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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.


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Meal Applications for 2016-2017

Why should you complete a meal application?


One of the most important actions you can take to help your children and help the educational programs at Lomita Magnet is to submit an LAUSD Meal Application.


Apply online at: http://www.myschoolapps.com

Applications are due by September 24, 2016

*FOR YOU: Your children may be eligible for free or reduced-price meals at school.  Many people are surprised to learn that they qualify.  Federal money is allocated for this purpose and you should get your share.


*FOR LOMITA MAGNET: Lomita Magnet depends on funds provided by the federal Title 1 program and our Title 1 funding depends on the percentage of accepted Meal Applications.  If all Lomita Magnet families apply we'll meet the threshold (50%) to qualify as a Title 1 school and receive these funds or possibly be able to reach 75+% to receive a higher rate of Title 1 allocations. Title 1 funding provides important resources such as: Intervention services for students (Learning Center), full time assistant in the Science Lab, and access to intervention websites such as Raz-Kids.



If you qualified last year:

  • You have a strong chance of qualifying for the 2016-2017 school year.
  • Your eligibility from 2016-2017 will expire on or before October 30, 2016.
  • You must apply by September 30, 2016 to continue without any interruption of the benefits of free or reduced lunch for yourself and to help with Lomita Magnet's Title 1 Eligibility for funding for its programs.


We do not know in advance what formula the school district all use to determine eligibility, so ALL Lomita Magnet families should submit a meal application, no matter what their family income is.


LAUSD began accepting 2016-2017 meal applications in July 2016.  Submit yours today!  

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Fundraiser at Rizzo's Pizzeria

Join us Wednesday and Thursday, September 21st and 22nd at Rizzo's Pizzeria to help raise money for our school!  Simply mention you are with Lomita Magnet to participate.  Valid both days 11:00am - 9:00pm for pick-up, dine-in, delivery, and takeout!


Rizzo's Pizzeria

24100 Narbonne Avenue

Lomita, Ca 90717


Annual Title 1 Meeting

Annual Title I Meeting 

When: Tuesday, October 11

Time: 9:30am

Where: Auditorium


Please join us for our Annual Title 1 Meeting! All parents are invited to learn more about Title I and the resources supported through Title I funding.

Lomita Math Science Magnet Recognized as a Magnet School of Distinction

Lomita Math/Science Magnet has been recognized for its exceptional merit and innovation by Magnet Schools of America, a national organization representing nearly 4,000 theme- based programs across the United States. Superintendent Michelle King notes that schools receiving the award are judged on “their ability to raise student academic achievement, promote racial and socioeconomic diversity, provide integrated curricula and instruction, and create community partnerships that enhance the school’s theme.” 


Click here for Lomita Magnet's Recognition in "Celebrating Super South Heroes" for Local District South.

Click here for Superintendent Michelle King's Letter 

Common Core State Standards Roadmap

Please click here for the link for the Common Core State Standards Parent Roadmap Flyer.


The CCSS booklet called “Parent Roadmaps” are available for you to print. Each subject and grade specific guide provides ways parents can support student achievement. They also provide a three year overview of how standards progress.

Visit LAUSD’s Common Core State Standards Office to download the brochures of choice.

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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 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.

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




School Site Council Members

Our SSC Members for the 2016-2017 school year are:

  • TBA

English Language Advisory Committee

Our ELAC Members for the 2016-2017 school year are:

  • TBA

Local District South Parent Center Workshop

Workshops are held at Local District South: 1208 Magnolia Avenue, Gardena, 90247

Contact Info: 310-354-3272 or email maria.ballesteros@lausd.net


No Workshops this month.