Eastwood News

Announcements - Week of April 20th - 24th, 2020


We hope you had a great time to relax and make some great home quarantine memories!

Now is time to get back into Distance Learning and we hope that you are all refreshed and ready! We understand this is something none of us could have imagined, let alone prepare for so the challenges are real. Please remember that we are ALL learning together and to reach out for help when you need it. We are striving to provide as many resources as possible.

We will get through this and be better for it! Our kids will have many stories to tell and so will we!

Ramsey Riddles

Make sure to go to eastwoodelem.org on Mondays for Riddles from the Principal to be eligible for the next drawing.

Mr. Ramsey Livestream Assembly

Our Virtual Livestream Assembly EVERY WEDNESDAY @ 8:30 AM

Here's an idea: Go to his page, like, subscribe AND hit the notification button so that you will know immediately when Mr. Ramsey goes LIVE!

Let's stay connected! Click HERE to be directed to Mr. Ramsey's YouTube Page.

Music Classroom At Home

One of our AMAZING music teachers, Ms. Forney has created an online resource to meet your music education needs at home! She has listed activities for you to enjoy daily so please visit and make some music! CLICK HERE


As the weather gets better and you decide to take a walk around the block, please use every precaution and wear a mask. Here is an easy DIY video that has 3 different ways to make a mask at home. Be safe, responsible & respectful eagles!
How To Make a Mask At Home: 3 Easy DIY Masks


Date of Original Communication: April 6, 2020

Dear NLMUSD Community,

In my last communication with you, I shared that we were aiming to return to school on Tuesday, May 5th. Unfortunately, according to our public health leaders, the peak of COVID-19 pandemic is yet to come. As social distancing practices remain vital, the safety of our students and staff continue to be our top priority.

Therefore, this evening, the Board of Education passed a resolution to extend school closures through the end of this academic year (June 2, 2020).

Please be advised that although schools will be physically closed, Distance Learning will continue through the end of the 2019-2020 school year, except during the spring break (April 10-17th). Our teachers and Educational Services professionals will continue to work tirelessly to maximize our virtual learning portal as well as individualized lessons for distance learning.

Despite school closures, our dedicated Nutrition Services staff will continue to provide free grab-and-go meals for all children 18 and under regardless of their school of attendance. Meals are available on Wednesdays. Please see the locations below.

Please note that there will be no food distribution during the spring break.

We recognize the importance of end of the year celebrations for our wonderful students and families, especially for our seniors. In the absence of a traditional graduation ceremony, we are considering different options for our amazing seniors to celebrate their well-deserved accomplishments as they enter a new phase in their lives. We will continue to work closely with our students, staff, and families to develop meaningful experiences for our students. I invite you to share your innovative ideas with us.

Once again, I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincere appreciation to each and every one of our employees for their unwavering commitment to our students and families during these unprecedented times. You are a blessing to the entire NLMUSD community, and I am honored to be your Superintendent.

Additionally, I would like to thank our Board of Education for their continuous support as we navigate these uncharted waters.

On behalf of the Board of Education, please accept my heartfelt gratitude for your patience, support, and partnership during these tumultuous times as we continue to fulfill our mission of Every Student. Future Ready. Our Promise!

With gratitude,

Hasmik J. Danielian,


A Message from NLMUSD Nutrition Services

Beginning Wednesday, April 1st, we will be providing five breakfast and lunch meals weekly on Wednesdays only, for our Norwalk-La Mirada children, 1-18 years of age, at the following locations:

Los Coyotes Middle School – 14640 Mercado Ave, La Mirada
NLMUSD - Central Kitchen – 12244 Rosecrans Ave., Norwalk
9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Meal Pick-up Instructions

Directions for drivers will be provided at the sites. When at the beginning of the line, the parent or student will exit the car and stand 6 feet from the table. Indicate how many children are in the household and provide the student ID number(s) and/or name(s). The Nutrition Services team member will gather your food and place it on the table or cart. At that time, you may step forward and place the bags of food in a box that you bring. Gather the food quickly and exit promptly.

Social distancing is required. Please stay 6 feet from others. If you are sick, have a temperature, cough or are sneezing, please stay home.

Food safety instructions will be provided. The NLMUSD is not responsible for food once it leaves the property.

Thank you for your patience as we adjust to a new distribution method. Updates will be posted on www.yourchew.com.

Eastwood PTA

The mission of Eastwood PTA is to positively impact and support the lives of our students by enhancing their academic growth and social experiences.

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