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24th Street Elementary School

Los Angeles Unified School District

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    respect.  Collaboration.  Excellence.  Equity.

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    Recognized as a Common Sense Media School
    Our Vision

    The 24th Street community provides students with the best education possible that is authentic, engaging, student-centered, innovative, integrates technology, and promotes an appreciation for life-long learning by working, learning and acting together.  We devote ourselves to respecting differences in our widely diverse cultural, 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.

    Our Mission

    The mission of Twenty-fourth Street Elementary School, in partnership with families and community, is to empower each student with the critical thinking skills necessary for success in the 21st century by providing an exceptional public education, as well as to instill a sense of dedication to improving our world through commitment to social justice.

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    SBAC for 2019 is coming!

    Parents and students, 

    Students in grades 3 and 4 will be taking the Summative Assessment for both ELA (Reading, Writing, Listening) and Mathematics.  The testing window for our school will be from mid April to June 2019.  The following link is made available to the public for your child to practice for ELA and Math in their respective grade: http://www.caaspp.org/practice-and-training/

    Thank you!

    ~24th Street Testing Coordinator

    Parents:

    LAUSD Title 1 Parent and Family Engagement Policy will be mailed on November 30, 2018.

    School Title 1 Parent and Family Engagement Policy will be mailed on November 30, 2018.

    School-Parent Compact for Achievement 2018-2019 will be mailed on November 30, 2018.

     

    Click on the link to download each one.

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    Mandatory Uniform

    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).  Click on the link to find out where you can purchase the school uniform.Users can replace this module with another, add modules, and move modules to other customizable columns.

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    Fast Facts

    Schools

    32

    Expense per Student

    $11,022

    SCAR's

    Enrollment

    22,000

    District Area

    58 Sq Miles

    Superintendent

    John Doe

    Employees

    1,700

    District Score

    7

    Governing Board