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Title I Coordinator

April Monroe

email: ajh5599@lausd.net

Office: Room 116

Phone #: (310) 280 - 1414

Monroe, April
EL/Title I Coordinator
Seislove, Dean
Title III Coordinator

Title 1


In 1965, President Johnson set the nation on a course to ensure equity for all by increasing access to a basic education.  This had been denied to many living in poverty.  Now fifty years later, with ever increasing needs and demands for an educated citizenry, we continue to build toward that goal. Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) provides resources to schools to enable students to reach proficiency as determined by the assessment of state standards in reading and math.



The School Experience Survey for 2016-17 is now closed


Thank you to all parents and teachers who participated and submitted their survey. Your feedback is greatly appreciated!


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


GOOD GRIEF: A Best Friend Play

Selected students will have the opportunity to see 'Good Grief: A Best Friend Play' on March 21st at the Kirk Douglas Theatre. 'Good Grief' explores the coming-of-age journey of a Nigerian girl via literature, poetic language, identity, intimacy, sexuality, and cultural awareness.