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School Vision

Our vision at 54th St. School is to create a highly effective elementary school that produces students and staff

who are productive, critical thinking, collaborative individuals who are able to successfully navigate the

educational, technological and social demands of a 21st century world.

School Mission

❖ We will use current research based instructional practices to ensure that all students are provided with a

quality education based on the State Common Core Standards

❖ We will create an environment in which high expectations and academic excellence are actively

promoted

❖ We will develop paths for communication between staff, parents and students to foster connections

critical to the success for all students

❖ We will create an environment where we can collaborate with, learn from, and support each other.

❖ We will foster a positive school climate of a caring community which respects and values diversity and

nurtures everyone’s self-esteem.

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School Uniform

The 2016-2017 school uniforms are mandatory. Students must wear blue pants/shorts/skirts and blue or white shirts. 

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Title I School-Level Parental Involvement Policy

Dear 54th Street Parents and Guardians, 

 

Please be advised that we have mailed out LAUSD's Title 1 School-Level Parental Involvement Policy (PIP). If you did not receive the PIP, you may review it below:

 

 54th Street Elementary School 

5501 S. Eileen Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90043 323.294.5275 

 

Title I School-Level Parental Involvement Policy 

 

54th St. Elementary School has developed a written Title I parental involvement policy with input from Title I parents. Parents on the governance councils gave input and the School Site Council approved it. It is distributed to parents of Title I students as part of the opening school packets given to all students. The policy describes the means for carrying out the following Title I parental involvement requirements [20 USC 6318 Section 1118(a)-(f) inclusive]. 

 

Section I: Involvement of Parents in the Title I Program 

To involve parents in the Title I program at 54th St. School, the following practices have been established: 

--The school convenes an annual meeting to inform parents of Title I students about Title I requirements and about the right of parents to be involved in the Title I program. This meeting is held as part of Back to School Night in the first 3-5 weeks of school each year. 

--The school offers a flexible number of meetings for Title I parents, such as meetings in the morning or evening. Meetings have been held in the morning, in the evening and occasionally on a Saturday morning. 

--The school involves parents of Title I students in an organized, ongoing, and timely way, in the planning, review, and improvement of the school’s Title I programs and the Title I parental involvement policy. Because many of the parents in the school community are working parents, the School Site Council parent/community representatives take the leadership in monitoring the Title I programs and the development of the parent involvement policy. The Council reviews the data from the previous year’s School Experience Survey annually to determine parent views regarding the school and to identify areas for improvement, especially in the areas of feeling welcome at the school and receiving information on their child’s progress. 

--The school provides parents of Title I students with timely information about Title I programs. Fliers are sent home regarding any information meetings. A school designee makes a Sunday evening call weekly using the ConnectEd system to update parents. The school website is updated monthly with current information. Information on the Title I programs is included in the opening school packet. 

--The school provides parents of Title I students with an explanation of the curriculum used at the school, the assessments used to measure student progress, and the proficiency levels students are expected to meet. This information is provided through newsletters, informational letters, handouts in meetings and brochures (if available) 

--If requested by parents of Title I students, the school provides opportunities for regular meetings that allow the parents to participate in decisions relating to the education of their children. Every fall, parents have the opportunity to be voted onto the School Site Council as a member or an alternate representative to have active input at monthly meetings. All parents are informed of the meetings and invited to attend. 

 

Section II: School-Parent Compact 

54th St. School distributes to parents of Title I students a school-parent compact. The compact, which has been jointly developed with parents, outlines how parents, the entire school staff, and students will share the responsibility for improved student academic achievement. It describes specific ways the school and families will partner to help children achieve the State’s high academic standards. It addresses the following legally required items, as well as other items suggested by parents of Title I students. 

  •  The school’s responsibility to provide high-quality curriculum and instruction 
  •  The ways parents will be responsible for supporting their children’s learning are listed as well. 
  •  The importance of ongoing communication between parents and teachers through, at a minimum, annual parent-teacher conferences; frequent reports on student progress; access to staff; opportunities for parents to volunteer and participate in their child’s class; and opportunities to observe classroom activities 

 

The parents on the School Site Council have an opportunity to review the School Compact and make recommendations for revisions. The compact is sent home with all students the second or third week of school. 

 

Building Capacity for Involvement 

54th St. School engages Title I parents in meaningful interactions with the school. It supports a partnership among staff, parents, and the community to improve student academic achievement. To help reach these goals, the school has established the following practices. 

--The school provides Title I parents with assistance in understanding the State’s academic content standards, assessments, and how to monitor and improve the achievement of their children. Parent conferences are held in the first 15 weeks of school to review the curriculum for the upcoming year and to inform parents of students’ skill levels based on grade level diagnostic assessments. It is also discussed by teachers during their Back to School Night sessions with their parents. 

--The school provides Title I parents with materials and training to help them work with their children to improve their children's achievement. The school provides periodic workshops to assist parents with strategies that they can do to support their child’s academic achievement and social growth. 

--With the assistance of Title I parents, the school educates staff members about the value of parent contributions, and in how to work with parents as equal partners. Parent representatives on the School Site Council discuss parent concerns with the staff representatives on the Council. Those concerns are then shared by the reps with the larger staff. 

--The school coordinates and integrates the Title I parental involvement program with other programs, and conducts other activities, such as parent resource centers, to encourage and support parents in more fully participating in the education of their children. The school maintains a Parent Center that is directed by a Community Representative. All parents are invited to workshops. 

--The school distributes information related to school and parent programs, meetings, and other activities to Title I parents in a format and language that the parents understand. Fliers/written communication is sent home in two languages 75% of the time. The school marquee and website are maintained to inform parents of upcoming events and meetings. A school designee makes a Sunday evening call weekly using the ConnectEd system to keep parents informed. 

--The school provides support for parental involvement activities requested by Title I parents. The school personnel will research answers to questions posed by parents. The school is open to parents suggesting activities and will implement them whenever possible. Volunteer opportunities are made available to parents throughout the year. Parents are invited to visit their child’s classroom at any time. 

 

Accessibility 

54th St School provides opportunities for the participation of all Title I parents, including parents with limited English proficiency, parents with disabilities, and parents of migratory students. Information and school reports are provided in a format and language that parents understand. Translation of materials and at meetings occur whenever possible. The school is fully adapted with handicap access so parents with disabilities can access entrance to the school and utilize facilities that are handicap adapted. 

 

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2015-2016 Compact Form

 

 54th Street Elementary School 

5501 S. Eileen Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90043 323.294.5275 

 

2015 – 2016 Parent – Teacher – Student – Principal Compact Form 

As a Parent / Guardian, I will . . . 

  •  Show mutual respect and support for my child, teachers, and the school. 
  •  Support 54th Street’s Core Values (Be Safe; Be Responsible; Be Respectful.) 
  •  Support 54th Street’s Behavior Expectations and problem solving strategies (Walk, Talk, and/or Tell). 
  •  Ensure that my child attends school daily, arrives on time, and is prepared to learn. 
  •  Request assistance as necessary to help my child at home. 
  •  Provide a quiet, well-lit place for study and supervise the completion of homework. 
  •  Ensure that my child reads a minimum of 20 minutes daily. 
  •  Talk with my child’s teacher regarding any questions or concerns I may have. 
  •  Attend parent-teacher conferences and/or Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings. 
  •  Stay aware of what my child is learning so I can help them in any way possible to his/her responsibilities 
  •  Talk with my child each day about school activities. 
  •  Visit my child’s classroom twice a year to observe the learning environment. 

As a Student, I will . . . 

  •  Follows my school’s Student Behavior Expectations. 
  •  Use my school strategies when I have a problem: Walk, Talk and/or Tell an adult. 
  •  Be safe, responsible and respectful everywhere I go in my school. 
  •  Do my homework every day and bring it to school 
  •  Work hard, do my best work and help others if they need it. 
  •  Meet or exceed my classroom expectations set by my teacher. 
  •  Talk with my parents each day about my school activities. 

As a Teacher, I will . . . 

  •  Set high expectations for Common Core State Standards (CCSS) based learning and help students achieve them. 
  •  Show respect and value for each child and his/her family. 
  •  Provide a safe, positive classroom environment that reflects an appreciation for cultural diversity. 
  •  Enforce school and classroom rules fairly and consistently. 
  •  Be on time and come prepared to teach every day. 
  •  Provide lessons to meet the learning needs of all students. 
  •  Communicate with parents about their child’s progress on a regular basis/ideas for support at home. 
  •  Acknowledge and celebrate the individual and class successes of my students. 

As Principal, I will . .

  •  Be a strong advocate for the right of all students at 54th St. School to have a high quality education regardless of ethnicity, gender, culture, beliefs, or learning ability. 
  •  Assist staff in providing a school environment that promotes mutual respect, positive communication between the teacher, parent, and student and celebrates student and school achievements. 
  •  Assist staff in providing a quality curriculum and rigorous, instructional practices that lay the foundation for students to be college prepared and career ready in the future. 
  •  Provide encouragement and opportunities for parents to be involved in the school and in their child’s education. 
  •  Be innovative and creative in working with parents and the community to provide additional enrichment and instructional opportunities for our students. 
  •  Provide a safe positive school wide environment that reflects an appreciation for cultural diversity. 

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Parent Signature                                                   Date 

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Student Signature                                                 Date 

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Teacher Signature                                                 Date 

 

Haywood Thompson                                  2015 – 2016 

Principal Signature                                                 Date 

 

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54th Street Elementary School 

5501 S. Eileen Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90043 323.294.5275 

2015 – 2016 Padres – Profesor – Estudiante – Principal Compacto Forma 

 

Como padre / tutor, lo haré... 

  •  Mostrar respeto mutuo y apoyo para mi hijo, los maestros y la escuela. 
  •  Apoyo valores de 54th Street (ser seguro; Ser responsable; Ser respetuoso). 
  •  Apoyo54 calle expectativas de comportamiento y estrategias (Camina, Habla o Dice) resolución de problemas. 
  •  Asegurar que mi hijo asiste a la escuela diariamente, llegue a tiempo y está dispuesta a aprender. 
  •  Pedir ayuda cuando sea necesario para ayudar a mi hijo en casa. 
  •  Proporcionar un lugar tranquilo y bien iluminado para estudio y supervisar la realización de la tarea. 
  •  Asegúrese de que mi hijo lea un mínimo de 20 minutos diarios. 
  •  Hable con el maestro de mi hijo con respecto a cualquier pregunta o preocupación que pueda tener. 
  •  Asistir a conferencias de padres y maestros y juntas de Programa de Educación Individualizado (IEPs). 
  •  Estar al tanto de lo que está aprendiendo mi hijo por lo que les puedo ayudar en cualquier manera posible a sus responsabilidades. 
  •  Hable con mi hijo cada día acerca de las actividades escolares. 
  •  Visitar la clase de mi hijo dos veces al año para observar el ambiente de aprendizaje 

Como estudiante, yo voy a... 

  •  Sigue las expectativas de comportamiento del estudiante de la escuela. 
  •  Utilizar estrategias de mis escuela cuando tengo un problema: caminar, hablar o decirle a un adulto. 
  •  Estar seguros, responsables y respetuosos en todas partes que voy en mi escuela. 
  •  Hacer mi tarea cada día y traer a la escuela. 
  •  Trabajar duro, hacer mi mejor trabajo y ayudar a otros si lo necesitan. 
  •  Cumplir o superar mis expectativas de la clase establecidos por mi maestro. 
  •  Hable con mis padres cada día sobre las actividades de mis escuela. 

Como profesor, yo voy a... 

  •  Establezca altas expectativas para el aprendizaje basado en la Common Core State Standards (CCSS) y ayudan a los estudiantes a alcanzar los. 
  •  Mostrar respeto y valor para cada niño y su familia. 
  •  Proveer un ambiente de aula seguro y positivo que refleja una apreciación por la diversidad cultural. 
  •  Aplicar reglas de escuela y el aula de manera justa y consistente. 
  •  Ser puntual y venga preparado para enseñar cada día. 
  •  Ofrecer lecciones para satisfacer las necesidades de aprendizaje de los estudiantes. 
  •  Comunicarse con los padres sobre el progreso de su hijo en una base regular/ideas para apoyo en casa. 
  •  Reconocer y celebrar al individuo y éxitos de mis alumnos de la clase. 

Como Principal, lo haré... 

  •  Ser un firme defensor del derecho de todos los estudiantes en la escuela de St.th 54 a tener una educación de alta calidad independientemente de su origen étnico, género, cultura, creencias o capacidad de aprendizaje. 
  •  Ayudar al personal a brindar un ambiente escolar que promueve el respeto mutuo, la comunicación positiva entre los maestros, padres y estudiantes y celebra los logros del estudiante y la escuela. 
  •  Ayudar al personal en la prestación de un currículo de calidad y prácticas rigurosas, instrucción que sentar las bases para que los estudiantes universitarios preparado y lista en el futuro de la carrera. 
  •  Proporcionar estímulo y oportunidades para que los padres participen en la escuela y en la educación de sus hijos. 
  •  Ser innovador y creativo en el trabajo con los padres y la comunidad para proporcionar enriquecimiento adicional y oportunidades de instrucción para nuestros estudiantes. 
  •  Proporcionar una amplia ambiente escolar seguro y positivo que refleja el aprecio por la diversidad cultural. 

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Firma de los Padres                                      Fecha 

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Firma del Estudiante                                     Fecha 

________________________________________ 

Firma del Maestro                                         Fecha 

 

Haywood Thompson                              2015-2016 

Firma del Director                                          Fecha 

 

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54th Street Principal

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Mr. Haywood Thompson

School Hours

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        Monday - Friday

        7:30am - 4:30pm

      Ph : (323) 294-5275

      Fax : (323) 298-0820

 

Breakfast/Lunch Menu

Click on the link below for the breakfast and lunch menu for K-5:

Menu

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2016-2017 Online Meal Application

Every student is required to complete the meal application. Please fill out a form online by using the link below or you can pick up an application in the main office during office hours. 

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