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Our school focus is to provide our students with a well rounded educational experience while emphasizing the importance of being a responsible, respectful, helpful and safe member of our El Oro Way family.
Good afternoon, El Oro Way Charter for Enriched Studies learning community. This is Principal Choi with an update on morning drop off. First of all, thank you to all the parent volunteers who facilitate the morning drop off valet program. Your hard works, especially on the rainy days, are deeply appreciated! Thank you also to all the families who follow traffic and parking regulations and exercise patience with the community on a daily basis. To clarify morning drop off, students are to begin arriving at school at 7:45 a.m. The school does not supervise students before 7:45 a.m. and students are not to be dropped off before that time. Parents are encouraged to drop off the students. Students are supervised in the auditorium and the playground. Parents who wish to wait with their children are to obtain a visitor sticker by signing in on the visitor binder in the auditorium. The auditorium is closed at the Tardy Bell at 8:10 a.m. All students arriving after 8:10 a.m. are to sign the Tardy Book in the Main Office and enter through the Main Office. Only students are to enter the campus at that time and they are to go directly to their classrooms. Also, please be mindful that teachers are not able to communicate adequately with you and simultaneously conduct classroom instruction and so we ask that you refrain from dropping in to the classroom at morning drop off or during the school day. You are encouraged contact your child’s teacher through the method established by your child’s teacher. Teachers use a variety of applications such as Shutterfly, Class Dojo, and email to receive your communications. You can also leave a message with the office for the teacher to contact you or leave them a note which will be forwarded to the teacher. I thank you for following these procedures in order to maintain a safe closed campus.
Hello El Oro Way Charter for Enriched Studies Learning Community,
This is Principal Choi with announcements for upcoming events. Starting this Monday, January 30th, ELAC, School Site Council, and the Charter Governance Councils will be meeting starting at 3 pm in the Conference Room. On Wednesday morning at 8:15 on February 1st, there will be a casual session of Q & A with me in the school's library. The El Oro Way PTA will provide coffee. Please stop by to get informed on current LAUSD and school topics. Monday, February 6th, PSA Counseling Intern Ms. Burgos will be holding a Parent Workshop in the Parent Center on motivating children towards success. There is a PTA Meeting on Friday, February 10th at 8:30 a.m. in the Auditorium as well as a PTA Family Math Game Night that evening from 5 pm - 7 pm. ELAC, School Site Council, and Charter Governance will meet again on February 13th at 3 pm. On Valentine's Day, El Oro Way's own pediatric psychiatrist, Dr. Marcy will hold another workshop in the Parent Center, this time on social emotional stages of child development. After recess, the entire student body will gather on the playground to jump rope to both improve and increase awareness on heart health. There will be a school holiday on February 20th, for Presidents' Day, and the PTA Copy Paper Drive will be held that entire week. Friday, February 24th will be a Minimum Day for all students with dismissal at 12:45 p.m. Lastly, report cards will go home on the week of February 27th. What a busy month! Have a great evening and I look forward to seeing all of you at these events.
Hello El Oro Way Charter for Enriched Studies Learning Community. This is Principal Choi with a special request for all families to complete the Annual School Experience Surveys. One per family was provided, and all surveys are due by February 10. The school's rating is graded on both the number of surveys completed as well as the content. We look forward to your participation so please send them to school with your children. Students in grades 3 through 5 will be taking their version of the survey at school with their classes. Thank you again for your participation.