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4th Street Elementary School

420 Amalia Street Los Angeles, CA 90022

Phone: (323) 266-0182 Fax: (323) 264-4071

School-Wide Positive Behavior Intervention and Support

Boys and Girls remember to follow our school rules:
BE SAFE, BE RESPECTFUL, BE RESPONSIBLE, and BE KIND

 

Boys and Girls caught following our school rules will be given a Golden Ticket for our weekly drawing

 

Classes will be rewarded with a Bear Buck for behaving, the goal is to collect 30 Bear Bucks

School Safety

Safety is one of our main priorities at 4th Street Elementary School, parents, teachers, and staff can all do their part by obeying all traffic rules when dropping off and picking up students at school.  We encourage everyone to use our School Valet in the morning as it is added security for your child.  In addition, please follow all pedestrian rules when walking to school.

Welcome to Our School

Dear Community,

I want to welcome you to a new school year! I look forward to another year of working hand in hand with our school community to help make this a  place where our students thrive.

This year, we will continue to focus on the full implementation of the District's key initiatives:

1.  Providing quality education to all students by following the Master Plan.

2. Adoption of Common Core standards

3. Providing opportunity for professional growth by learning about best practices with the Teaching an Learning Framework. 

These District initiatives will ensure that we prepare our students to be college and career ready!

In addition to a culture of learning, our students safety is also very important.  Thank you for your support in keeping our students safe  by following all traffic rules and safety precautions. 

with parent support, quality education, and safety in mind, we will help our students thrive in learning, getting along with others and maintaining a safe and nurturing environment.

Sincerely,

Lupe Carrandi

Principal

News

 
 
Celebrating College Awareness, Access, and Readiness
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The LAUSD Board of Education officially approved this month's declaration of College Awareness Month. At the our meeting, Fourth Street Elementary Principal Carrandi, who grew up in East Los Angeles and was the first in her family to go to college, shared how the school community implements a college culture that is tangible, relevant, and visible, including school t-shirts with a motto on the back that says, "College Begins Here!"
 
Principal Muñoz, proud representative from Second Street Elementary in Boyle Heights and home to the college-bound Trojans, shared how college is a theme that runs throughout her campus and the decisions that are made to nurture college and career ready graduates that can read, write, think, and believe.
 
LAUSD Board of Education Student Board Member Karen Calderón shared her first college visit to UCLA in 4th grade. She closed with powerful words to the LAUSD family in our movement to ensure a high-quality education for every child in Los Angeles on the path to college: "It is great to see the humanity in all of you, to make it realistic and a possibility."
 
Click here to watch the short clip on what your school can do to celebrate college awareness throughout the year: 
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Today: 1/18/17

School Hours

School Begins: 8:00 a.m.

Dismissal: 2:20 p.m.

Early Tuesday Dismissal: 1:20 p.m.

 

January Highlights

January Early Dismissals

January 17 - 1:20 Dismissal

January 24 - 1:20 Dismissal

January 25 - 12:30 Dismissal

January 31 - 1:20 Dismissal