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Regular Day:       8:10am – 2:35pm

Every Tuesday:   8:10am – 1:35pm

Minimum Day:     8:09am – 12:50pm

Drop-Off:              7:30am

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Attendance Matters

Attendance matters at PWP. We expect students to be at school everyday, on time, and ready to learn. 



Full price lunch: $3.00

School Spirit Days

Wear your school t-shirts every Friday and favorite college shirt every Wednesday to show your Pelican Pride!

Traffic Safety

Help keep our students safe during  drop off and dismissal by following all traffic guidelines. Parking in front of the school is available and limited to 15 minutes for your convenience.

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Sept. 27, 28, 29, 2017

Dec. 15, 2017

Jan. 24, 25, 26, 2018

May 25, 2018

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Parent Conferences - January 22-26, 2018

Sign up for second semester parent conferences to discuss your student's progress toward meeting grade level standards. This is a great time to meet with your student's teacher and deepen your knowledge of grade level benchmarks and the steps your child can take to meet or exceed expectations.  

Science & Engineering Guest Speaker Visits Park Western

Our fifth grade students recently had a visit from Mr. Michael Fitzgerald, the chief architect of the Space Elevator and Enterprise Systems. The Space Elevator is a vision of how mankind will import and export goods and materials to and from Earth 30 or 40 years in the future. A tether, or cable, would be placed in space and extend down to Earth, allowing climber cars to move along it up into space, deliver their cargo, and return to Earth. Various gates on the tether are planned for the release of cargo that is intended to reach the moon, Mars, and possibly other planets.


In preparation for the visit, students watched a number of scientific and informational videos, and researched aspects of the topic, such as gravity, materials, and structural feasibility. They were armed with questions and were eager to see the Powerpoint slides and diagrams Mr. Fitzgerald provided. All were amazed that this will most likely become a reality in their lifetime.


Here is the email Mr. Fitzgerald sent to his colleagues after his visit:

QUOTE: I was at Harbor / Park Western Magnet on Monday — for about hour. — last period of the day. The audience was about 40 5th graders. I only showed them pictures ... including V 30 After 15 minutes ... I said “are there any questions?” This scheme was planned — Ms. Miller had planted the idea that they should come with questions. We got questions!! When I asked — every hand shot up — and I was pummeled with Q’s for the next 45 minutes. How - How much - When - Where - robots — people — why — and on. I cannot tell you how amazed I was at the quality of the questions and the excitement in their eyes. They even figured out they would be alive when the first one is built. It was humbling!!!! END QUOTE


Park Western continues to strive to engage students by offering unique opportunities like this one. With a commitment to science, math and technology, students are set on a course that will lead the way to a successful future. What an amazing way to get kids thinking, asking, and learning about planning today and creating tomorrow.

Title 1 Parent Involvement Policy

The LAUSD and Park Western Place Title 1 Parent Involvement Policy has been mailed home with the Park Western Place Parent School Compact. You may also download and view these documents from the RESOURCE FILE on the left.

Passport- All Access

Parents and Students,

Did you know that you can have 24/7 access to attendance, grades, state test scores and progress toward meeting graduation requirements? Log in to passport.lausd.netCome to the main office and ask for Yvonne if you have questions or need help logging in.

Thank You Target and San Pedro Target Associates

Thank you to the Target Corporation and San Pedro Target for supporting Park Western Place students with a $5,000 grant!  We appreciate your support in helping our students start school supplied, prepared and ready to learn. You made us all feel welcome!

Upcoming Events

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Our students had different opportunities to view and learn about the solar eclipse.  


PWP believes in arts education for our students!  Our PWP Little Kids Rock bands performed live at the Roxy Theater in Hollywood and on the Breakfast with the Beatles radio program on 95.5 KLOS.  Hundreds of our students have the opportunity to experience playing musical instruments because of the generous support of the Little Kids Rock organization, our dedicated music teacher Mrs. Corallo, Mr. Corallo, Ms. Lee, Mrs. Arbolario, and classroom teachers.  Mr. Corallo has taken the lead in teaching afternoon music lessons to students and leading the PWP bands.  


The 5th grade class would like to thank the Port of Los Angeles for their donation of $1,000 toward the Catalina Island Marine Institute field trip last month.  Due to the generosity of the Port of LA and other donors, all students who wanted to attend the trip were able to do so.  The 5th graders returned from the trip full of new knowledge of sharks, rays, fish, algae and plankton, and their habitat, the ocean.


Twenty-four students in grades 3-5 competed in our first annual PWP Science Olympiad where student teams worked to complete in seven different applied science and engineering challenges.  We were amazed, astonished and proud of their accomplishments. We were also quite impressed that no eggs broke during the egg drop event! Kudos to our students and volunteers for making this an exciting learning event!