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THANKSGIVING BREAK

NOVEMBER 19 - 23, 2018

Classes Resume on

Monday, Nov. 26, 2018

Receso de Dia de Accion

de Gracia

Noviembre 19 - 23, 2018
Clases se Reanudaran el

lunes 26 de noviembre, 2018

Today: 12/16/18

EDUCATIONAL EQUITY COMPLIANCE / CUMPLIMIENTO DE EQUIDAD EDUCATIVA

Nimitz Middle School

Title IX Complaint Managers

Mr. Javier Gonzalez (AP)

jxg69601@lausd.net

(323) 887-5400 ext. 5464

Ms. Carolina Arce (AP)

clope28@lausd.net

(323) 887-5400 ext. 5463

 

Title IX - Sex Based Nondiscrimination Statute

Titulo IX - Estatutos de No-Descriminacion Basados en la Sexualidad

https://achieve.lausd.net/Page/3654

Williams Complaints Procedures

Procedimiento de Quejas Williams

https://achieve.lausd.net/Page/6453

Nondiscrimination

No Descriminacion

https://achieve.lausd.net/Page/3586

Bullying and Hazing

La Intimidacion y las Novatadas

https://achieve.lausd.net/Page/3582

LGBTQ Resources/Supports

LGBTQ Recursos/Apollo

https://achieve.lausd.net/Page/3651

Sexual Harassment

Acoso Sexual

https://achieve.lausd.net/Page/3652

Uniform Complaints Procedures (UCP)

Procedimiento Uniforme de Quejas

https://achieve.lausd.net/Page/3655

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.

 

 

 

 

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Our School

SCHOOL ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT CARD (SARC)

INFORME de RENDIMIENTO de CUENTAS ESCOLARES

The latest version of our School Accountability Report Card (SARC) is available. Just click the link and you will be directed to it. You may also call our Main Office at (323) 887-5400 and request a copy.

La última versión de nuestro Informe de Rendimiento de Cuentas Escolares (SARC) está disponible. Solo haga clic en el enlace y será dirigido a él. También, puede llamar a nuestra oficina principal al (323) 887-5400 y pedir una copia.

http://search.lausd.net/cgi-bin/fccgi.exe?w3exec=sarc20162017&which=8268

Nimitz has no limits!!!

WE'VE EXCEEDED OUR RECLASSIFICATION GOAL We are pleased to announce that 28% of our English Language Learners reclassified during the 2018-19 school year. SBAC English Language Arts proficiency scores rose 5%!!!!

Nimitz Music Band

 

8th Grade Panorama Picture

 

ENCUESTA DE LA 

EXPERIENCIA ESCOLAR

https://achieve.lausd.net/Page/8397

The window is now open for

all Nimitz Parents, Students, 

and Staff members to take

the annual survey and let

us know how we're doing.

La ventana está abierta para

Todos los padres de Nimitz,

estudiantes, y los miembros

del personal para tomar la

encuesta anual y dejar

nosotros sabemos como nos va.

 

After-School Program

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

LAUSD Woodcraft Rangers

GIFTED/SAS Program

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.

 

NIMITZ Faculty and Staff