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Welcome to Normont Elementary School Official Website

At Normont Elementary we believe that every student, parent, staff, teacher and administrator counts. We are not a school in the community, we are a school of the community and are honored to serve the Harbor City area. The 2016-2017 school year is one full of promise and opportunity and we look forward to new partnerships, community relationships and joint achievements that will make the Normont Lions soar.


 

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School Site Council Members

Our SSC Members for the 2017-2018 school year are:

  • Veronica McKenrick
  • Georgina Campos
  • Nohemi Heredia
  • Jennifer Wimberly
  • Gladys Lopez
  • Juan Aranda
  • Alicia Hernandez
  • Maria Estrada
  • Analiz Gutierrez
  • Esmeralda Zigounakis
  • Liliana Naranjo (alternate)

Smarter Balanced

New Smarter Balanced State Assessment Link

Click here to take the practice test and learn what you can do to help prepare your child for this assessment.

SARC

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.

Workshops for Parents

The Mental Health Promoters provide educational workshops to individuals and families seeking needed resources on prevention and early intervention on mental health.  The promoters will be holding workshops at Normont Elementary School on the following dates from 1:00pm to 2:30pm:

  • 9/28 Mental Health and Stigma
  • 10/5 Symptoms and Treatments of Depression
  • 10/12 Anxiety Disorders
  • 10/19 Familial Violence
  • 10/26 Drug & Alcohol Prevention
  • 11/2 Grief & Loss
  • 11/9 Child Abuse Prevention
  • 11/16 Suicide Prevention
  • 11/30 Autism/ADHD
  • 12/7 Separation Anxiety/PTSD
  • 12/14 Conduct Disorder/Oppositional Defiance Disorder

School Phone Number

Our school phone number is

310-326-5261

School Calendar

Today: 11/19/17

Gifted/Talented Programs Newsletter

Click here for the gifted and talented newsletter in English.

Click here for Spanish.

Volunteers Needed

If you are interested in volunteering, please see Pat Valera, our Community Representative,  in the main office.  

Volunteers are needed for: 

  • Drop and Go Valet Program
  • Breakfast in the Classroom

If you can give 30 minutes one or two days a week from 7:45-8:15 we could really use your help.

Remember you must complete an application in the main office and have a current TB test. All volunteers must have a current Volunteer Application on file in the office along with proof of a current TB test (within 6 months of volunteering).  The TB test is good for 4 years.   Any volunteer who works more than 16 hours a week must have a Live Scan completed through LAUSD.

English Language Advisory Committee

Our ELAC members for the 2017-2018 school year are:

  • Horalia Renteria
  • Alicia Hernandez
  • Maria Cortez
  • Maria Matias
  • Maria Estrada

Local School Leadership Council

Our LSLC members for the 2017-2018 school year are:

  • Veronica McKenrick
  • Sydney Baune
  • Georgina Campos
  • Daniel Lasdow
  • Jennifer Wimberly
  • Kristen Pannell
  • Tanisha Thomas
  • Liliana Naranjo
  • Esmeralda Zigounakis
  • Carmela Barrera

Title IX Complaint Managers

The Title IX Complaint managers at Normont Elementary are Mrs. Veronica McKenrick, Ms. Mira Hagood, and Mr. Daniel Lasdow.

You may click here for more information.

 

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Common Core State Standards Roadmap

The CCSS booklet called “Parent Roadmaps” are available for you to print. Each subject and grade specific guide provides ways parents can support student achievement. They also provide a three year overview of how standards progress. 

 

Click here to visit LAUSD’s Common Core State Standards Office to download the brochures of choice.