Calvert Charter for
19850 Delano St.
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
Monthly Calvert Bulletin: May/June
Student Drop Off Times:
Our school grounds open at 7:30 am. Supervision begins at 7:30 a.m. Students may not be dropped off before this time.
Please refer to the bulletin your child brought home for more information about:
Creative Kids During the Summer
Toys, Games, Birthdays, and Cell Phones
Lost and Found
Lexia Core 5 Login
If you do not have a login/password please contact your teacher.
for Enriched Studies
Welcome to the Home of the Koalas!!!
Mission Statement and Vision
Calvert Charter for Enriched Studies is a student centered institution, focusing on excellence, producing students who are life-long learners, literate, culturally sensitive, morally responsible, and prepared to be leaders of the future.
Calvert provides a place where parents, staff, and students share in the responsibility of a learning environment of trust and mutual respect. All stakeholders effectively communicate, collaborate, and support the high academic and behavior standards to ensure that all students achieve their greatest moral, social, and academic potential to become productive, thinking members of society.
My name is Kirk Nascimento and I am honored to be your principal for the new academic year. Calvert Charter for Enriched Studies believes in helping each child meet their potential. With an incredible staff, we will strive to bring the strengths of each child to the forefront using the arts and technology. This goal cannot be met without the amazing parents and community members that are an active part of their children’s lives. We are implementing the new Common Core State Standards and welcome you to visit and help us with this endeavor. Calvert Alumni have gone on to be leaders and achieve incredible accomplishments . We look forward to continuing this legacy and teaching our students to use technology to better their lives. Come join us for our Second Saturdays to help beautify our campus and keep Calvert Elementary an academic stronghold and beautiful oasis for our community. We look forward to a productive year where we will achieve even greater things.
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Random Public Drawing/Lottery List
The Random Public Drawing/Lottery was held on Monday, April 11. Below are the list of the selected applicants.
For more information or questions please come to the office or call (818)347-2681.
Calvert Charter Lottery Waiting List
Application numbers are listed in order on each waiting list.
For more information or questions please visit the office or call (818) 347-2681.
Enrollment for Kindergarten for the 2016/2017 school year will begin on Monday, May 2nd between the hours of 9:00 am - 3:30 pm.
Age qualifications for Kindergarten - Child must be 5 years by September 1, 2016.
Age qualifications for Transitional Kindergarten - Child must be 5 years old between September 2, 2016 and December 2, 2016
Enrollment packets will be accepted until Monday, June 27th between the hours 9:00 am - 3:30 pm.
The office will re-open for enrollment on July 27th between the hours of 9:00 am - 3:30 pm.
Enrollment packets are available now.
LAUSD Open Enrollment
The LAUSD Open Enrollment paper application will be available May 2nd.. Applications can be picked up in our office or at any LAUSD school. To apply online go to http://apply.lausd.net. Families will need to create a parent account.
Fifth grade parents that are applying for LAUSD Open Enrollment at a non-resident middle that need a paper application must pick up the form from Calvert and obtain the principal's signature before turning it in to the middle school of your choice.
School Accountability Report Card
Every K-12 public school in California is required by state law to publish a School Accountability Report Card (SARC) each year. The SARC contains information about the condition and performance of each school.
To view Calvert's SARC online, visit: School Accountability Report Card
Garden Rangers Blog
Visit the blog at http://enrichla.org/category/gardens/calvert-street/
Our Garden Rangers deliver our interdisciplinary garden-based education program that allows students to learn in a wonderful outdoor classroom- the garden! Our program offers students six introductory lessons about their school garden. Our program schedule allows all students in K-12 to visit the garden throughout the year. Students learn about the rules in the garden and develop their own, fun garden names. They also explore the garden and help it grow by planting new seedlings. Students learn about the different soil types and which type is in their school garden. Students explore the beneficial and harmful insects that live in their school garden. Climate and Seasons: Students explore the Los Angeles’ ecosystem and the types of weather conditions that different plants prefer. Students learn about the anatomy of a plant and learn to identify which part of the plant we commonly eat. Students work together to harvest and prepare food from the garden. The students care for and maintain the garden. This is the ultimate lesson. They can control the space through their efforts. Our Rangers blog about their work every week. Here are the latest.
LAUSD Title I Parent Involvement Policy
1. LAUSD will involve parents in the joint development of the LAUSD Program Improvement Plan by inviting parents of Title I students to participate in Title I Parent Study Groups at each Educational Service Center (ESC), in the District’s Title I Focus Group, and in school level activities related to the LAUSD Program Improvement Plan, including budget and program development for all categorical programs. The District will also invite parents to participate in special training to support their understanding of the LAUSD Program Improvement Plan and the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA)...(click here for the rest of the bulletin)
1. EL LAUSD incluirá a los padres en la elaboración conjunta del Plan de Mejora de Programas del LAUSD por medio de invitar a los padres de alumnos en Título I a participar en los grupos de estudio de Título I en cada Centro de Servicios Educativos (ESC, por sus siglas en inglés), en el grupo de enfoque de Título I del Distrito y en actividades a nivel escolar relacionadas con el Plan de Mejora del LAUSD, el cual incluye la elaboración de presupuestos y programas de fondos categóricos. El Distrito también invitará a los padres a participar en capacitaciones especiales con fin de apoyar a los padres en su conocimiento del Plan de Mejora de Programas del LAUSD y del Plan Único para el Aprovechamiento Estudiantil (SPSA, por sus siglas en inglés)...
Library Wish List
The Scholastic Book Fair was a success.
The kids had a great time and library earned money toward books.Thank you for your participation!
Add Money to Your Child's Lunch Account
Support the Calvert Charter Elementary Music Program
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For information on how to make a tax-deductible contribution to the Calvert Music Program
Common Core Works From The Page to the Classroom
The Council of the Great City Schools has designed this Common Core Works website to provide member districts quick access to reliable information, tools, and resources for implementing the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics, and the Next Generation Science Standards.
Click the link: COMMON CORE WORKS
LAUSD Parent-Student Handbook
Understanding the Common Core Standards
California adopted a new set of standards. The common core standards is a nationwide approach to prepare children to think critically in our ever evolving society. For more information click the link...
Morning Drop Off and Driveway
The safety and well-being of our students is of the up,it's concern. Keeping this in mind, there are three areas which need to be followed to address this goal...
~Our school grounds open at 7:30am. Supervision is not provided prior to 7:30am. If you need to drop off your children before 7:30am, Creative Kids is a paid option that is available. Please call 818-471-7454 to discuss enrollment. Please do not drop your children off in front of the school or inside the school prior to 7:30am.
~When dropping off students please pull up all the way to the telephone pole before dropping off your children. This will allow the flow of traffic to continue. If you would like to volunteer to assist during drop off and pick up please come to the office or call 818-347-2681.
~Please cross at the cross walk when walking your children to school. This will help Calvert to continue having a safe traffic zone.