Welcome to Tweedy Elementary School. At Tweedy, our goal is for our students to be college and career ready.
We provide a full and engaging curriculum in a nurturing environment.
Box Tops for Education
Look for them on your cereal boxes, cans, and other items. KEEP CLIPPING and place them in your classroom Box Top Mailbox, or give them to your teacher. Each Box Top is worth 10 cents. This is an easy way to help raise money for our school! For more information on "Labels for Education" click here. Select Tweedy as your school and help us reach our goal!
School Experience Survey
Thank you Parents, Students and Staff for completing the survey!
The Cow came to Tweedy!
Mobile Dairy Classroom assembly was a success!
Ruby the Cow and Timothy (a week year old bull) visited Tweedy Elem on January 25th. Mr. Batista, the Mobile Dairy Classroom Instructor, talked to the Tweedy students about how milk and dairy foods are produced and how they contribute to healthy eating.
They listened attentively and learned about the life of a cow. More than anything the students were excited to have an opportunity to see a real cow and touch Timothy the baby bull. It was an exciting moment for all the students at Tweedy Elem., thanks to the Dairy Health Program and Mr. Batista.
What Students Learn in the Mobile Dairy Classroom:
Acknowledgements and Celebrations
Thought Of The Week
We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope......Martin Luther King, Jr.
TWEEDY EAGLES SOARING HIGH!
REMINDER: Parent-Teacher Conferences Week of 2/27 - 3/3
To ensure the highest quality of education for our Tweedy students, it is necessary to attend the Parent-teacher conferences! They are an essential step in building the bridge between home and school. Parents remember that conferences are a time for both teachers and parents to share information about our students and set up the best educational goal possible. Please communicate with your child's teacher and set up an appointment.
Para asegurar que nuestros estudiantes reciban la más alta calidad de educación en la Escuela Tweedy, es necesario asistir a las conferencias de padres y maestros! Las conferencias nos ayudan a fortalecer la relación entre el hogar y la escuela. Padres recuerden que las conferencias son un tiempo para que los maestros y padres compartan información acerca de nuestros estudiantes y establecer el mejor objetivo educativo posible. Por favor comuníquese con el maestro o maestra y programen una cita.
Dr. Seuss Celebrations
Dr. Seuss Celebration
Theodor Seuss Geisel was born on March 2, 1904, in Springfield, Massachusetts. He published his first children's book, And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street, under the name of Dr. Seuss in 1937. Next came a string of best sellers, including The Cat in the Hat and Green Eggs and Ham. His rhymes and characters are beloved by generations.
NEA’s Read Across America Day is a nationwide reading celebration that takes place annually on March 2—Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Across the country, thousands of schools, libraries, and community centers participate by bringing together kids, teens, and books. Celebrate reading!
El Día de Lectura A través de América de NEA, es una celebración de lectura a nivel nacional que se celebra anualmente el 2 de marzo: cumpleaños de Dr. Seuss. En todo el país, miles de escuelas, bibliotecas y centros comunitarios participan reuniendo a niños, adolescentes y libros. Vamos a celebrar la lectura con los jóvenes.
Theodor Seuss Geisel nació el 02 de marzo de 1904, en Springfield, Massachusetts. Publicó su primer libro para niños, “Y Pensar Que Lo Vi En Mulberry Street,” bajo el nombre de Dr. Seuss en 1937. Luego vino una serie de “best-sellers,” como, “El Gato en el Sombrero” y “Huevos Verdes y Jamón.” Sus rimas y los personajes son amados por las generaciones.
Dear Tweedy Families,
It is an honor to introduce myself as the principal of Tweedy Elementary School. I came here with a strong commitment to serve the students of this community in reaching their goal of attending college and becoming a successful adult in our society. I migrated to the southeast where I received a great public education. As an educator, my heart is in this community to ensure that our students have the same opportunities that have benefited my family and me.
I feel fortunate to lead a school that believes in collaboration to maximize student learning. It is my intention to carry on the work that has already begun to make Tweedy one of the highest performing schools in Southeast Los Angeles. I believe that for us to accomplish our vision, we must build relations and work together as a team.Our competent staff is passionate and committed to educating our children. My goal is to visit at least 25 families over the summer to learn about your unique challenges and expectations. These conversations will be the beginning toward forming a partnership to increase student achievement.
At Tweedy Elementary School, we will have an “open door” policy to encourage families and community to dialogue, collaborate as we face the challenges before us. We look forward to your involvement in the improvement of the school and the decision making process. Together we can create a community of learners and prepare our students for the 21st Century.
Marcos Hernandez, Principal
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SCHOOL SPIRIT DAY
Tweedy Spirit Days for 2016-2017!!
-Aug. 2016 Tweedy T-shirt Day
-Sept. 28th College Day
-Oct. 26th Pink Day- Support Cancer
-Nov. 16th Book Swap Day
-Dec. 21st Pajama Day
-Jan. 25th Sports Day
-Feb. 22nd Super Hero Day
-Mar. World Book Day
-April Light it Up Blue- Autism Awareness
-May Crazy Hair Day
-Aug. Tweedy T-Shirt day
-Sept. College Day
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Students Goal for the Week:
Our goal this week is to have 100% attendance! That means no absences and no tardies.