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Title I

Click on each link listed below to access Title I documents for the 2017-18 school year.  You will receive these documents by Nov. 30, 2017. 

ArroyoTitle I School PIP.docx - English

ArroyoTitle I School PIP SPANISH.docx - Spanish

ASMSM Compact.doc- English

ASMSM Compact Spanish.doc- Spanish



Parent Workshops

We need your input!  When would you like us to hold our parent workshops?  What topics would you like us to cover?  Please complete the online survey ASAP! 


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February 15, 2018

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Middle School Restrooms

The district has come out about 3-4 times to survey the best location for the new restrooms,  They are looking at the area where the tables are located across from room 21.  The plan was to install the new restrooms over winter break.  Now, due to a Uniform Complaint, we have received a trailer, which will be in place until the permanent construction is completed. 

January Newsletter

       It takes a village to raise a child.

                                     - African proverb


Our students ended the first semester with a bang!  The ES Robotics team competed in their first competition and came in 4th place!  8th grade had their Festive West exhibition at the Autry and 7th grade had their exhibition, What Makes our Community Unique?  Highland Park Edition, here on campus.  1st grade had their Community/ World Museum exhibition as well.  K-5 sang beautifully in the Winter Holiday program.  And MS hosted their first Pajama Day Potluck and dance. 



Welcome to the second semester!  This semester, we have 11 field trips just in January alone!  K and 5th grade will attend Inner-City Arts, as well as Ms. Ortega’s Block 6 elective class.  5th grade is planning to attend AstroCamp.  Mad Science will offer another round of after school classes.  7th and 8th grade will have the opportunity to go to Point Fermin for the weekend.  And, of course, some of our 8th graders will be traveling to Washington, D.C and New York over spring break!


We are revamping how we will award attendance.  Local School Leadership Council voted to continue to honor Perfect Attendance each month with certificates and prizes and each semester with certificates, coupons and a medal.  Perfect Attendance means 0 absences, 0 tardies and 0 early outs.  At the end of the year, we will also award those students who have met the district goal of 96% attendance.  This means no more than 7 absences for the entire school year. 


Our between the bells and beyond the bells intervention programs will continue after winter break. 


Our security upgrade project is nearly complete.  If you are still dropping your children off prior to 7:30 a.m., you will need a new plan once the electric gates are operational.  We don’t want any student to be waiting outside on the sidewalk or to be hit by a car or the electronic driveway gate. 

Thank you so much for abiding by our arrival and dismissal procedures. 


School dismisses at 1:24 p.m. for K-5 and 1:33 p.m. for Middle School on every Tuesday for the entire school year.   


Thought You’d Like to Know


Restorative Justice Circles


The center of the circle is an important element. The “centerpiece” is a shared space in the middle of the circle to help the circle provide focus. The centerpiece may include decorative materials such as clothes, plants, guidelines, values, and a selection of talking pieces. . Creating the center can be part of the ritual of moving into circle time. Students often enjoy doing this; after modeling it once or twice ask for two or three volunteers to come and arrange the center, working with elements that are kept in a basket or box for that purpose. Asking participants to bring in items for the center is another opportunity to build community. Participants bring in items and share the importance of item to them and to the circle.


The Youth Services after-school playground offers supervised recreational and educational activities for our students on all school days.  Students, in grades 2 and above, are welcome to participate at no charge. 


Arroyo Seco t-shirts ($10) and hoodies ($15) are for sale and available in the counseling office. Outgrew your first shirt?  Need another shirt for PE?  Need another shirt for Spirit Days?  Need a hoodie to ward off the winter chill?  See anyone in the counseling office and they can hook you up with Arroyo Seco gear!


Students who have Perfect Attendance, which means 0 absences, 0 tardies and 0 early outs, will receive a certificate and prize monthly.  At the end of each semester, they will receive a certificate, In n Out coupon and a prize.  At tehend of the year, they will receive a certificate, coupon and medal.


Students who have Outstanding Attendance, which means they have met the District's goal of 96% attendance (no more than 7 absences/tardies/early outs) will receive a certificate and prize at the end of the year.




La Raza at the Autry Museum of the American West

Mrs. Nora Gutierrez, the mother of Nicolas in Mrs. Suarez's class and Gabriel in Mrs. Hawkin's class AND Mrs. Vanessa Rivera, the mother of Reighdyn in Mrs. Rosas's class will have work featured in the La Raza exhibit that  opens at the The Autry of the American West in Griffith Park on September 16, 2017.  They participated in the Citizen Journalism Project: Signs of the Times.  Read more about it here!


Click on the image above to access resources for parents.

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If you see something that is unsafe for families at the park, please fill out the form and turn it in to the Main Office.  Thank you!

Click here for the form.

Math at Home

The California Mathematics Council, a non-profit organization representing Pre-K through College level mathematics educators, has shared the following guides from Math at Home.  To download free PDF files of single articles from Math at Home suitable for sharing with parents, guardians, and educators in English or Spanish, click on any of the links below: