete a meal application for your child.  You can complete the application online.  Please click here to begin!  You only need to fill out one application per family.  Our goal is for every child/family to have a complete application.  Thank you!

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Online Meal Applications/ Breakfast and Lunch Menus

You can  click here for the Cafe LA website for:

-Online Meal Application

-Breakfast and Lunch Menus 

Fridays are Lomita Spirit Days!

Remember to wear your Lomita Leopard Spirit Wear every Fridays! 

ROAR!

Red Ribbon Week - October 27-31

During Red Ribbon Week the PTA will encourage school spirit with a daily event.

Monday  "Red Ribbon Week Pride"

- Wear a red shirt to show your school pride

 

Tuesday "It's Crazy to do Drugs"

- Wear your favorite crazy hairstyle or wig

 

Wednesday "Paws in Your Pajamas"

- Wear pajamas to show your support

 

Thursday "Be a Sport, Don't Do Dope"

- Wear your favorite sports jersey and cap

 

Friday "Go Goofy Against Drugs"

- Wear goofy, mismatched clothes and socks

Volunteers Needed

If you are interested in volunteering, please see Yazmin Cruz, our Community Representative,  in the main office.  

Volunteers are needed for: 

  • Drop and Go Valet Program
  • Breakfast in the Classroom

If you can give 30 minutes one or two days a week from 7:45-8:15 we could really use your help.

Remember you must complete an application in the main office and have a current TB test. All volunteers must have a current Volunteer Application on file in the office along with proof of a current TB test (within 6 months of volunteering).  The TB test is good for 4 years.   Any volunteer who works more than 16 hours a week must have a Live Scan completed through LAUSD.

Drop and Go Zone

The Drop and Go zone will be located on 247th St. The zone will be clearly marked with orange cones. To enter the zone you must approach the school from Narbonne Ave. We are asking that the Moon Ave. gate be for pedestrian traffic only.

For this program to be successful we need your cooperation. Please make sure to remember:

 

  • This is for your child's safety so please be patient
  • Have backpacks ready
  • Have your child sitting on the right passenger side of the vehicle
  • Say your goodbyes before you enter the Drop and Go Zone
  • Never let your child exit your vehicle outside of the zone

 

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PRINCIPAL'S CORNER

Dear Parents/Guardians,

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     As I start my second full month at Lomita Magnet, I continue to be amazed at the caliber of our students and the incredible parent/family involvement and participation rate. Our PTA continues to fundraise to benefit our students, our School Site Council had its first meeting and our English Learner Advisory Committee met as well. I am also very thankful to the many volunteers that help in our classrooms, our Breakfast in the Classroom program and our Valet/Drop & Go program. It is only through our combined effort and commitment that we make a difference at Lomita. Thank you all for your support of our school, the staff and I thank you and appreciate you.

     We had a fantastic Back to School Night last month, with every classroom visited by almost every student’s family. The classrooms truly reflected the wonderful environment your child learns in every day and I would like to take the opportunity to thank our teachers for everything they do for our children as well.

     We had a good start of our Valet/Drop & Go program and recently appealed to you for additional volunteers since there were days when only one or two volunteers participated during August and September. I am very happy to report that many families responded to our appeal and attended a meeting with Lomita Sheriff’s Deputy. I am looking forward to a very successful Valet/Drop & Go program this year and ask that you respect our volunteers, not “double stop” and proceed as far forward as possible before stopping your car so we may expedite drop off as much as possible. You will be receiving additional information regarding the program later in the fall, as soon as we coordinate with the City of Lomita for details.

     I would also like to remind you that the first bell rings at 8:16am and students are expected to line up at that time. Teachers come to the playground when the bell sounds and by the time the second bell rings, all students are in the classroom. Please leave your home a little earlier if your child is not getting to the line by 8:16 am since instructional minutes do start at 8:21 am. Thank you very much for your support and understanding.

 

Sincerely,

M. Friedman

Monica Friedman 

 

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School Site Council Members

Our SSC Members for the 2014-2015 school year are:

 

  • Monica Friedman, Principal
  • Esther Hatch, Chairperson
  • Cristy Carrillo, Vice Chairperson
  • Maritza Ortiz, Parliamentarian
  • Yazmin Cruz, Parent Representative
  • Ted Burns, Staff
  • Lauren Sorensen, Staff
  • Anna Thomson, Staff
  • Clare Zabel, Staff (Alternate)
  • Adela Fernandez,, Member
  • Kimberly Smith, Member
  • Kelly Collier, Member (Alternate)

English Language Advisory Committee

Our ELAC Members for the 2014-2015 school year are:

  • Emiliano Vidal, Chairperson
  • Angelica Flores, Vice Chairperson
  • Isabel Cruz, Member
  • Maria Benitez, Member
  • Luz De La Cruz, Member