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8/21/17 Eclipse

Langdon will be on a "Modified Shelter-in-Place" from 9am to 12noon on 8/21/17.

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Vision Statement

Langdon Elementary School will foster a love of learning and perseverance through the use of technology, and teaching and mentoring both independent and collaborative learning.  Students will be college and career ready, confident and driven to be critical thinkers and problem solvers in a modern society.

Mission Stmt

At Langdon Avenue Elementary School our Mission is to ensure continued learning through rigorous instruction in a nurturing and safe environment.

ACCOUNTABILITY

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Contact Us

Langdon Ave Elementary School
8817 Langdon Avenue
North Hills, CA 91343
(818) 892-0778
(818) 830-7532 FAX

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Our school year has begun!

  A message from our new Principal, Mr. Montes:

 

Welcome parents, community and staff.
 

It is my sincere and humble greeting to a new school year at Langdon Elementary. I am looking forward with excitement at what our next school year will bring for us.
 

I am a firm believer in the idea that it takes a village to raise a child and in doing so, I will collaborate with all key members of this learning community to bring about desired academic goals that will will prepare our youth to deal with 21st Century Issues.
 

I bring over 27 years of public school educational experience in different capacities throughout our District and I am a proud product of this District as well. As the new Principal of Langdon Elementary, I will work earnestly to make this school the number one choice for families in our area.
 

It is my goal to continue making this school a safe environment that is conducive to learning for all.
 

Let the Langdon Lions ROAR to success!
 

- Alfredo Montes

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We are one LA Unified
 

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Title IX Complaint Managers

Alfredo Montes Monica Gomez
aam5154@lausd.net mgome18@lausd.net

     Call (818) 892-0778

 

Title IX Notices

 

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Common Core Parent Handbooks

The California State Standards are out and the Common Core Standards are in!  Check out the attached files to read more about what your child will be learning this school year in a parent friendly handbook! In addition, these handouts may help you better understand your child's report card which is based on these standards. If you have any questions, please talk with your child's teacher!

Kindergarten - English 2nd Grade - English 4th Grade - English
Kindergarten - Spanish 2nd Grade - Spanish 4th Grade - Spanish
1st Grade - English 3rd Grade - English 5th Grade - English
1st Grade - Spanish 3rd Grade - Spanish 5th Grade - Spanish

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Our School Calendar

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2017-18 Bell Schedule

School Day 8:00-2:23
Bank Day (Tuesdays) 8:00-1:23
Minimum Day  8:00-12:30
Shortened Day 8:00-1:54
PAL (Pre-School) 9:00-1:30

               

Recess

Grades 1-3, Lower SLD, Rooms 1-3 10:00-10:20
Grades 4-5, Upper SLD, Rooms 4, 9, 10 10:25-10:45


Lunch (Regular Schedule)

Rooms Eat Play
Kindergarten Rooms 1, 2, 3 11:30-11:50 11:50-12:10
Kindergarten Rooms 4, 9, 10 12:15-12:35 12:35-12:55
Grades 1-2 and Lower SLD 11:45-12:05 12:05-12:25
Grade 3 12:05-12:25 11:45-12:05
Grades 4 and Upper SLD 12:30-12:50 12:50-1:10
Grade 5 12:50-1:10 12:30-12:50

 

Inclement Lunch Schedule

Kindergarten 11:20 - 11:50
Grades 1-3 12:00 - 12:30
Grades 4-5 12:40 - 1:10

 

Download bell schedule here

Reading Every Day!

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Ever wonder why teachers (especially primary teachers) ask you to read to your child 15 minutes a day?  

Check out this website for some great information about the importance of reading to your child: 
http://www2.readaloud.org/importance

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