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Calvert Street Elementary School

Los Angeles Unified School District

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     Calvert news


    Hello Calvert Families,

    We hope you are all safe and well. Please feel free to contact your child’s teacher through email if you need further instruction or help on your child's continuity of learning.

    Principal Steve Gediman

    Coordinator Nancy Robledo

    PreK Liz Calderon

    TK/K Nadine Shindel

    K Sped Stacey Schwartz

    K/1 Rashanda Zakem

    K Jamie Armstrong

    1 Irene Shabazi/Azy Aarons

    1 Erin Roberson

    2 Janet Bregman/Katherine Veda

    2 Dora Fournier

    2/3 Pam Alch  

    3 Even Fritsch

    3 Judy Falzone

    4 Dina Marshall

    4 Gayle Peck 

    3/4/5 Sped Ashley Crawford

    5 Sarah Gaudet

    5 Reihaan Khan

    Calvert Teacher Schedules -

    Locations of the "Grab and Go" Food (7:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M.)


    Chatsworth Charter High School
    10027 Lurline Ave., Chatsworth 91311

    Columbus Middle School
    22250 Elkwood St., Canoga Park 91304

    Kennedy High School
    11254 Gothic Ave., Granada Hills 91344

    Mulholland Middle School
    17120 Vanowen Ave., Lake Balboa 91406

    Porter Middle School
    15960 Kingsbury St., Granada Hills 91344

    Sepulveda Middle School
    15330 Plummer St., North Hills 91343

    Sutter Middle School
    7330 Winnetka Ave., Winnetka 91306

    If needed, please click here to access the LAUSD Resource Guide. 

    Here is a letter from our Superintendent Austin Beutner:

    The public health crisis created by the coronavirus is not something any of us could reasonably have expected to happen, and we’re in uncharted waters as we work to prevent the spread of the illness. We have been following the guidance of public health experts on how we can keep all who are part of our school community -- students, staff, family members and visitors -- safe in the midst of a growing health crisis. We are now at a point where the balance has shifted and the appropriate path is to close schools. We are taking this step to keep our school communities safe. Effective Monday, March 16, we will close all Los Angeles Unified public schools for two weeks while we evaluate the appropriate path forward. While our school facilities will be closed, plans are in place for students to continue to learn during this time, and we will open 40 family resource centers to provide care for children if families need it.

    For families: (213) 443-1300
    For school leaders: (213) 241-2000
    For employees: (213) 241-2700 




    If you would like to register for our new after-school program Creative Brain Learning, the instructions are below.


    Online Registration is Open.

    Parents can register their children at There is no fee for the program. There is no registration fee either. Students will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. We would like to encourage students who are not currently served by an after-school program or LAUSD's Youth Services, such as grades K-1, to sign up.



     Students must be registered before being able to attend the program, as Creative Brain needs to have student information and emergency contact information on file to properly serve program participants. 


    Program Schedule

    The after school program will be in operation on all school days starting immediately upon school dismissal and until 6PM. The program will begin with student sign-in and snack/supper, followed by rotations that will include homework help, physical education and enrichment.

    Creative Brain Learning Flyer

    EnrollIng now


    Greetings Future and Current Calvert Families,

    For information regarding our enrollment procedures please click the link: 

    Application Procedures for Calvert Charter for Enriched Studies




    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.