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BOXTOPS FOR EDUCATION

Welcome to Sendak ! Please support our school and submit all your boxtops to the office or online at www.boxtopsforeducation.com.  

For every boxtop that you submit our school receives 10 cents. We thank you! 

 

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EARLY TRANSITIONAL KINDER FOR 2016-17

We will have an Early Transitional Kinder Expansion program which will replace our Prekinder program starting August 2016. If you child turns 5 between December 3, 2016 and June 30, 2017 he/she may qualify. Children must qualify for the free and reduced meal program in order to be eligible for the program. We will start an interest list sign up on Tuesday Feb. 16, 2016 for families interested in this program. You can sign up between 8:00am and 4:30pm.

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Welcome to

Maurice Sendak Elementary

A Pre-Kinder to 5th Grade school, Sendak Elementary is committed to the education of the whole child so that each may develop his/her maximum potential academically and to be a productive citizen within our diverse global society.

 

To ensure that all our students succeed, we ask four things from our parents: 1) Bring your children to school every day and on time.  2) Have conversations with your children about what they have learned in school on a daily basis.  3) Check their homework every day.  4) Read with them for at least 15 minutes a day. We look forward to working with all our parents in providing a quality education that meets the needs of all our students.

 

George Khatchadourian, Principal

ESL Classes at Sendak

Sendak Elementary, in partnership with Los Angeles Mission College, is offering English as a Second Language (ESL) classes for our Sendak parents, families, and community members. Classes will start on February 6 and continue through June 9, every Tuesday and Thursday. These noncredit community college classes taught by Ms. Victoria Sanchez, an instructor from LAMC, are offered at no-cost to the students and the school. 

 

Emphasis, in the ESL classes, is placed on beginning grammar and vocabulary, listening, speaking and reading, and development of writing through guided composition. Students will have a workbook and textbook to complete classroom and homework assignments. Students will be practicing with their peers to build their English language skills.

 

There are currently about 30 students enrolled. Applications will be accepted, as long as there is space, through the month of February. If we continue to have an abundance of interest for the ESL classes, there is the possibility of more classes being offered during the Fall. For applications or questions, please contact our Parent Community Representatives.

Parent Recognition

On September 28, 2016, the Office of Assembly member Patty Lopez honored school leaders, parent engagement advocates, and parent volunteers who go above and beyond the call in supporting their school and the community. The included an awards ceremony and reception with refreshments for families that attend schools in the 39th Assembly District, which are most LAUSD schools in the Local District Northeast region.  Sendak Elementary was represented by Parent Volunteers and Representatives: Amparo Alvarado, Ana Diaz, Maria Estrada, Erika Gomez, Claudia Lozano, Blanca Mendez, Maleta Welch, and Carmen Zombrano.  This community ceremony commemorates a California State Assembly proclamation put forth by Assemblymember Patty Lopez declaring the month of September as Parent and Community Engagement Month in the State of California.

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SCHOOL HOURS

The school day begins at 8:00 AM and ends at 2:25 PM. 

On Tuesdays students will be dismissed at 1:25 PM.

Please make the necessary arrangements to drop off and pick up students on time!

SCHOOL HOURS

 

ETK - 5 (M,W,Th,F) 8:00-2:25 pm

ETK - 5 (Tuesdays) 8:00-1:25 pm 

Student Attendance Counts!

School attendance is important to student achievement. Students who develop patterns of good attendance are more likely to be successful academically and socially. When students attend school, they get better grades, score better on standardized tests and are more likely to go to college. Please bring your child to school on time. After the third consecutive absence day, please provide a medical note.

Our goal is 100% attendance.

LAUSD & MAURICE SENDAK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL-PARENT INVOLVEMENT POLICY

The LAUSD and Sendak Elementary's Parent Involvement Policy was sent home the week of November 28, 2016. 

WINTER MUSIC PROGRAM

Our Winter Program will be on Wednesday, December 14th, 2016. There will be 3 shows: 8:30am, 10:30am, 1:10pm. Each family will receive 4 tickets to attend the show. Please keep them safe. Only ticket holders will be allowed to enter. Thank you.

Mission Santa Clara de Asis

Check out the video that 4th grade student Sydney Nguyen created for her mission project.