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Attendance

Regular attendance by students is vital to learning, and it impacts the amount of funding that local schools receive.  Schools statewide lose millions of dollars each year due to student absenteeism.  Parents whose children are absent or tardy should be sure to send a note to school including the reason for the absence.  Schools are required by the state to track this information.

State education code says that a student absent from school without a valid excuse on three occasions or tardy or absent for more than any 30-minute period in a school day on three occasions in one school year is considered to be truant.  At that point, parents receive letters from the school district notifying them of their obligation to make certain their children attend school.  These letters state that parents who fail to meet this obligation may be subject to prosecution.  Proper tracking of absences is dependent upon parental cooperation and can help parents to avoid receiving such notices.

One of the best ways to ensure student success is to encourage and support good attendance, but when tardiness or an absence is unavoidable, parents should remember to keep in close touch with their children’s school.

Dominguez Elementary

MS. HERON-ARCHIE - Principal's Message

We have already completed the first half of the 2014 - 2015 school year.  The 90 days were filled with learning - for the students, parents, and staff.  This year we are implementing instruction that aligns to the Common Core State Standards and reporting to parents in new ways.  In December, new Achievement Reports were sent home with the levels indicating the students' current levels as they progress to the end of year standards. 

I look forward to the second semester at Dominguez.  I know that we will continue to provide all of our students with the high quality education they deserve.  They will be challenged in new ways but will be supported by the amazing staff at Dominguez Elementary.  I continue to be impressed by the dedication of the staff and parents.  Together, we are making this the best elementary school in Carson!

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UNDER CONSTRUCTION: COMMON CORE, WRITE NOW!!

We are committed to creating a school that knows no limits to the academic success of each student.

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Looking Ahead to March 2015:

March 5 Growing Educators (3-5)

March 5 LAUSD Administrator Cohort – Growing Educators

March 6 ELAC Meeting – Budget Development

March 8 Daylight Saving Time

March 11-12, 2nd Grade OLSAT Assessment

March 11 Spring Pictures

March 11 School Site Council – Budget Development

March 12 Growing Educators (3-5)

March 12 Principal and Perfect Attendance (K-2)

March 12 CCSS Parent Workshop (5th Grade)

March 13 Principal and Perfect Attendance (3-5)

March 16 Spring Emergency Drill/Radio Test

March 16 ELA Words Their Way PD (K-3), Network 412 Facilitator

March 17 Spring Child Abuse Training – Certification Forms Due

March 19 2015 Spring Alternate Emergency Drill (Lockdown)

March 20 4th Grade Trip to the Autry Museum

March 20 5th Grade Trip to Knott’s Berry Farm

March 23 SRLDP Enrollment Packets Available in the office

March 24 OLSAT Make-Up (2nd Grade)

March 24 Open House

March 26 Growing Educators (3-5)

March 27 Charitable Campaign Ends

March 27 Fun Run

March 30- Apr 3 Spring Break – No School

April 6 Cesar Chavez Day – No School