Parent Center » Home


Sayuri Olivera, Parent Center Director
Phone:  818-773-4710
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
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.
Parent Involvement = Student Success!
El Centro de Padres sirve como un salón de clases para padres, un lugar donde los padres pueden aprender sobre el plan de estudios, los recursos de la comunidad, comunicarse con los maestros y el personal de la escuela, y formas de apoyar el aprendizaje de los niños en el hogar. Los padres aprenden sobre la importancia del bienestar social y emocional de los niños, así como las estrategias y los recursos para apoyar su desarrollo. Los conocimientos y las habilidades que los padres adquieren en el Centro de Padres los preparan para tener éxito en sus roles como los primeros maestros y defensores de sus hijos.
Participación de los padres = ¡Éxito estudiantil!



Return to Campus Spanish

Únase al miembro de la Junta Escolar, Scott M. Schmerelson, y a los Superintendentes del Distrito Local, Chait & Nacorda, para una discusión sobre cómo será el año 2020-21 cuando la escuela se reanude el 18 de agosto.

Martes 30 de junio a las 4:30 p.m. a las 5:30 p.m.

Summer School Information



How do students apply for Summer Programs 2020?
Apply at the Los Angeles Unified’s Summer of Learning 2020 application form:

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for student application

Summer School brochure English

Summer School brochure Spanish

How do teachers apply for Summer Programs 2020?
The teacher application form is available at

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for teacher application

How do administrators apply for Summer Programs 2020?
Please contact your director or community of schools administrator. Thank you.


8th Grade Dedication Page

Dear 8th grade parents and families,
We hope that you and your families are staying safe and are in good health.
We understand that this has been an incredibly difficult and confusing time for everyone. What we are experiencing is unprecedented and we are trying our very best to work together to abide by all the rules and regulations that have been set for us by LAUSD.
In light of all the restrictions that Nobel is under due to Covid19,
PTSA would like to celebrate the culminating class of 2020 with a special video message and dedication. 
Parents please send  a photo and a 4 to 5  line message you would like us to post for your culminating student. Please email to 
We have the largest middle school in the valley, with close to 800 8th grade students, therefore we ask that you stay within the request.
Deadline will be June 1st NO exceptions. Video will be posted on our NEW PTSA WEBSITE  ........
We would like to have it posted by June 10th, which will be the 8th grade Virtual culmination date.
Also, the PTSA along with the Nobel ASB have put together a culmination mementos bag and Lawn sign for the students that will be picked up on 8th grade designated supply pick up and drop off dates,
June 3th,4th and 5th. The school will be reaching out to families to let them know what their designated time and date are. It is also posted on the Nobel website:
We wish the Nobel Charter culminating class of 2020 much success as they venture into the new world of High School.
Stay Safe,
Nobel Charter PTSA

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

Due 6/1/20


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.


Selection Criteria

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


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



















Click here for Agendas, Presentations, and Resources


Be part of the conversation with instructional leaders from the Local District Northwest team as they discuss

Upcoming Meetings


MONROE Community of Schools

May 20, 2020 @ 3:00 PM – Flyer – Registration Link


CANOGA PARK / CHATSWORTH Community of Schools

May 21, 2020 @ 10:00 AM – Flyer – Registration Link


TAFT / HALE Community of Schools

May 21, 2020 @ 5:00 PM – Flyer – Registration Link


RESEDA Community of Schools

May 27, 2020 @ 3:00 PM – Flyer – Registration Link


KENNEDY / NAHS / VAAS Community of Schools

May 28, 2020 @ 10:00 AM – Flyer – Registration Link


CLEVELAND Community of Schools

May 29, 2020 @ 10:00 AM – Flyer – Registration Link