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Today: 3/3/15

Dates to Remember

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03.02-03.06 Student-Led Conferences

Blue Ticket Redemption Day!

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Student-Led Conferences 03.02.15

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How is your child doing academically?

Student-Led Conferences this week!

 

Make sure you AND your child attend the conference at your scheduled appointment.

 

Minimum Day Schedule

Students will be dismissed M, W, Th, F at 12:35p.m.  Please plan accordingly.

Tuesday, students will be dismissed at 1:25p.m. as usual.

School Office (323) 735-0278

Recognition Assembly and CCSS Chat with the Principal

Please join us on the following dates during our Friday morning recognition assembly.  On these dates we will recognize students of the month, educator of the month, and students who have shown PRIDE!  If your student is being recognized for student of the month, you will be called in case you want to attend.  The recognition assembly is at 8:02, and the CCSS Chat with the Principal is right afterwards at 8:30.  Please join us for the CCSS Chat to learn what your child should be learning and how to help them at home.

March 13th

April 10th

THE RESULTS ARE IN!

PLACE CLASS STUDENT
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MS. HAMLET

$1,283

NOAH

MARTINEZ

$1,084

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MR. ALMEYDA

$1,014

ADRIAN

MARTINEZ

$962

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MR. DELGADO

$750

KARLA

RUIZ

$298

 

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Congratulations to Noah Martinez for being our top chocolate seller!

 

Thank you all for participating in this year's Chocolate Fundraiser.

Total: $8,940

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School Vision

The 24th Street community provides students with the best education possible that is authentic, engaging, student-centered, innovative, integrates technology, and promotes and appreciation for life-long learning by working, learning, and acting together.  We devote ourselves to respecting differences in our widely diverse culture, economic, social, racial, intellectual, linguistic, and educational backgrounds in our community.  We conserve this effort by using our diversity to achieve our commitment to excellence and to nurture and guide our students to be the best they can in a safe learning environment.

School Mission

The mission of Twenty-Fourth Street Elementary School is to provide students with an exceptional public education that helps them develop critical thinking skills necessary for success in the 21st century.  Through family and community partnerships, we strive to instill a dedication to improving our world through a commitment to social justice.

Mandatory Uniforms

This 2014-15 school uniforms are mandatory.  Students must wear burgundy tops and grey pants. Sweaters and jackets must be black, grey, or burgundy.  Shoes must be athletic shoes (no flats, sandals, or boots).  

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