Canoga Park Chatsworth


November 2022

Happy Thanksgiving from our COS family to yours!

We wish all our Community of Schools families a safe and joyous time with your loved ones to celebrate Thanksgiving.

All schools will be closed from November 21 -25 and will resume on Monday, November 28. Happy Thanksgiving to all!

Calling 5th Grade Families!

We invite our 5th-grade families at all our Elementary schools to a special Middle School Fair on Wednesday, November 9th at Chatsworth High School from 6-8 pm. Lawerence, Nobel, and Columbus Middle Schools will be showcasing their amazing SAS and Magnet programs. Unified Enrollment will also be available to help with any questions.

We have opportunity drawings for all our 5th-grade students including chances to win Apple AirPods, Gift Cards, Scooters, and Skateboards and will receive special treats of popcorn, cotton candy and Kona Ice, so you don't want to miss out!

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Middle School Fair 2022

Mr. Delgado Recieves Appreciation Award from LA Clippers!

Shout out to Chatsworth Park's very own Steven Delgado, who was honored for his hard work and dedication to Chatsworth Park UPD Elementary by the LA Clippers! Mr. Delgado and his family watched a home game while he received his certificate on the court! Thanks for all you do, Mr. Delgado!

PRCS welcomes Minister of Education from Korean Consulate

Porter Ranch Community School, the only school to offer a Korean Dual Language school in our Community, welcomed a warm visit to Board District Member Scott Schmerleson and the Minister of Education from the Korean Consulate. Together with Principal, Avak Demirjie, Administrator Mary Melvin, former Principal of PRCS, and students from the Korean Dual Language class, gave a warm welcome tour of many of the classes and the school. The partnership between the Korean Consulate with schools like PRCS that offer Korean Dual Language programs will be beneficial to all our KDLP students.

Enadia Way sets the future for students

It isn't too early to have students at Enadia Way Elementary learn about the wonderful careers for the future. Enadia hosted a special College & Career Day inviting special guests to present about their professions including a Sheriff, a Dentist, a Veterinarian and so many more! What a great way to get Enadia students excited to continue their learning for the future!
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Halloween parade welcomes Hart St. Elementary families

Hart Elementary School provides both academic and non-academic opportunities for our students to enjoy throughout the school year. This Year 2022-2023 was the first time after the pandemic years we have been having, that our parents enjoy a fun afternoon with their children. At Hart Elementary we see the importance of returning to normal activities for the well-being of our students and their families to enjoy time together.

Germain celebrates Red Ribbon Week!

The color RED was evident throughout the campus of Germain Elementary as they celebrated Red Ribbon Week. Students had fun with assemblies and activities to remind them about drug abuse prevention. Great job Germain in keeping our students safe!
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Books and Pajamas at Beckford

Beckford PTA hosted their annual Scholastic Book Fair. The library was transformed into a book shop for several days with fun events from November 4th-10th. One morning was a Grandparents and VIP shopping day and on the last day of the book fair, was Pajamarama. Students and staff got to wear their pjs to school for the day and in the evening parents and families were invited to join the pajamara event.

Talented students at Nobel wins Pumpkin Carving Contest

Nobel Middle School had a full day of Halloween festivities including a pumpkin carving contest for students. Congratulations to the two winners, Allen Espinoza, 6th grade, and Xavier Miles de Leon, 8th Grade, for winning the most amazing, creative pumpkin-carved creations for this year! We have many talented students at Nobel Middle School!
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Board Member Schmerelson visits Chatsworth Park UPD

Visiting Chatsworth Park ES

Let the CHALK do the TALK

To promote kindness, gratitude, and joy during their psychomotor time Superior Street students decorated the blacktop with colorful art and positive messages made with chalk. What a beautiful way to share words of kindness and make the school decorated!
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PRCS Chalks Up Joy!

PRCS students also took part in Chalking Up their school to spread kindness and joy on their campus. A collaborative effort by all students created laughter for all. You can spread this joy at with neighbors too so go chalk it up at home!
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Chatsworth High School takes a tour of Los Angeles

The Magent students took a field trip to LA Sci Arc in Downtown. What a wonderful way to culminate all the wonderful learning happening at Chatsworth High School.
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The Scholastic Book Fair back at Topeka!

Topeka Tigers got to enjoy the Scholastic Book Fair in person! It was a great first experience for many students and very exciting for other students since Topeka hasn't had an in-person book fair since the pandemic happened. All the families enjoyed the nostalgia of going through the book fair. Ms. Lydia (Librarian) and Ms. Kelly (Parent Rep.) did an amazing job leading the fair and had helpful parent volunteers along with eager little helpers that also wanted to show their support for Topeka!

Beckford Kindergartners are so THANKFUL!

Our amazing kindergarten students had a head start to Thanksgiving festivities with a Thanksgiving feast. The kids enjoyed some yummy chicken tenders, mac and cheese and fresh fruit from Gus’s BBQ. The kids loved wearing the turkey hats they decorated. They wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving!

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PRCS Middle School Events in full swing






PRCS Middle Schoolers took part in fun, social activities and assemblies to celebrate THINK week. Thank you to the PTA for organizing these special times for PRCS middle schoolers to learn to work together while practicing THINK!

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Chatsworth Parade-December 11

Mark your calendars and meet us at the annual Chatsworth Parade on December 11. Performances and school representations from Chatsworth UPD, Topeka, Nevada and Chatsworth High School will be included in this year's line up! Also, don't miss out as COS Administrator Mary Melvin, Board Member Scott Schmerelson and North Region Superintendent David Baca will also be part of the festivities along with Chatsworth High School Leadership students! You don't want to miss!
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