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Read, Read, Read at minimum of 20 minutes a night.
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Daily integration of technology in ALL classrooms to support student learning.

Students work collaboratively to increase their learning.

Sanchez students host the music booth with our music teacher at the yearly NLMUSD Fair.

Our 4th graders visit Cal State University, Fullerton.

Members of the Norwalk Lions Club, the City Council, our Superintendent, MrGruff, the Southeast Academy Color Guard and Waite Middle School Leadership Students join our Flag Day Celebration.

BMX athletes show off some tricks while sharing the importance of remaining a Bully Free Zone at Sanchez.

Members from the community join our students during a fun time of play.

John Glenn High School Cheerleaders and students and staff cheer on our 3rd, 4th and 5th graders as they prepare for State Testing. 

Learning about Picasso during one of our Artists' Assemblies which culminates with student works.

Sharing during our Science Fair.

Engaging with local police who joined us, along with many others, during our Career Day.

A Student/Teacher volleyball game at recess.

Congratulations to our 2019-2020 Junior Coaches.

Our students perform during the end of year Kindergarten Celebration.

News & Announcements

Open Enrollment Changes

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The Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District’s Open Enrollment policy is changing These changes apply only to students who are applying for new permits. Students who currently have approved permits, will not be affected by these changes. Please also note that this change in policy eliminates year-round Open Enrollment. The only opportunity for your student to transfer will be during the Open Enrollment period. Please click the article to continue read the upcoming changes.

District Advisory Committee Information and Application

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On Monday, October 21, 2019, the Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District, Board of Education directed staff to form a District Advisory Committee to study declining enrollment in the District and to make recommendations regarding re-alignment of school attendance boundaries and possibly school closures. Click on the article to read more about the process.

We are College Bound!

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As an AVID school, our students learn organizational skills; skills that emphasize WICOR strategies (Writing, Inquiry, Collaboration, Organization and Reading skills as well as different structures to help them think critically and to collaborate with each other. We are committed to preparing our students for having the skills that they'll need to be successful in school on their way to college.

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