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Arlington Elementary School

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Superstar Weekly News 

Need to contact us?

There are a few ways to contact us:

Email:  hath.vicki@tusd.org

Phone:  310-533-4510  Enter the extension 2380   You will need to leave a voice mail.  I will be able to access voicemails remotely. 

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IMPORTANT TIMELINE INFORMATION

JULY 20 Deadline to decide on the 2020-2021 Learning Option. ALL students will AUTOMATICALLY be placed in the Blended Learning Option for the 2020-2021 unless parents OPT-IN to Distance Learning (See page 11 for instructions on how to opt-in).

JULY 21-AUGUST 7 School sites design class lists and master schedules to determine student's cohort.

AUGUST 10 Parents notified about which cohort their child will be in for the 2020-2021 school year.

AUGUST 26 First day of school.

FLEXIBILITY As we prepare to launch into the 2020-21 school year, we have prepared a plan for our students should we need to pivot away from the Blended Learning (physical classes) due to COVID-19 conditions. We are working with teachers and staff to prepare for adjustments as necessary without causing a disruption to student learning. 

 

BLENDED LEARNING:

Students will spend time learning both at school and at home and will be assigned to a group (cohort). When at school, students will receive face to face instruction with their teacher(s). When at home, students engage in asynchronous learning which may include pre-recorded lessons, online learning programs, literature books, virtual field trips, and writing assignments. Students will attend school in the AM/PM (TK-5) or on alternate days (M/TH, T/F). On Wednesdays, students engage in asynchronous learning. Blended Learning: The model was designed so if at any point in the school year Public Health Orders force us to close schools due to COVID-19, we will pivot the blended learning model to virtual (from home) instruction.

DISTANCE LEARNING:

Students will learn from home full-time and will not attend school on campus. Similar to a regular school day, students will be on a schedule, have specific class times (or class periods), and be required to attend live instruction by the teacher(s) Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. On Wednesdays, students engage in asynchronous learning. Distance Learning: The model was designed so if Public Health Orders permit us to open schools 100% of the time without restrictions, we can pivot the distance learning model and all students who wish to may return to campus (at the quarter or semester). However, regardless of the situation, families will have the choice to continue Distance Learning for the entire 2020-2021 school year.

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Summer Reading List

TK-2nd Grade Summer Reading List  CLICK HERE  

3rd - 5th Grade Summer Reading List  CLICK HERE

Library  Summer Reading Program

Summer Break is the longest time children have away from school; continue reading together as a family and be sure to access the reading resources I’ve shared with you in previous letters.  Speaking of which, The Torrance Public Library began its 2020 Summer Reading Program this past Monday, June 8th and it will run until Saturday, August 15th. Any California resident can register for the program online at http://tpl.readsquared.com/. Also, all of the Torrance library locations will be distributing free kid craft activity bags during their Summer Reading Program.  Click here to access the flyer with all of the details.

Torrance Unified School District Enrollment information

REGISTRATION AND ENROLLMENT

Registration and Enrollment has been moved to online.  Please call the Family Welcome & Enrollment Center at 310-972-6280 for more information.

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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.  https://www.tusd.org/schools/arlington/programs/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 https://family.titank12.com/ 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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Students will be receiving lessons from their teachers that will require the use of Clever. Directions to a video in case you need additional assistance click HERE .     Go to the district portal for Clever.    http://clever.com/in/torrance     Click on "Login with Google."     Enter students email which is id#@etusd.org (example: 123456@etusd.org)      Enter students password 

Click on the link to watch a video on how to log in to Clever at home.

 

 

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Raptor Visitor/Volunteer Management System

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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 www.tusd.org). TUSD school volunteers will receive a Raptor badge each time they are on campus. https://www.tusd.org/district/news/1664247/raptor-visitor-volunteer-management-system