New Smarter Balanced State Assessment Link
Click here to take the practice test and learn what you can do to help prepare your child for this assessment.
Your feedback is very important to us. Click on the link below or scan the QR code for the Cafe LA Student Menu Survey!
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.
ESC South Parent Academy
The ESC South Parent and Community Engagement Unit invites ALL FAMILIES to participate in the ESC SOUTH PARENT ACADEMY.
DATE: Saturday, January 31, 2015
TIME: 8:30AM - 12:00PM
Legacy Senior High School - Visual and Performing Arts
5225 Tweedy Blvd.
South Gate, CA 90280
Topics will include:
Refreshments and translation services will be provided and attendees will participate in raffles!
Please RSVP by calling the Parent and Community Engagement Office at (310) 354-3401
Click here for the flyer.
FRIDAYS ARE LOMITA SPIRIT DAYS!
Remember to wear your Lomita Leopard Spirit Wear every Fridays! You can still buy Lomita Spirit Wear in the Parent Center, Room 2A.
If you are interested in volunteering, please see Yazmin Cruz, our Community Representative, in the main office.
Volunteers are needed for:
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 VALET
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.
I want to welcome you back to school and wish everyone a Happy New Year! I hope you had a restful winter break and had an opportunity to spend valuable time with your children, extended family and friends. As we enter 2nd semester, we will continue to focus on the Common Core State Standards in all grade levels. As our students in grades 3-5 get closer to the End of Year State Test, now called Smarter Balanced Assessment, I anticipate that our students’ test results will dip as compared to previous years, as they have dipped nationwide when the assessment was first implemented. This year will be our Base Year and as such, our progress will be measured the following year as compared to our spring 2015 results. As the time gets closer to the start of testing, you will receive additional information.
We will be offering afterschool tutoring for selected students in grades 3-5. If your child is struggling toward mastery of the Common Core Standards, you may be contacted by your child’s teacher regarding intervention opportunities. Students will be selected based on their assessment data in Language Arts. If your child is invited to attend intervention, we encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity. Intervention will be held after school during the months of February and March; additional information will be included in the invitation letter of the selected students.
I want to again thank you for your continued partnership in working together to prepare our children to be College and Career ready. In keeping with that theme, Lomita Magnet will, for the first time participate in College Week during the last week of February. This will replace our traditional Career Day since we believe, as a District and as a school community, that the first step toward a successful career is to have the opportunity to attend college. When our students leave us in 5th grade the question we should ask them is which college they will attend, not whether they will attend college. To that end, we will be sending home some ideas that families can help us with to make our first College Week a very successful one and I thank you in advance.
School Site Council Members
Our SSC Members for the 2014-2015 school year are:
English Language Advisory Committee
Our ELAC Members for the 2014-2015 school year are: