Sherman Oaks Elementary Charter School is dedicated to offering an enriched learning experience for our children and the Sherman Oaks Booster Club is dedicated to funding our enrichment programs.
Through the generous support of our families, the parent Booster Club provides funding for our exceptional enrichment programs that enhance and improve the educational opportunities for each and every one of our students.
“We Heart Enrichments”
The Tiger Fund Love Campaign is still going strong! This week, show your love for ART. Contribute to the Tiger Fund by this Friday to bolster our enrichment programs. The class achieving the highest participation will be rewarded with an exclusive treat party! Look for information on ParentSquare or ask your room parent about how to donate to the Love Campaign, and help sustain our ENRICHMENTS.
In February we celebrate Black History Month and classrooms will be learning about the history and contributions of Black Americans. This year in observance of Black History Month each grade level will choose
important Black Americans to highlight in fields of science, technology, art, athletics, education, and created classroom door displays.
The School Experience Survey (SES) window opened on February 12, 2024 and closes on March 22, 2024. Parents can take the survey by visiting:School Experience Survey. This platform provides Parents the opportunity to share what we are doing well and what we can improve. As a District, one of our Strategic Goals is to increase the % of parents who participate in the SES. In 2021-2022 our parent participation was 53% and in 2022-2023 we increased parent participation to 78%. Our GOAL for 2023-2024 is 100%.
YOUR VOICE MATTERS!!
CONGRATULATIONS to the following classes with 96% or better attendance for the week of February 19
*Taslagian. * Curtis *Novela *Baroyan/Panuco
PARENT PORTAL is at 95% registration!!
We're almost there!
Let's get SOEC to 100%!
Congratulations to the teachers who've reached 100%!😊
Cook, Ancewicz, Curtis, O'Malley, Cruz, Keenan, Arnold, Linton and Mitchell
As of this moment we have 28-students unregistered for the LAUSD Parent Portal. For parents who are unable to complete the online steps on their own, please come to the Parent Resource Center in Room-1 on Tuesday starting at 1:00pm, or at dismissal. Ana Medina, Parent Community Rep will be conducting open hours to help get these remaining 28-students registered. It only takes about 5-minutes . Once completed parents have access to many of the resources LAUSD has to offer, such as report cards, Schoology, free tutoring, Chromebooks for home use, free internet, etc.
2022-2026 LAUSD STRATEGIC PLAN: READY FOR THE WORLD
For the next four years, Los Angeles Unified will focus on a singular goal: ensure ALL our students graduate READY FOR THE WORLD – to thrive in college, career, and life. This Strategic Plan represents a promise to our entire Los Angeles Unified community that we will achieve this goal. With this plan, we are establishing a new, inspiring vision on how we can improve student achievement and close opportunity gaps. We believe that by outlining a singular goal, and a vision for achieving this goal, we can ensure that everyone who is a part of Los Angeles Unified will be able to support and uplift our district together.
Our singular goal: ensure ALL our students graduate READY FOR THE WORLD – to thrive in college, career, and life.
Through a robust listening and engagement effort capturing diverse voices from across the District, we have established a shared vision of what student success looks like and what being ready for the world means; this plan will serve as a roadmap outlining all of the steps we will take to realize this vision. This plan is designed to inform actions that can be taken at the school site, through the district office, and in our communities to drive student success and move toward our singular goal, creating alignment across the District on the ways we can best serve our students and our school communities.
We acknowledge that the last two years have been difficult for our students, staff, and families – the COVID-19 pandemic has challenged us in many ways and forced us to rethink how we provide for our students.
And while we will continue to respond to the impact of a pandemic still present in our communities, this plan will allow us to elevate the ways in which we have adapted positively to serve our students and highlight the promising practices we will institute to carry us forward. We will capture the urgency of our current moment and work together to transform into a stronger, more inclusive, and more responsive district.