5th Grade Updates – May 2022

WEEKLY REMINDERS FROM THE TEACHERS:

  • We hope the 5th graders enjoyed their trip to the Museum of Tolerance! Take the time to ask them about how it went and what they learned!
  • Family Badges for pick-up and school campus visits have been sent home. The badging requirement will begin on Monday, May 2nd. If you submitted a badge request but didn’t receive your badges, contact helpdesk@sp-apostle.org. If you have questions about the badge use or about procedures, please contact Mayora Hiney at mhiney@sp-apostle.org.
  • Weekly on-site covid testing has ended as of last Thursday.
  • Please check Schoology regularly for updates regarding specific classes.

Thanks and have a great weekend!

Best,

Mr. Sánchez and Ms. Drake


5TH GRADE HOT LUNCH DUTY: MAY

5th grade is responsible for hot lunch duty for May. Thank you to everyone who has volunteered.  We still have some slots available.  Please sign up for your spot!

UPDATE ON HOT LUNCH VOLUNTEERING
Since both FreshLunches and Jersey Mike’s are serving pre-packaged lunches, the servers do not need as much assistance as they have in the past. However, we still need 1 parent volunteer for each lunch period to help resolve issues so that the servers are able to pass out lunches as quickly as possible. Please see below for some ideas on how you can help as a hot lunch volunteer:
  •  On pizza days, hot pizza is being boxed up for each student right before they arrive so a parent volunteer is absolutely necessary on these days. If you are signed up for a Tuesday time slot, please be ready to help serve the pizza.
  •  If there are any students who forgot to bring a lunch, please find out about the student’s allergies and help the student obtain one of the extra meals from the servers. Servers often bring extra meals (to be charged later) and many meals are left over from students who are absent. Meals of absent students are donated to the teachers and staff but they can also be given to students who don’t have lunch. For a younger student, please call his or her parent to find out about any allergies before giving a meal.
  • If the server does not need help passing out meals, please monitor the lunch lines and tables for any disruptive behavior and encourage students to clean up after themselves and dispose trash correctly.
  • If the lunch lines and tables seem well supervised, please help the playground volunteers monitor the playground. We can always use extra help on the playground!
  • A reminder, please check in at the front office and report to the lunch service tables next to the gym.
  • For 5th Grade – 8th Grade, arrive by 12:40 PM and stay until 1:30 PM.

MAY SIGNUPS


PICK UP PROCEDURE DURING SCHOOL HOURS

If you are picking up your student during the school day for appointments or other reasons, please follow this procedure.

  1. Email your homeroom teacher and Nurse A ahead of time. For upper grades, you may also email your teacher for the class(es) your student is missing if you know the schedule.
  2. Remind your student to go to Nurse A’s office before the time of pickup.
  3. About 10 minutes before arriving, call Mitchell at the front office so he can inform Nurse A.
  4. When you arrive at school, please drive up to the playground gate.
  5. Let the guard know you are picking up your student from Nurse A and give your student’s name.
  6. Wait for your student near the playground gate.

REMINDER: NEW POLICY FOR DROPPING OFF LUNCHES

If you forgot to pack a lunch and would like to drop one off for your child during the school day, please review and become familiar with our policy.

Please drop off your forgotten snacks and lunches at a table next to the school front office before 10:00am. Please clearly label all snacks and lunches with your child’s name and homeroom. For grades DK and K, staff will continue to deliver snacks and lunches to the students. For grades 1st through 8th, students will be given the opportunity to look for their missing food at the table. Please tell your child to go look for his or her lunch at the table if it was forgotten that day.


ORDER YOUR YEARBOOKS

It’s time to order your 2021-2022 St. Paul the Apostle School yearbook! Don’t miss out! It is a wonderful way to remember the school year! You can just click HERE to order.

  • $55- if paid for in June during yearbook distribution, but there is no guarantee there will be any yearbooks left.

U.C.L.A.S.A.F.E. COLLECTION CENTER

As we begin to rearrange closets, cabinets and desk space to make room for our new Christmas gifts, please know that UCLA could possibly accept some of the items you may be wanting to discard. Please note the lists and information below:

THEY ACCEPT: paint and solvents; used motor oil and filters, anti-freeze, and other automotive fluids; cleaning products; pool and garden chemicals; aerosol cans; all medicine; auto batteries; household (alkaline) batteries; fluorescent tubes and bulbs, thermostats, and other mercury-containing lamps.

THEY ALSO ACCEPT: computers, monitors, printers, network equipment, cables, telephones, televisions, microwaves, video games, cell phones, radios, stereos, VCRs, and electronic toys. *Residents are limited to a total of six pieces of electronic waste per visit to a SAFE Center and items will be accepted on Saturdays only.

THEY DO NOT ACCEPT: business waste, ammunition, explosives, radioactive material, biological waste or tires. Bulky Items: furniture, refrigerators, washing machines/dryers, conventional ovens, paper, or computer software

The Center is located at 550 Charles E. Young Dr. West, Los Angeles, 90095. Their hours of operation are Thursday, Friday, and Saturday* from 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Follow the drop-off signs. *** They will accept electronic waste on Saturdays only.

For more Information, please call 1-800-98-TOXIC (1-800-988-6942).


UPCOMING DATES:

  • Friday, May 20th-No School
  • Friday, May 20th- Sunday May 22nd– Beach Campout (not SPA sponsored)
  • Friday, June 10th- School Mass- Last Day of School

5th Grade Updates – April 2022

WEEKLY REMINDERS FROM THE TEACHERS:

  • 5th grade will be attending their field trip to the Museum of Tolerance this Friday, April 29th. Students should be in the correct SPA uniform (no festival gear, please) and arrive at school on time, so that we can depart for the Museum right at 8:30am. All items will be left in students’ cubbies while we are away, as the Museum does NOT allow any items to be brought in (including water bottles and snacks). If students would like to have a snack at school upon return at 12:00pm, they may leave that snack in their cubbies while we are at the museum. Otherwise, we will not be able to eat while we are on our field trip, so please make sure all students have had a full breakfast before arriving at school. Water fountains will be available at the museum for students’ usage instead of water bottles. Additionally, masks are recommended but not required at the Museum of Tolerance. Please keep in mind that Friday’s pick-up schedule is as usual. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Ms. Drake or Mr. Sánchez for more information.
  • As an extra precaution after Spring Break, SPA will be doing our school-wide Covid testing on Monday, rather than Wednesday this week. Please make sure your child has their Patient Consent Form for COVID testing on Monday morning, with a signature and legible email provided. If a student is absent the day of COVID testing, they will not be able to return to campus until they are tested outside of school AND receive a “NEGATIVE” PCR result.
  • Please check Schoology regularly for updates regarding specific classes.

Best,

Ms. Drake and Mr. Sánchez

5TH GRADE HOT LUNCH DUTY: APRIL & MAY

5th grade is responsible for hot lunch duty for both April and May. We still have some slots available.  Please sign up for your spot!

UPDATE ON HOT LUNCH VOLUNTEERING
Thank you to everyone for diligently filling up the hot lunch volunteer slots this school year. Please read below for a few updates.
HOT LUNCH
Since both FreshLunches and Jersey Mike’s are serving pre-packaged lunches, the servers do not need as much assistance as they have in the past. However, we still need 1 parent volunteer for each lunch period to help resolve issues so that the servers are able to pass out lunches as quickly as possible. Please see below for some ideas on how you can help as a hot lunch volunteer:
  •  On pizza days, hot pizza is being boxed up for each student right before they arrive so a parent volunteer is absolutely necessary on these days. If you are signed up for a Tuesday time slot, please be ready to help serve the pizza.
  •  If there are any students who forgot to bring a lunch, please find out about the student’s allergies and help the student obtain one of the extra meals from the servers. Servers often bring extra meals (to be charged later) and many meals are left over from students who are absent. Meals of absent students are donated to the teachers and staff but they can also be given to students who don’t have lunch. For a younger student, please call his or her parent to find out about any allergies before giving a meal.
  • If the server does not need help passing out meals, please monitor the lunch lines and tables for any disruptive behavior and encourage students to clean up after themselves and dispose trash correctly.
  • If the lunch lines and tables seem well supervised, please help the playground volunteers monitor the playground. We can always use extra help on the playground!
  • A reminder, please check in at the front office and report to the lunch service tables next to the gym.
  • For 5th Grade – 8th Grade, arrive by 12:40 PM and stay until 1:30 PM.

APRIL SIGNUPS

MAY SIGNUPS


 

PICK UP PROCEDURE DURING SCHOOL HOURS

If you are picking up your student during the school day for appointments or other reasons, please follow this procedure.

  1. Email your homeroom teacher and Nurse A ahead of time. For upper grades, you may also email your teacher for the class(es) your student is missing if you know the schedule.
  2. Remind your student to go to Nurse A’s office before the time of pickup.
  3. About 10 minutes before arriving, call Mitchell at the front office so he can inform Nurse A.
  4. When you arrive at school, please drive up to the playground gate.
  5. Let the guard know you are picking up your student from Nurse A and give your student’s name.
  6. Wait for your student near the playground gate.

REMINDER: NEW POLICY FOR DROPPING OFF LUNCHES

If you forgot to pack a lunch and would like to drop one off for your child during the school day, please review and become familiar with our policy.

Please drop off your forgotten snacks and lunches at a table next to the school front office before 10:00am. Please clearly label all snacks and lunches with your child’s name and homeroom. For grades DK and K, staff will continue to deliver snacks and lunches to the students. For grades 1st through 8th, students will be given the opportunity to look for their missing food at the table. Please tell your child to go look for his or her lunch at the table if it was forgotten that day.


ORDER YOUR YEARBOOKS

It’s time to order your 2021-2022 St. Paul the Apostle School yearbook! Don’t miss out! It is a wonderful way to remember the school year! You can just click HERE to order.

  • $55- if paid for in June during yearbook distribution, but there is no guarantee there will be any yearbooks left.

U.C.L.A.S.A.F.E. COLLECTION CENTER

As we begin to rearrange closets, cabinets and desk space to make room for our new Christmas gifts, please know that UCLA could possibly accept some of the items you may be wanting to discard. Please note the lists and information below:

THEY ACCEPT: paint and solvents; used motor oil and filters, anti-freeze, and other automotive fluids; cleaning products; pool and garden chemicals; aerosol cans; all medicine; auto batteries; household (alkaline) batteries; fluorescent tubes and bulbs, thermostats, and other mercury-containing lamps.

THEY ALSO ACCEPT: computers, monitors, printers, network equipment, cables, telephones, televisions, microwaves, video games, cell phones, radios, stereos, VCRs, and electronic toys. *Residents are limited to a total of six pieces of electronic waste per visit to a SAFE Center and items will be accepted on Saturdays only.

THEY DO NOT ACCEPT: business waste, ammunition, explosives, radioactive material, biological waste or tires. Bulky Items: furniture, refrigerators, washing machines/dryers, conventional ovens, paper, or computer software

The Center is located at 550 Charles E. Young Dr. West, Los Angeles, 90095. Their hours of operation are Thursday, Friday, and Saturday* from 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Follow the drop-off signs. *** They will accept electronic waste on Saturdays only.

For more Information, please call 1-800-98-TOXIC (1-800-988-6942).


UPCOMING DATES:

  • April 29 – Class Field Trip

Week of April 25: Lesson Plans

HIGHLIGHTS


HAPPY EASTER EVERYONE!  HOPE YOU HAD A WONDERFUL HOLY DAY AND HOLIDAY!

COVID TESTING ON MONDAY. DON’T FORGET YOUR AUTHORIZATION FORMS.

Our visit with Moose, the seeing eye dog, was wonderful. We thank Ms. Sheila for all her work with these fabulous dogs that help others.

TESTS

  • THURSDAY: Spelling

MONDAY 4/25/22

  • Covid Test Day
  • MATH
    • I can draw bar diagrams to solve multiplication problems.
  • SCIENCE
    • Students will get their topic for their next project that they are doing with a partner.  While they investigate together they will each do their own booklet.
  • RELIGION
    • I can understand the Leaders of the Church. p. 97-98
  • LANGUAGE ARTS 
    • Word of the Day: sympathize
    • Idiom of the Week: in the same boat
    • Comprehension paper for the week: The Early History of Flight
    • Spelling Words: 5x each
      1. preacher
      2. singer
      3. loudly
      4. joyful
      5. teacher
      6. fighter
      7. closely
      8. powerful
      9. farmer
      10. quickly
      11. careful
      12. friendly
      13. speaker
      14. wonderful
      15. truly
      16. watchful
      17. delightful
      18. steadily
      19. container
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Begin lesson on Government

TUESDAY 4/26/22

  • MATH
    • I can put fractions on a number line. p. 595-598. My HW p. 599-600
  • SCIENCE
    • I can research my topic with my partner and make a booklet that identifies the animal as a social animal.
  • RELIGION
    • I can understand the Marks or Signs of the Church.  p.99
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day: courageous
    • Day 2 of comprehension packet
    • Because of Winn Dixie
      • Students received a folder with the first packet and the book today. All work must be kept in the folder.
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Government
      •  The Mayor and the City Council

WEDNESDAY 4/27/22

  • MATH
    • I can investigate and explore what it means to be an equivalent fraction.  Teacher directed.  No textbook used.
  • SCIENCE
    • I can research my topic with my partner and make a booklet that identifies the animal as a social animal.
  • RELIGION
    • I can listen to the Gospel with Sr. Theresa and/or Mrs. Buchanan
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day: appreciate
    • Day 3 of Comprehension
    • Winn- Dixie
    • Review adverbs
    • Practice for Spelling Test
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Cursive

THURSDAY 4/28/22

  • MATH
    • I can understand fractions as one whole.  p. 607-610.  My HW p. 611-612
  • SCIENCE
    • I can research my topic with my partner and make a booklet that identifies the animal as a social animal.
  • RELIGION
    • I can understand Peter’s role in the Church. p. 100-101.
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day: bulky
    • Spelling test
    • Spelling homework due
    • Day 4 of comprehension
    • Winn- Dixie
    • Library for 3B
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Cursive

FRIDAY 4/29/22

  • MATH
    • I can compare fractions.  p. 613-616
  • RELIGION
    • I can understand my role in the Church and how I can live my faith.  Project Day
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day: absolutely
  • LIBRARY
  • SPANISH
  • P.E.
  • CATCH-UP DAY

FAMILY BADGES

Beginning Monday, May 2, all visitors will be required to wear a badge to enter the school campus. This will include morning drop-off, any time during the school day, afternoon pick-up, and after-school events, including sports. Each family can receive up to three badges to assign to the family members and caretakers who most frequently need to come on campus. Please complete the form in the link below to get started. In addition to providing some basic information, you will also need to upload a photo. When your badges have been printed, we will send them home with your oldest or only child.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Mayora Hiney at mhiney@sp-apostle.org. For any technical assistance with the Family Badge Request Form, contact the helpdesk at helpdesk@sp-apostle.org.

 

FESTIVAL WEAR IS HERE!

The new Festival Wear store is open. Place your orders by 4/22 to get it in time for the campout. Festival shirts and hoodies can be worn in place of a uniform shirt on Fridays (with the exception of the Metacamper shirts)! https://spaspiritshop.com
Also don’t forget to follow the festival on Instagram! Follow us on Instagram.

Week of April 4: Lesson Plans

HIGHLIGHTS


RECONCILIATION  

Third grade students will do reconciliation on Monday.  Please review with them the Prayer of Sorrow, which is said after the sacrament is given.  Thank you.

RELIGION TEST TUESDAY ON SESSION 11.

MATH TEXTBOOKS   

  • VOLUME 1 was sent home last week.  We are finished with it. 
  • VOLUME 2 was passed out last week.

MATH TIMINGS 

We are starting math timings on Mondays and Thursdays each week.  You student already has a copy of the first timing packet.  Students will start with the first timing and must stay on that timing until they complete it and get 100%.  That means that some students will stay on the first packet and other students will finish a packet and go on to the next packet of timings.  Students will not be graded for these timings.  Some will have a little anxiety over these, some will love them.  Students need to study the timings at home to be successful on them at school.  It is mostly about work and effort in doing these.

WET ERASE MARKERS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL TIMINGS.  THEY ARE SOLD IN A PACKET OF COLORS FOUND AT STAPLES OR OTHER STORES.  PLEASE HAVE THEM FOR CLASS ON MONDAY.  MAYBE STUDENTS CAN SHARE A PACK. THANK YOU.

PENCIL PACKS  

Please clean out pencil packs and refresh if needed. SHARP PENCIL, SHARP STUDENT!

UNOFFICIAL STAR TESTING FOR MATH WILL BE GIVEN THIS WEEK ON DIFFERENT DAYS FOR 3A AND 3B.

TESTS

  • TUESDAY: Religion (Session 11)
  • THURSDAY: Spelling

MONDAY 4/4/22

  • MATH
    • I can solve multiplication stories by using bar diagrams.  Handout given in class for this lesson.
  • SCIENCE
    • I can share my animal life cycle with another student in class.
  • RELIGION
    • I can review for the Session 11 religion test with St. Katharine Drexel.
  • LANGUAGE ARTS 
    • Word of the Day: dramatic
    • Idiom of the Week: out of the blue
    • Prefix: “ful” = full of
    • Spelling Words: 5x each plus a sentence
      1. Easter
      2. Resurrection
      3. prayers
      4. solemn
      5. Stations of the Cross
      6. Lent
      7. sorrow
      8. patience
      9. gentleness
      10. generosity
      11. modesty
      12. faithfulness
      13. charity
      14. fasting
      15. scripture
      16. church
      17. Lent
    • Comprehension paper  Yellowstone National Park
    • Review Adverbs
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    •  Work on the Penguin Project in class

TUESDAY 4/5/22

  • MATH
    • STAR TESTING FOR 3B  This lesson will be given on Tuesday.
    • I can draw, recognize, and name part of a fractional piece.  p. 569-571.  My HW p. 573-574
  • SCIENCE
    • I can put together our next project and listen to what we are to do for it.  Teacher directed.  Items given out in class.
  • RELIGION
    • Religion Test Session 11 p. 87-95
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day: risky
    • Day two of comprehension
    • Read: T.J. The Siberian Tiger Cub
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Penguin project

WEDNESDAY 4/6/22

  • Covid Test Day
  • MATH
    • STAR TESTING FOR 3A
    • I can draw, recognize, and name part of a fractional piece.  p. 569-571.  My HW p. 573-574
  • SCIENCE
    • I can work with a partner to compare life cycles of our animals.  Two day activity.
  • RELIGION
    • I can listen to the Gospel with Sr. Theresa or Mrs. Buchanan
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day: hopeless
    • Day 3 of comprehension
    • Finish T.J and the Tiger Cub
    • Begin writing an expository essay for ending activity for our unit on animals
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Cursive
    • Practice for spelling test

THURSDAY 4/7/22

  • MATH
    • I can draw, recognize, and name total parts of a whole.  p. 575-577.  My HW 579-580.
  • SCIENCE
    • I can work with a partner to compare life cycles of our animals.  Two day activity.
  • RELIGION
    • I can discuss what it means to proclaim the Kingdom of God. p. 66-68
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Spelling test
    • Spelling homework due
    • Complete essay (if ready)
  • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • Cursive

FRIDAY 4/8/22

  • MATH
    • I can play math games to help me understand and remember the times tables.
  • RELIGION
    • I can do the next building block of the Pyramid of Success:  ACTION
  • LANGUAGE ARTS
    • Word of the Day: tremble
  • LIBRARY
  • SPANISH
  • P.E.
  • CATCH-UP DAY

5th Grade Updates – April 2022

WEEKLY REMINDERS FROM THE TEACHERS:

  • As The class will be taking a filed trip to the Museum of Tolerance on April 29th. The progream they will be participating in is called “Steps to Tolerance” and is specifically designed for our grade’s age group (see attached flyer sent home last week). Please remember to sign and return the permission slip and medical release forms (if applicable) by April 14th, if your child will be attending.
  • As of Monday, March 14th wearing masks will be “strongly recommended”. A reminder that students should still follow social distancing protocols and respect each classmate’s decision about mask wearing.
  • Please submit a Patient Consent Form for COVID testing on Monday and Tuesday morning. Make sure they are turned in with a signature and that the email provided is legible. If a student is absent the day of COVID testing, they will not be able to return to campus until they are tested outside of school AND receive a “NEGATIVE” PCR result.
  • Please remember to check Schoology daily, especially the Homeroom pages.
Best,
Ms. Drake and Mr. Sánchez

5TH GRADE HOT LUNCH DUTY: APRIL & MAY

5th grade is responsible for hot lunch duty for both April and May. We still have some slots available.  Please sign up for your spot!

UPDATE ON HOT LUNCH VOLUNTEERING
Thank you to everyone for diligently filling up the hot lunch volunteer slots this school year. Please read below for a few updates.
HOT LUNCH
Since both FreshLunches and Jersey Mike’s are serving pre-packaged lunches, the servers do not need as much assistance as they have in the past. However, we still need 1 parent volunteer for each lunch period to help resolve issues so that the servers are able to pass out lunches as quickly as possible. Please see below for some ideas on how you can help as a hot lunch volunteer:
  •  On pizza days, hot pizza is being boxed up for each student right before they arrive so a parent volunteer is absolutely necessary on these days. If you are signed up for a Tuesday time slot, please be ready to help serve the pizza.
  •  If there are any students who forgot to bring a lunch, please find out about the student’s allergies and help the student obtain one of the extra meals from the servers. Servers often bring extra meals (to be charged later) and many meals are left over from students who are absent. Meals of absent students are donated to the teachers and staff but they can also be given to students who don’t have lunch. For a younger student, please call his or her parent to find out about any allergies before giving a meal.
  • If the server does not need help passing out meals, please monitor the lunch lines and tables for any disruptive behavior and encourage students to clean up after themselves and dispose trash correctly.
  • If the lunch lines and tables seem well supervised, please help the playground volunteers monitor the playground. We can always use extra help on the playground!
  • A reminder, please check in at the front office and report to the lunch service tables next to the gym.
  • For 5th Grade – 8th Grade, arrive by 12:40 PM and stay until 1:30 PM.

APRIL SIGNUPS

MAY SIGNUPS


 

PICK UP PROCEDURE DURING SCHOOL HOURS

If you are picking up your student during the school day for appointments or other reasons, please follow this procedure.

  1. Email your homeroom teacher and Nurse A ahead of time. For upper grades, you may also email your teacher for the class(es) your student is missing if you know the schedule.
  2. Remind your student to go to Nurse A’s office before the time of pickup.
  3. About 10 minutes before arriving, call Mitchell at the front office so he can inform Nurse A.
  4. When you arrive at school, please drive up to the playground gate.
  5. Let the guard know you are picking up your student from Nurse A and give your student’s name.
  6. Wait for your student near the playground gate.

REMINDER: NEW POLICY FOR DROPPING OFF LUNCHES

If you forgot to pack a lunch and would like to drop one off for your child during the school day, please review and become familiar with our policy.

Please drop off your forgotten snacks and lunches at a table next to the school front office before 10:00am. Please clearly label all snacks and lunches with your child’s name and homeroom. For grades DK and K, staff will continue to deliver snacks and lunches to the students. For grades 1st through 8th, students will be given the opportunity to look for their missing food at the table. Please tell your child to go look for his or her lunch at the table if it was forgotten that day.


ORDER YOUR YEARBOOKS

It’s time to order your 2021-2022 St. Paul the Apostle School yearbook! Don’t miss out! It is a wonderful way to remember the school year! You can just click HERE to order.

  • $55- if paid for in June during yearbook distribution, but there is no guarantee there will be any yearbooks left.

U.C.L.A.S.A.F.E. COLLECTION CENTER

As we begin to rearrange closets, cabinets and desk space to make room for our new Christmas gifts, please know that UCLA could possibly accept some of the items you may be wanting to discard. Please note the lists and information below:

THEY ACCEPT: paint and solvents; used motor oil and filters, anti-freeze, and other automotive fluids; cleaning products; pool and garden chemicals; aerosol cans; all medicine; auto batteries; household (alkaline) batteries; fluorescent tubes and bulbs, thermostats, and other mercury-containing lamps.

THEY ALSO ACCEPT: computers, monitors, printers, network equipment, cables, telephones, televisions, microwaves, video games, cell phones, radios, stereos, VCRs, and electronic toys. *Residents are limited to a total of six pieces of electronic waste per visit to a SAFE Center and items will be accepted on Saturdays only.

THEY DO NOT ACCEPT: business waste, ammunition, explosives, radioactive material, biological waste or tires. Bulky Items: furniture, refrigerators, washing machines/dryers, conventional ovens, paper, or computer software

The Center is located at 550 Charles E. Young Dr. West, Los Angeles, 90095. Their hours of operation are Thursday, Friday, and Saturday* from 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Follow the drop-off signs. *** They will accept electronic waste on Saturdays only.

For more Information, please call 1-800-98-TOXIC (1-800-988-6942).


UPCOMING DATES:

  • April 14th @ 8:30am –  Holy Thursday Prayer Service &12:30p Early Dismissal
  • April 15-22 – Spring Break
  • April 29 – Class Field Trip