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156th Street Elementary

2100 W. 156th Street

Gardena, CA 90249

(310) 324-6639

(310) 532-2306 FAX

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6th grade Catalina Trip

Earth Day Celebration

LA Galaxy Star Squad and Staff Members kick off Read Across America Celebration!

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Title IX and Nondiscrimination 

 

The teachers, administrators, and staff of the Los Angeles Unified School District believe in the equal worth and dignity of all students and are committed to educating all students to their maximum potential."

 

Title IX Complaint Managers

 

Sidra Dudley, Principal- sidra.dudley@lausd.net

Taryn Shimizu, Assistant Principal -  taryn.shimizu@lausd.net

(310) 324-6639

 

 For Title IX Notices click here.

156th Street Elementary

is now accepting permit applications for the

2017-18 school year for School for Advanced Studies (SAS).

 

The Schools for Advanced Studies (SAS) Program offers an intensive academic program in which both innovative and traditional courses are taught. The course content is modified to match the students’ advanced achievement level or capacity for learning. The SAS program is available to LAUSD students in grades K–6 who meet the academic criteria.  The child's teacher and the principal of the school your child is currently attending is responsible for determining if your child meets  the criteria.

 

Permit applications may be obtained at the school and

must be submitted directly to the school between March 1-30, 2017

Recipient of the 2016 California Gold Ribbon School Award.

A program which California Department of Education celebrate outstanding educational programs and practices. This award recognizes California schools who have made exceptional gains in implementing the academic content and performance standards adopted by the State Board of Education for all students, including English learners. These include, but are not limited to, the California Standards for English Language Arts, California English Language Development Standards, California State Standards for Mathematics, and the Next Generation Science Standards.

 

 

Mission Statement

156th Street Elementary School strives to have every student meet grade level standards in all core subjects with self-discipline, positive self-esteem, and the skills necessary to achieve one's potential in all facets of life.

 

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