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Congratulations to members of the Los Altos Academic Decathlon team!

Oscar Avila, Albert Sarkissian  Varsity , Jeremy Chen  Scholastic , Christina  Liao, Tiffany Liao, and Jonathan Tang  Honors  for their effort in this year s  competition held at El Rancho High School.

LAHS Academic Decathlon brings home awards!

The Los Altos Academic Decathlon team: Oscar Avila, Albert Sarkissian (Varsity), Jeremy Chen (Scholastic), Christina Liao, Tiffany Liao, and Jonathan Tang (Honors) for their effort in this year's competition held at El Rancho High School.

 

This year, Jeremy Chen scored a Silver Medal in Interview. Tiffany Liao also received a Silver Medal in Interview as well as a Bronze in Speech and Mathematics. Congratulations!

Academic Harvest Year for AP Chinese students. These students have articles published in the Chinese Newspaper, World Journal.

Academic Harvest Year for AP Chinese students

Congratulations Los Altos Future Business Leaders of America!

Congratulations Los Altos FBLA!

Los Altos FBLA winners:

Congratulations FBLA winners!

 

  • Senior Ikmanpreet Singh placed 1st in the Insurance and Risk Management event. (Advances to State Conference)

 

  • Senior Patrick Akarapimand placed 2nd in Economics. (Advances to State Conference)

 

  • Austin Wang and Christina Liao placed 5th in the Sports & Entertainment team event. (Advances to State Conference)

 

  • Runlong Zhao placed 7th place in Hospitality Management.

 

  • Brittney Delgado placed 8th in Impromptu Speaking

 

  • Alessandro De La Torre placed 7th in Public Speaking

 

  • And Ikmanpreet Singh, Rick Li, and Diego Arcadia placed 9th in the team event for Global Business.

 

Congrats to our LAHS team!! A few of these winners get to advance to the State Conference in Ontario, CA in April.

Dance Team wins 1st place at Sharp Championships!

Dance Team wins 1st place at Sharp Championships!

LAHS Dance Team

Congrats again to our Dance Team who took 1st place this weekend at the Sharp Championships in everything they competed in. They won Lyrical, Hip Hop, and Character routines along with taking home top three individual honors in kicks, toe touches, turns, and jumps. They were awesome!

FBLA experience with Lead2Feed

Click below to see, Los Altos Senior, Britteny Delgado, share her FBLA experience with Lead2Feed.

 

https://www.facebook.com/Lead2Feed/videos/2322484451136702/

Welcome Back Day Photos

Register to Vote

Secretary of State - Voting In California

Parchment Online Transcripts

Online Transcript Ordering is now available through Parchment.  Click on the link for more details.

http://hlpusd-ca.schoolloop.com/records


 



 

Our Ed Royce App Competition Winners went to Washington DC this week to show off their App on Capitol Hill. The students were Christopher Jhaveri, Jason Kwan, Christopher Leung, and Santiago Torres. They represented LAHS very well along with Mr. Palmer. We are very proud of this accomplishment!

Students of the Year

Download the Hero App

Los Altos High School is now a HERO school!

 

HERO encourages positive student behavior choices.  When students demonstrate HERO behaviors, they may earn points toward exciting incentives. We invite students and parents to register your own HERO account so we may keep the lines of communication between home and school open.  Once you register online, you may download the HERO app to receive push notifications about your student’s HERO behavior throughout the day.  Students and Guardians will each have a unique Hero login account.

 

 

To register, follow these easy steps:

1) Go to  https://access.heropowered.com

2) Select the parent or student button

3) Click “Create An Account”

4) Enter name, your email address, choose a password, click “Create user”

5) Click “Add Student”

6) Choose “No” to add your student using their ID Number, Date of Birth, and Last Name.

 

 

Download the Hero App

Once you register online, you may download the HERO app from the itunes or Google Play stores to keep track of HERO behavior history and Hero point balances.

 

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HELPFUL LINKS:

For registration step-by-step instructions, go to:

http://www.herok12.com/resources/Hero-QSG-PSE-Parents.pdf

 

Hero Parent + Student Engagement Tools

http://www.herok12.com/parent-student-engagement

 

Congratulations to scholarship winner Juan Lerma!!!

Congratulations to Patrick Akarapimand!!! American Protege

Open House & 8th Grade Visits

Los Altos Calendar

Today: 4/22/18

California Latino Legislative Caucus Foundation

Deadline June 1, 2018

La Escuelita Elementary Tutoring

La Escuelita Elementary School Tutoring is back at Los Altos. See the images below for more details.



 

We are Rockstars for You! 2017-2018

  
 


 

Contact LAHS

Jeff Hess, Principal

Daniel Monarrez, Assistant Principal

Samuel Pena, Assistant Principal

Jamila Vorise, Assistant Principal

Los Altos High School
15325 Los Robles Street
Hacienda Heights, CA 91745
626-934-5418
Office Hours: 7:00 AM to 4:30 PM

 

Common Core Connections for Parents

LCFF/ LCAP Information Points

LCFF or Local Control Funding Formula

LCAP or Local Control Accountability Plan

  • The Local Control Funding Formula is the new system of allocating State funds to districts.  It consists of Base, Supplemental and Concentration Grant Funding that allocates resources based on the LEA's pupil demographics.
  • The goal of LCFF is to reduce state bureaucracy and increase flexibility and accountability at the local level so that those closest to California's students make the decisions and ensure that pupil needs are met.
  • The funds must be spent to increase or improve services for low income, English Learners and Foster Youth as compared to services for all students.  Districts and schools with higher percentages of those populations of students will receive Supplemental and Concentration Grant Funds in addition to LCFF Base Grant Funds.
  • While there is some level of flexibility, LCFF requires each district to prepare an LCAP that describes for the district, and the schools within the district, goals and specific actions to achieve those goals.  The State requires these goals and actions are developed in each of the 8 State Priority Areas:  Student Achievement, Parent Involvement, Other Student Outcomes, Implementation of Common Core, Student Engagement, Course Access, School Climate, and Basic Services
  • The district and every school are required to meet the goals set out in the priority areas.  Each site will develop their own School Site Plan that is fully aligned to the district LCAP.  The SSC/SDM at each school will set specific goals to increase or improve services to the school's pupils, allocating and approving the expenditure of the Supplemental and Concentration Grant Funds accordingly. 
  • MEANINGFUL engagement of all staff and parent groups is critical to the LCAP and Budget development process at both district and site levels.