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Selma Avenue Elementary

6611 Selma Avenue

Los Angeles, CA 90028

Phone: 323-461-9418

Fax: 323-962-9258  

Principal: Glendy L. Marin-Elias


Today: 4/18/15


Silver Hawk News

Coffee with the Principal - Monday, April 20, 2015
Every month, our principal hosts a "Coffee with the Principal" meeting for parents and interested community members. This is a casual meeting, which provides a forum for open dialogue about current events on campus. Please join us on Mon... Continue
Posted by: Jose Asencio
Published: 4/17/15

Big Sunday - Sunday, May 3, 2015
We will be having our annual Big Sunday day of service event on Sunday, May 3, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM. Please join us and volunteer as we beautify our campus. More information about this event will be announced soon.  Continue
Posted by: Jose Asencio
Published: 4/14/15

Memorial Day - Monday, May 25, 2015 (No School)
School will be closed on Monday, May 25, 2015 in observance of Memorial Day. School will resume on Tuesday, May 26, 2015. Please plan accordingly.  Continue
Posted by: Jose Asencio
Published: 4/14/15


Young Storytellers Big Show

Friday, April 17, 2015: 

The Young Storytellers Big Show took place today inside the auditorium. Ten Selma students had the opportunity to write their own screenplay over the course of eight weeks with the support of a mentor. The Young Storytellers Foundation develops literacy through the art of storytelling. Using group exercises and one-on-one mentoring, they provide under-served children in the public school system an opportunity to write stories and see them brought to life through live performance or film production. Their mission is to inspire children to discover the power of their own voice. 

Jump Rope For Heart

Friday, March 20, 2015: 

Selma Avenue Elementary School is proud to partner with the American Heart Association through Jump Rope For Heart! This community service project teaches our students the importance of heart health while having a great time jumping rope. Furthermore, students have the opportunity to raise funds for the American Heart Association to fund research and educational materials. 

Spring 2015 LAUSD School Games

Friday, March 13, 2015:

Students in Mr. Bump's class and Mrs. Alegre-Thiry's class participated in the Spring 2015 LAUSD School Games at West Adams Preparatory. The LAUSD School Games is a partnership between Special Olympics Southern California and the Los Angeles Unified School District. This year's event was the culmination of a six week athletics (track & field) training program that provided opportunities to learn through sports competition, develop all aspects of total fitness needed to compete in any sport, and promoted the development of life-long fitness skills that will help student athletes lead a more productive and independent life. 

Versa Style Dance Company

Friday, March 13, 2015: 

Versa Style Dance company visited Selma and performed for our students this morning. Our students and staff loved every minute of it! Versa Style is a dance ensemble that creates highly energetic work that fuses dances that are culturally significant to our community. They perform various dances like Hip-Hop, House, Salsa, Merengue and Cumbia. In addition, Versa Style talked to our students about the importance of going to college and achieving their goals. Special thanks to Jackie Lopez, Leigh Foadd and Jackie Oka for bringing Versa Style to our school. Thank you, Versa Style! 

Read Across America

Friday, March 6, 2015: 

The best way to honor a beloved children’s author on his birthday is by having a weeklong celebration. Selma Avenue Elementary School celebrated the 18th annual Read Across America Day this Friday to mark the 111th birthday of Dr.Seuss. Read Across America Day is an annual reading motivation and awareness program that calls for every child in every community to celebrate reading. This year, we extended it to a weeklong celebration with featured Dr.Seuss Spirit Week (March 2 - March 6). Various of our activities are planned around Dr. Seuss’ contribution to reading, but the celebration is really all about the importance of reading. 


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