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February is Black History Month, also known as African American History Month. Click here for information on this historical month.  

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Posted by: Dayna Wells
Published: 2/12/18




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Have you signed up for the Parent Passport online information system?  Why not get signed up today?  This platform allows parents to see all of these cool key features. 

(*Some are coming soon.)  

 

Register today in English or in Spanish.   

 

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Posted by: Dayna Wells
Published: 1/26/18




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Beginning January 12th, students will be able to choose what they wear to school beyond the uniform. Our school site council was approached by parents for the change and students wrote compelling arguments for free dress on campus.  Two of our fifth graders addressed the council stating, "We should be able to express ourselves and not be restricted to uniforms."  

 

Free Dress Friday means students may choose school appropriate clothing other than their traditional (and mandatory) uniforms which are worn Monday - Thursday.  Clothing must be clean, not ripped or torn, tummies and shoulders should be covered. Close-toed shoes only.  Appropriate graphics on all clothing.  Any clothing that disrupts school will not be allowed.  

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Posted by: Dayna Wells
Published: 1/9/18




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Posted by: Dayna Wells
Published: 11/3/17




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Be informed about how your child is performing in school and their progress toward meeting grade level standards. 

 

Also, consider attending our New Report Card & A-G Graduation Requirements parent workshop on Friday, November 3rd at 8:30am to find out how supporting your child's progress now will help to keep them on track to graduate both college and career ready. 

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Posted by: Dayna Wells
Published: 9/27/17




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Participate in Los Angeles Unified School District's calendar survey.  Let the district know what schedule you like best for 2018-2019 school year.  Fill in your calendar survey today.  You can link to the survey here or complete the paper copy that came home last week!

 

 

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Posted by: Dayna Wells
Published: 9/25/17




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Published: 6/3/17




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Are you proud to be a Dolphin?  You have every reason to be.  Here is one more! 
 

 

This spring, School Board Member Dr. Richard Vladovic, Superintendent Michelle King, Local District Superintendent Christopher Downing, and Councilman Joe Buscaino, awarded Principal Dayna Wells the elementary school STEM HERO IN EDUCATION award for the work being done at Point Fermin Marine Science Magnet.  The award was given "for cultivating a generation of educators and students whom have gone above and beyond to advocate for the importance of science, technology, engineering, and math education in a school setting. 


 

 

The California Senate and Los Angeles Unified School District commended our school for receiving the award.


 

 

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Posted by: Dayna Wells
Published: 4/19/17




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Birthday Treat/Uniform Policy Reminder:

We love birthdays, but we do not celebrate birthdays at school. Please do not send any type of edible treats on your child's birthday for the classroom. You can send books for the teacher, pencils, stickers, or writers notebooks.

Also, please follow school uniform policies. Please do not send children wearing costumes or props. No goodie bags, balloons or toys are allowed. Thank you for following all school rules and ensuring a safe and healthy environment for all children.

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Posted by: Mrs. Adair
Published: 3/23/17




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Cell phone devices are to remain in the off position and stored in backpacks during the school day. Devices that are on, out of backpacks or in use will be taken to the principal's office. Parents will have to come to school to retrieve them. The school takes no responsibility for cell phones, electronics or technology brought to school.

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Posted by: Mrs. Adair
Published: 3/23/17