1321 Cortez Street
Los Angeles, Ca 90026
Phone: (213) 250-7450
Fax: (213) 482-1815
Mon., Wed., Thurs., and Fri.
8:11 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
8:11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
CST Tests are Here!!
California Standards Test (CST) will begin on the week of April 22-April 29 2013 for all 2nd through 5th grade students. Our teachers and students have worked hard all year to prepare for the CST Test. In order for the childre to have a successful test taking experience make sure that they:
Come to school everyday on time
Eat a healthy breakfast
Get rest at night
Encourage them to try their best
Read all the questions carefully
Answer ALL the questions
Check their answers
Good luck students and do your best on the test!!
Home of the Tigers
Where Achievement is a Reality!
Congratulations students parents and staff! Our school's 2012-13 API is 787!
That is an increase of 30 points!
EARTH Day at Plasencia
Attendance- Everyday On Time
Breakfast is served from 7:30 am. - 8:00 am. with school starting at 8:11 am. and dismissal 2:30 pm.
Attendance = Achievement - Please be sure to send your child to school everyday on time. Make sure we have a working telephone number cell/ home in our office so you receive important communications from school and the district.
“Standing Up To Bullying”
We will be focusing on “Standing Up To Bullying." Join us in preventing bullying in our school and our communtiy.
We are getting ready to practice our Emergency Drill in April. Please make sure that your child's Emergency Card is current and up to date. If you have changed any contact number, please come into the office and update your records. Visit the Department of Health website at: http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/eprp/index.htm to get ideas on how you and your family can be safe before, during and after a disaster.
Plasencia School Spirit Day!
Every Friday is School spirit Day.
Wear your Plasencia T-shirt every Friday.
March 2013 Lunch-Elementary
For more info on the lunch menu please visit:
Parent involvement is the key to our succes! We have many opportunities for you to be involved in our school. We need volunteers to help with our Safety Valet Program in the mornings- See Ms. Garcia in the Coordinator's office.
Anger Management Assembly
The Los Angeles Unified School Police Department came to our school to teach our students about coping with anger. The students enjoyed the interactive presentation by School Police Officers. They learned how to recognize anger triggers and how to avoid conflicts.