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LAUSD Title I Parent and Family Engagement Policy

The Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015 , Section 1116, recognizes that parents are a child’s first teacher and should have the opportunity to become involved in their child’s education.

Póliza de Participación de Padres y Familias del Título I del LAUSD

La ley de todos los estudiantes que tienen éxito de 2015, Sección 1116, reconoce que los padres son el primer maestro de un niño y deben tener la oportunidad de participar en la educación de sus ...more


Parent Involvement Policy and the School-Parent Compact

All Parents/Guardians will receive the Glassell Park Elementary School Parent Involvement Policy and the School-Parent Compact via U.S. Mail during the week of November 26, 2018.

Our Vision

Glassell Park STEAM Magnet is rooted in excellence where each student develops the knowledge, skills, and inspiration for success in the 21st century. We provide experiences with real-world applications in Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Math to prepare future leaders and innovators.

Magnet Application 2020-2021

Don't wait, apply now! The Choices application opened on October 1, 2019. Go to echoices.lausd.net to apply. The link below will assist with the online application process. For account or password issues please call the Community Services Hotline at (213) 481-3300.

Adobe PDF UserGuide_EN_Choices.pdf2 MBVIEW

GP Fall 2019 Tour Dates:  Friday, October 11
                                          Friday, October 18
                                          Friday, October 25
                                          Friday, November 1
 All tours start at 9:00

Back to School Night

It was wonderful to see you all at at Back to School Night.

School Uniform

We have chosen to adopt a School Uniform Policy to create a sense of community and encourage pride in our school. School staff and parents developed this policy to support these goals, and students at our school are encouraged to participate.


Students are to wear the following uniform*:

  • Black pants or shorts
  • Black skirts or skorts
  • Solid royal blue or burgundy collar polo shirt/ blouse. The polo shirts with the school logo can also be purchased in the main office. 



*Please note that the School Uniform Policy is optional. However, students are all expected to dress appropriately for the educational environment. As noted by District policy, all students shall be required to show proper attention to personal cleanliness, health, neatness, safety, and suitability of clothing and appearance for school activities.

STEAMING Ahead to a New School Year

Morning Reading Club

Today: 2/24/20

Morning Drop-Off

Students will continue to use the main school entrance located on Avenue 30 in the morning. If you are driving your child to school, please remember that the Safety Valet program will be operating on the first day of school. You can drop off students in grades 1-5 in front of the main entrance. For safety reasons, kindergarten students need to be escorted to the classroom to ensure adult-to-adult exchange during the morning drop-off and the afternoon dismissal.


Early Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten students will meet their teachers on the Kindergarten playground.


Grades 1-5 students will line up by their classroom number on the middle yard playground

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