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Our Core Values:  

BE RESPECTFUL, BE RESPONSIBLE,

BE SAFE

Office Hours

Office Hours are from 

7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Registration hours for new students are from

8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Phone: (310) 898-6110

Fax: (310) 604-4314

 

Office Staff

Matthews, Cheryl
Sys Admin

Upcoming Events

NEWS 2017-2018

Please visit CUSD News Releases webpage and search for Anderson Elementary News.

Reminder

Dogs are not allowed on campus before, during, or after school.  Your cooperation is greatly appreciated!

Vincent van Gogh comes to Anderson

Important Announcement

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FOR PARENTS

 

Welcome Back Parents & Students to School Year 2018-19

Closed Campus Policy

It is our goal to provide the best possible safe environment for our students and staff. After consulting with agencies such as the Compton School Police, the Local Sheriff Department, the California Highway Patrol and the Red Cross, it has been recommended that in order to ensure the safety of our students and staff Anderson MUST become a closed campus.

What does that mean?  Per the agencies recommendation:

  1. One point of entry (one gate) only to the campus
  2. No parents or visitors on campus without office clearance
  3. No visitors to classrooms without office clearance

Therefore, as stated in the letter sent home to all parents in the summer, the letter and notice posted on our social media sites, and the notice sent home on August 14, 2018, beginning Monday, August 20, 2018, all students will be dropped off by parents to the main front gate/entrance on 130th Street, where they will be welcomed by an Anderson Staff member.

Students will proceed to the black top line assignments where they will be picked up by their respective teachers. There will also be staff members supervising the area until ALL students are picked up to go to classrooms. The TK/kinder, 1st & 2nd first grade students will practice the first week with their teachers how to walk from the gate to the lines

The first day of school Thursday, August 16, 2018 and the second day of school August 17, 2018, the parents will be allowed on campus in the morning and in the afternoon so that they can meet the teacher and walk the students to their line or show students which gate they will pick them up.

BEGINNING MONDAY, AUGUST 20, 2018, YOU WILL DROP OFF YOUR CHILD AT THE FRONT GATE AND NO PARENTS ARE VISITORS WILL BE ALLOWED ON CAMPUS. NO EXCEPTIONS. You will pick up your child/meet with your child at the pickup points.

Dismissal Procedures/Parent Responsibilities

There will be 3 dismissal points/gates DEPENDING ON THE GRADE LEVEL. Teachers will walk the students to those gates and dismiss them.

Parents will go to those gates and wait for the students. Most important!! Make arrangements with your child so that you and him/her know where you will meet them outside the gate.

These are the pickup/dismissal points for our students:

TK, Kinder , 1st Grade, SDC K-2     Side gate facing 130th Street (gate close to the big grass area facing 130th street)

2nd, 3rd, 4th Grade, SDC 3rd-5th          Main gate-entrance gate facing 130th St.

5th, 6th, 7th, 8th Grade                       Gate by the Parking lot facing 130th street

 

Important Notice:

  1. Students that attend the ASES Program will be dismissed from classrooms

to the cafeteria. They must meet their leaders in the cafeteria.

 

  1. Older siblings picking up little brothers/sisters will be dismissed to the pickup area where the little ones are being dismissed. Let your older child know that they must inform their teacher that they need to be dismissed first so that they can meet/ pick up their siblings.

 

  1. TK/Kinder and 1st Grade students not picked up by the gate from their teachers in a timely manner will be escorted to the benches outside the office. Parents will need to come in the main office to pick up the student

 

We appreciate the support of our Anderson extended partners, parents and community in making our school a safe place for kids.

If you need clarification on our Closed Campus family, please e-mail your child’s teacher or call our office (310) 898-6110.

 

Thank you for your support.

Anderson Staff

 

 

ANUNCIO IMPORTANTE PARA LOS PADRES

 

 

Bienvenidos padres y estudiantes año escolar 2018-19

Poliza de Plantel Cerrado y Seguro

Es nuestro objetivo proporcionar el mejor ambiente seguro  para nuestros estudiantes y personal. Después de consultar con agencias como la policía de la escuela de Compton, el Departamento de Sheriff Local, la patrulla de caminos de California (CHP) y la Cruz Roja, la recomendacion para  la seguridad de nuestros estudiantes y personal de Anderson es tener  un plantel escolar cerrado.

¿Qué significa eso? Por la recomendación de  las agencias:

1. Un punto de entrada (una puerta) sólo para el plantel

2. No hay padres o visitantes en el plantel  sin autorización de la oficina

3. No hay visitas a las aulas sin autorización de la oficina

Por lo tanto, como indicamos en la carta enviada a casa a todos los padres en el verano, la carta y nota publicada en nuestros sitios de redes sociales y el aviso mandado a casa el 14 de agosto de 2018, comenzando lunes, 20 de agosto de 2018, todos los estudiantes serán dejados por los padres en la  puerta de entrada principal en 130th Street, donde serán recibidos por un miembro del personal de Anderson.

Estudiantes  procederán a la asignación de línea donde serán recogidos por sus respectivos maestros. También habrá personal supervisando el área hasta que todos los estudiantes sean recogidos para ir a las aulas. TK/kinder, 1st y 2nd estudiantes de primer grado practicaran con sus maestros el proceso de formarse en la línea durante la primera semana. Practicaran cómo caminar desde la puerta hasta las líneas solos.

El primer día de escuela de jueves, 16 de agosto de 2018 y el segundo día de escuela 17 de agosto de 2018, los padres podrán al plantel  en la mañana y por la tarde para que conozcan al profesor/a  y ensenarla a sus hijos donde hacer la línea y reportarse.  

COMENZANDO EL LUNES, 20 DE AGOSTO DE 2018, SE DESPEDIRAN DE SU HIJO/A EN LA PUERTA DE ENTRADA  PRINCIPAL Y  LOS PADRES NO  PODRÁN ENTRAR AL PLANTEL  NO HAY EXCEPCIONES. Deberá recoger su hijo  en los puntos de recogida.

 

 

 

 

Responsabilidades de padres y procedimientos de Salida

Habrá 3 puntos y puertas de despedida según el nivel de grado. Los profesores llevaran a los estudiantes a las puertas y puntos de salida.

Los padres van a las puertas y esperar a que los estudiantes. ¡Más importante!!!! Haga arreglos con su hijo para que tú y él o ella saben donde se encontrará con la puerta.

Estos son los puntos de recogida/salida para nuestros estudiantes:

TK, Kinder, 1st Grade K -2 SDC

Puerta pequeña en la calle 130th al lado del área del pasto

 

2nd, 3rd, 4th , 5th   grado,

Principal puerta de entrada en la calle 130th St al lado de la foto del Aguila

 

6th, 7th, 8th grado puerta cerca del estacionamiento en la calle 130th St.

 

Aviso importante:

1. Los estudiantes que asisten al programa ASES saldrán de las aulas

        directo a la cafetería. Deben reportarse a sus maestros de ASES

 

2. Hermanos mayores que recogen a pequeños hermanos saldrán al punto de recogida  de recogida donde los más pequeños están siendo despedidos. Hermanos mayores deben informar a su profesor que tienen que ser despedidos primero para que puedan reunirse con sus hermanos pequenos.

 

3.  Estudiantes de TK/Kinder y 1st grado  no recogidos a tiempo en el punto de salida, serán llevados por sus maestros al banco azul afuera de la oficina.

 Padres tendrán que venir en la oficina principal para recoger el estudiante

Agradecemos el apoyo de nuestros padres y comunidad en los nuevos cambios para asegurarnos que tengamos  un lugar/escuela  seguro para los niños.

Si necesita aclaraciones sobre nuestro nuevo procedimiento, por favor de mandar un correo electrónico al maestro de su hijo o llame a nuestra oficina

(310) 898-6110.

Gracias por su apoyo. Personal de Anderson

 

Welcome Back 2018/2019 School Year

Parent Newsletter July 2018

Emergency Procedures

School Supply List

CAASPP Kickoff / Teacher Appreciation

Thank You For Helping Us Celebrate Literacy

Anderson's Future Engineers

Chess Championship


Chess teacher John celebrating with parents and students. 

Mad Science Day

Attendance Awards


On the 100th day of school these TK-K students received awards for their amazing attendance.

Creating Math Scholars in our Lunch Time Math Fact Lab

Food Drive

Anderson students are boxing food to deliver to a local shelter.

 


 

Happy New Year

Welcome 2018!

 


 

School Video

Chess Club and Technology Club meet after school on Tuesday's

Anderson Awards

Celebrating our teachers hard work and dedication!

Celebrating our teachers hard work and dedication!

Children's Homework Resources

Access a variety of resources that will help you with your homework for art, history, foreign languages, mathematics, mythology, science, states and countries, writing, and more!

 General Help

BJ Pinchbeck's Homework Helpers

More than 700 free, educational sites

Discovery Education Homework Help Home

Help for just about everything

Educating Jane

Study help on various topics

EduHound.com

A directory of subject-specific websites covering dozens of subjects for grades K-12

Internet Public Library Kids

Kid-specific search directory on many topics. Has "ask a librarian" feature

Kid Info

A homework resource organized according to the specific curriculum covered in schools

Kids' Edition

Elementary school students can find magazine, newspaper, and reference book article, requires library card

Kids' Infobits

Research magazine, newspaper, and encyclopedia articles geared toward kids grades K - 5, requires library card

LegalMatch.com

A collection of pages for kids on government websites

Quia - Shared Activities

Offers interactive educational games in subjects from math to Latin

RRPS Online Resource Catalog

Links to RRPS curriculum information and web sites on all content areas chosen by RRP, as well as safe searching sites

 

 Art

 Art History Resources on the Web

 Art through the ages and throughout the world

 Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

 Multiple museum holdings in an over 75,000-item database

 Great Buildings Collections

 Architecture around the world and across history

 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

 Over 30,000 of their works are available to view online

 The Renaissance Connection

 Learn about the Renaissance's artists and history

 

 Languages

 123 Teach Me.com

 Has a Spanish language dictionary as well as games and quizzes in Spanish

 20Q

 Play 20 questions in 19 languages

 Bob the Builder

 In English, French, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, or German

 

 History

 America's Story from America's Library

 American History provided by the Library of Congress

 Saints and Angels Online

 Historical information about thousands of saints and angels

 The Food Timeline

 The history of food and its role throughout time

 This Day in History

 Select a date in history and learn what happened in the day's headlines

 Timelines: Alterna Time

 A collection of timelines on the web

 

 Mathematics

 Algebrahelp.com

 An extensive list of algebraic topics that can help you complete your math homework

 Create a Graph

 Here's help in making an area graph, pie chart, bar graph, or line graph

 Johnnie's Math Page

 Games and help with math topics

 Mathematician Biographies

 An index of mathematicians organized by name or by the era in which they lived

 Math Forum Student Center

 Ask a question or use the math activities, examples, and explanations

 Math Playground

 Play with numbers and give your brain a workout

 XP Math

 Common core-related math games for grades 5 - 9.

 

 Mythology

 Encyclopedia Mythica

 Online encyclopedia on mythology, folklore, and legend

 Mythweb

 More information about Greek mythology

 

 Science

Encyclopedia of Life

Global access to knowledge about life on earth

Energy Quest

Science project ideas and instructions

Fish & Wildlife Service Species Page

Find fact sheets on wildlife, including information on endangered species

National Science Digital Library

The nation's online library for education and research in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics

PBS Dragonfly TV

Science fair ideas from other kids

Science News for Kids

Learn what is new in the world of science

Zoomsci

Science experiments to try from Zoom

 

 States & Countries

50states.com

State capitals, sports teams, trivia, maps, and more

American FactFinder

U.S. Census Bureau website with population, housing, economic, and geographic data

American Presidents: Life Portraits

Features biographical information on every US president

CIA - The World Factbook

The Central Intelligence Agency's comprehensive country guides includes maps, histories, economic, and demographic data.

Democracy Project

How does a democracy and voting work? What's it like to be President?

 

 Writing

Book Report Sandwich Station

Information on gathering the right ingredients for a tasty book report

Book Report Wizard

Hints and tips on creating a good book report

Children's Literature Web Guide - Authors and Illustrators

Links to author and illustrator websites

Merriam-Webster's Dictionary

The online version of Merriam-Webster's dictionary

OWL - Online Writing Lab

Grammar, spelling and punctuation rules and exercises

yourDictionary.com

Website featuring online dictionaries, translation programs, grammar, and more

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Principal's Welcome

Marian Anderson Elementary is making great strides in the Compton Unified School District. The priority of every teacher at the school is to create an effective learning environment. Our quest is to provide a safe, disciplined, caring, and stimulating learning environment where our students will develop a life-long, positive attitude toward learning. We are proud of our success in strengthening our teacher-parent-student partnerships. Studies show that parent involvement is essential to the academic and social achievement of all students. We continue to actively encourage increased parent participation for TEAM Anderson.

Martha Funes | E-mail
Principal