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Independence Elementary

Los Angeles Unified School District

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    Our Principal

    Our Principal Ms. Qutio, 2018
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    A Diverse Community School

    The vision of Independence Elementary is to cultivate a learning environment where all students CAN and WILL learn in order to be successful in the 21st century. 

    LAUSD 2018-2019 School Calendar

    Way to go Rockets!!

    Mr. Murillo's students at the Southern California Special Olympics!

     Good luck to all the athletes!

    Congratulations to our Indy Robotics team who did a fantastic job at the State Championships this past Saturday!

    Congratulations goes out to our  Indy Rockets Robotics team, who won the teamwork champion award at the recent Vex Robotics Tournament.


    Next up is the San Diego Tournament! 

    Just a reminder,

    We will be commemorating the Presidents Day Holiday on Monday, February 18th so school will be closed on that day. Classes will resume on Tuesday, February 19th and dismissal will be at 1:09p.m


    Solo un recordatorio,

    Conmemoraremos el día festivo del Día de los Presidentes el lunes 18 de febrero, por lo que la escuela estará cerrada ese día. Las clases se reanudarán el martes 19 de febrero y la salida será a las 1:09 p.m.

     Parent Conferences will take place all this week



    Students will be dismissed at 1:34pm all this week. 

    So proud of our Dual-language students and parents for creating a wonderful Dia de Los Muertos altar- celebrating Hispanic Heritage and Culture!

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    School Hours

    Instructional Hours

    • 7:50 am - 2:12 pm


    • 7:50 am - 1:09 pm

    Minimum Day

    • 7:50 am - 12:59 pm 

    Shortened Day

    • 7:50 am -1:34 pm

    After-School Programs

    • 2:12 pm - 6:00 pm 

    LAUSD Parent Portal

    7 Absences or Less

    Please join us in reaching our goal of 96% attendance!  This means that students must have:

    • No more than SEVEN TOTAL absences in the entire school year.

    Attending school regularly helps children feel better about school and themselves. Creating a habit of good attendance is important.  Good attendance will help children do well later in high school, college, and work.

    • Be sure to come to school every day

    • Be in the gate by 8:10 a.m.

    • Stay healthy by washing your hands, going to bed on time and eating nutritious meals

    • If your child has a doctor or dentist appointment, please bring him/her to school before or after the appointment