Dismissal on Tuesday is at 1:35 p.m.
Please pick up your children on time! Thank you.
Our Brand New Library
Eagle Rock Elementary School's Vision and Mission Statements
Our Vision is to implement an instructional program that provides a positive, nurturing climate that stimulates maximum academic and social growth, inspires appreciation and respect for diversity, and empowers all children to participate successfully in a changing society.
* Students will communicate effectively to acquire and share knowledge with a variety of audiences.
* Students will demonstrate academic proficiency in the areas of Reading, Language Arts, and Mathematics, which meet or exceed the California Grade Level Standards.
Mornings and afternoons are very busy around the perimeter of the campus. While some of our rules might seem inconvenient, they have been established after careful consideration of what is safest for the students. Please keep in mind that when you help support these rules you are not only helping the welfare of our whole community, but you are modeling safe behaviors for your child, and that is sure to help keep him or her make smart choices when you're not around.
* Parking lots are for staff use only. Please do not drive in to drop off students, and do not block the entrance to parking lots.
* You are welcome to park and walk your student onto the campus; please use crosswalks when crossing the street (this is a life-saving habit for your child to learn). Gates on Fair Park, Chicksaw, and Maywood are open until the morning bell, and open again at dismissal at 2:35 p.m.
* At 8:15 a.m., all gates will be locked and the only access to the school grounds will be at the front door. Please ring the buzzer and someone will admit you after you introduce yourself. This new system is to increase our campus security.
* Kindergarten students should be picked up from th porch in the Kindergarten yard. Teachers or staff will facilitate the pick-up.
* Children other than kindergartners being pick up by parents should be picked up on the school side of the street. Students being picked up late will wait on the playground where there is adult supervision.
* Children walking home must cross at crosswalks only. Walk on the sidewalks and not on the grass. Students who choose to play after school need to sign in for the After School Playground with Youth Services or the Youth Development Program. Once a student has left the campus, they are not to return. Children are not allowed to leave the campus to go to the store or buy from street vendors then return to campus.
* Safety issue- Bicycles, Skateboards, or scooters are never permitted on campus.
* District policy- For security reason, the teacher must be present if students or parents wish to retrieve something from the classroom.
Classroom Supply List 2013-2014
Online Meal Application
Breakfast and Lunch Menus
Students Meeting the Accelerated Reader Goals!
Hour of Code
Our school will be participating in the Hour of Code. It is part of Computer Science Education Week. Students will be viewing videos and doing activities around computer programming. Click on the links below for more information.
Please be aware of the following two announcements.
1. EREEF will present the holiday movie Elf - outdoors if the weather permits and in the auditorium if it looks rainy. Individual Tickets are $5, or 5 tickets for $20. Tickets are available tomorrow morning at assembly or at 6pm before the film begins. Show starts at 6:30pm.
Holiday Staff Appreciation Luncheon
Staff Appreciation Luncheon
Friday, December 13, 2013
Lunches will be served from 11:30am - 1:30pm for teachers and staff to enjoy during their lunch periods.
Our annual Holiday Luncheon will be held Friday, December 13th! This is a wonderful time to show our hard working teachers, administrators and support staff how much we appreciate them. The teachers and staff always enjoy the dishes our families bring. You can bring your dish to the Teachers Lounge in the morning when you drop off your children. Please label your dish with its name, your name, and the teacher's name. Label your serving utensils with your name and child's name and room number as well. If you'd like to help before, during or after the luncheon, please leave a note in the PTA box in the main office for PTA Hospitality Chair, Jessica Voelker. All paper goods and drinks are provided by the PTA. To ensure we have enough dishes for all the lunch periods, we ask that you fill out the tear-off and return it to school by Monday, December 9th.
December Parent Newsletter
Here is the latest parent newsletter.
Thank you!!!! :)
Parent Involvement Policy
Please click on the links below for more information.
Eagle Rock Elementary selected for Wildflowering L.A. Grant
ERGO (Eagle Rock Greening Organization), in conjunction with EREEF is happy to announce that Eagle Rock Elementary has
been selected to participate in the Wildflowering L.A. contemporary art project on our campus this Fall! Wildflowering L.A. is a native wild-flower seed planting initiative throughout Los Angeles County beginning in October 2013 by artist Fritz Haeg.
The site-specific instillation will be located across from our school garden, next to room 51 and visible for public viewing from Maywood Ave.
Wildflowering L.A. brings a wild and beautiful seasonal native landscape to open plots of land throughout Los Angeles County. Our school was selected as one of its 50 sites based upon engagement of school-age children and public visibility.
The grant includes native wildflower seeds for our specific “flat-lands” region provided by The Theodore Payne Foundation for Wildflowers & Native Plants. Participating classes will learn about soil preparation, seeding, native species identification, removal of invasive plants, the role of water-wise irrigation as well as document and share our school’s growth with others through social media.
The selection of our school’s native plants was inspired by Reyner Banham's 1971 book, Los Angeles: The Architecture of Four Ecologies. Each of the participating sites is officially identified with a prominent carved wood sign designed by Haeg. The project culminates with an exhibition in spring 2014.
Visit wildflowering.org for more information about this project.
Wildflowering LA is supported by a grant from the James Irvine Foundation
LAND is a non-profit public art initiative committed to curating site-and situation specific contemporary art projects in Los Angeles and beyond
Information on Common Core.
No unauthorized visitor will be allowed on campus without principal permission prior to 2:35 p.m. (1:35 p.m. on Tuesdays). We are doing this for the safety of all students. Thank you.
For the safety and security on our campus, please report anything unusual to our school staff, school police or LAPD immediately.
Los Angeles School Police (213) 625-6631
Los Angeles Police Department (323) 344-5701
Forms and Information
Food Drive 2013