Sundown Elementary

School Plan for Safe Reopening


 

LOS ANGELES COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

UPDATES FOR PARENTS OF SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN

Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 in TK-12 Schools

This document reviews current policies and important action steps to keep children safe in Los Angeles County’s 3,040 TK-12 schools. At the end you will find resources you can turn to, including where to call, if you want further information or need assistance with COVID-19 prevention or care.

Parent Updates TK-12

First page of the PDF file: WestsideJobFlier

Kindergarten Round Up 2022 Presentation

Kindergarten Round Up!

First page of the PDF file: SundownElementaryKindergartenRoundUp

Ms. Brouwer's Announcements

Announcements

Updated

The Antelope Valley Special Education Local Plan Area (AVSELPA) hereby gives notice that a public hearing will be held as follows:

TOPIC OF HEARING:
The California Department of Education (CDE) requires that each SELPA annually obtain approval from its Governing Council for the annual budget and service plans following a public hearing. The annual budget/service plans must then be submitted to the CDE, prior to June 30, 2022, for final approval.

To view the plans, please click here:
Annual Budget and Service Plan

DATE:                                               May 26, 2022
TIME:                                                         9:30 am
LOCATION:                     Palmdale School District
                                                          Superintendent’s Conference Room
                               39139 10th St East
                                  Palmdale, CA 93550

Public Comment/Hearing:
Pursuant to Government Code Section 54954.3 and Education Code Section 35145.5, any person wishing to speak, will be heard at this time. Three (3) minutes is allocated to each speaker, no more than fifteen (15) minutes on the same subject.


If you are having trouble accessing the plans, please contact
Andrea Ortiz – aortiz@palmdalesd.org

Updated

Dear Westside Parents and Community Members,


As we approach the end of the third quarter and the beginning of spring break, we have some information to share with you about upcoming changes related to COVID-19 as well as some updates. Effective for our students and our staff, wearing masks in Los Angeles County remains strongly recommended in schools, however, this will no longer be a requirement. So, when students and staff return to school on Monday, March 14th, mask wearing will be optional

More topics in this letter include:

•  Job Fair

•  Kindergarten Round Up

•  Upcoming Middle School Events

•  Enrollment

•  Intra-district Transfers

•  Progress Reports

•  Spring Break

•  Upcoming Board Meetings

Updated

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has lifted the requirement that students wear masks outdoors at school.  Effective with the opening of school tomorrow morning, our students no longer need to wear their masks outdoors on the campus.  If you or your child continue to feel safer wearing a mask outdoors, please feel free to do that also. Indoor masking remains a requirement, but it appears that the Public Health Agencies are indicating that the data on COVD-19 continues to show marked improvement.  However, students still need to wear their masks while inside the classroom.

Just a reminder that the transfer process begins on March 1, 2022 and will close for the 1st round of transfers on April 15, 2022.  Applications can be completed online.

School and District News

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

February 11, 2022

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN in accordance with California Government Code Section 4217.10 et seq., Westside Union School District will conduct a public hearing to consider entering into an Energy Service Contract with PacificWest Energy Solutions to implement energy related improvements.

The time and place set for the public hearing is 6:00pm, which will take place at 40525 Peonza Ln, Palmdale, CA 93551 and/or teleconference (https://www.youtube.com/c/westsideunionschooldistrict/live) on March 1, 2022 or as soon thereafter as practical.

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A Little Bit About Sundown...

At Sundown Elementary School, our positive school environment fosters mutual respect for one another. This requires parent, school, and student responsibility to assure academic success, the development of appropriate social skills, the enhancement of student self- esteem, and knowledge of the Anti-Bullying Policies. We look forward to your continued involvement in your child’s education and your participation in school events throughout the coming year. Our goal is to strengthen the home-school relationship by building a strong partnership with parents. Parents have an open invitation to volunteer, to participate, and to share in the setting and achievement of our school’s goals for our children through School Site Council (SSC), the PTA, English Learner’s Advisory Committee (ELAC), and District level committees.

Sundown, located in the northwest portion of the Antelope Valley, near the intersection of Avenue J and 60th Street West houses approximately 1050 students. While the student ethnic profile at Sundown includes representation from a broad spectrum of races, the majority of students are Hispanic and Caucasian. Our school site is composed of a main building built in 1994 and 18 permanent portables. We also have after school child care programs facilitated by the YMCA and one through the City of Lancaster.