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Arlington Elementary School

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Arlington Elementary Events

OCT 24

1 hour Early Dismissal - Parent conferences (At Risk)

Start: Oct 24, 2019 End: Oct 25, 2019

Multi-Day Event

OCT 27

Skechers Walk

All Day Event

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Superstar Weekly News

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All students will receive an electronic Progress Report on Friday, October 17th. This progress report will be available for parents to view all year long through Power School.  How to Access Your Child’s Progress Report  Progress Reports will be available in the PowerSchool Parent Portal (  After logging in, click “Ecollect Forms” on the left side of the screen to get to the online progress report. The dates for Progress Reports will be available online according to the District school year calendar at www.tusd.orgUnderstanding Your Child’s Progress Report  If your child is having difficulty, the Progress Report serves as your notification that he/she may be at risk of not meeting grade level expectations by the end of the school year. This will give you sufficient time to support your child’s improvement with at risk skills before the end of the grading period. Based on evidence from work at school, if a particular skill is marked on the Progress Report, it is an area in which your child will benefit from extra support. We will, of course, be working with your child in these areas here at school, however, most students really benefit from supportive review and repetition in the home setting in order to become proficient at a skill. The Progress Report provides a current “snapshot” of progress to date. If a skill is not marked, this indicates that there is not a concern about this skill, at this time of the year. This can (and often does) change as expectations and assessments increase in difficulty over the course of the year. The Progress Report is one important tool in understanding and supporting your child’s progress. Please refer to the Progress Report Glossary to better understand your child’s Progress Report.

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Arlington PTA wishes to extend a HUGE thank you to our Arlington parents, families, friends, who have helped to support our biggest fundraiser of the year.  The proceeds from this event support the activities the PTA funds throughout the year; some of these events include: field trips, busses, assemblies, Adventures in Art supplies, Library supplies and materials, movie night, family nights, Holiday Marketplace, bookfairs, playground equipment, as well as funds for the teacher and the classroom for our Super Stars.  Thank you, again, everyone!

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Join us on our playground for one of the best family nights of the year – movie night! Friday,October 25th!  Dinner at 6 pm and the Movie at 7:00 pm!!  Watch for more information coming soon!

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Save the Date! Sunday, October 27th! Does walking by the sandy beaches, looking out at the ocean sound like an amazing way to start a Sunday?  Join our Student Council , teachers, parents, and staff as we walk together while raising funds for our Student Council and PTA.  Even if you can’t come on the 27th, you can sign up as a virtual walker.   How awesome to know - Your registration money comes right back to our school!!!

SKECHERS anticipates their biggest event to date with over 10,000 people expected to walk from the Manhattan Beach Pier to the Hermosa Pier and back. The opening ceremony begins at 9am at the Manhattan Beach Pier. Wear your Arlington Superstar shirts!  Look for our Arlington Elementary team at:

repirting absencesNEW Attendance Information 

Please be sure to clear your child(s) absence within 48 hours.  All unverified absences will be marked as unexcused. Please call (310) 533-4510.

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Arlington is in a neighborhood.  Arlington’s office has received multiple emails and calls about litter, illegal parking, and trash cans being moved. Please, please, we MUST do our best to be good neighbors.  Keep our neighborhood clean and demonstrate courtesy and respect for ALL. Thank you. 

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Important Dates 2019-20

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Arlington teachers have introduced our behavior expectations to our Super Stars over the last 6 days.  Behaviors were taught through explicit lessons and practice. If your child missed school anytime last week, you can visit our behavior expectations on our website under Programs tab, Positive Behavior.

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FREE / REDUCED Meals Lunch & breakfast

Free and Reduced Price Meals are available to families who believe they may qualify. Families must reapply every year.   If your family chooses to apply, please go to the Nutrition Services website at to complete your online application. Only complete one application per family. You can also go to the Nutrition Services office to complete your application. You will be notified by email or phone call of your child's status within 10 business days.  Until notification you must provide your child with a lunch or lunch money.

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Quick Links

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Raptor Visitor/Volunteer Management System

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In a continued effort to strengthen campus safety at all of our schools, Torrance Unified School District (TUSD) will begin implementing the Raptor Visitor/Volunteer Management System over the next few weeks at all of our school sites. 

Upon entering any TUSD school, visitors will be asked to present government-issued identification (ID) with a barcode, such as a driver’s license, which can either be scanned or manually entered into the system. If a parent/guardian, for any reason, does not have this type of ID, a school staff member can use alternate forms of ID and manually enter the visitor’s information into the Raptor system.

For improved safety, Raptor will allow us to better screen all of our visitors on campus. The system checks to ensure that registered sex offenders are not entering our school campuses without our knowledge. 

For those of you who generously volunteer your time on our campuses, TUSD will continue to adhere to its Volunteer Policy (to view, please visit our website at TUSD school volunteers will receive a Raptor badge each time they are on campus. 

Raptor will issue a badge that identifies the visitor, the date, and the purpose of his/her visit. A visitor’s badge is not necessary for those who visit our schools simply to drop off or pick up items in the front office.

We recognize that privacy and confidentiality are important to our visitors, which is why we want to emphasize that the Raptor system only checks the visitor’s name and date of birth for comparison with a national database of registered sex offenders. The registered sex offender database is the only official database checked by Raptor. No other data from the identification card is gathered and recorded. Information is not shared with any outside agency.

The safety of our students and staff is our highest priority, and the Raptor system allows us to quickly identify visitors that may present a danger to our students. 

Thank you in advance for your support in helping us enhance our school safety protocols in TUSD. Together we can ensure our students and staff are safe. Please contact your school principal if you have questions about our new safety system.