Star Wars Club

PTSA Reflections Winners

May The Fourth Be With You

May 4th, 2016

Mr. Rios & Landscaping Crew

Field Trip to California Science Center

Renaissance Faire

Renaissance Faire: Flower Garland Booth

Women's History Month Assembly

March 31, 2016

Renaissance Faire: May 3, 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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Updated Visitor Policy & Procedure

In an effort to ensure the safety and well-being of our students and our staff, we will be requiring all visitors to present a photo identification when signing in at the front desk in the main office. Sign-in & sign-out time is required at all times.
This is to verify that the name being written in the sign-in chart matches the name on the photo identification.
This also applies to those who are "stopping by" to drop-off or pick-up items in the attendance office.
This is to ensure accurate record keeping of all visitors/visitations to the the school.



Proceed to the Attendance Office to:
Request your student.
Student's will only be released to an adult named on the emergency card. Proof of identity will be required by providing a valid photo identification.
Visit the nurse's office
Drop off an item for your student
The office staff is not responsible for pick up or delivery of personal items left for students

Traffic Safety

Parents, please follow all traffic laws which include but not limited to: obeying parking signs, driving within the speed limit, dropping students off at the curb (NOT in the middle of the street), using the crosswalk (NO jaywalking), etc..

We've observed too many violations of common knowledge laws that apply to morning drop-offs and afternoon pick-ups. Our #1 priority is to keep our children safe! Let's work together in getting our children to school safely and going home in one piece. Thank you!

http://apps.saferoutesinfo.org/lawenforcement/resources/driving_tips.cfm
http://ladot.lacity.org/WhatWeDo/Parking/ParkingEnforcement/index.htm

Putting Money into the cafeteria account

Parents are encouraged to create a FREE account at: MyPaymentsPlus.com. This is a quick and easy way to deposit money into your students cafeteria account. See flyer for more information.

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