Sea Dragon's Diary

Week of November 8th-12th

Campus Beautification Tomorrow, November 6th and SIGN UP

Save the Date

Lin Howe Beautification Day

November 6, 2021


This is a community event where we will be cleaning, weeding, and painting parts of our campus.

Sign Up to Help

Time Change Sunday

Reminder that the time changes on Sunday to one hour earlier.

NO School Thursday- Veteran's Day

In observance of Veteran's Day, there is NO School on Thursday, November 11th

Student Safety at Pick Up


If you are picking up your student(s) in a car, please park and walk your student to the car. I have seen a number of close calls with students crossing the street to their car. Many times students are walking across the street between cars. Also, please pull over or go around the block to find a spot to park. We have the gates open from 3:05-3:25.

One tip is that there are many more open parking spots at 3:20, then there are at 3:10-3:15.

Thank you for your understanding and looking out for the safety of all of our students.

Lin Howe's Parents Night Out

Want a night off from 2021?

The Lin Howe Booster Club cordially invites you to a good ol’ fashioned grown up night out. An evening filled with adult beverages and kid free conversation to finally bring our parent community together. Due to Covid restrictions tickets are limited to 150. $30/person. Tickets go on sale Monday 11/8/21 at 8pm. Don't miss out!

Where: The Beautiful Grounds of The Wende Museum

When: Saturday 12/4/21, 7-10pm


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PTA Special Education Committee Invites Your Input- Tuesday, November 16th

Please join us for a 40-minute discussion about UDL. We would like to hear your feedback and discuss any questions and/or concerns you may have. This session is open to parents, guardians, and grandparents.

Topic: Special Education UDL Parent/Guardian/Grandparent Discussion
Time: Nov 16, 2021 08:00 PM Pacific Time

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 850 7550 0977
Passcode: nEz7mP

Universal Design Learning Workshop for All Families Video

Here's a link to the video from our UDL Family Workshop from October 28th

Covid Vaccinations for Students

We are waiting for information from our district about any plans to offer vaccinations for students.

School Climate Survey

School Climate Survey

Please take some time to complete our school climate survey. Responses are limited to one per family. You will be able to complete the survey until 5pm on November 12. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Morales or Mr. Myers.

Please help us get to as close to 100% participation in each grade.

Below are our current participation percentages by grade.

School Climate Survey (English)

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Student Study Team (SST) Parent Information Brochure

The Student Study Team also commonly called a Student Success Team (SST) is a positive, team oriented approach to assisting students with a wide range of concerns related to their school performance and experience. The purpose of the SST is to identify and intervene early in order to design a support system for students having difficulty in the general education classroom.

See additional information in the brochure linked below.

Counselor Corner with Mrs. Nelson

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PARENTS please send photos to our yearbook crew for the 2021-2022 Linwood E. Howe yearbook!

Looking for photos from school events on campus (Halloween parade/APEX/Fire station etc)

Send photos to

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E-Waste Collection and Paper Shredding Event this Saturday in Culver City!

E-Waste Collection and Paper Shredding Event this Saturday in Culver City!

The City of Culver City is partnering with Homeboy Recycling for this collection event on Saturday, November 6th from 9 AM to 1 PM at Syd Kronenthal Park, located at 3459 McManus Avenue in Culver City. Bring your E-WASTE & it will be handled in a way that protects the planet, keeps your data safe, and creates jobs for people facing serious barriers to work. Homeboy Recycling is a certified electronics recycler offering recycling, data destruction, asset recovery and repair services. Note: All hard drives and data storage devices will be destroyed according to National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) standards.

The following items will not be accepted: alkaline batteries, refrigerators, thermostats, light bulbs, and air conditioners. To dispose of any of these items at school, please collect them separately, designate a box and location (in office supplies area) and call MOT to dispose of them properly. Otherwise drop them off at a S.A.F.E. Center near you.

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