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Marianna Bear Clubs


    Rocketry ClubModel Rocketry Club will Meet in the Auditorium Thursdays 2:45-3:45 (Final meeting before launch: May 11th, May 18th, and May 25th ) *Launch date will be on Saturday, June 3rd at Santa Fe Dam* 

Robotics Club  Meetings in Room 11 2:45-3:45 on Wednesdays...Session 3: May 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, and 31st)


STEM Club  meetings on Mondays in Room 13 2:45-3:45.  ***Meetings completed*******

Contact Us

Marianna Avenue Elementary School

4215 Gleason Street

Los Angeles, CA 90063

Phone: (323) 262-6382

Principal: Rafael Escobar

Marianna Gifted

College Spirit Day

Marianna Bears are College Bound! Students, teachers and staff are encouraged to wear college gear EVERY Friday.


School Hours Grades ETK-6: 8:11 a.m. to 2:35 p.m.

Banked Time Tuesdays ETK-6: 8:11 a.m. to 1:35 p.m. (August through April)

PAL (4 hours, 30 minutes): 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.


Minimum Day Schedule: 8:11 a.m. to 12:40 p.m.

Shortened Day Schedule: 8:11 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Open Enrollment for the 2017-2018 School Year


Bring a utility bill (light, gas, or water), child's birth certificate, and child's immunization records

Upcoming Events




June 2nd 1:45 p.m.





School is back in session on August 16, 2017








A Message From The Principal ...

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The School year is almost over.  I want to thank our parents, teachers, and all of our school personnel for their dedication and for working tirelessly to ensure our students achieve academic and social success.

The Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) test is upon us. This is an extremely important test that your son or daughter needs to do their very best on.  It is one of the measures that the State and District uses to determine how well your child is doing in school. Please talk to your son/daughter about how it is critical that he or she do their best on the SBAC.



Should you ever have any questions or concerns please feel free to come by my office or call me (323) 262-6382. If you need to reach me after 4:30 you can email me at:


Parent Compact- Parents Compacts will be mailed home this month. Please take the time to review it with your child.


School Parking Lot - Students are not to come onto campus in the morning, or leave to go home in the afternoon through the school parking lot. This is unsafe as cars are continually coming in and out of the parking lot. 


School Wide Positive Behavior Intervention and Support- We want to remind you that our DFP team meets once a month to discuss school wide rules and discipline issues. Please see Ms. Campos or Dr. Escobar if you would like to be a member for the team. Flyer will follow.


College Spirit Fridays- Students are allowed to wear college & Marianna Spirit T- shirts every Friday.


Hot Beverages- As the weather is wet and cold; I want to remind parents that Students are not allowed to bring hot beverages to school.In order to avoid burn injuries, please have your child drink their hot beverages before they arrived to school.


Box Tops- We continue to collect Box Tops to raise money for our school. The forms are available for pick up in the office.


Uniforms- We appreciate your support with school-wide uniforms. The students look great and it helps them to focus on what its important - EDUCATION. Our uniform vendor, Alvaro 625-536-5556 is at the front of the school every other Monday.


Discipline Foundation Policy Committee - We have great students at Marianna Avenue! Very few of our students are referred to me because they are not following the rules. As a reminder, our Discipline Committee meets once a month to discuss any issues that may arise regarding our positive school discipline. We need your help parents. If you would like to be part of this committee, please contact the office. 



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LAUSD Volunteer Application



Parent PASSPORT: We invite you to register for Passport; we will be having weekly workshops in the parent center to assist you with the registration process


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Events, Meetings, and more

May 30th: Free Dress Begins



June 1st-9th: Students have free dress daily

June 2nd: Multicultural Day Parade at 1:45

June 5th and 6th:  Natural History Museum Visits Marianna

June 6th: Talent Show

June 7th:  6th grade kickball game and picnic

June 8th: PAL Culmination at 1:30 p.m.

June 9th: Last Day of School: Dismissal at 12:40 p.m.

June 9th:  Culmination (9:00 a.m.) and 6th grade dance (10:30 a.m. and 12:40 p.m.)


School Begins August 16th


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School Uniform

Students are expected to wear uniforms on a daily basis, with the exception of designated Free Dress Days and College Spirit Day. 


Navy blue, blue, or white collared shirts

Marianna shirts

Navy/khaki pants or shorts


Navy blue, blue, or white collared shirts

Marianna shirts

Navy/khaki pants, shorts, skirts, or dresses

School Nurse

Ms. Medina, our school nurse, is here on Wednesdays. If your child requires medication at school, please contact Ms. Medina as soon as possible.

Parking Lot

Parents and students are NOT allowed to walk-on our campus through the parking lot AT ANY TIME. Only staff is allowed to DRIVE-IN. Please help us avoid an accident.

Box Tops for Education


We are continuing to collect "Box Tops" to raise money for our school. "Box Tops" can be found on many popular brand name grocery items. CLICK HERE to find products with "Box Tops". Just cut them out and send them to the Main Office to support our fundraiser.

Traffic Safety

Please do not park or stop on the red bus zone in front of the school. Do not drop off your child in the middle of the street. Student safety is our number one concern.