Summer School Medical Guidelines

In compliance with Educational Code Section 49423, no pupil shall be given prescribed medication during school hours except upon written request from the parent or guardian of the pupil and from a licensed physician who has the responsibility for the medical management of the pupil.  Medication includes all pills, drops, inhalants, lotions, ointments, and injections.

School personnel, if authorized by the school administrator, may assist pupils who must take prescribed medication during school hours through the use of the following procedures: Read more

Summer School Extended Care Policy

Extended Care is an after-school program that provides supervised playrooms and playground areas until 5:30 p.m.

Rates

The Standard Extended Care rate is $275.00 per session.  To take advantage of this rate, payment must be made prior to the first day of the session.  If not paid in advance, a $10.00 surcharge will be added to the session rate.

Grace Period Read more

Summer School Dress Code Policy

General Guidelines:

Please dress your child neatly and comfortably, and in a fashion that respects the business of education.

Recommendation:

Four- and five-year-olds should have a labeled change of clothing in their cubbies.

Rules and Regulations: Read more

Summer School Lunch and Snack Policy

General Guidelines:

We encourage you to overpack your child’s lunch with items that won’t perish if left uneaten.  You should supply food (that does not require heating), drink, and utensils on a daily basis.

You may also take advantage of our hot lunch program from choicelunch.  Click here for more information and/or create an account. Read more

Summer Schedules and Rates

     
Full Day

Program Description from the Director

TLC Rings in the Season with a Winter Sing

On Friday, December 20th, TLC presented their annual Winter Sing, entitled "Wee Winter Wonderland."

To see the article from the January 9, 2014, edition of the La Cañada Outlook, click on the attachment below. Read more

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Student Council to Aid City of Hope

Next week, the student council will begin collecting gift cards and unwrapped toys for children in the City of Hope Pediatric Ward.
The idea was brought before the council by eighth-grade student, Ashley Bouchakian. Read more

LCP Student for Typhoon Relief

Author Visits Sixth Graders

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