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NEW - NUEVO

 

 

Now you can download your Child's 

Self Downloading IGP Report, Progress Report, & Report Cards using the instructions below.

Ahora puede obtener copia de su hijo/a del informe IGP, el informe de progreso y las boletas de calificaciones siguiendo las instrucciones en enlace de abajo.

 

Click Here/Oprima Aqui

From Our Counselors

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This page is currently being updated with resources daily. Thank you for your patience!

 

Dear Irving Bears and Families,

 

As we all adjust to the time away from school amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, we want to assure you that your school counselors will continue to dedicate our time to serving your family and providing school counseling services for your child. We recognize that the next few weeks may be a stressful time for many families and many children are likely to want to have access to counseling support.

On this website, you will find a number of resources, ways to connect and can be used over the course of our school closure and beyond.

 

Please contact Mr. Lozano or Ms. Barajas through email. For urgent matters, please see the resources tab for more information.

 

Click here for email link.

During this time of school closures, any calls for support or consultation should be made to any of the following two numbers for general questions and assistance related to this crisis:

 

COVID-19 hotline for families: (213) 443-1300

 

Mental Health:

LAUSD Mental Health Hotline (Open 6:00 am - 6:00 pm): (213) 241-3840

LA County Department of Mental Health: (800) 854-7111

National Center for Child Traumatic Stress: (310) 235-2633

 

Food Banks:

World Harvest (213) 746-2227 https://www.worldharvestla.org/

 

Homeless Shelters:

LA Mission

303 E 5th St. Los Angeles, CA 90013 (213) 629-1227

Union Rescue Mission

545 San Pedro St. Los Angeles, CA 90013 (213) 347-6300

 

Free Childcare:

Los Angeles Child Care Resource Center (818) 717-1000

Pathways

3325 Wilshire Blvd. Ste 1100 Los Angeles, CA 90010 (213) 427-2700 info@pathwaysla.org

 

Free Clothes:

All People Christian Center

822 E. 20th St. Los Angeles, CA 90011 (213)747-6357

St. Vincent de Paul of Los Angeles

210 N. Avenue 21 Los Angeles, CA 90031 (800) 974-3571

 

 

PARENT LETTER REGARDING MIDDLE SCHOOL CULMINATION

AND CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION POLICY

 

February 2, 2021

Dear Parent/Guardian:

 

LAUSD has adopted a Middle School Culmination Activity and Certificate of Completion policy. This policy defines the criteria for issuing a Middle School Certificate of Completion and for students to participate in the Middle School Culmination Activity. It supports student achievement and guides students in preparing for matriculation from middle school to high school.

 

Los Angeles Unified School District and Irving STEAM Magnet requires that a student meet the following criteria to earn a Certificate of Completion and to be eligible to participate in 8th grade activities and Culmination:

 

Students must earn 5 credits for passing each semester course with a ‘D’ or better. Grades from all subject areas will be used to determine credits earned in eighth grade.

 

Students must earn 67 credits to be eligible for the Certificate of Completion.

 

Students may not have more than TWO (2) U’s in Cooperation and/or No more than TWO (2) U’s in Work Habits.

 

Participation in State testing including but not limited to SBAC or ACC and ELPAC as appropriate

 

No more than eight (8) unexcused absences.

 

Returned and/or cleared all textbook debts, library books and/or any other debts. *If you do not pay your debt, you will not receive your culmination certificate.

 

In the event of frequent or serious violations of school regulations/discipline policy, administration reserves the right to withhold a student from participating in the culmination ceremony.

 

IMPORTANT NOTE: If a student has Failed in the first semester, it is still possible to participate in the Culmination Ceremony if the student makes an honest effort to improve these marks in the 2nd semester.

 

Students will discuss this policy during the Individual Graduation Plan (IGP) conferences. We will work closely with you and your child to promote academic achievement. Failure to meet these requirements will result in an automatic review process to consider extenuating circumstances as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic and possible participation in Culmination.

 

If you have questions about the Culmination Activity and Certificate of Completion policy, contact your child’s counselor Mr. Lozano or Ms. Barajas at 323-259-3700.

 

Sincerely,

 

 

Kirk Roskam

Principal

 


 

CARTA A PADRES DE FAMILIA SOBRE LAS NORMAS DE GRDUACION DE LA ESCUELA INTERMEDIA Y EL CERTIFICADO DE CULMINACION DE ESTUDIOS

 

2 de Febrero de el 2021

Estimados padres de familia/tutores legales:

 

LAUSD ha adoptado normas de Actividad de Graduación de Escuela Intermedia y Certificado de Culminación de Estudios. Estas normas definen los criterios para otorgar un Certificado de Terminación de Estudios de la Intermedia y para que los alumnos puedan participar en la Actividad de Graduación de la Escuela Intermedia. Dichas normas apoyan el aprovechamiento académico y guían a los alumnos al prepararlos para la transición de la preparatoria.

 

El Distrito Escolar Unificado de Los Ángeles y la escuela Irving STEAM Magnet requieren que los estudiantes cumplan las siguientes normas para obtener un Certificado de Culminación y para ser elegible para participar en las funciones del octavo grado incluyendo Grad Night, Baile Formal del Octavo grado, eventos escolares y la ceremonia de culminación:  

Los estudiantes deben obtener 5 créditos para cada curso semestral con una calificación de 'D' o mejor. 
Las calificaciones de todas las materias se usarán para determinar los créditos obtenidos en el octavo grado.  

Los estudiantes deben obtener 67 créditos para ser elegibles para el Certificado de culminación.  

Los estudiantes no pueden tener más de DOS (2) U en Cooperación y / o No más de DOS (2) U en Hábitos de Trabajo.  

No más de ocho (8) ausencias injustificadas.  
Devolver y / o eliminar todas las deudas de libros de texto, libros de la biblioteca y / o cualquier otra deuda. 

Si no paga su deuda, no recibirá su certificado de culminación.  
 En caso de violaciones graves o frecuentes de nuestras normas escolares y/o disciplina, administración se reserva el 
derecho de impedir que un alumno participe en la ceremonia de culminación o reciba su certificado de culminación.   

NOTA IMPORTANTE: Si un estudiante tiene demasiadas U en el primer semestre, aún es posible participar en la 
Ceremonia de Culminación si hace un esfuerzo honesto para mejorar estas calificaciones en el 2º semestre.  
Los estudiantes discutirán esta póliza durante las conferencias del Plan de Graduación Individual (IGP). 
Trabajaremos de cerca con usted y su hijo/a para promover el rendimiento académico. El incumplimiento 
de estos requisitos resultará en un proceso de revisión automática para considerar circunstancias atenuantes 
como resultado de la pandemia COVID-19 y la posible participación en la culminación.

 

Si tiene preguntas sobre la actividad de culminación y la póliza de certificado de graduacion, comuníquese

con el consejero de su hijo/a, el Sr. Lozano o la Sra. Barajas al 323-259-3700.

 

Atentamente,

 

Kirk Roskam

Director