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A message from Mrs. PAdilla

 

Report Cards - We have reached the end of Trimester 1, teachers will be sending report cards through email/ClassDojo the week of November 30th-December 4th

No School 
Thanksgiving Break - November 23rd-November 27th

Food Service - We will be offering meal service for Thanksgiving week this Monday, November 23rd from 9:00 am to 11:00 am ONLY at Anderson Elementary. Meals are first come, first served and available while supplies last. See you there!
food

SAVE THE DATE- Online Scholastic Book Fair 
Fair Dates:  NOV. 28 - DEC. 11
Online Store: Click here


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Vacaciones de Acción de Gracias - 23 de noviembre-27 de noviembre

Servicio de comida - Ofreceremos servicio de comida para la semana de Acción de Gracias este lunes 23 de noviembre de 9:00 am a 11:00 am SOLO en la Primaria Anderson. Las comidas son por orden de llegada y están disponibles hasta agotar existencias. ¡Los vemos allí!

RESERVE LA FECHA - Feria del libros en línea
Fechas: NOV. 28 - DIC. 11
Tienda en línea: ¡Haga clic aquí!

School Spirit Events - Eventos de espíritu escolar

Be on the lookout for our virtual school spirit events starting soon! Here is our weekly calendar.

¡Esté atento a nuestros eventos de espíritu escolar virtual que comenzarán pronto! Aquí está nuestro calendario semanal.

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Distance Learning Resources

Enrollment  - Inscripciones 

We are now enrolling new students for the 2020-2021 school year!  

Click here to complete your application today. 

Feel free to contact our main office should you have additional questions.


¡Ahora estamos matriculando nuevos estudiantes para el año escolar 2020-2021!

Haga clic aquí  para completar su solicitud hoy.

No dude en ponerse en contacto con nuestra oficina principal si tiene preguntas adicionales.

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If you have any questions, please contact:

Gricell Rodriguez

Community Liaison

Gricell Rodriguez

(310) 675-1121 ext. 57206

Gricell_Rodriguez@lawndalesd.net.

 District Updates 

 

Pandemic EBT has been extended to include benefits for August and September 2020 for children who received benefits during the summer. No action is necessary. #PEBT extension cards will be mailed to eligible families beginning early November through the end of December 2020. Note that P-EBT benefits are NOT administered by Lawndale Elementary School District. 

 

Questions? Contact California Department of Social Services at (877) 328-9677 or www.cdss.ca.gov/pandemic-ebt

 


 

El programa de EBT debido a la pandemia se ha extendido para incluir beneficios para agosto y septiembre del 2020 para los niños que recibieron beneficios durante el verano. No es necesaria ninguna acción. Las tarjetas de extensión #PEBT se enviarán por correo a las familias elegibles empezando a principios de noviembre hasta finales de diciembre del 2020. Tenga en cuenta que los beneficios de P-EBT NO son administrados por Lawndale Elementary School District. 

 

¿Preguntas? Comuníquese con el Departamento de Servicios Sociales de California en (877) 328-9677 o www.cdss.ca.gov/pandemic-ebt

Posted 11/16/20

All Special Education families are invited to the next Community Advisory Committee meeting followed by a presentation entitled “ Coping with COVID-19, Managing our Emotional Well-Being during this crisis” on Monday, December 7th starting at 2:00 p.m.

 

To RSVP, please email Crystal Lopez at Crystal_Lopez@swselpa.org

or call 310-680-5770 and you will be provided a zoom link to connect to the meeting.


Todas las familias de educación especial están invitadas a la próxima reunión del Comité Asesor Comunitario, seguida de una presentación titulada "Enfrentando COVID-19, Manejando nuestro Bienestar Emocional durante esta crisis" el martes 8 de diciembre a partir de las 2:00 p.m.

 

Para confirmar su asistencia, envíe un correo electrónico a Crystal Lopez a Crystal_Lopez@swselpa.org

o llame al 310-680-5770 y se le proporcionará un enlace de zoom para conectarse a la reunión.

Posted 11/13/20

 

Use Google Translate at the top of this page to read in another language. Utilice Google Translate en la parte superior de esta página para leer en otro idioma.

 

All LESD schools will be opening in a full Distance Learning model for the 2020-21 school year. In Trimester 3 of the spring we used a Pass/No Pass grading system. LESD will return to regular grading practices for Trimester 1; however the final grade of Fail at middle school will be eliminated. Elementary grades will be at the domain level only. Citizenship grades will also be given.  At the Elementary level, the physical education and arts grade will be given in the form of a citizenship grade of Outstanding, Satisfactory, Needs Improvement or Unsatisfactory.  The commitment is to remain in this grading system until students return to being physically on campus on a regular basis.  Trimester 1 grades will be based upon student academic and citizenship performance from August 26th through November 20th. 

Student academic grades are based on a student’s ability to meet the grade level performance standards.  Attendance and behavior should be reflected in the citizenship mark. Grading must consider extenuating circumstances related to COVID-19 that have affected a student’s ability to complete assignments.  Please understand that all the effects of COVID-19 in and of itself are extenuating circumstances. Schools must implement their tiered re-engagement plans per SB98 to ensure student attendance and continuity of learning. SB98 also includes requirements around documenting student contacts and communication. There must be documentation of weekly outreach to students/parents and referrals made to Community Liaisons, Counselors, or Social Workers, or Administration to show evidence that students have been contacted. 

Key Factors to Consider in Final Grades: 

  • Graded student work is required.

 

  • Teachers are required to collect assignments, monitor progress and give feedback to students and parents so that students can track their individual progress.

 

  • Attendance and behavior should be reflected in the citizenship grade, not the academic grade. 

 

  • The Academic grade is based solely on the quality of the student’s academic work and their mastery of the course content based on district standards

 

  • Communicate with all stakeholders if there are barriers to students completing work, making significant progress, or meeting the standards of the required course. 

 

  • Students should be given opportunities to make up assignments, be able to submit late work, and be given flexible deadlines, especially where technology glitches prevent timely participation or submission of assignments 

 

  • Take into account the specific needs of all students; especially, Students with Disabilities, students with 504 plans, English Learners, homeless, and foster youth 

 

  • Be cognizant of any sudden, abnormal, or significant changes in student academic achievement. It is very likely that COVID-19 circumstances have affected their academic performance. Please collaborate with administration, counselors, community liaisons, social workers to determine if there is an issue.

 

  • Clearly communicate criteria in coursework and grading policies to students and families 

 

  • Consider alternative means of administering tests, projects,other assessments, and adaptations to assignments to meet the needs of students.

 

Please refer to Education Code 48205 and Board Policy/Administrative Regulations 6154 - Homework/Makeup Work and 5121 - Grades/Evaluation of Student Achievement for more specifics

 

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns please contact your principal first.  Travis Collier, Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services is also available to assist you.

Posted 9/22/20