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Attention Parents of 3rd and 4th Graders

Calling parents of all 3rd and 4th grade students! We have scheduled an Open House for Friday, March 16, 2018 at 8:30 a.m.

Come to this IMPORTANT meeting so we can discuss our programming for 2018-2019! During this tour we will visit our 4th-5th Grade College Preparatory Academy, our Spanish Dual Language Program, and our Gifted Magnet Program.  We hope to see you all here!

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School Safety

Safety is a number one priority at Euclid Avenue Elementary School. We have a Safe School Plan that that contains various protocols for a variety of emergencies. The Safety Committee updates our Safe School Plan each school year. Teachers receive specialized training so they know how to respond to emergency situations. Administrators, teachers, paraprofessionals, and all staff also receive specialized Child Abuse Training twice a year so that we can identify it and report it when we see it. We are all learning and working together to continue creating the safest learning environment possible. 

Spring Break

School will be closed from Monday, March 26, 2018- Monday, April 2, 2018. Classes resume Tuesday, April 3, 2018


Get Ready for SBAC


Our state testing for grades 3rd-5th is scheduled to commence the week of April 16, 2018. We are doing our part to prepare your children with rigorous classroom instruction for this important test but below are some simple ways you can help us out at home:

  • Encourage your child every day! Praise him/her for the things that she does well. If your child feels good about herself, she will do her best on a test. Children who are afraid of failing are more likely to become anxious when taking tests and more likely to make mistakes.
  • Meet with your child's teacher as often as possible to discuss his/her progress. Ask the teacher to suggest activities for you and your child to do at home to help prepare for tests and to improve your child's understanding of schoolwork.
  • Do make sure that your child attends school regularly.
  • Provide a quiet, comfortable place for studying at home and make sure that your child is well rested on school days and especially on the day of a test. Children who are tired are less able to pay attention in class or to handle the demands of a test.
  • Provide books and magazines for your child to read at home. By reading new materials, a child will learn new words that might appear on a test.
  • Help your child avoid test anxiety! It's good for your child to be concerned about taking a test. It's not good for him to develop "test anxiety." Test anxiety is worrying too much about doing well on a test.

Let’s continue working together to prepare our kids for college and career readiness and for LIFE!


Principal's Message

Are you looking for a safe, welcoming, and engaging learning environment for your child? Come tour Euclid Avenue Elementary School- cradle of the College-Bound Panthers! We are a college-preparatory school that houses a Spanish Dual Language Program, a Gifted, High Ability, and Highly Gifted Magnet Program, and a College Preparatory Academy.  We are the home of highly skilled master teachers who deliver a blended learning instructional program infused with the arts, technology, social emotional wellness, culturally relevant pedagogy and differentiated small group instruction for our 21st Century learners!  In our welcoming classrooms you will find project-based learning and academic supports that meet the needs of our diverse learners.  Come and join our Panther Family and help us nurture the learners of today and leaders of tomorrow!



In Service, Cristina Muñoz, Principal


College and Career Ready

From ETK to 5th grade our goal is the same, College and Career Readiness for all! All teachers at Euclid Avenue ES are working hard to create a college going environment. Students at various grade levels are researching colleges of their choice and creating pennants as reminders of that college goal! Come and see all our great work around college and career readiness!

Thank You to all the Parents who came to Euclid Ave's Open House

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District Title I Parent and Family Engagement Policy

District Title I Parent and Family Engagement Policy will be sent home on Thursday, November 30, 2017.

La Politica de Participacion de Padres de Titulo I del Distrito sera enviada a casa el jueves, 30 de noviembre del 2017.

Upcoming Events

SAVE THE DATE! Our Coffee with the Principal is scheduled for Friday, March 9, 2018 at 8:30 a.m. in our school auditorium. Our LAUSD Police Department will come train on community on Active Shooter survival! We hope you can all make it!


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:



                Always Safe


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

Student Safety


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.



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.


Student safety and well-being is a top priority at Euclid Avenue ES. We have a Parent Valet Program that runs from 7:30am-8:10 a.m. for your safety. Also, please use the pedestrian walkways and DO NOT jaywalk in front of the valet. It is NOT safe!  Also, please ensure that students are not dropped off in the middle of the street. 

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.