ALL parents MUST submit a household income form. The form is PINK this year. The More than a Meal (MTAM) Campaign is LAUSD’s annual campaign to collect meal applications and household income forms for students. MTAM helps secure valuable funding for our District, our schools and our students.
The 2019-2020 Parent Student Handbook provides important information concerning concerning specific rules, policies, and procedures related to the safety and operation of our schools. In order for schools to operate safely and efficiently, you and your student(s) must be familiar with and abide by the expectations, procedures and rules outlined in this handbook.
The handbook summarizes district policy and contains general guidelines and information.
Here is the list of supplies that will be help to get our school year started off right!
Teachers may have an individual list also.
We are currently enrolling students TK-5th for the 2019-20 school year. Please stop by the office and pick up an enrollment packet.
I Rise. I Attend. I Matter.
Please join us in reaching our goal of 96% attendance!
No more than SEVEN total absences in a school year.
Marvin Avenue Elementary students will begin California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) on April 2, 2019 through end of May. Third through fifth grade students will be assessed in ELA, Math and 5th grade Science. For more information, please contact the main office or Ms. Chau.(Testing Coordinator)
Marvin Avenue is excited to be an IDEC school site. Students who struggle with basic literacy skills face lifelong challenges. IDEC classes were established throughout the District by the Division of Special Education to implement innovative evidence-based approaches to reading, writing, and mathematics for students with disabilities.
Are you interested in learning more about building robots?
The world needs more innovators, creators and thinkers.
Building your first robot is a snap!
Robotics Club meets after school every Thursday in Room 9.
Are you ready for the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC)?
Students have worked hard all year long. Now students have a chance to show how smart and amazing they are by ROCKING THE SBAC! Here are some tips to help your child prepare for the SBAC?