ROADRUNNER UPDATES

Inspire. Thrive. Empower.

Principal's Message

Greetings Roadrunners!


First, let me say I hope you and your family are safe and healthy as you read these updates. Thank you so much for your patience and understanding as we have been adjusting, like you, to the drastic changes in life during the last few months. I am extremely appreciative of our students, parents, teachers, and staff for their positivity, flexibility and resilience during these trying times. As you know, distance learning for Larsen School is in full motion and there are only three weeks of school left to go. Our goal is to continue providing continuous educational opportunities and practice for our students through the end of the school year.


STUDENTS, the majority of you have done an amazing job completing your assignments and "taking care of your business." Great job logging onto your online platforms, reading daily and working hard on your teacher-assigned activities.


PARENTS, with all the recent turmoil, you have worked tirelessly to be a parent, provider, counselor and part-time educator! Well done! I know for a lot of you this has been an extremely difficult time, but you are doing a great job. We are all part of the Larsen Family, and we will get through this together. I would like to send a BIG thank you to all of the families who sent a kind note to Larsen's faculty or staff. These simple acts of kindness mean a great deal to all of us!


The last group I'd like to thank is our TEACHERS and STAFF. We have the best teachers around! They are true professionals and their entire focus and commitment is on educating your child. I am so very proud of the devotion they have for their profession. The last two months of school closures have supported what I already knew about our wonderful Larsen staff.


Together we are stronger,


Mrs. Guillén

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Wrapping Up The 2019-2020 School Year

The end of the school year is always busy and this year is no exception. We are simultaneously wrapping up the school year and planning for a new, uncertain one. District staff, HESD teachers, and many other stakeholders are busy planning and preparing for both a traditional school year and alternative instructional plans. As we begin closing up the school year, please help us replenish our school library by returning those books to the school office Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays between 9 am-12 pm from. Below are the dates students will return library books, curriculum textbooks and technology devices as well as retrieve personal items that were left behind in their respective classrooms.


May 18-June 13, M, W, F 9 am-12 pm: Return School library books in the main office

June 15, 9 am-12 pm in cafeteria: Return classroom textbooks and technology devices and pick up students' personal items from their classrooms.

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Kindergarten Registration

Kinder Registration/ Registro de Kinder

Kindergarten registration is taking place online and in the Larsen Office. The packets are posted on the District website in English and Spanish in PDF format or you can complete them right online. Click on the link below for kinder registration packets; you are welcomed to complete them online or to print them and have them ready for drop off in the school office on the dates and times below.

https://www.hueneme.org/registration--405


Mondays 9 am-12 pm

Wednesdays 9 am-12 pm

Fridays 9 am-12 pm


Below are the items needed for registration:


TK/Kindergarten/1st

  • Birth Certificate with parent(s) valid ID
  • Immunization Record
  • Physical Exam – signed and stamped by Dr. (Date of physical has to be after March 1st of the year registering for Kinder, but not more than 18 months old for 1st grade.)
  • Dental Exam – signed and stamped by Dentist
  • Utility Bill – with your name and address (Only: gas, electric, water, trash, cable, home phone (not cell phone), Rental Agreement, Property Taxes, Welfare, AFDC) If you do not have a bill in your name the person with the bill in their name has to bring a current utility bill and a valid ID. They must also sign the Residency Statement in front of one of our staff members.
  • Court Papers – Most current should be presented. Both parents must be on the paperwork, unless court papers state otherwise.
  • IEP/504 – Most current must be presented. Registration cannot be accepted without it.

2nd – 5th Grade

  • Birth Certificate with parent(s) valid ID
  • Immunization Record
  • Physical Exam (Only if student is new to the country)
  • Utility Bill – with your name and address (Only: gas, electric, water, trash, cable, home phone (not cell phone), Rental Agreement, Property Taxes, Welfare, AFDC) If you do not have a bill in your name the person with the bill in their name has to bring a current utility bill and a valid ID. They must also sign the Residency Statement in front of one of our staff members.
  • Court Papers – Most current should be presented. Both parents must be on the paperwork, unless court papers state otherwise.
  • IEP/504 – Most current must be presented. Registration cannot be accepted without it.
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Por favor haga clic en el desenlace siguiente para el codigo de vestuario en espanol.

COUNSELING CORNER


Click here https://sites.google.com/hueneme.org/hueneme-school-counselors/home to access the HESD Counseling Corner. In it you will find many resources for students, families, and staff. Find dditional supports here: https://covid19k12counseling.org/.

Ansgar Larsen Elementary School and our HESD Vision and Mission

VISION

Inspiring and empowering all students to thrive every day

MISSION

We will Inspire our students to explore, dream big, and develop social and civic responsibility through a balanced learning program. They will Thrive as we foster perseverance and resiliency in a safe, culturally responsive, and inclusive community. We will Empower our students by teaching them critical thinking skills through a rigorous academic experience in a digitally-rich environment.