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Student Data Privacy
Please read this District letter regarding Student Data Privacy
LACES Wish List

LACES Wish List Click here to see what you can do to support LACES. The Wish List gives you information of departmental needs (novels, supplies for Culinary Arts) and general items needed all the time (kleenex, hand sanitizer, paper). Check back regularly! http://laceswishlist2.blogspot.com/
DIRECT DONATION DRIVE 2014-2015
Please support our school with a Direct Donation!
< Click here for more info and forms
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals/Parental Accountability

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals/Parental Accountability See the attached letter for information regarding the president's administrative reforms.
FOL Frequently Asked Questions

FOL Frequently Asked Questions Are you confused by all the lingo people throw around at LACES? Here is a quick reference guide to some common language used on campus.
Alleged Employee Misconduct
Please see the attached two letters explaining the reason for removing an employee on 12/10/14 and an employee on 12/12/14
Sports Calendar
Lunch Applications
Use this link to apply for free or reduced lunch.
http://cafe-la.lausd.net/new-online_meal_application
First Mailing

First Mailing Here are the documents that are being mailed to each household.
Student wins a Defibrillator for the School
Jesse Waldman, 6th grader, entered a video in the contest sponsored by Parent Heart Watch. Thanks to Jesse the school will receive a much needed AED.
AP Students, Scores Online July 5th!

AP Students, Scores Online July 5th! View your scores and send them to colleges. Also, learn about AP awards and get answers to all your score-related questions.
New District Parent Portal

New District Parent Portal This fall, the District will launch the LAUSD PASSport, which will provide all LAUSD K-12 parents/guardians secure 24/7 online access to essential student data that will help them better support their child’s academic success.
Faculty Votes to Change the Bell Schedule

Faculty Votes to Change the Bell Schedule The days of 'A' and 'B' weeks are gone. Welcome to 'Odd" and 'Even' days. Every Tuesday is an early out Tuesday. See the attachment to see the bell schedule for 2014-15.
Turn Your Old Vehicle into a Tax Deduction and Cash for LACES!

Turn Your Old Vehicle into a Tax Deduction and Cash for LACES! Consider donating your unwanted car, truck, or boat to LACES. This vehicle donation program is a great way to support your child's school AND get a deduction on your taxes.
#1 School in Los Angeles Area

#1 School in Los Angeles Area LACES continues to move up in the Washington Post's annual ranking of the most challenging high schools in the nation. This year LACES is #40 in the nation, #5 in the state and #1 in the Los Angeles area of most challenging high schools. The Polytechnic School and Harvard-Westlake are #2 and #3 in the Los Angeles area.

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FOL Coffee Stop
Date: 1/30/2015, 8 AM 10 AM
Location: Room 103
Pennies for Patients
Date: 1/30/2015, 8 AM 8:30 AM
Location: Homerooms
Yearbook Club Photos
Date: 1/30/2015, 11:50 AM 12:10 PM
Location: Auditorium
Academic Decathlon
Date: 1/31/2015, 8 AM 4 PM
Location: Edward R. Roybal Learning Center School, 1200 Colton St, Los Angeles, CA, United States
Chinese Students Arrive at LACES
Date: 1/31/2015, 11:30 AM 12:30 PM
Location: Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies, 5931 West 18th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90035, United States

Robotic Team Advances with 2nd Place Win

Robotic Team Advances with 2nd Place Win The LACES robotics team "Go Unicorns!" participated in the first qualifying round of the First Lego League in Thousand Oaks on November 23rd. Out of 21 teams participating, our team won second place in the Robot Design, and we are one of the six teams moving to the next round, which will take place on December 13th, at La Canada High School. The team has worked very hard, and we are delighted with their success.
Commended Students in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program

Commended Students in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program
LACES is one of the winners of the 2013-2014 Student Leadership in Human Relations Awards.

LACES is one of the winners of the 2013-2014 Student Leadership in Human Relations Awards. The Commission on Human Relations, Diversity and Equity will honor LACES for our outstanding effort to support human relations concerns in our school community:
Albert Kim wins Culinary Arts Scholarship!

Albert Kim wins Culinary Arts Scholarship! It's my pleasure to announce that Albert Kim, graduating senior, was awarded $110,624 in CCAP (Careers through Culinary Arts Program) scholarships. He's going off to Johnson and Wales in the Fall.
Border Grille Internship!!

Border Grille Internship!! Congratulations to 12th grader, Nia Seamster, who won a district culinary competition this semester and has earned a prestigious paid internship with the Border Grille in Santa Monica.
All-City Tennis Champion

All-City Tennis Champion Congratulations to 10th grader, Zac Brodney who has won his 2nd year CIF All City Tennis Championship. Our hats are off to you for a wonderful accomplishment and a job very well done.
Get Lit: Words Ignite!!

Get Lit: Words Ignite!! Last Thursday at the Los Angeles Theatre Center, our LACES students advanced to the Semi-Final round, beating out teams from 12 other Los Angeles County schools. And our very own Ryan Longmuir made it to the finals. performing to a packed house at the Ebell Theater on Saturday night.
2014 National YoungArts Winner

2014 National YoungArts Winner Briana Williams (12th grade) was named a National YoungArts Foundation Winner. YoungArts recognizes and supports America's most talented 15-18 year olds in the visual, literary and performing arts.
Speech and Debate Shines at the Orator's Cup
Sophomore Jared Stone was the RUNNER-UP in Impromptu Speaking, 5th Place in Congressional Debate, and 6th Place in Spontaneous Argumentation!
Sophomore Austin Moore was the CHAMPION in Original Prose and Poetry, the RUNNER-UP in Original Oratory, and the RUNNER-UP in Oratorical Interpretation!

Jared Stone was ranked as the 3rd BEST OVERALL COMPETITOR in Los Angeles high school Speech!
US Presidential Scholars Program

US Presidential Scholars Program Stefano Rumi was selected as a 2014 U.S. Presidential Scholar. This is an extremely high honor. Congratulate him as he heads to the White House!
MS Science Bowl finishes in the Top 12 in the Nation!!

MS Science Bowl finishes in the Top 12 in the Nation!! Congratulations to our amazing Science Bowl team. They made it to the National Science Bowl competition in Washington team and finished in the top 12 in the nation. A huge shout out to team members: Murad Avliyukulov, Connor Robertson, Max Lanter, Henry Basu, and Jonathan Luo. And let’s not forget their terrific teacher and coach, Mr. Mukai.
2015 National Merit Scholarship Recognition

2015 National Merit Scholarship Recognition LACES has 21 students who qualified for the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program. Nationwide, only 50,000 students qualified out of 1.5 million students.
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