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Beckford shows their LOVE as a whole community!

February was full of love at Beckford Charter. The entire school including students and staff created a beautiful message of love, friendship and kindness by wearing yellow as they transformed the yard with one giant heart!

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Hamlin share love throughout their campus

Hamlin's campus was filled with lots of love this month as grams were being sent to students, parents helping out for the Valentine's Dance and the entire school decorated with hearts.
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Germain Elementary's PTA-sponsored Valentine's Dance and Silent Auction was a huge hit! Over half the school attended this after-school activity to celebrate love and kindness!
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Chatsworth High School students represent CD12 Leadership in Excellence

Councilman John Lee welcomed the students from the LEE12 Excellence in Leadership Program to City Hall as they culminated their participation as members of the most recent cohort. The LEE12 program is designed to promote civic engagement in students, allowing them to build their knowledge about local government and learn more about the impact each and every one of them can have on their community. Congrats to our Chatsworth High School seniors Richard Yong and Celeste Valdivia, who represented our Community of Schools as role models for this wonderful program.

Jazz Concert at Chatsworth Park Urban Planning and Community Magnet

Check out this wonderful Jazz Concert that also turned into a Jazz lesson for the students at Chatsworth Park Urban Planning and Community Magnet. Musicians from the Los Angeles Jazz Society showcased their wonderful talents with a history lesson on jazz. Students were able to take part in this musical festival. Thank you to Councilmember John Lee for this support to our schools.
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PRCS Human Foosball Event

Porter Ranch Community Middle School had its first-ever Human Foosball House Competition last Friday. Students were able to make noise makers and choose fun spirit items in their House colors to help cheer on their Housemates. The Pegasus House truly embodied their characteristic of “Determination” and won the competition after several close matches.

100th day of school at Superior

What does 100 day of school look? At Superior Elementary, students, faculty and staff took on the fun dressing up and celebrating the day.
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100th Day at Hart St.

The students and staff at Hart St. celebrated 100th day of school with awesome dress up, activities and events throughout the day. What a fun way to celebrate the big 1-0-0!

K-Kids from Chatsworth Park Urban Planning and Community Magnet visit to Sunrise Senior Home

Students from the K-Kids Chatsworth Park Urban Planning and Community Magnet chapter visited Sunrise recently. In addition to giving bears, provided by Kiwanis, and cards provided by students at the school, the students showcased the dances they are learning. Seniors in our community love our Chatsworth Park students. What a wonderful way to give back to our community!

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Love is in the Air- Beckford Valentine Dance

Last Friday, February 10 the Beckford Auditorium was full of love as students and families danced the night away to celebrate Valentine’s! There was a DJ, photo booth, pizza and Porto’s Treats! Our Beckford families loved creating beautiful memories together!

Enadia Way introduces Pokemon Club!

The first Pokemon club was a huge success! Mr. Dimas prepared a presentation to teach the students about the history of Pokémon cards, how to spot counterfeit cards, how to determine the value of a card, and how to trade fairly. They also got to look at each other’s collections and trade cards.

Board Member Scott Schmerelson visits Hart St.

Hart St. Elementary welcomed board member Scott Schmerelson for a visit to their school. He was greeted by Hart St. student council president and vice president and visited many classrooms and talked with students and teachers Mr. Schmerelson recognized the hard work of all students and school faculty at Hart St.

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Teacher of the Year?

Accepting Teacher of the Year Nominations (see flyer) - Deadline to nominate is Feb. 24, 2023 @ 5pm. Nomination link:

LA Unified extends the opportunity to all stakeholders to nominate teachers for the Los Angeles Unified Teacher of the Year Program. The Teacher of the Year (TOY) Program honors teachers with a strong commitment to their students, school, and community. To be eligible, the teacher must have at least 8 years of teaching experience, with five years teaching in LA Unified.

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Seniors? It's FAFSA time!

High school seniors and families in need of help with filling out the FAFSA form can drop into one of the zoom session times to have highly, qualified assistance with questions.
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SAVE THE DATE! Spring Family College Conferences

We are pleased to announce that Region North, in partnership with LA Valley College and LA Mission College, will hold the first Spring Family College Conferences in March 2023 ( See attached Flyer).

During this event, Region North students and parents will participate in college-related workshops to build their knowledge and skills to support their children’s academic success and their own education. Schools will organize the field trip for students and families to attend the LA Community College in its service area on the date listed below. Locate your feeder high school in the chart below to select a date. Schools under the Pierce College service area can attend either date. Families can choose to attend the second date on their own if they wish.

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Calling all Nobel parents!

Got a little time in the morning and want to get to know other Nobel parents while getting some exercise around campus? Join the Nobel parents walking club for any parents who are interested. It's a wonderful time to catch up on school information, share parental ideas and get some steps in. Check out the flyer for the dates they meet.
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Song of Sitting Bull by Chatsworth Park

The students at Chatsworth Park performed the Song of Sitting Bull. The school continued its relationship with Spirit Series and this year

performed the Song of Sitting Bull which aligns to land protection and management.

“SONG OF SITTING BULL” tells the story of the Lakota people–a strong, proud Native American nation–and the great Chief who would lead them in a fierce fight to save their beloved way of life. Set on the Great Plains in the second half of the 19th Century, amid Manifest Destiny and the flood of settlers West, this story celebrates the Old Ways and the Four Lakota Virtues—courage, fortitude, generosity, and wisdom—as exemplified so vividly by the “bravest of the brave,” “Chief of all Chiefs,” legendary Sitting Bull.

Columbus Middle School Newsletter

Please enjoy this edition of Columbus Middle School newsletter “Explorers.” This issue focuses on the awareness and importance of Black History Month. We feel very proud of our black student body and staff and want to celebrate their legacy, pride and their educational success. As always, our newsletter focuses on the inclusion, diversity and visibility of our school community. I welcome you to join us in our mission for the success of all our students. Happy Black History Month!

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