Monday to Friday 7:30 am – 4:30 pm
8:10 am – 2:34 pm Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri
8:10 am – 1:34 pm Tues in Sept thru March (Staff Development)
10:10 am – 10:30 am Recess
12:00 pm – 12:45 pm Lunch
8:10 am – 12:39 pm Minimum Day
WHEN YOUR CHILD IS ABSENT
You must sign the appropriate absence form in the office each and every time your child is out of school, or you may bring a letter from home or from a physician.
Parents and guardians of students who are absent or tardy will receive two automated attendance calls from the LAUSD. The Ivanhoe office staff do not control these calls, and you will receive them even if you have let Ivanhoe know about the absence. The first call is sent in the morning, based on the attendance information in the system as of 9:30 a.m. The second call is sent in the evening, based on the data in the system at 3:30 p.m. The call will be made to the telephone number provided to the school for attendance notifications. Should you wish to change this number, please contact the school at (323) 664-0051. This attendance information helps improve both student safety and academic achievement.
CALLS TO THE OFFICE
Parents often call asking the office to deliver messages to students. The office requests that this be done only in an extreme emergency. To deliver a message properly requires an interruption to both the teacher and student. There is often the possibility that the message will be misunderstood or incorrectly delivered.
To help in the classroom, you must have a valid negative tuberculosis skin test (or X-ray) signed by a physician and a volunteer application form on file with LAUSD. Both forms can be downloaded below. Return both completed forms to the office.
Volunteer applications must be completed for each school yearly and your tuberculosis test is valid for 4 years. Inappropriate behavior to any staff, faculty, and or students may result in your volunteering privileges being revoked at the discretion of the principal. Sign in at the office before proceeding to the classroom. Make sure to sign out on your way out.
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