3981 San Rafael Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90041
Tel: (323) 225-8320
After School Hours Emergency Phone Number
Security Section (re: vandalism, loitering, etc.) 213 625-6631
Police Emergencies 213-625-3311
Fire and Ambulance 231-485-6244
Graffiti removal 311.
8:06 1st Bell
8:11 2nd Bell
Parents please check the cabinet regularly for sweaters, jackets, lunch bags/containers, and water bottles. Remember to put your child's name on their items.
Emergency Contact Information Needed
Head Lice Common Occurrence
Your cooperation is essential to control head lice problems. The school nurse checks children for suspected lice. However, we strongly urge you to check your child's hair, clothes and bedding for any sign of lice and nits daily. If you have any questions about how to treat lice, please call the office.
Priority: Promoting a Culture of Tolerance
1. Social-Emotional Learning Curriculum - Teachers will be trained on the Responsive Classroom (http://www.responsiveclassroom.org) curriculum from June 13-16, 2017. The program will be implemented during the 2017-2018 school year.
2. Playworks - Recess aides and 2 teachers will receive a 3-hour on campus training on the http://www.playworks.org/about/how-playworks model to incorporate structured play opportunities for our students during recess.
3. Student Counseling Services - On March 7, Restorative Justice Advisor Marco Flores and Nora, Belmont High School's Restorative Justice Teacher gave the teachers a refresher on community circles. They also worked with the teachers on planning future circle topics.
4. Play Leaders - starting March 6, 15 trained Student Council members (3rd-6th graders) assumed leadership roles on the school yard to support the younger students. 3 groups of 5 students will alternate on a weekly basis to 5 different play areas.
5. Beyond the Bell - On March 3, Edwin, a temporary staff member was assigned to this after school program.
Sunday April 23 10-Noon Garden Clean-Up
Wednesday May 3 5-9p Family Restaurant Night
Present flyer https://gallery.mailchimp.com/8a4ce77d8b841a6d7aeb23fec/files/139870df-9ff8-45a6-8083-bb718d62c4a3/Mt._Washington_Flyer_5_3.pdf to your server or show it on your phone, and Islands will donate 20% of your food and beverage purchases back to MWES.
Students show responsibility by being role models for others, having self-control, and doing the right thing. For example, students have shown responsibility in the following ways: by picking up after themselves; 4 students turned in money found on the yard; a 1st grade student returned his friend's bracelet; 6th grade students help 3rd grade students with their writing assignments; and 2nd grade students read to kindergarteners.
Thursday April 21
Friday April 21 8:20a
Friday April 21 2:45-3:30p