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Title: District ONE Schools


1
District ONE Schools
  • A Year of
  • Accomplishments

2
Academics
3
2004 2005National Academic Decathlon Champions
  • El Camino High School

4
California Distinguished Schools
  • Grover Cleveland High School
  • Sherman Oaks Center for Enriched Studies
  • Oliver Wendell Holmes Middle School

5
The API 700 ClubElementary Schools
  • Bertrand 709
  • Calvert 756
  • Cantara 750
  • Capistrano 753
  • Chatsworth Park 748
  • CHIME 715
  • Cohasset 718

6
The API 700 ClubElementary Schools
  • Danube 792
  • Darby 771
  • Dearborn 718
  • Encino 793
  • Fullbright 729
  • Garden Grove 736

7
The API 700 ClubElementary Schools
  • Gledhill 744
  • Granada 741
  • Hart 706
  • Haskell 779
  • Knollwood 794
  • Lassen 717

8
The API 700 ClubElementary Schools
  • Lemay 791
  • Mayall 755
  • Melvin 757
  • Nevada 710
  • Newcastle 729
  • Parthenia 702
  • Reseda 757

9
The API 700 ClubElementary Schools
  • San Jose 758
  • Shirley 782
  • Stagg 793
  • Tarzana 753
  • Vanalden 785
  • Winnetka 730
  • CHIME 706

10
The API 700 ClubMiddle Schools
  • Frost MS 723
  • Hale MS 754
  • Henry MS 711
  • Holmes MS 742
  • Lawrence MS 706
  • Parkman MS 707
  • Portola MS 749
  • Porter MS 734

11
The API 700 ClubHigh Schools
  • El Camino HS 726
  • Valley Alt. 733
  • Granada Hills HS 754

12
Elite Eight Hundred Club
  • Andasol 827
  • Beckford 846
  • Calabash 806
  • Calahan 809
  • Castlebay 888
  • El Oro Way 818

13
Elite Eight Hundred Club
  • Emelita 823
  • Germain 811
  • Hamlin 802
  • Haynes 829
  • Justice 855
  • Lanai 849
  • Lockhurst 818

14
Elite Eight Hundred Club
  • Lorne 801
  • Nestle 820
  • Pomelo 879
  • Serrania 820
  • Superior 819
  • Topeka 838

15
Elite Eight Hundred Club
  • Tulsa 812
  • Van Gogh 850
  • Vintage Mgnt. 844
  • Wilbur 874
  • Woodlake 830

16
Elite Eight Hundred Club
  • Nobel MS 812
  • SOCES 809

17
The Fabulous 900 Club
  • Welby Way
  • 919

18
The Fabulous 900 Club
  • Woodland Hills
  • 935

19
The Fabulous 900 Club
  • Balboa Gifted Magnet
  • 975

20
Title I Academic Achievement Award Schools
  • Calahan Street Elementary
  • Cantara Street Elementary
  • Emelita Street Elementary
  • Encino Elementary
  • Hamlin Street Elementary

21
Title I Academic Achievement Award Schools
  • Knollwood Elementary
  • Lemay Elementary
  • Lorne Street Elementary
  • Nestle Avenue Elementary
  • Stagg Street Elementary

22
Title I Academic Achievement Award Schools
  • Superior Street Elementary
  • Tarzana Elementary
  • Tulsa Street Elementary
  • Vintage Street Elementary

23
Canoga Park High School increased their API
scores for the third consecutive year
24
90 of Valley Alternatives 10th grade students
passed CAHSEE in both math and Language Arts on
the first attempt
25
Valley New High School 1 had 100 participation
in CAHSEE testing. 99.99 participation in CST
testing
26
Birmingham High School met their API goals for
every sub group
27
Cleveland High Schools API increased 41 points
28
Stoney Point is offering Saturday Algebra classes
29
African American students at Portola Middle
School gained 67 points on their API and Hispanic
students gained 30 points on their API
30
SOCES has a 98 CAHSEE pass rate in ELOA and 96
in math. They are in the top 3 in LAUSD
31
Monroe High Schools API increased 40 points last
year and 100 points over the last 5 years
32
Athletics
33
Birmingham High School won the Los Angeles City
Football Championship
34
El Camino Real High School won the Girls City
Soccer Championship
35
Chatsworth High School won the Pre-season
National Championship in baseball
36
Kennedy High School won Valley Mission League
Championship inBoys GolfGirls TrackVarsity
Baseball
37
Sepulveda Middle School came in 1st Place in
Cheerleading in Magic Mountain Competition
38
Monroe High Schools fencing team was one of the
top fencing teams in the state
39
Canoga Park High School won the Softball League
Championship
40
Sherman Oaks CES received the Magnet League
Championship in Boys Basketball and Baseball
41
Tafts Coach Mercado was honored by city Section
Coaches Sportsmanship Award
42
Over 130 students and staff from Sutter Middle
School participated in the Lloyd Levine Fitness
Run
43
Cleveland High School won the Girls City Swimming
Championship
44
Resedas Girls Tennis and Boys Volleyball teams
won city invitational championships in 2004/2005
45
State Girls Soccer Coachof the Year
  • Vickie Lagos
  • Kennedy High School

46
El Camino Real High School won the City Baseball
Championship
47
Valley Alternatives Girls and Boys
Volleyballteams won League Championships and
participated in City Finals
48
Jun Kelley of Reseda is the 50 meter breast
stroke swimming city champion. Also,
scholar/athlete having taken 8 AP courses
49
Birmingham High School won the Girls City Track
and Field Championship
50
AwardsAchievements
51
District ONE Beautiful2004-2005Grand Prize
Winners
  • Balboa Magnet School
  • Bassett Street School
  • Canoga Park School
  • Chatsworth School
  • Dearborn Street School

52
District ONE Beautiful2004-2005Grand Prize
Winners
  • Douglas High School
  • Emelita Street School
  • Fullbright Avenue School
  • Hart Street School
  • Lanai Road School

53
District ONE Beautiful2004-2005Grand Prize
Winners
  • Lull School
  • Monroe High School
  • Nestle Avenue School
  • Nevada Avenue School
  • Nobel Middle School

54
District ONE Beautiful2004-2005Grand Prize
Winners
  • Porter Middle School
  • Serrania Avenue School
  • Stagg Street School
  • Tulsa Street School
  • Wilbur Avenue School

55
District ONE Beautiful2004-2005
  • First Prize
  • Calahan Street School
  • Miller High School
  • Frost Middle School
  • Sherman Oaks CES
  • Gledhill Street School
  • Van Gogh Street School
  • Melvin Avenue School
  • Wooden High School

56
District ONE Beautiful2004-2005
  • Second Place
  • Henry Middle School
  • Reseda High School
  • Napa Street School
  • Sutter Middle School
  • Reseda School
  • Topeka Drive School

57
Banner Recipients
  • Calabash Elementary
  • Calahan Elementary
  • Calvert Elementary
  • Canoga Park Elementary
  • Castlebay Lane Elementary
  • Chatsworth Park Elementary

58
Banner Recipients
  • Cohasset Elementary
  • Danube Elementary
  • Darby Elementary
  • Dearborn Elementary
  • El Oro Way Elementary
  • Emelita Elementary

59
Banner Recipients
  • Encino Elementary
  • Frost Middle School
  • Fullbright Elementary
  • Garden Grove Elementary
  • Germain Elementary
  • Gledhill Elementary/Magnet

60
Banner Recipients
  • Hale Middle School
  • Hamlin Elementary
  • Hart Elementary
  • Haskell Elementary/Magnet
  • Henry Middle School
  • Holmes Middle School

61
Banner Recipients
  • John R. Wooden High School
  • Knollwood Elementary
  • Lawrence Middle School
  • Lemay Elementary
  • Lockhurst Elementary
  • Lorne Elementary

62
Banner Recipients
  • Mayall Elementary
  • Nestle Elementary
  • Newcastle Elementary
  • Nobel Middle School
  • Pomelo Elementary
  • Reseda Elementary

63
Banner Recipients
  • San Jose Elementary
  • Serrania Elementary
  • Stagg Elementary
  • Sunny Brae Elementary
  • Superior Elementary
  • Tarzana Elementary

64
Banner Recipients
  • Topeka Elementary
  • Tulsa Elementary
  • Vanalden Elementary
  • Vintage Magnet Elementary
  • Welby Way Elementary
  • West Valley School
  • Woodland Hills Elementary

65
2005 Bravo Award Winner
  • Cathy Paulson
  • Tulsa Street
  • Elementary School

66
Encino Chamber of CommerceTeacher of the Year
  • Hirout (Mimi) Dagnew
  • Emilita Street School

67
Encino Chamber of CommerceTeacher of the Year
  • Noemi Flores
  • Mulholland Middle School

68
Encino Chamber of CommerceTeacher of the Year
  • Monica Fulford
  • Lanai Road School

69
Encino Chamber of CommerceTeacher of the Year
  • Suzanna Gordon
  • Sherman Oaks
  • Center for Enriched Studies

70
Encino Chamber of CommerceTeacher of the Year
  • Marianne Maki
  • Reseda High School

71
Encino Chamber of CommerceTeacher of the Year
  • Vanessa Nguyen
  • Nestle Avenue School

72
Encino Chamber of CommerceTeacher of the Year
  • Jenny Sarpolis
  • Zane Grey High School

73
Encino Chamber of CommerceTeacher of the Year
  • Lois Siskin
  • Encino Elementary School

74
Encino Chamber of CommerceTeacher of the Year
  • Cheryl Spivak
  • Portola Middle School

75
New Library Openings
  • Langdon Elementary
  • Ranchito Elementary
  • Lemay Elementary
  • Calabash Elementary
  • Gledhill Elementary
  • Topeka Drive Elementary
  • Chatsworth Park Elementary
  • Germain Elementary

76
National Student Television Award for Excellence
  • Jeff Jackson and Edgar DeLoera
  • Winning Category Technical Achievement
  • NHRA Career Opportunity Day
  • Cleveland High School
  • James Gleason, Faculty

77
National Student Television Award for Excellence
  • Michael D. Mazzola
  • Winning Category Documentary
  • Home For The Holidays
  • Cleveland High School
  • James Gleason, Faculty

78
Taft became City Champions for the Academic
Decathlon
79
Monroe High School won third, fifth, sixth,
seventh, eighth, eleventh and eighteenth place
out of 1000 contenders in the 2005 California
High School Speech Association State Championship.
80
East Valley New Middle School received Attendance
Incentive Awards of over 62,800
81
Nestle Elementary Schools, Loni Van Lansweerde
was a finalist for a Bravo Award and won an
Outstanding Teacher Award from Mayor Hahn
82
Leichman High School established a computer lab
to provide educational enrichment to parentsand
students
83
Portola Middle School recognized by the Josephson
Institute of Drama programs plays that focused
on Character Counts principles
84
Cleveland High School won first place in the
Video in the Classroom Awards and the Los Angeles
Film Festival
85
Mulholland Principal, Dr. White was appointed to
Governors EducationTask Force
86
Parkman Middle School earned the Greatest
District 1 Middle School API Growth (41 points)
87
Monroe High Schools Kathy Graber won the
Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award for Mock
Trial
88
Teacher Cynthia Hernandez of Germain Elementary
School is a Bravo Award winner and a finalist in
the Getty Parental Community Involvement Awards
89
Porter Middle School received the Red Cross Clara
Barton Award
90
Kennedy High School StudentGibran
MineroNational HispanicDistinguished
ScholarHarvard, 2005
91
Hale Middle School was a Regional and State
Horticulture Writing Contest Finalist
92
Paul Trepani from Wooden High School was selected
as an outstanding educator by the Walk of Hearts
Foundation
93
Frost Middle School won a Model United Nations
Secretary Generals Award
94
Cleveland High School was recognized by EdTrust
as being in the top 4 of high schools in the
nation and addressing the myth of poverty
95
Nobel Middle School is a LACOE Math Field Day
Medalist
96
Henry Middle School was awarded the Animactions
Outstanding Spanish Language Public Service
Announcement
97
SOCES received the Interscholastic Athletic
Committees 2005 Character Counts/Pursuing
Victory with Honor LAUSD School of the Year award
98
Northridge Middle School won 3 Video in the
Classroom (VIC) awards
99
HighTechHigh-LAs Robotics team placed 4th in
F.I.R.S.T. World Championships
100
Students at Primary Academy for Success were
recognized for reading the most books at Todos
Leer sponsored by Univision and Ford Motor Co.
101
Jessica Rivera, Mulholland Middle School
students picture was selected for the EMAZE
publication
102
California Council for the Social Studies
Outstanding Middle School Teacher of the
YearHelene StevensonHolmes Middle School
103
Monroe High Schools Army JROTC corps won the
ROTC city championship for the seventh year in a
row!
104
Frost Middle School won a Congressional
Recognition for Celebrating Diversity and
International Understanding
105
SOCES received the Teacher of the Year Award for
Suzanna Giordon English Teacher
106
Sutter Middle School band won third place in the
National competition held in Anaheim
107
Two Northridge Middle School students received
Benjamin Banneker Math Awards
108
Cleveland High School was recognized by Newsweek
Magazine as one of the finest high schools in
America
109
Portola Middle Schools MathCounts team won 1st
place in Southern California Competition
110
Mulholland Middle School received Attendance
Improvement (14,600) Incentive
111
Eleven Kennedy Architecture magnet students
placed in state competition and will attend
national competition
112
Valley Art Institute Exceptional Art Student
Award given to Porter Middle School
113
Community/Partnerships
114
Parent Centers OpenedThis YearElementary
  • Bertrand Elementary
  • San José Elementary
  • Gault Elementary
  • Winnetka Elementary

115
Parent Centers OpenedThis YearMiddle School
  • East Valley New MS
  • Parkman MS

116
Parent Centers OpenedThis YearHigh School
  • Birmingham HS
  • Cleveland HS
  • Sherman Oaks CES

117
31ST District PTSA2005 Outstanding Unit Award
Recipients
  • Unit of the Year
  • Nobel Middle School PTSA

118
31ST District PTSA2005 Outstanding Unit Award
Recipients
  • Unit of the Year- Honorable Mention
  • Lockhurst PTA
  • Lanai Road PTA
  • Justice Street PTA
  • Taft High PTSA

119
31ST District PTSA2005 Outstanding Unit Award
Recipients
  • Newsletter Award
  • Beckford Avenue PTA
  • Wilbur Avenue PTA
  • Nobel Middle School PTSA

120
31ST District PTSA2005 Outstanding Unit Award
Recipients
  • Newsletter Award-Honorable Mention
  • Lockhurst PTA
  • Lanai Road PTA
  • Superior Street PTA
  • Taft High PTA

121
31ST District PTSA2005 Outstanding Unit Award
Recipients
  • Program Directory Award
  • Superior Street School PTA
  • Nobel Middle School PTSA

122
31ST District PTSA2005 Outstanding Unit Award
Recipients
  • Program Directory Award-Honorable Mention
  • Lanai Road PTA
  • Taft High PTSA

123
31ST District PTSA2005 Outstanding Unit Award
Recipients
  • Membership Poster
  • Vanalden Elementary PTA
  • Nobel Middle School PTSA

124
31ST District PTSA2005 Outstanding Unit Award
Recipients
  • Membership Poster-Honorable Mention
  • Lockhurst PTA
  • Nobel Middle School PTSA

125
31ST District PTSA2005 Outstanding Unit Award
Recipients
  • Safety Award
  • Lanai Road PTA
  • Superior Street PTA
  • Taft High School PTSA

126
31ST District PTSA2005 Outstanding Unit Award
Recipients
  • Safety Award-Honorable Mention
  • San Jose PTA
  • Justice Street PTA
  • Columbus Middle PTSA
  • Chatsworth High PTSA

127
Sutter Middle Schools Parent Center celebrated
its ten year anniversary
128
Kennedy High School Students raised 6,500 in six
days for Tsunami Relief
129
City of Los Angeles awarded a Proclamation for
Outstanding Family Center to Sepulveda Middle
School
130
Over 120 parents from Sutter Middle School
participated in and graduated from Parent
Institute classes
131
And much, much more!
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