Sylvan Park Early Education Center



Topic: “Getting Ready for               


 Time: 3:30 PM in Room 4



What's New At Our School,

Making attendance a priority. Students with good attendance do better in school, have more friends, like school and are more likely to graduate. LAUSD expects all students to maintain a 96% or better attendance rate (missing fewer than 7 days in one school year).


Here are a few tips to improve attendance:

  • Teaching the benefits of good attendance and consequences of poor attendance
  • Creating back-up systems (alternative plans for getting to and from school)
  • Creating morning and evening routines
  • Making your school aware of any issues that may be affecting your child’s attendance


Thank you,

Ms. Claudia Araujo


  • Center hours:  7:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
  • Sign-in at time of arrival and departure.
  • Notify the school at (818) 997-8972 if you are arriving after your child’s contract hours, or if your child will be absent.
  • For safety, only authorized persons on your child’s emergency card and over the age of 18 will be permitted to pick up the child from our school.
  • Payment is due the 1st of the month for fee-paying families.  Fees become delinquent after the 7th of the month, two week termination notices will be given and rescinded if the account is paid in full.

Parent Advisory Committee (PAC)

Thank you for your continuous support and dedication to our school. Thank you for your continuous support and dedication to our school. Come join us on Tuesday Morning March 13, 2018 at our Coffee with the Principal event.

STEAM FEST 2/10/2018

The STEAM Fest at Byrd Middle School was amazing

Local District North East Arts & Lit Fest 2017

Today: 3/23/18

Creative Curriculum

Building Study

In this study, children will expand their knowledge and understanding of building materials and physical forces. They will also explore concepts in social studies related to shelter, jobs, and the purposes of different structures.



Helpful preschool tips:

1. Read to your child every day. (Make it a special time to spend together.)

2. Give everything a name. (Help build comprehension skills early by expanding your child’s language.)

3. Create a daily routine. (This will help your child know what to expect and be able to prepare for it.)

4. Teach safety. (As your child becomes more independent, it is important to remind them to keep themselves and others safe.)

5. Play- (Children learn through play.)