This morning, Council member José Huizar, officials from the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT), the Bureau of Engineering, and the L.A. Unified School District (LAUSD), and parents, teachers, and students from Breed and Sheridan Street elementary schools all joined forces to break ground on streetscape improvements intended to make it safer for parents and kids to walk and bike to and from those schools.
Join us for an informational meeting to meet the board, learn about open positions, engage in a discussion about how the PTO operates, and learn what you can do to get more involved, and learn about upcoming events/fundraisers for next school year.
Thank you Sheridan Family for coming and supporting our Mighty Owls in our annual International Dance Day. Our students performed dances from various parts of the world. It was a wonderful experience!
Parents who attended eight trainings or more this year celebrated today with their children by taking part in a school luncheon. Our Sheridan Family thanks you for being an important part of your child's academic success and setting a good example for them to follow.
Students rarely want to trade places with teachers, but teachers had all the fun this week coding robots while their young students snuck envious peeks at the door of the noontime teacher activity. The teachers stopped by to learn how easy it is to code a robot as part of the process of recruiting teachers to participate in the new program, Building Opportunities with Teachers in Schools (BOTS), created and managed by USC Viterbi Adopt-a-School, Adopt-a-Teacher (USC VAST).
You are invited to join the 2018-2019 Sheridan Street Elementary PTO
(Parent/Teacher Organization) When: Thursday May 17, 2018 Where: Room 31