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Location: Room 2
The Parent Center serves as a parent classroom -- a place where parents can learn about curriculum, community resources, communicating with teachers and school personnel, and ways to support children's learning at home. Parents learn about the importance of the social and emotional well-being of children as well as strategies and resources to support their development. The knowledge and skills that parents acquire at the Parent Center prepare them to be successful in their roles as their children's first and life-long teachers and advocates.
Virtual Information Booth Monday, June 29th
Summer School VIRTUAL INFORMATION BOOTH for Monday, June 29th. This is for parents, teachers, and administrators.
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Meeting ID: 945 2533 0445
Summer School Information
How do students apply for Summer Programs 2020?
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for teacher application
8th Grade Dedication Page
LA Streetlight Design Competition
LA Streetlight Design Competition
At home and feeling creative? Submit your unique design, sketch, or drawing by June 1, 2020 for an opportunity to win an Inspirational Award and $500 cash award.
Check out details and rules at https://www.lalightstheway.org/student-competition-summary
The City of Los Angeles launched its first-ever urban design competition in November 2019. While you are adjusting to life at home, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti invites you to submit a unique and innovative design for how a Los Angeles streetlight can look and function for people in Los Angeles. Submissions are due June 1, 2020.
If your cool design, sketch, or drawing is selected, you have the opportunity to win an Inspirational Award and $500 cash prize.
Brief History of Los Angeles Streetlights:
Streetlights were first installed in Los Angeles in the early 1900’s and reflect the history and culture of that time period. There are currently more than 210,000 lights in Los Angeles and there are more than 400 designs. We are looking for a new design that connects LA history with new technology.
The L.A. Lights the Way Streetlight Student Design Competition is open to high school students who attend schools located within the City of Los Angeles. A jury panel will judge your designsubmission using these criteria:
- 35% Originality and strength of the proposal’s design vision
- 35% Creativity and feasibility of the proposal’s strategy
- 30% Visual coherence of the proposal
Up to five students have the chance to win the Inspirational Award and $500 cash prize each. The winners will be notified through email and invited to the Board of Public Works for their award and prize.
Mail submissions by June 1, 2020, 4:00 PM:
Bureau of Street Lighting
LA Lightpole Student Design Competition
1149 S. Broadway, Ste 200
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Or email to LAlightstheway@lacity.org
General Design Submission Guidelines
You should submit your design on 11” X 17” paper. Include your name, school, and email address on the back of the paper
and an 8 1⁄2” x 11” sheet of paper. You can use any type of drawing method or electronic drawing method. For more details,
check out: LA Lights the Way Student Competition
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