News and Announcements

SSC Meeting

SSC Meeting on Friday, January 22nd and 2:30 p.m.
Click on the news title to see the attached agenda for Zoom information.
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8th Grade Gear!

The Nobel Class of 2021 can now order 8th grade spirit wear online from www.ppgonlinestore.com starting today until Saturday, January 30th.

All orders will be shipped directly to the buyer. Click the news article to be taken to the student store page of our website for more information.
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Coffee with the Principal

Please join us for Coffee with the Principal! Coffee with the Principal is intended to be an opportunity to meet and to discuss current issues, information regarding second semester events, and ask questions. January 19, 2021 at 1pm. Please click the title of the news article to register for the event.
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No Student Programs on Campus 12/10-1/11/2021

Effective Dec. 10 to Jan. 11, there are no student programs on campus such as childcare, athletic conditioning, in-person tutoring, assessments and any in-person services for Special Education. Our staff will work to transition in-person services such as tutoring and assessment to virtual online services. We are asking those who are currently working at schools to work from home if at all possible for the rest of the semester. The Grab & Go Food Centers and COVID-19 testing sites will remain open. If you need technology support, please contact the school’s main office. Please continue to be safe. We’ll continue to evaluate the situation and provide updated information along the way.

For assistance, please contact the respective offices via email:

Attendance Office: Maggie Uribe margarita.uribe@lausd.net
Claudia De La Torre claudia.x.delatorre@lausd.net

Magnet Office: Lucinda Salas lxs7392@lausd.net

Counseling Office: Juanita Lucero jxl3525@lausd.net

Textbook Office/ Special Education: Dolores Quesada mda5027@lausd.net

Main Office: Penny Phillips pjp6903@lausd.net
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Title 1 Meeting and Information

If you missed our Annual Title I Meeting in October, you may join us on Tuesday, December 8, 2020 at 9:00 am. The Zoom link is available as a live link if you click the title of the news article. https://lausd.zoom.us/j/82811940413
Alfred B. Nobel Charter Middle School is operating as a Title I school for its fourth year. The designation allows the school to receive federal funding to assist our underperforming students. The allocation of the funds is closely overseen by our School Site Council (SSC) which is made of parents, teachers, students, and school staff. As a Title I school we have the responsibility to develop a Parent and Family Engagement Policy and School Compact each year and provide it to you for your review.

Please take a moment to read the policies that demonstrate our shared goals and commitment to student achievement. We are looking forward to a very successful year with your support.
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School Pictures! Save the dates!

School Pictures are coming soon. Pictures will be taken through the students Science classes. Please click the title of the news article for information on School Pictures. There will be more information coming...Save the dates!
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7th Grade Health Textbook Collection

All 7th grade students that had Health during the Fall semester, please return your health book only on January 5, 2021, between the hours of 10-3pm on the service road. Students do not need to be present as the books will be scanned into the system. Students that have Health during the Spring semester, can come on January 8th from 10-3pm to pick up your health book. This will be a drive through process and all COVID safety measures will be taken to ensure everyones safety.
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Join us in celebrating Inclusive Schools Week December 7-11, 2020!

The Inclusive Schools Week’s theme is “The Time for Inclusion is Now!” Since its inception in 2001, Inclusive Schools Week has celebrated the progress that schools have made in providing a supportive and quality education to an increasingly diverse student population, including students who are marginalized due to disability, gender, socio-economic status, cultural heritage, language preference, and other factors. The Week also provides an important opportunity for educators, students and parents to discuss what else needs to be done in order to ensure that their schools continue to improve their ability to successfully educate all children. Please click the title of the news article to go to the website!
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