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OFFICES DAMAGED DUE TO BROKEN PIPE...PHONES NON-OPERATIONAL

This is Frost Middle School with a special announcement. Yesterday evening, the Lower level of our Administrative Building was flooded due to a broken pipe. Thankfully, none of our classrooms were affected and instruction continues without interruption. Unfortunately, our phone systems are nonoperational and our offices are evacuated until the damage is repaired.

In the meantime, if you have a need to contact the school, please use our website to directly email the faculty or staff member you need to reach.

We thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.

STUDENTS EARN FREE-DRESS DAY TOMORROW 9/8

Students have earned a Free Dress Day for tomorrow, September 8th, based upon their excellent attendance of over 96% during the month of August. While students do not have to follow uniform guidelines tomorrow, they must the Minimum Requirements for Free-Dress Day as printed on page 7 of the Student Planner.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR FREE-DRESS DAYS
Skirts and shorts must be of an appropriate length, passing the tip of the longest finger when the arm is extended toward the ground at the side of the body.
The following are NOT allowed: holes or shreds in garments; hats with logos; bare midriffs or spaghetti straps; strapless tops, offensive language, messages, or images.

LAUSD UPDATE REGARDING DACA

Please read the attached letter regarding our District's commitment to providing a safe and welcoming learning environment for every student, in light of the federal government's announcement on Sept. 5, to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Click on the headline above to read the letter from LAUSD Superintendent Michelle King.

BACK-TO-SCHOOL EVENT ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 3:30 -6:00 PM

Come and meet your child's teachers. Mr. Ayala will greet parents at 3:30 p.m. in the Gym Come and learn how you can partner with the school during these middle school years. Classroom rotations will begin at 4 p.m. and you will have an opportunity to visit each classroom.
Food and drinks will be available for purchase.

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StudySync PD Session (GARCIA/Dawe/Williams - AM)
Date: 9/25/2017, 8 AM 11:30 AM
Location: LDNW
StudySync PD Session (Lewandowski/Hasserjian - PM)
Date: 9/25/2017, 11:30 AM 3 PM
Location: LDNW
SBAC Interim Assessment Training (CHAVARRIA - PM)
Date: 9/25/2017, 12:30 PM 3:30 PM
Location: LDNW
Positive Behavior Support Team (PBST) Meeting
Date: 9/25/2017, 3:10 PM
Location: Room 10
Emergency Drill
Date: 9/26/2017, 8:35 AM
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J. Francisco Ayala, Principal

Week of 091817

The first progress report cards for this year went home last week. I am hoping that all families had an opportunity to review your current grades. In case that some of the report cards did not make it home, we want to remind parents that you may access the latest grades via our online Learning Management Systems, in Schoology and PASSport.

Students, now that you know your first grade of the year, I want you to stay on top of your assignments and work on getting all passing grades. With the first report card issued, we have identified as well all 8th students who are in danger of not graduating on stage due to not being on-par. An on-par student is the one who is meeting graduation requirements, which include Academic, work habits, and Cooperation grades. A student not-on-par is the one who is not meeting the Frost Culmination Requirements. For a detail list of the Frost Culmination Requirements, please read your student planner.

At Frost, we care for our students wellbeing and our counselors will be visiting all students during some selected classes to make sure we continue to treat each other with courtesy and respect. During these presentations we will make sure students understand the difference between when someone is rude, mean, or a bully. It goes without saying that we do not want any of those behaviors on campus. I want to thank Frost students for always being polite and courteous to each other.

With that said, I am asking our student body speaker of the house, to make sure we read over this public address system, the information that is included in your planner. This is with the intention of providing students a reminder of the very clear expectations we have for all.

I will start today by reading the first section of the Frost Culture included on page 1 of your planners.

“At Frost, we are respectful
We respect each other’s background, heritage, and individual differences.
We respect everyones’ right to be safe and valued
We do not tolerate bullies or bullying behavior
We respect our campus by cleaning-up after ourselves
We respect our green areas by not walking through them, including our quad, planters, and hillsides
We respect our areas with restricted access and follow the instructions given by our staff”

Thank you and have a great week.

JFA

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