MAY/ MAYO 3, 10, 24:
KNITTING AND ARTS AND CRAFTS/ TEJIDO Y ARTES MANUALES
08:30 AM- 12:00 PM
MAY/ MAYO 18:
PARENT CENTERS DIRECTORS MEETING
08:00 AM- 12:00 PM
MAY/ MAYO 17:
COFFEE WITH THE PRINCIPAL
08:30 AM- 10:30 AM (ROOM 4)
MAY/ MAYO 1, 8, 15, 22, 29:
EL CENTRO DE AMISTAD
08:30 AM- 10:30 AM (ROOM 4)
LAUSD ADOPTS A NEW PROGRESS REPORT
PARENT RESOURCES/ RECURSOS DE PADRES
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THE TITLE IX/ BULLYING COMPLAINT
MANAGERS FOR OUR SCHOOL ARE:
MRS. SANCHEZ, PRINCIPAL
MS. IRIZARRY, ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL
MRS. BONILLA, TSP ADVISOR
REPORT DISCRIMINATION, HARASSMENT, INTIMIDATION, AND BULLYING TO ANY OF THE PEOPLE LISTED HERE OR TO ANY SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR.
THEY CAN HELP!!!
Coughlin Elementary is one-to-one Apple Ipad school. Every student and every teacher has an Apple Ipad. Technology is used daily in every classroom. Digital Citizenship Certification is taught here to emphasize safety and security when using electronics. For more information visit the Common Sense Media website by clicking the picture below.
PARENT WORKSHOPS & MEETINGS/ JUNTAS Y TALLERES DE PADRES
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The LAUSD elementary progress report has been revised to align to the California Content Standards that were implemented statewide. Parents/guardians will notice the following on the new progress report:
• A 4-‐point grading scale indicating the four levels of standards achievement
• Performance levels of Behaviors of a College-Prepared and Career Ready Learner using the marks of Consistently, Sometimes, Rarely
• New categories for math and English Language Arts aligned to the California Content Standards
The progress report is standards-‐based. This type of progress report lists the most important standards students should learn in each subject at their particular grade level. Students receive a mark of 4-1 that indicates how well they have mastered the required standards. The marks show their level of achievement toward proficiency with the standards.
Traditional marks for effort and work habits are incorporated into the Behaviors of a College-Prepared and Career-Ready Learner section. Standards-‐based grading focuses on the students’ achievements, rather than how quickly they learned skills or how many times it took them to master the standards. LAUSD’s standards-based progress report reflects the students’: • Current proficiency level on the standards taught during the reporting period • Work in relation to the standards which apply to all students at the grade level • Demonstration of Behaviors of College-Prepared and Career-Ready Learners.
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