Leuzinger High School Faculty Handbook 2012-2013 Home of Outstanding Olympians Citius Altius Fortius



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Leuzinger ESLRs


  1. Possess the literacy skills necessary to understand information from a variety of sources, express and justify an opinion, and communicate effectively




  1. Possess the numeracy skills necessary to logically solve real world problems




  1. Be responsible citizens in the Leuzinger High School community



Leuzinger School Map
4118 W. Rosecrans Avenue

Lawndale, California 90260-1671






Leuzinger Office Telephone Directory




ADMINISTRATORS
Principal, Mr. Mike Ono ................................................................………………….... 310-263-2201

Secretary, Ms. Liz Contreras......................................................................………….….. 310-263-2202



Associate Principal, Mrs. Pamela Brown.................................................………………............ 310-263-2203

Secretary, Ms. Lily Villalobos…... ………………………………………………………………. 310-263-2204



Associate Principal, Mr. Howard Ho ..........................................................................…………310-263-2207

Secretary, Ms. Michelle Williams ………………………………………………………………. 310-263-2219



SUPPORT STAFF
Activities Director, Stephanie Iveland…...................................................................…..............…. ext. 506103

Athletics Director, Mr. Marlon Mendez...................................................................…...........…..... ext. 507109

Campus Security, Mr. Matthew Jones.............................................................................…........... 310-263-2212

Counselor, A – Diaz, Mrs. Donna McCoy................................………………………………….…….... 310-263-2224

Counselor, Dib –Lem, Mrs. Judy Grood .............…..............………………………..…….. 310-263-2223

Counselor, Len – Ramirez, A., Ms. Lorraine Parsons.......…..............………………………..…. 310-263-2225

Counselor, Ramirez, B. – Z, Ms. Carol Erickson........................…..........……...…..…………..…. 310-263-2222
OFFICES
Attendance Office, Mrs. Marisol Arizaga........................................................................….………. 310-263-2231

Attendance Office, Mrs. Angela Chookhae........................................................................….………. 310-263-2230

Cafeteria Manager, Mr. Pablo Martinez...........................................................…...……................. 310-263-2240

College/Career Center, Mr. Cesar Perez……..........................................................…................…. 310-263-2263

Data Processing, Ms. Debbie Frink................................………………….……….…………..………. 310-263-2235

Data Processing, Mrs. Susan Rincon.................................……………………………………………... 310-263-2236

DIS Counselor, Ms. Dana Kelcey…………………………………………………………………………. Ext. 501214

Health Office, Health Aide, Ms. Cynthia White……..………………………………………….......... 310-263-2245

Library, Mrs. Alejandra Moreno..........………………………………………………………………...... 310-263-2260

Records and Transcripts, Ms. Oralia Diaz ....………………………………………........………...... 310-263-2237

Registration Office, Ms. Lilia Villalobos…………………….………………………………………..... 310-263-2204

School Psychologist, Mr. Mark Hurrell............................…………………………….............. 310-263-2253



Student Store, Ms Dianne Diaz ...............………………………………………………............ 310-263-2217

Leuzinger Bell Schedule








President JackForeman(Hawthorne High)

VP Pedro Martinez (Hawthorne High)

Secretary Tamisha Brame Carter (Hawthorne High)

Treasurer Daniel Swearingen (Lawndale High)



Site Representatives Lorraine Parsons

MariaEborn

JJ Oberg


Leuzinger High School Administrative Assignments 2012-2013

Mr. Mike Ono

Mr. Howard Ho

Mrs. Pamela Brown

Mr. Dennis James

Mr. Marlon Mendez

Principal

Associate Principal

Associate Principal

Dean

Athletics Director

Liz Contreras

Michelle Williams

Lily Villalobos

Discipline (9th and 10th)




Budgets

Discipline (Grade 11)

9th Grade At Risk

Assist in Extra-Curricular Duties

Athletic Events

Assigned Evaluaion

Campus Supervision

Discipline (Grade 12)

Attendance

Fundraiser

Club Olympian

Activities

Assigned Evaluations

Attendance Office

Facility Use

Community Outreach

CBEDS

Athletics

Attendance Reports

Incident/Accident Reports

Facilities/Maintenance

Blackboard

Campus Supervision

Back to School Night

Website

Curriculum Clusters:

Curriculum Clusters:

Curriculum Clusters:

Curriculum Clusters:




Social Science

Math

English/Rd 180







VPA

P. E.

ELD







World Language

Science

Honors/AP







CTE

P.E.

Counselors (Career Guidance)







AVID




Nurse Assistant







Administrative Projects:

Administrative Projects:

Administrative Projects:

Administrative Projects:

Ms. Stephanie Iveland

OLT

Computer Lab

Career Center

Campus Supervision

Activities Director

Safety Plan

Discipline/Expulsion

Blackboard

Child Services

Activities

SSC

Facility Permits

Course Syllabi

Blackboard

Hallway Displays

Connect Ed.

Facility Use/Set Up

Discipline/Expulsion

Duties As assigned

Open House/Back to School Night

Title 1

Faculty Handbook

Enrollment/Withdraw

Lunch Time Detention

Top 100

9th Grade orientation

Field Trips

Extra Curricular Supervision Schedule

SART/SARB Meetings

Olympian All-Star

WASC

Graduation

Grade reports

Saturday School

Honor Roll

Faculty Handbook

Parent/Student Handbook

Grade Status

Social Workers Meeting

Freshmen First Day




PFT

Incident Reports




9th Grade Open House




Scanners/Tech./PS Portal

Master Schedule




Website




STAR/CAHSEE/CAPA

Benchmark Testing



Middle School articulation




Weekly Bulletins




School Calendar

Nurse’s Office










WASC

Student Store



Registration










Special Education

Record/Registrar/Data Process.










SST/504

SAT/ACT Prep










Substitute Teachers

Scholarship










Textbooks/Library

School Newspaper










Weekly Bulletins

Senior Events/Awards










Website

Yearbook










Instructional Aides

Special Education










Probation Officers/Meeting

CELDT/PSAT/AP Testing









































































LEUZINGER HIGH SCHOOL










CALENDAR 2012-2013

August




24 Freshman First Day




24 Staff Dev. Day




27 First day of school

November

31 Varsity Football vs. Eastside HS 7pm

2 Varsity Football vs. West Torrance Home 7pm

September

6 CAHSEE ELA (11th and 12th make-up)

3 Labor Day -No school

7 CAHSEE MATH (11th and 12th make-up)

7 Varsity Football vs. North Torrance 7 p.m. Home

7 Collaboration (9:00 a.m. school start)

12 Collaboration (9:00 a.m. school start)

12 Veterans Day – No School

14 Varsity Football @ Lawndale 7pm

15 SSC Meeting 3pm Conference Room

20 SSC Meeting 3pm Conference Room

15 Title I meeting 6pm Auditorium

20 Title I meeting 6pm Auditorium

19– 23 Thanksgiving Break – No School

21 Join a Club day (lunchtime)

28 Collaboration (9:00 a.m. school start)

21 Varsity Football vs. Torrance 7pm Home




26 Collaboration (9:00 a.m. school start)

December

27 Back to School 6pm

7 Varsity Basketball vs. Lawndale 7pm Home

28 Varsity Football @ Hawthorne 7 p.m.

12 Winter Concert 6:30 p.m.




13 SSC Meeting 3pm Conference Room




13 Title I meeting 6pm Auditorium




14 Minimum Day (12:50 dismissal)

October

17-31 Winter Break - No School

2 CAHSEE ELA (12th make-up)




3 CAHSEE Math (12th make-up)

January

5 Varsity Football vs Palos Verdes (Home) 7 p.m.

1-4 Winter Break

10 Collaboration (9:00 a.m. school start)

7 School Resumes

12 Varisty Football @ Peninsula 3pm

8 Varsity Basketball vs. Palos Verdes 7:30 Home

15-19 Spirit Week

9 Collaboration (9:00 school start)

17 PSAT

11 Varsity Basketball vs. Peninsula 7:30 Home

17 STAR Award's Night 6pm

15 Varsity Basketball @ Mira Costa 7:30

18 SSC Meeting 3pm Conference Room

18 Varsity Basketball @ West. Torrance 7:30

18 Title I meeting 6pm Auditorium

21 MLK Day - No School

19 Varsity Football vs. Redondo Homecoming 7 p.m.

22 Varsity Basketbal vs. Redondo 7:30 Home

19 Club Food Sales at Lunch

23 Collaboration (9:00 a.m. school start)

20 Homecoming Dance Renaissance Hotel (LAX)

24 SSC Meeting 3pm Conference Room

22-26 Benchmark Exams

24 Title I Meeting 6pm Auditorium

24 Collaboration (9:00 a.m. school start)

25 Varsity Basketball @ Palos Verdes 7:30

26 Varsity Football @ Mira Costa 7 p.m.

25 Drama Production 6:30 Auditorium

29 End of the First Quarter

23-30 Benchmark Exams




29 Minimum Day (12:50 dismissal)




29 Varsity Basketball @ Peninsula 7:30




30 Minimum Day- Final Exams (12:50 dismissal) End of 2nd QTR




31 Teacher Work Day - No School

February




April







1- Cesar Chavez (No School)

1 Varsity Basketball vs. Mira Costa 7:30 home

2-8 Spring Break

4 2nd Semester begins

9 School Resumes

5 Varsity Basketball vs. West Torrance 7:30 Home

10-16 Benchmarks

5 CAHSEE ELA ( 12th make-up)

10 Collaboration (9:00 a.m. school start)

6 CAHSEE Math (12th make-up)

17 End of Quarter 3

6 Collaboration (9:00 a.m. school start)

24 Collaboration (9:00 a.m. school start)

7 Varsity Basketball @ Redondo 7:30

25 Open House

15 Lincoln Holiday - No School

26 Drama Production 6:30 Auditorium

18 Washington Holiday - No School

29 STAR Testing Window

20 Collaboration (9:00 a.m. school start)




21 SSC Meeting 3pm Conference Room

May

21 Title I Meeting 6pm Auditorium

6-17 AP Exams




14 CAHSEE ELA ( 10th Make-Up)




15 CAHSEE Math ( 10th Make-Up)




16 SSC Meeting 3pm Conference Room




16 Title I Meeting 6pm Auditorium




24 Day of the Teacher, Min. Day (12:50 dismissal)

March

27 Memorial Day - No School

2 Memorabilia Day

29 Collaboration (9:00 a.m. school start)

6 Collaboration (9:00 a.m. school start)

29 Spring Concert

12 CAHSEE ELA (All)

Prom Lalune Palace (Long Beach) DATE: TBD

13 CAHSEE MATH (All)




20 Collaboration (9:00 am school start)

June

21 SSC Meeting 3pm Conference Room

12 Senior Award's Night 6:30 p.m.

21 Title I Meeting 6pm Auditorium

13 Yearbook Distribution 2:00 p.m.

25-29 Spirit Week

13-20 Benchmark Exams

29 Minimum Day

17-18 Senior Final Exams




19 Final list of Senior Fails




19 Senior Picnic/Cap and Gown/Ticket Distribution 8 - 12:50 p.m.




19-20 9th -11th final exams (12:50 p.m. dismissal)




20 Senior Breakfast and Rehersal 8:00 a.m.




20 Graduation




Grad Night Date: TBD




20 End of 4th Qtr.


Instructional Responsibilities/

Policies





Olympian Teacher School Site

Expectations”




  • Post ESLR’s

  • Post School Site Goals

  • Post Leuzinger Vision Statement Poster

  • Anti – Bully Poster

  • Post Standard(s) for the lesson

  • Post FLT

  • Post Agenda

  • Post Current Student work with rubric

  • Academic word wall (Academic Language)

  • Plan and teach standards based lessons Teach bell to bell

  • Complete attendance and ATP forms daily

  • Attend all Faculty and Department meetings

  • Participate Back to School Night and Open House

  • Maintain a current roll-book

  • Comply with all school-site and district policies

  • USE ONLY OFFICIAL SCHOOL HALL PASSES

  • Submit progress reports, grades and grade notices on time.

  • Do not allow students to break school wide rules in your classroom.


Proximity to all students:

  • Moving around the room as much as possible during the period

  • Desks away from the walls so teacher has access BEHIND all students as they work


Course Syllabi
All teachers are required to distribute a course syllabus to every student in their respective classes.
The purpose of the syllabus is to set clear expectations and standards for every student. All students and parents should be aware of what criteria must be met in order to be successful in any class.
Your syllabi must include the following. (See sample on following pages)


  • Course title

  • Name of Class text

  • Your name

  • Required materials for the class

  • Classroom rules

  • Class homework policy

  • Make-up work policy (must not conflict with the California Education Code)

  • Grading Scale

  • Parent Sign off section to verify that parents have read and understand your classroom policies – Optional

  • Statement that “Colleges/Universities do not accept a “D” grade when considering a student for admission.



Advanced Placement English Language & Composition

Teacher’s Name, English Teacher

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Advanced Placement English Language & Composition is a year-long course designed for juniors reading above grade level who intend to demonstrate their achievement in college-level work by taking the Advanced Placement Exam in May. The course is comparable to a first-year college course stressing writing and rhetoric. Students will study literature primarily, but not exclusively, form the American tradition, focusing on prose, essays, and other non-fiction from Colonial times to the present. Furthermore, students will focus on the analysis of style, tone, diction, figurative language, and syntax. The course will also provide on-going, sustained practice in writing essays employing appropriate strategies for responding to various essay prompts. Students will refine their use of logical structure in writing exposition, description, narration, and argumentation. Finally, students will engage in close and critical reading in order to understand the subtleties of meaning in texts as well as the manner in which writers employ order, form, and language to promote audience interest.






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