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Parent Engagement Policy

Attention Parents! 

On November 30,2016, the District Parent Engagement Policy and our school Parent Engagement Policy were mailed out to all parents.

El 30 de Noviembre del 2016 la política de participación de padres del distrito y nuestra escuela fueron enviados por correo a todos los padres. 

Links are posted below:

Parent Involvement Policy 2016-2017

District Parent Engagement - English

District Parent Engagement - Spanish

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Miles Avenue Mission / Mision de la Escuela Miles

The Miles school community fosters the innate capacities of each student, empowering them to become lifelong learners and leaders.

La comunidad de la escuela Miles formenta las habilidades inatas de cada alumno, facultado para que aprendan continuamente el la vida y lleguen a ser lederes.

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National School Choice Week 2017

Miles Avenue Elementary School has scheduled the following activities in celebration of National School Choice Week:

01/23/17 “I Love My School” paragraph contest

01/24/17 Community Walk to Salt Lake Park

01/25/17 “Can’t Stop the Feeling” whole school dance

Miles Avenue is one of more than 13,000 schools participating in National School Choice Week (January 22–28, 2017). The goal of the Week is to shine a positive spotlight on all types of education options for children—from traditional public schools to public charter schools, magnet schools, private schools, online learning and homeschooling.

Mini-Spartans are Winners!


Congratulations to Daisy Ledezma, a second grade student with Mr. Salinas in our Dual Language Academy.

Daisy completed in the 37th Annual Bookmark Contest, Fall 2016 through the Huntington Park Library. Her design won! All local library winners will complete in a regional contest and those winners will be selected by the L.A. County Board of Supervisors. Good luck Daisy on winning the regional Contest in February.

Superintendent Michelle King visits Miles!

The culminating Class of 2017 was welcomed to the new school year by LAUSD Superintendent.
 

Career Day 2016

Miles School Orchestra

Message From the Principal

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February is something thought of as the month of LOVE. We would like to acknowledge the groups and individuals that showed so much love to our school community through their generous donations from November to December.

- Officer Lara and the LA Schools Police Department. 

- Huntington Park City Council Mayor Ortiz, Vice Mayor Sanabria, Council Member Macias, Council Member Jhonny Pineda Jaime Urbina, Healthy Start.

- La Paloma Market of Huntington Park.

- El Super.

Because of their generosity, we were able to provide food baskets and/or turkeys to over 75 families. In additions to over 100 children received toys. 

We also felt much love during our National School Choice Week activities in January. The walk and the dance were a blast! Thank you to the 200 parents, students, and teachers who walked in support of our school. Our Local District was also right by our side during our walk to Salk Lake Park. Thanks Superintendent Huerta, Dr. Baca, Dr. Webb, Mr. Hernandez, Ms. Lowe, and Mr. Martinez In addition, the city of Huntington Park proclaimed their support of school choice as well. Mayor Graciela Ortiz, a former Mini-Spartan, and Council Member Karina Macias kicked off our school wide dance by reading the proclamation and by cheering our students as they danced.

It was exciting to see the pride and passion we all share for our school. Whether your child is enrolled in Miles Academy of Arts and Sciences (MAAS), Miles MST Magnet, the Miles Dual Language Academy, your child is part of program that is helping them to become college and career ready and empowering them to become lifelong learners and leaders.

Sincerely,

Cora L. Watkins

Safety Information

1. Students who come to school before 7:30 must be in the Ready, Set, Go! Program for safety reasons. The Ready, Set, Go! Morning Program that operates from 6:00am to 7:50am in room 33 with Mr. Enrique Duran. For your child's safety, do not leave him/her unsupervised.

Ready-Set-Go! Morning Program

Days: Monday - Friday, 6:00 - 7:50am

Grades: Kindergarten - 5th

Location: Room 33

Program Supervision: Enrique Duran

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2. Parking lots can be dangerous places. For this reason, they may not be used for students to enter or exit the campus. The parking lot should only be used to pick up students from Woodcraft Rangers after 5:00pm 

Woodcraft Rangers After School Program

Days: Monday - Friday, 2:15 - 6:00pm

Grades: Kindergarten - 5th

Location: Cafeteria 

Program Supervision: Adriana Rodriguez

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Title IX

Please visit this page for important Title IX information.

 

http://achieve.lausd.net/Page/3654


NEWS REEL!


Bring in your Box Tops!


Be Safe, Be Respectful, and Be Responsible

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Bring your BoxTops to school and help us collect funds.  We get 10 cents for every BoxTop you bring. How many can you bring this week?

Pets in the Classroom

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Petco is sponsoring Pets in the Classroom, please visit the link to apply, and please no reptiles.