Estudiantes y familias

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Bienvenido a la sección de Recursos para alumnos y padres del sitio web. Aquí encontrarás acceso a todo, desde nuestros calendarios, el Manual de Padres y Alumnos, las comunicaciones del campus y mucho más.

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Atletismo y Apoyo

We have a number of sports for our students to become well rounded both inside and outside the classroom. Additionally, campus clubs are available to all students and are offered based on advisor schedules. All clubs are student led and supervised by a campus staff member. We provide multiple clubs through our exclusive Expanded Learning program-at no cost to our families. 

Sports offered include:

  • Volleyball
  • Cross Country
  • Football
  • Basketball
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Baseball
  • Track & Field
  • Cheer

Clubs available to students include:

  • Students Run LA
  • Weight training
  • Theater
  • Culinary Arts
  • Marketing
  • Boxing
  • Podcasting
  • Photography
  • Driver’s Education
  • Leaders Looking Out
  • Gender and Sexuality Alliance
  • Bilingual Forging Fellowship
  • Associated Student Body  (ASB)
  • Gamers (Gaming)
  • Random Acts of Kindness (RAK)

Our school welcomes all students, regardless of background, and encourages everyone to join our inclusive community. We enhance our instructional programs and professional development to ensure that English Learners (ELs) engage deeply in rigorous and challenging content. Valuing family and community partnerships, we leverage their diverse languages, skills, cultures, and experiences. We empower all stakeholders to prioritize the needs of ELs, integrating ELD principles across our curriculum, supporting their academic growth, and affirming their cultural and linguistic identities throughout their educational journey.

 

Learn more: [Link Green Dot EL Master Plan 22-23]

Special Education & Psychological Services Commitment

Animo Jackie Robinson’s special education and psychological services team is committed to addressing barriers to learning through an integrated academic, social-emotional and behavioral system that bridges services to students with disabilities in an inclusive environment.

Our approach

We provide high quality and accessible programming that embraces the strengths of our students. Our special education supports are created with high structure in order to foster a highly inclusive supported environment for all of our scholars and their families.

Department Contact Information

Dr. Susana Campo
Senior Director of Special Education & Psychological Services
[email protected]
(323) 565 – 1600

Special Education Program
Administrator
Didi Smith
[email protected]

School Psychologist
Liz Muniz
[email protected]

Frequently Asked Questions:

Can my child attend Ánimo Jackie Robinson if she/he has an IEP?
Yes, we are a public school and welcome all students.

I have questions about my child’s IEP. Who should I reach out to?
Please contact the school and ask to speak with your child’s special education teacher.

Who should I contact for a special education evaluation or support for my child?
Please contact our school psychologist to share your concerns.

Related Links:

A Parent’s Guide To Special Education (Rights & Safeguards) – English >>

Una Guia Para Padres de Educación Especial (Derechos y Garantías Procesales)-Espanol >>

The IEP And You/El IEP Y Usted (English/Español) >>

The ITP And You- English >>

El ITP Y Tu- Español >>

Least Restrictive Environment-English >>

Entorno Académico De Restricción Mínima (LRE) -Español >>

Are You Puzzled By Your Child’s Special Needs? – English >>

¿Está Desconcertado Con Las Necesidades Especiales De Su Hijo? -Español >>

School and Family Support Services (SFSS) – English

School and Family Support Services (SFSS) – Spanish

Extended School Year (ESY) Services For Students with Disabilities- English

Extended School Year (ESY) Services For Students with Disabilities- Spanish

All special education booklets and brochures are available for download in multiple languages, from LAUSD’s Division of Special Education website: https://achieve.lausd.net/sped

Our School Liaison is:

Melissa Peña
Community School Manager
1149 S. Hill St., Ste. 600
323-565-1600

The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act for Homeless Children and Youth entitles all homeless school-aged
children to the same free and appropriate public education that is provided to non-homeless students. To that
end, Green Dot has adopted the following policy regarding the enrollment and education of homeless students.

A homeless student is defined as a person between the ages of two and eighteen who lacks a fixed, regular, and
adequate nighttime residence. It includes children and youths who:

  • Live in an emergency or transitional shelter; abandoned building, parked car, or other facility not designed as a
    regular sleeping accommodation for human beings
  • Live “double-up” with another family/are sharing the housing of other persons, due to loss of housing,
    economic hardship, or a similar reason;
  • Live in a hotel or motel due to lack of alternate adequate accommodations;
  • Live in a trailer park or campsite due to lack of alternate adequate accommodations;
  • Have been abandoned at a hospital;
  • Reside in a home for school-aged, unwed mothers or mothers-to-be if there are no other available living
    accommodations;
  • Are living in cars, parks, public spaces, abandoned buildings, substandard housing, bus or train stations, or
    similar settings; and
  • Are a migratory or abandoned, runaway, or throwaway youth that qualifies as homeless because he/she is
    living in circumstances described above.

Homeless status is determined in cooperation with the parent or guardian. In the case of unaccompanied youth,
status is determined by the School Liaison.

School Liaison

The Principal designates the following staff person as the School Liaison for homeless students:

Melissa Peña
Community School Manager
1149 S. Hill St., Ste. 600
323-565-1600

The School Liaison shall ensure that:

  1. Homeless students are identified by school personnel and through coordination activities with other
    entities and agencies.
  2. Homeless students enroll in, and have a full and equal opportunity to succeed at Green Dot.
  3. Homeless students and families receive educational services for which they are eligible, including
  4. Head Start and Even Start programs, and referrals to health care services, dental services, mental
    health services, and other appropriate services.
  5. Parents/guardians are informed of the educational and related opportunities available to their
    children and are provided with meaningful opportunities to participate in the education of their
    children.
  6. Public notice of the educational rights of homeless children is disseminated at places where children
    receive services, such as schools, shelters, and soup kitchens.
  7. Enrollment/admissions disputes are mediated in accordance with law, the Green Dot charter(s), and
    Board policy.
  8. Parents/guardians and any unaccompanied youth are fully informed of all transportation services, as
    applicable.
  9. The School Liaison collaborates with State coordinators and community and school personnel
    responsible for the provision of education and related services to homeless children and youths.
    Enrollment

Green Dot shall immediately admit/enroll the student (subject to the school’s capacity and pursuant to any
procedures stated in the charter), even if the student lacks records normally required for enrollment. Records
will immediately be requested from the previous school.

If the student needs to obtain immunizations or does not possess immunization or other medical records, the
Principal or designee shall refer the parent/guardian to the School Liaison. The School Liaison shall assist the
parent/guardian in obtaining the necessary immunizations or records for the student

  • On-site school psychologists and college counselors
  • Student-tailored academic Advisory course
  • Restorative Justice Discipline Model
  • Community Building opportunities and grade-level events
  • Mental health and behavioral support for all students
  • Tutoring and office hours to support students\’ academic needs
  • Personalized learning for all students

Recursos para padres

Las familias de Monarch pueden encontrar aquí información importante, como enlaces para acceder al portal, políticas, calendario y oportunidades para colaborar en la educación de tu alumno.

Para conocer políticas más detalladas, visita nuestra página de política y cumplimiento.

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Noticias y anuncios

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