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Welcome to Stanley Mosk STEAM Academy! 

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Mosk ES building up ‘STEAM’ through innovative Lego robotics program

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Stanley Mosk staff recently attended 3 days of Professional Development at JPL

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JPL Professional Development

Teachers Dive into Aquarium of the Pacific’s

Boeing Teachers Institute

August 2016

          Stanley Mosk is proud to announce that Ms. Adriana Vento was one of 30 select educators who recently participated in the Aquarium of the Pacific’s Boeing Teachers Institute.  The institute gave Southern California hands-one experiences and marine science knowledge to share with their students.  Participants spent two days at the Aquarium and three days on Catalina Island at the University of Southern California’s Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies.

          The teachers met scientists, learned how to use data in the classroom, and were grant access to resources that will allow them to bring current marine science into their classrooms during the school year.  The participating teachers were granted special access to Aquarium of the Pacific facilities, snorkeling, kayaking, and hikes on Catalina.  Additionally, they explored mudflats, toured a hyperbaric chamber, and attended lectures on marine science topics.  Each teacher received an eight-gallon aquarium for the classroom and access to an online professional development community (PLC).  Finally, they built remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), learned about oyster aquaculture, and met scientists who shared their expertise in marine science.

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Open House- April 2016

"If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together..."

 

Our Mission:

“The Mission of Stanley Mosk Elementary School is to provide engaging, focused, coherent, and rigorous instruction in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics, and Language Arts and 21st Century Skills for all students to be college and career ready.”

 
 

Our Vision:

“Stanley Mosk Elementary School will be an inclusive learning community of school staff, parents, and community members, with all stakeholders dedicated to educating all students to reach their highest potential.  Stanley Mosk Elementary will implement lessons and curriculum that are engaging, rigorous, focused, and coherent through hands-on materials in Literacy and STEAM. We will provide 21st Century Skills for students to be college and career ready.”

Stanley Mosk LEGO Model School

Stanley Mosk Elementary School was celebrated as a Lego Education Model School, one of only two in the nation, during a ceremony at the Winnetka campus. Lego Education President Colin Gillespie announced that Mosk will be receiving a five-year, $100,000 grant that includes a full robotics curriculum to support the school’s Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math program. The grant will also fund teaching materials, professional development and staff attendance at national conferences. In addition, the school will receive a life-size model of its grizzly bear mascot, made by the company from its Lego bricks.

 

Mosk Elementary will be partnering with Lego Education in a program designed to demonstrate the effectiveness of a hands-on curriculum tied to the California State Standards and Next Generation Science Standards.

 

The following dignitaries spoke at the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony:

 

Colin Gillespie, Lego Education North America President
Steve Zimmer, Board of Education President
Scott Schmerelson, Board of Education member
Bob Blumenfield, Los Angeles City Council member
Ramon C. Cortines, L.A.U.S.D. Superintendent
Vivian Ekchian, Local District Northwest Superintendent

Barbara Friedrich, Principal Stanley Mosk Elementary School was the Master of Ceremonies

 

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The Rally in the Valley

Robotics Challenge and Expo was a huge success with 7 participating schools

and over 200 elementary students participating

There is such a thing as a free lunch – and breakfast, too – thanks to new federal program

 


 

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Mobile NHM

Natural History Mobile Museum Visits Stanley Mosk Elementary School

 

Stanley Mosk had the privilege of hosting the Natural History Mobile Museum the week of April 11, 2016.  The program objectives are:

  1. To capture and cultivate student interest in archaeology and science
  2. To immerse students in the work of a scientist and apply methods of scientific inquiry, including observation, data collection, and making hypothesis to understand how we know what we know about the people of the past
  3. To allow students understand the interrelationship between animals, plants, and humans in the local environment by exploring the natural resources of three regions: the coast, mountains and islands
  4. To deepen understanding of the complex history and culture of Native peoples in Southern California

Students in grades 3, 4, and 5 were given two hours to learn about the history and daily life of Chumash people of the past through the science and practice of archaeology.

Some teacher reflections on the Natural History Mobile Museum:

  • I felt both parts were fun and engaging, especially the hands-one portion
  • Both sections of the program allowed students to learn new things about the Chumash
  • I saw the students enjoying all the parts of the program
  • The students enjoyed digging and examining the artifacts in the lab
  • I saw students learning throughout the program.  They were fully engaged by the content and the total experience.

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No Kid Hungry

 

Stanley Mosk is visited by advocates for the No Child Hungry program

 

The Los Angeles Unified School District has made breakfast part of the school day district-wide and now tops the nation for breakfasts served to hungry kids.  No Kid Hungry spokesperson and long-time hunger advocate Jeff Bridges along with Jordona Brewster and Amandla Stenberg recently visited Stanley Mosk Elementary School along with CEO of the program, Billy Shore.

Stanley Mosk students not only were able to meet the actors, they participated in a variety of activities to promote good nutrition and healthy breakfasts.

For Additional Information: https://www.nokidhungry.org/

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Stanley Mosk Elementary School

School Site Council

2016 – 2017

Year-At-A-Glance (tentative)

 

September: Orientation, Elections, Delegate School Safety Plan

October: PIP & Parent Compact, Safety Plan Due, Budget Adjustments, SPSA

November: SPSA Evaluation, Budget Adjustments, Review ELAC Recommendations

December: No Regularly Scheduled Meeting

January: Monitor SPSA, Adjustments, Review ELAC Recommendations

February/March: SPSA, Budget Adjustments, SPSA Budget Development

April/May: Review Data, Finalize Budget Changes, Calendaring, Reflection, Recognition

 

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English Learner Advisory Committee

ELAC

 2016 - 2017

Year-At-A-Glance (tentative)

September: Orientation, Elections, Delegate

October: Mandated Topics (Importance of School Attendance), SSC Recommendations, Budget Adjustment Recommendations

November: SPSA Evaluation, Mandated Topics (Comprehensive Needs Assessment), SSC Recommendations, Budget Adjustment Recommendations

December: No Regularly Scheduled Meeting

January: Mandated Topics (Single Plan for Student Achievement), SSC Recommendations, Budget Adjustment Recommendations, SPSA

February/March: Mandated Topics (Language Census Report), SSC Recommendations, Budget Adjustments, SPSA Budget Development

April/May: Finalize Budget Changes, Reflection, Recognition