Calvert Charter for
19850 Delano St.
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
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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.
The Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium is developing a system of valid, reliable, and fair next-generation assessments aligned to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in English language arts/literacy (ELA/literacy) and mathematics for grades 3-8 and 11. The system—which includes both summative assessments for accountability purposes and optional interim assessments for instructional use—will use computer adaptive testing technologies to the greatest extent possible to provide meaningful feedback and actionable data that teachers and other educators can use to help students succeed.
Parents- Please let your voice be heard.
Please let LAUSD know your priorities for the district to spend LCFF funding.
The Los Angeles Unified School District would like to solicit your input for developing the District's Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). We value your opinion and we hope that you will take the time to complete this survey.
El Distrito Escolar Unificado de Los Angeles le gustaría solicitar su entrada para el desarrollo del Plan de Responsabilidad llamado Plan de Cuentas de Control Local (LCAP). Valoramos su opinión y esperamos que usted se tome el tiempo para completar esta encuesta.
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Andell Family Sunday at LACMA February 23rd
Calvert's Big Yard is Now Open SATURDAYS!
10am - 4pm*
-Parents, please stay with your children. -
March 1, 8 and 22
April 5 and 26
May 3, 10, 17 and 31
The playground is open to Calvert families and community members. Come enjoy the sunshine, fun with friends, and sports with Coach.
More information coming in the next few weeks.
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
Monthly Calvert Bulletin
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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.