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2. Bands Jazz Band. Dr. Mark Monarch, Teacher . Open House Overview This presentation is accessible online on the LACES Website. WelcomeSchool MissionAcademic Program/ElectivesSupport Services and Other School ProgramsParent\'s RoleQ
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Welcome Thank you for going to LACES! Remember that the Choices Application is expected December 17

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LACES Jazz Band Dr. Check Monarch, Teacher

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Open House Overview This presentation is accessible online on the LACES Website Welcome School Mission Academic Program/Electives Support Services and Other School Programs Parent\'s Role Q & A Magnet Application Process Tour

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Welcome Dr. Margaret Kim, Principal L.A.C.E.S. National Blue Ribbon School California Distinguished School Newsweek Top Public School US News and World Report Top School

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LACES Mission-Dr. Margaret Kim, Principal One of the primary magnet schools (1977) Grades 6-12 LACES gives a testing situation where all understudies seek after scholastic greatness prompting to profitable lives in an evolving world. Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies mirrors the differing qualities of Los Angeles with our understudies originating from numerous financial, social and ethnic foundations.

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LACES Curricular Program-Dr. Margaret Kim, Principal College Preparatory from the 6 th – 12 th grade Core classes for ALL English, math, history science/wellbeing State norms ELECTIVE CLASSES (Art, Music, Dance, Language, Yearbook, Leadership, AP classes, Journalism MS/HS, Apprentice/Peer Tutoring, Mock Trial, Academic Pentathlon/Decathlon) ALSO … MESA, Academic Decathlon, Mock Trial, Science Bowl, MS Spelling Bee, Math Study Groups, Peer Helping)

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Unique Elements Dr. Margaret Kim, Principal Very Diverse understudy populace Economic, geographic, ability and intrigue (26 dialects) Family Atmosphere Each understudy takes seven classes Not six like at most state funded school Students may have 8 distinct instructors Each class meets three times each week Rotating plan seven days/"B" week Class Sessions typically keep going for 60 minutes

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Successful Students - Dr. Margaret Kim, Principal Consistently high Academic Performance Index (884 API) Our SAT mean for ALL understudies outperforms LAUSD, state, and national midpoints 100% Math & English pass rate on California High School Exit Exam on first endeavor 99% go ahead to their preferred school: UC\'s, Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Barnard, MIT, and so on

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Possible LAUSD Calendar Change LAUSD might embrace new logbook beginning 2011-2012 School year may begin in mid-August

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LACES Dance & Cheer Middle and High School Cheer Students Toni Harris, Teacher and LACES Alumna

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Counseling and Support Services Marion Wong, Asst. Essential Counseling Four review level instructors One College Counselor Full-incorporation asset program Homeroom Leaders Peer Helpers Part-time School Psychologist Nurse 5-days seven days Dean of Discipline

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Academic Support Services Marion Wong, Assistant Principal Study Groups Writing Assistance Parent Workshops Parent Center Counselors\' Watch-list

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Attendance-MaryJane London, Magnet Coordinator School Hours 7:56 a.m.– 3:00 p.m. One of the most elevated participation rates in the locale Professional Development Tuesdays (x14) rejection @ 1:30 p.m.

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Transportation-Carol Lockett, Assistant Principal 94% of our understudies are qualified for transport transportation. 3 mile span qualification (straight from one point to the other) Pick-up times might be as right on time as 6:25 AM and return as late as 4:30 PM. Late transports accessible to transport understudies after games and different exercises

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Clubs - Carol Lockett, Asst. Important Amnesty International Gay Straight Alliance Cartoon Club The Fashion Club Basketball Club S.U.R.F Class of 2011 NJHS/NHS Glee Club Sports Club LACES Poetry Club The Sweethearts Club BulletBall Club Cancer Awareness Black Student Union Go Green Club The Community Service Club Multicultural Sports Alliance Desi Club/South Asian Scholars Drug Awareness and Prevention Filipino Culture Club Japanese American Cultural Club ClubMath Contest Club Class of 2012 Athletic Geniuses Sneakerhead JSU Scholarly Students Association Debate Club M.E.C.H.A./YLS HUGS (Help Us Give Some) The Ricebreakers National Society of Black Engineers Body Building Club LACES Junior Statesmen of America Social Action Club Astronomy Physics Club Bemani Club Photography Club Gardening Club Cheese Club KIWINS LACES Christian Fellowship Club Young Democrats We <3 Seniors Class of 2013 LACES Cheer Peer Helping Film 101 Korean Club Diverse Scholars Bullies Beware Pop Japan Drama Club Broken Cogz Hip Hop Showdown LINK Chess Club Fair Trade Club Environmental Club Young Black Scholars Creative Writing Club Young Russian Scholars Chinese Cultural Club Los Angeles Appreciation Club PAVA LACES Fencing Club Magic:The Gathering Club Class of 2010 T.U.P.E Troopers Calculus Club Adopt a Solider (AAS)

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College Preparation Brandi Bakewell, College Counselor Many Colleges Visit LACES PSAT and EXPLORE Field Trips Advanced Placement Courses College Knowledge Night College Placement Concurrent Enrollment Classes

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Athletics Benjamin Chanaiwa, Athletic Director Gym with indoor pool Parks and Recreation Joint Project High School Competitive Sports: b-ball, baseball, softball, golf, tennis, cross province, swimming, jumping, soccer, water polo. NO FOOTBALL OR TRACK Lunch time intramural center school sports

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Athletics Benjamin Chanaiwa, Athletic Director City Championships Girls Soccer Girls Basketball Girls Softball Boys Basketball League Championships Girls Tennis Girls Basketball Girls Cross Country Boys Cross Country

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Parent Involvement Maggie Scott & Lauren Garza, FOL Co-Presidents Very dynamic parent amass Parent focus Quarterly pamphlet E-assemble School catalog Volunteer Opportunities: cafeteria, games, school beautification, parent focus, cordiality, College Center, SDM, SSC, graduation Fundraising to bolster the school I.e., advancement programs, proficient improvement,

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Parent Involvement Class Clubs (i.e. Club 2017) Monthly Parent Coffee Stop Friends, SDM, CEAC, SSC Meetings Weekly Bulletins WWW.LACESMAGNETSCHOOL.ORG Support and support uncommon projects in workmanship, differing qualities, and improvement.

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Application Process-MaryJane London LACES is a full magnet Admission depends on need focuses and irregular choice process through LAUSD Office Of Integration 240 spots in review 6 We supplant understudies who leave review seven through ten Admission is NOT in view of living close to the school, test scores, being skilled or proposals. Application is Choices Brochure Mail with endorsement of mailing by Dec. 17, 2010 Confirmation of use sent by LAUSD in March Acceptances/Wait List sent by LAUSD in May http://echoices.lausd.net

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L.A. voiC.E.S. Bands Choir Middle School and High School Scott Hitchings, Director

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Active Student Body Kim Yamasaki, Student Body President Student Activities Dances Charity Volunteering Fundraising Student Recognition

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Q & A with Student Panel Middle School and High School Leadership Students

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Parking Issues Today Be cautious of: 2 Hour stopping on specific roads

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Tour Reminders Each Leadership Student will take a gathering of 10-12 individuals Please make an effort to remain calm in classrooms & lobbies If despite everything you have questions, come back to theater for understudy board with Magnet Coordinator after visit More data is accessible on our site: LACESmagnetschool.org Spanish and Korean talking visits Reminder Choices Appl. due Dec. 17

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