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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

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LAUSD Service Calls

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ELAC Meeting at 8:10 a.m.

November 13, 2018


SSC Meeting at 2:30 p.m.

November 26, 2018


LSLC Meeting at 3:15 p.m.

December 13, 2018


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October Newsletter

       It takes a village to raise a child.

                                     - African proverb

October was a busy month:  Academic Night with Mad Science, field trips, magnet fairs, our first Caught Being Good Luncheon for MS, IAB for grades 3-8, Autry in Residence for grades 3-5, Safety Valet (thank you so much to our parent volunteers), My Safe LA for 4th grade, our second Elementary Robotics competition, our first MS dance (great ideas from our Leadership Club), 4th grade Mini-Museum showcasing their Inner-City Arts projects, after school Comic Creators, the Great CA Shakeout, and a fire!  Our students and staff evacuated quietly and calmly and we now have the district and Metro working together on brush clearance.  Our beyond the bells intervention programs started the last week of October as well.   Facilities came to update us on our MS restroom and accessible ramp project.  We have had many people here surveying for the ramps and soon they will be soil sampling and boring in preparation for construction, which is slated to begin in July.   Coming up in November, we have Family Day at the Huntington on Sunday, November 4.  All students and their families get in free from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Student Lead Conferences begin the next day.  We have Junior Achievement and other professionals coming for Career Day.  We have a week off to enjoy our families for Thanksgiving.  We have a Chipotle Fundraiser at the end of the month as well.  As you know, the District and UTLA are in the fact finding stage of their negotiations.  In the event of a work stoppage (strike), the District has prepared a Family Resource Guide.  We have limited copies here in the office.  You can access all the information online at

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


In order to improve safety during drop-off and pick-up, the key message is:  Be patient and courteous in the our school neighborhood.  If you drive your children to and from school, you are responsible for their safety, and for the safety of all other students. 

When driving to school for drop-off and pick-up:

 Be patient and courteous

 Never double park

 Do not block crosswalks

Make sure your child exits and enters the car on the right side, directly onto or off of the curb. We now have Safety valet to assist in the morning. 


When walking, riding, or rolling:

 Use extra caution before entering the street

 Obey crossing guards and follow crossing signals

 Never enter the street from between cars


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.   


10 Ways to Live Restoratively

1. Take relationships seriously, envisioning yourself in an interconnected web of people, institutions and the environment.

2. Try to be aware of the impact - potential as well as actual - of your actions on others and the environment.

3. When your actions negatively impact others, take responsibility by acknowledging and seeking to repair the harm - even when you could probably get away with avoiding or denying it.

4. Treat everyone respectfully, even those you don’t expect to encounter again, even those you feel don’t deserve it, even those who have harmed or offended you or others.

5. Involve those affected by a decision, as much as possible, in the decision-making process.

6. View the conflicts and harms in your life as opportunities.

7. Listen, deeply and compassionately, to others, seeking to understand even if you don’t agree with them. (Think about who you want to be in the latter situation rather than just being right.)

8. Engage in dialogue with others, even when what is being said is difficult, remaining open to learning from them and the encounter.

9. Be cautious about imposing your “truths” and views on other people and situations.

10. Sensitively confront everyday

A team of 5 were trained in Restorative Justice on October 24 and 25, 2018.  They will then train the rest of the staff. 


We have lots of items on our lost and found rack!  Please use a permanent marker to label all of your child’s belongings with his/her name.


Make sure you are checking our website regularly for updated information, upcoming events, etc.  


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 the end 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.




Middle School Restrooms

The design drawings are tentatively scheduled to be completed by June 6, 2018.  They will then be submitted to Facilities Environmental Technical Unit (FETU) by July 7, 2018.  The drawings will then be submitted to the Department of the State Architect Office (DSA) by July 25, 2018.  We expect DSA approval by December 25, 2018.  Construction would then start by March 23, 2019.  Stay tuned!

Parent Workshops


November 29th at 8:15 a.m. Parent Portal/School Experience Survey Workshop - in the library.



Click on the image above to access resources for parents.

Haga clik en el imagen arriba para obtener mas información para padres.


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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.

Contact us

Email: Faculty & Staff

Ph. 323.254.5141

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: