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Granada Elementary School

Los Angeles Unified School District

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    Welcome to Granada Elementary TK-5th Grade
    View on Map or Call 818-363-3188 Mon.-Fri. 8am - 3pm

    Granada Elementary School

    enrollment is still OPEN. you can pick up A packet in the Office         Mon.-Fri. 8am-3pm or enroll online BELOW

    Please wear a full mouth/nose mask when visiting the Campus

    Every Monday

    We share announcements, reminders and information with our Teachers, Students and Parents every Monday at 9:00am >>>

    • Logon to our Zoom webinar Meeting ID: 98715550741 Password: 17170
    • Use the same Meeting ID and Password each Monday
    • At-Home Learning starts with Teachers at 9:30am on Monday
    • At-Home Learning starts with Teachers at 9:00am Tuesday - Friday
       

    2ONLINE ENROLLMENT
    Granada Elementary Online Enrollment - START HERE

    Work and day-care permits are being accepted.
    Please see the office for details.


    AT-HOME RESOURCES

    Parent Portal

    Technology help for families:
    (213) 443-1300                                        
    COVID-19 testing and tracing programs at school - VIEW HERE
    Hotspot request form -Access Code: lausd2020 - VIEW HERE
    Parent and Community Engagement (PACE) - VIEW HERE

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    Instructional Continuity resources:

    Mission Statement

    Within a climate of collaboration and mutual respect, our school community prepares all students to become life-long learners and critical thinkers by fostering:

    - Higher level thinking, problem solving, and communication skills through the use of researched based practices and differentiated instruction, driven by data analysis.

     -Character development and respect for diversity

     -Creativity and the desire to  become life-long learners.

    The following are sites for English Language Arts, Math, Science, PE and Social Studies

    • ABC Mouse: digital education program for children ages 2–8 (email teacher and request access code)
    • ABCYa.com: Educational games from preK- to Fifth grade
    • Brainpop: (email teacher and request access code)
    • Duolingo: Learn English or another language!
    • Freckle: helps K-12 teachers differentiate instruction to reach every student at their own level across Math, ELA, Social Studies and Science.
    • Funbrain: Created for kids in grades Pre-K through 8, Funbrain.com has been the leader in free educational games for kids since 1997. Funbrain offers hundreds of games, books, comics, and videos that develop skills in math, reading, problem-solving and literacy
    • Khan Academy:  offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. We tackle math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more.
    • LAUSD Digital Library 1:
    • LAUSD Digital Library 2: You need your single sign on using the LAUSD email address issue to you by your teacher.
    • Learn Zillion:
    • PBS Kids: free access

    Need help?: Please email your child's teachers. Please include your name, and your child's name.

    Continuity of Instruction Schedule:

    First Grade Weekly Schedule
    Mr. Perez LAUSD Teacher of the Year

    LA Clippers Recognize Award Winning Teacher Mr. Ellis

    Mr. Ellis
    Grand Prize Winner
    Mr. Ellis Room 18

    Mr. Ellis and Room 18 won Two Awards in the 54th Annual California Student Media Festival held virtually on June 13, 2020 for their movie “Germs!” “Germs!” is loosely based on the 50’s Horror classic “The Blob” and is about a small town where people mysteriously start getting sick.  The germs spread quickly and the townspeople are trying to find out what's happening. Just when it looks like there is no solution, they find out about precautions that can help prevent the virus from spreading, and that flu shots can help to prevent the spreading sickness. Finally, the whole town comes to get their flu shots to make them safe from the virus.

    “Germs!” won in the category Artistic Fiction Elementary, and also walked away with the Grand Prize Artistic Fiction Elementary award.  The Grand Prize also included $750 from the Festival’s sponsors.  With these two awards, Mr. Ellis’s classes through the years have now won over 70 Awards for their movies.

    A New Standard

    Principal's Message

    Our school motto is, “Creating a Community of Lifelong Learners” and that’s what you will continue to see happening at this school every single day.  Students, teachers, parents, administrators, and support staff all work together to further the academic, social, and positive character development of each child while recognizing the special gifts we each have. It’s this special feeling of community that bonds us together and makes Granada Elementary the unique and special place it is!

    We are a Bucket Filling School!

    Bucket Filler

    BUCKET FILLING is a way to encourage positive behavior as children see how very easy and rewarding it is to express kindness, appreciation, and love on a daily basis.

    Learn how you can become a BUCKET FILLER by visiting the website

    Bucket Fillers

    Important Traffic Safety Reminder

    We ask that you please drive carefully, especially at drop off and pick up times.  Our students are precious to ALL of us. Please drive carefully for the sake of our kids.

     

    Kindness and Caring Project

    Kindness and Caring Project
    Kindness and Caring Project
     

    Zero the Hero visits classes on the 100th day of school!

    Zero the Hero
    Zero the Hero
     

    Granada Robotics Team

    Robotics Team
    Congratulations to Granada's first ever Robotics Team!  These students learned how to build and program their own robot to perform a set of tasks and then competed with Teams from other schools to see which robots were the most efficient. Our team was entered in the "Rookie" (first time entries) Division and came in 7th place!  The students worked hard, learned a lot, and with the support of their parents and our school coaches, Mrs. Jennings & Mr. Benigno, did a fabulous job!

    Fundraising

    The School Accountability Report Card