Leona Valley Elementary
In order to have a successful school year, your child will need:
- Lunch box
- 1-inch binder (K-2 only)
3rd-6th Grade also need:
- A pencil pouch with holes
- Paper protectors
- 2 inch Binder (NOT the zipper kind)
- 5 Dividers without pockets
- 2 single-subject notebooks
- 2 highlighters
Want to get some new books? Your Scholastic Reading Club orders are shipped to your teacher and they help earn FREE books and resources for your classroom! Don't forget to use your teacher's code!
Mrs. Tucker: QBGRD
Mrs. Allington: HGM92
Ms. Tremba: THNTK
Mrs. Stecker: TBDN8
Leona Valley School is a small rural school that is more like an educational family. The staff consists of 4 highly qualified teachers, classified support staff, and 2 administrators working together with parents to provide a positive nurturing learning environment for students in grades kindergarten through sixth grade. Our greatest initiative is to provide the leadership that will facilitate a school environment to provide differentiated instruction to meet the needs of each student to the best of our ability. The educational program must be academically challenging, engage each student by linking the curriculum to previous knowledge and experience, and also be exciting to promote further exploration of new ideas. Parents, teachers, support staff, and administration all have an important role to encourage our students to become active learners. It is our sincere desire to provide expanded opportunities for our students to acquire the skills to become productive citizens in a vastly changing society. At Leona Valley School we pride ourselves in being able to maintain quality home-school communication. Working as a team we are able to deliver quality Common Core State standards based instruction to students according to their individual needs.
Westside Union School District families are invited to Joe Walker Middle School on Saturday, April 13, 2019 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm for the Third Annual Empowering Youth Family Festival. You will receive information about health and wellness, safety, and activities available in our community now and for the summer months. This will be a very fun and well attended event with activities for children to enjoy while touring the festival. This year we are proud to have the Los Angeles Public Library, Museum of Art and History, the YMCA, and the Fire Department at the festival. You will enjoy performances throughout the event by Quartz Hill Karate, Dancing Feet, the Hillview Cheerleaders, and Ballet Folklorico Dancers. Raffle Prizes will be given and Food vendors will have items for purchase.
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Parents/Guardians, Education Code (EC) 48980 et seq. requires school districts to notify parents and guardians of their rights and responsibilities at the beginning of the academic year. Your signature on the Student Information - Annual Updates form sent home with your student is your acknowledgement that you've been informed of your rights. Please return the Annual Updates form to your child's school promptly.