Hollywood High School

WELCOME TO THE WORLD FAMOUS HOLLYWOOD HIGH SCHOOL - HOME OF THE SHEIKS! Apply for lunch online at www.myschoolapps.com - Register for your Parent Portal account at parentportalapp.lausd.net to monitor your child's assignments and grades on Schoology. Remind students to use their ALEKS account to practice math and their AR and NewsELA account to practice reading and writing.

News and Announcements


To provide additional locally controlled school funding, the Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education voted to place Measure EE, a 16 cent per square foot local school funding parcel tax, on the ballot in a special election on June 4, 2019. If approved by two-thirds of voters, Measure EE would provide local school funding to help improve instructional environments by reducing class sizes, attracting and retaining high-quality teachers and school employees, and providing quality instructional programs, resources, and materials.
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Class of 2019 Senior Portraits

Senior Portraits for the Class of 2019 will take place between Monday, July 23 to Friday, July 27 in the small gym. Students and families must call Lifetouch Prestige Portraits at (626) 577-7012 to confirm their appointment time or make an appointment.
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PHBAO Parent Conferences 03-21-19

Families welcome to PHBAO Parent Conference Night on Thur., Mar. 21. Advanced Placement/GATE Parent Meeting 4:30pm, Informational Booths & Report-Card Pick up 5pm, Parent Conferences from 5:30-7:30pm. See Schoology for details.
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Inviting you to participate in our "Bring Your Parent to School day" on February 14, 2019 (Thursday) from 8am-3pm. Check in at the Parent Center to get your student's schedule, a campus map, and to register for the Parent Portal. You are welcome to go with your child to their classes and learn the lesson of the day. Also, there is a Special Education Parent Meeting in Room 402 at 8:30am and at 3:15pm. Hope you can make it to Open House at Hollywood High school!
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All students are welcome to join L.A.C.E.R. SUMMER PROGRAMS starting June 18th - July 20th, Monday - Thursday 12pm - 4pm. Students, please register at the LACER Office in Room 603 (Cafeteria) or Hollywood High School's Main Office.

The following classes are offered: Summer Bridge, Dance Guard, Marching Band, Hollywood Live, Sports, College Prep, Mix Media Art, Recording & Production and Field Trips. See flyer for more information.
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Hollywood High School Graduation Commencement

Wednesday, June 6th, 2018 at 5PM sharp at the Hollywood Bowl! All friends, family, and school community partners are welcome to attend, no tickets are required but there is a parking fee. A limited number of reduced rate parking passes will be available for purchase at the student store the week of graduation.
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Over 60 students complete the PASS Program

The Performance Assessment Student Support (PASS) Program provides an opportunity for students to demonstrate their mastery in a subject they were not successful in the first time around. Through a series of clusters and modules and with the support of teachers, students are able to review, study, test, and pass courses at their own pace. Click on the video to learn more about the program and the secret of its success!
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Dear Parents and Guardians,
At Hollywood High School, we care about the safety and well-being of our students, and are committed to creating safe, productive school environments so your child can learn and thrive for success. Our school’s climate focuses on safety, teaching and learning, interpersonal relationships, and building an environment of support and mutual respect.
As part of our commitment to creating safe, supportive school environments, the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) promotes the “School Climate Bill of Rights,” which is displayed at all school sites. The bill outlines LAUSD’s overarching commitments to providing a positive, productive, safe school climate that gives our students the environment they need to learn and succeed.
The School Climate Bill of Rights is part of the District’s larger effort to transform our discipline policies from traditional approaches toward more restorative practices. These efforts include:
Restorative Justice (RJ): Approaches that build community and resolve student interpersonal conflict by getting to the root cause of an issue and repairing harm through respectful dialogue.
Alternatives to suspension: Alternatives to suspension for appropriate offenses to keep our students in class and on track to graduate college-prepared and career-ready.
Positive behavior interventions and support: Interventions that reduce suspensions, increase attendance, improve academic performance, and provide support from all school employees.
Thank you for your support of our efforts to create a positive school climate for every LAUSD student.
Dr. Eleanor Murray-Walker
Restorative Justice Adviser
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