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Coffee w/ The Principal: Friday, Dec. 1

School Experience Survey! Deadline is Friday, November 17

Greetings Parents/Community Members,

 

The School Experience Survey is Here!  PARENTS, PLEASE TAKE THE SURVEY BEFORE Friday, NOVEMBER 17, 2017!!!

 

The School Experience Survey is an annual survey administered to all LAUSD schools. Survey results give each school important insight into what staff, students and parents think about their school's learning environment.

The 2017-2018 School Experience Survey window is now open. The window will remain open through Friday, November 17th. Students and staff take their survey online. Parents have the option of completing either the online survey or the paper survey.

If you'd like to take the survey online, please use the following links, for English or Spanish:

 

Survey in English

Encuesta en Español

Characteristics of Families Whose Children do Well in School

• Establish a daily family routine
• Monitor out-of-school activities
• Model the value of learning, self-discipline and hard work
• Express high but realistic expectations for achievement
• Encourage children's development and progress in school
• Encourage reading, writing, and discussions among family members
• Use community resources for family needs
 
Henderson, A.T., & Mapp, K.L. (2002). A New Wave of Evidence: Impact of School, Family, and Community Connections on Student Achievement, National Center for Family and Community Connections with School, Southwest Education Development Laboratory. ED-01-CO-009

 

   As a school, we strive to help children pursue their dreams and reach their fullest academic potential, but we need the help of parents. Being that parents are the first teachers of our students, the Parent Center provides opportunities to help parents support their child’s learning at home and at school. The Parent Center serves as a resource to ensure partnership between the school and the parent.


  The Parent Center has brochures, pamphlets, and resource books on various topics (testing information, college admissions, parenting strategies, etc.) There is also a computer with internet access available for parents to research scholarships, explore prospective colleges and careers, and view the College Board website to apply for testing accommodations and check for important testing dates and other information.