Mr. Rios & Landscaping Crew

Renaissance Faire: Flower Garland Booth

"We are here to Help"

May The Fourth Be With You

Star Wars Club

Renaissance Faire

Renaissance Faire: May 3, 2016

Women's History Month Assembly

March 31, 2016

Principal's Message

Principal's Message

Dear Parents/Guardians of Hale Charter Academy students:

Welcome to the 2016-2017 school year! I hope everyone had an enjoyable, re-energizing summer. We look forward to another year of learning, academic achievement and fun at Hale. Our goal at Hale continues to be the academic, social and emotional development of our students. Administrators, teachers, and staff will continue to focus on student achievement, providing our students with the 21st century skills necessary for them to succeed in High School and eventually, in their post-secondary endeavors. As always, we rely on parent and community support to achieve our goals. Your participation and cooperation contribute to the excellent reputation Hale has held in our community and throughout the District.

With your participation and support for Hale, the students will have a wonderful middle school experience.

Christopher Perdigao

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Latino Heritage Month (Sept. 15 - Oct. 15)

In honor of LAUSD’s rich cultural diversity, join us as we celebrate Latino Heritage Month Sept. 15 – Oct. 15.
LAUSD celebrates all cultures – our students, families and employees represent a diverse range of culture and heritage. In all, 92 languages other than English are spoken in LAUSD schools, representing the rich diversity of the greater Los Angeles area.

From Sept. 15 – Oct. 15 and throughout the year, join LAUSD in celebrating the vibrant and historical tributes of Latino heritage and culture during Latino Heritage Month. Some facts about Latino heritage at LAUSD:

74 percent of LAUSD students are Latino (as of 2013-14)
Of our students that are English learners, more than 93 percent speak Spanish as their primary language (as of 2013-14)
LAUSD’s first Superintendent, Antonio Francisco Martins Coronel, was Latino
Multiple LAUSD schools are named after influential Latino figures including Miguel Contreras, Cesar E. Chavez, astronaut Animó Ellen Ochoa, musician Carlos Santana, former Latino activist and LAUSD teacher Sal Castro, and more

Nationally known as “Hispanic Heritage Month,” the celebration started as “Hispanic Heritage Week” to celebrate Latinos, their culture, and history, in 1968 by President Lyndon Johnson. It was expanded to a month-long celebration by President Ronald Reagan and enacted into law in 1988.

HCC By Laws

Attached is the HCC BYLAWS we had originally included in our charter. If you find errors or want to suggest changes, please print the document and mark your suggestions or corrections on your hard copy and submit them into Dr. Jaber-Ansari's mailbox in the main office or via email. We will review all suggestions and vote on a final version at the next HCC meeting on October 20, 2016 @ 3:10pm in the library.

HCA STEAM Gifted/Highly Gifted/High Achieving Magnet Update!

Hale Charter Academy’s STEAM Gifted/Highly Gifted/High Achieving Magnet will open for the incoming 6th grade only in 2017-2018. Our STEAM Academy for our students currently enrolled in 6th and 7th grades will continue for next year and the following year as they advance to the 7th and 8th grades. Therefore, you do NOT need to complete a Magnet application for your child to participate in the STEAM Academy for next year’s 7th and 8th grade.

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Parent Workshop: Internet Never Forgets
Date: 9/29/2016, 6 PM 7:30 PM
Location: MPR
No School (Unassigned Day)
Date: 10/3/2016
Walk To School Day
Date: 10/5/2016
Club Rush
Date: 10/5/2016, 12:31 PM 1:01 PM
Location: MPR
Club Rush
Date: 10/6/2016, 12:31 PM 1:01 PM
Location: MPR

Jupiter Ed