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Donations Needed for Online Auction (Article)

Submitted by Peggy Lew on Feb 12 (last updated Feb 13)

Time to tap those connections! The Online Auction Committee needs your help with getting

2020 Friends of Open School Alumni College Scholarship (Article)

Submitted by Antoinette Cass on Feb 12 (last updated Feb 12)

Are you a current high school senior who culminated from Open Magnet Charter School? If so, Friends of Open School invites you to apply for a $500 scholarship celebrating your achievements that align with Open School's Mission and our Community of Respect. Please use BOTH links below to get more information and to access the application and recommendation form.

Read-a-thon Reminder: Turn in Logs Tomorrow (Article)

Submitted by Peggy Lew on Feb 25 (last updated Feb 25)

Please remind your children to bring their Read-A-Thon logs into school the morning of Wednesday, February 26th. This is the last week of Read-A-Thon and we would love to get 100% participation!

Also, please make sure to initial your children's logs. This will help ensure that everyone is participating and that they're writing down the correct number of minutes.

Thanks for all of your support!

The Read-A-Thon Committee 

Weekly News - February 21, 2020 (Article)

Submitted by Yellow Teacher on Feb 21 (last updated Feb 21)

February 21, 2020

Open School Day is Tuesday and we are so excited!  Thank you to everyone who is leading a rotation and / or sending food / helping with the feast!  We are super excited.  Your child won’t need a lunch on Tuesday unless you have a super picky eater and are worried about him/her having enough to eat.  

Open School Day HELP! (Article)

Submitted by Indigo Teacher on Feb 21 (last updated Feb 21)

Each year we dedicate a day to sharing and celebrating the many cultures and families represented in our school.  We are striving to create a deeper sense of community amongst the students, parents and staff. We know we've been asking a lot and keeping you busy. That said, there is NO OPEN SCHOOL DAY WITHOUT YOU!  

LAUSD GATE/SAS Parent Conference (Article)

Submitted by Peggy Lew on Feb 20 (last updated Feb 20)

Gifted/Talented Programs, Advanced Learning Options, is proud to announce that the 11th Annual GATE/SAS Parent Conference is scheduled for Saturday, March 14, 2020, at Roybal Learning Center. The conference is from 8:15 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. with on-site registration starting at 7:30 a.m. There is no pre-registration required. Free childcare is provided.

Reminders / Updates (Article)

Submitted by Peggy Lew on Feb 20 (last updated Feb 20)
  • 2/21 - OLSAT/GATE Catergories Mtg @ 2:45 pm in Silver Cluster
  • 2/22 - Campus Beautification Day from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • 2/25 - Open's Culture Day
  • 2/27 - Readathon Wrap Up
  • 2/28 - Budget Committee Meeting @ 3 p.m. in Yellow Cluster
  • 3/2 - Online Auction Begins
  • 3/6 - Governing Council Executive Board Meeting @ 7:30 a.m.

Rock Roll & Run - March 14th: Sign Up Today (Article)

Submitted by Friends on Feb 20 (last updated Feb 20)

It's that time of year! Join us for an amazing community event and a fun run at the annual ROCK ROLL & RUN, Saturday, March 14th, 7 a.m. - 1 p.m., on the LMU campus - rain or shine!

Help support Open School and register here today. 

Field Trip Chaperones Needed for Next Week-Respond ASAP (Article)

Submitted by Indigo Teacher on Feb 20 (last updated Feb 20)

Hi Wonderful Families,

     First off, thanks sooooooo very much for all the families that have helped to support our Field trip program this year!  We are excited about all the learning that will be taking place as we journey around the city to learn all we can possibly learn about space.  We had a fantastic time at the Griffith Park Observatory yesterday and really appreciate the chaperones that helped to make everything run smoothly.

S-U-P-E-R Open School Spellers (Article)

Submitted by Peggy Lew on Feb 20 (last updated Feb 21)

The Second Annual LAX Coastal Education Foundation Spelling Bee held on January 25th at Paseo del Rey Elementary School brought out more than 40 second and fifth graders to compete for the title of Top Speller.