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Principal's Message

Welcome back to 2017-2018! We are excited to announce our changes in instructional programs this year. In 2017-2018 Euclid is becoming an Academic English Mastery Program School (AEMP), Early Language and Literacy School (ELLP), and opening our first College Preparatory Academy in our upper grades!  We are also implementing a new literacy program titled Benchmark Advance with a balanced literacy approach. We can’t wait to embark on all our new learning this coming year.  Our doors are open. Come see all the great learning at Euclid!

Summer Uniforms

Euclid Avenue ES is a uniform school. Our school colors are navy blue/white tops and navy blue bottoms/shorts, skorts, or pants. Our uniform company will be available during our Back to School Night.

College Preparatory Academy Coming to Euclid!

Euclid Avenue Elementary School will be launching its first College Preparatory Academy in 5th Grade! All fifth graders NOT in our Dual Language Program or Gifted Magnet Program will become part of this first cohort of scholars! Students will be required to wear a specialized academy uniform and will have three periods with three teachers! The program will focus on college preparation, technology, intedisciplinary instruction, and Restorative Justice!

Euclid Ave

Euclid Ave Magnet Family Night

Dual Language Program

Euclid Ave Science Fair

The Los Angeles Jazz Society

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District Title I Parent and Family Engagement Policy

District Title I Parent and Family Engagement Policy was mailed Feb. 3, 2017

La Politica de Participacion de Padres de Titulo I del Distrito fue enviada a casa el 3 de feb de 2017.

Upcoming Events

Coffee with the Principal is scheduled for Thursday, August 24, 2017 from 8:45 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. in our auditorium.  We hope to see you here!

 

Back to School Night

Come join us for our annual Back to School Night scheduled for Tuesday, August 29, 2017 from 5-6:30 p.m.  Come meet our teachers, learn about our programs, and give us feedback to make our parent involvement more successful!

Mission & Vision

M: All students at Euclid Avenue and Bilingual Gifted & High Ability Magnet School will reach their highest potential through the mastery of the standards with the support of all stakeholders in order to prepare them for success in a global society.

V: Euclid Avenue and Bilingual Gifted and High Achievement Magnet Schools: Inspiring Students to graduate high School in order to reach their highest potential.

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To maintain a safe school campus, students need to remember to be:

                Respectful

                Open-Minded

                Always Safe

                Responsible

Please discuss with your child what each of these means and how they can demonstrate each of these characteristics.

Student Safety

Crosswalks

Parents and students must use crosswalks when crossing the street. Students have almost been hit in front of the school because they are crossing illegally.

 

Valet

When dropping off students at the morning valet it is important that you follow the flow of traffic. If you stop and wait too long, it backs up traffic and may cause an accident. Please remember that the parents running the Valet are volunteers. They give up their time to help all students. We all need to be respectful of each other as we are examples to our students.

 

Morning drop off

The gates open at 7:30 a.m. and that is when students are permitted on campus. Please DO NOT drop off students earlier than 7:30 a.m. There is no supervision and the school cannot be held responsible for their safety. It is dangerous for students to wait outside the front gates without supervision.

 

Improving Attendance

Keeping your child home (other than illness or medical appointment) is against the law. Please avoid keeping your child home due to family business or taking them out early. Unless absolutely necessary. Taking students out early without a doctor’s appointment is considered unexcused. Poor attendance may result in your child falling behind in schoolwork, missing an important test, or an event. When your child is sick or must go to a health related appointment or funeral, please call the school or send a note when your child returns.