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Welcome to Escalona Elementary School, home of the Eagles!  The 2019-2020 school year will begin on Thursday, August 15 and is a minimum day with dismissal at 1:00 p.m. for students in grades 1-5.  Kindergarten students will be dismissed at 11:15 a.m. on the first day and every day through August 26.  Kindergarten students will begin the normal school day schedule on Tuesday, August 27.
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Jump Rope For Heart

College Week - "Dr. Seuss' Birthday"

Red Ribbon Week - Mrs. Lee's Class

Red Ribbon Week - Crazy Hair Day

Autism Awareness

Red Ribbon Week - Student donates hair to charity

Bubble Run Fundraiser 2018

Bubble Run Fundraiser 2018

Red Ribbon Week - Character Parade

Bubble Run Fundraiser 2018

Red Ribbon Week - Blood Drive

Escalona's Pumpkin Patch 2018

Red Ribbon Week - Character Parade

Red Ribbon Week - Character Parade

Autism Awareness - Change for a Cause Fundraiser

Hour of Code  Assembly - 2nd/3rd Grade Classes

College Week - "We're So COOL We Are Going to College"

Red Ribbon Week 2018

College Week - "Dr. Seuss' Birthday"

Red Ribbon Week

Autism Awareness 2018

Autism Awareness 2018

Red Ribbon Week - Character Parade

Red Ribbon Week - Crazy Hair Day

College Week - "Dr. Seuss' Birthday"

Red Ribbon Week - Say No To Drugs Assembly

Red Ribbon Week - Character Parade

Hour of Code Assembly - 2nd/3rd Grade Classes

Red Ribbon Week - Character Parade

Students get to silly string their teacher for having 100% PTA class participation

Bubble Run Fundraiser 2018

Red Ribbon Week - Character Parade

College Week - "Dr. Seuss' Birthday"

Bubble Run Fundraiser 2018

Red Ribbon Week  - Public Safety Officer and McGruff speak to students at "Say No to Drugs Assembly"

News & Announcements

July 2, 2020 COVID19 Update

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Dear Norwalk-La Mirada Families, I sincerely hope that you and your loved ones are doing well. As your new Superintendent, I am committed to communicating regularly about our return-to-school plans for the 2020-21 school year. As you know, the situation we face is ever-evolving as COVID-19 cases in the Los Angeles area have increased recently and the Governor has for the second time closed certain sectors of society. In addition, we are still awaiting the Los County Department of Public Health guidance/directives for reopening schools. Click the article to continue reading...

Superintendent Message to the Community

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Dear NLMUSD Community, The past few days have been very difficult for communities across the nation. The tragic death of George Floyd and the events that followed have caused us to reflect on our roles as educators for equity, tolerance, and belonging. At NLMUSD, our schools are places where we do more than educate students. Our schools foster a community of acceptance, empathy and kindness for others. We condemn acts of hate and violence and we stand in solidarity with NLMUSD African American students and staff. We will continue to work together and embrace our responsibility to create more inclusive and socially just environments for staff, students, and parents. Our students, more than ever, need to feel safe and be heard. Please continue to listen, reassure, and affirm them. They give us hope for a better future. We are the Norwalk La Mirada Unified School District Family, and we stand together. Let’s be mindful of the power of our actions to change the course of history for the betterment of all people. Sincerely, Hasmik Danielian, Ed.D. Superintendent

Communication on Grading - COVID19

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Dear NLMUSD Community, As a reminder, all our schools will remain closed through the end of the 2019-2020 school year. This decision is in alignment with all public school districts in Los Angeles County. Considering this pandemic and the limitations associated with distance learning, after consultation with our principals, teachers’ union, instructional leads, and district administration, we have decided to transition to a temporary grading policy for the second semester of 2019-2020. Please click on this article to read the full statement from Dr. Hasmik Danielian, Superintendent.

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