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Today: 8/18/17

Nimitz Middle School: Standing Together Against Bullying



In partnership with Los Angeles Unified School District, Nimitz was selected to participate in a survey about the District’s anti-bullying efforts and initiatives, which was approved by the Board of Education. This survey will help Nimitz and LAUSD determine the level of parental and student satisfaction with the school’s anti-bullying initiatives.


The Office of the Inspector General desires to gain valuable insight that will allow LAUSD to determine the overall climate regarding student-to-student bullying within the District and effect positive change through robust recommendations that will make not just Nimitz, but all LAUSD schools safer places for students to learn.







Parents, we ask that you please review the letter issued by our Superintendent, Dr. Michelle King, regarding the solar eclipse scheduled to take place on Monday, August 21, 2017. Be advised that looking directly at the sun during an eclipse is unsafe and can cause permanent eye damage or other unknown effects. It's imperative that if you want your child to participate in planned outdoor viewing activities on August 21, the Solar Eclipse Viewing Permission Slip MUST be signed and returned to your child's teacher.


Please contact our school should you have any questions.


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Programs include traditional and non-traditional offerings in a variety of categories, including physical education, visual/performing arts, science, math, technology, and literacy.

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The Schools for Advanced Studies (SAS) are programs to improve educational options and increase professional training to support the development of gifted and talented youth. 

MAGNET Program

Students will be provided with a differentiated learning environment that is unique, thought-provoking, and rigorous, which will enable them to further expand their knowledge and abilities.  Through innovative integration of technology, combined with "hands-on" and inquiry-based instruction in all academic subjects, students will learn to investigate, explore, understand and appreciate the world around them.  Our goal is to provide a stimulating, technologically-based environment, which maximizes each individual's ability level across the entire curriculum.


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