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Workman Elementary

Hacienda La Puente USD

  • 14000 Workman Street, La Puente, CA 91744

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    New School Year Welcome Letter from HLPUSD Superintendent Dr. Alfonso Jimenez (Click to read)
    First Day of School of the 2020-2021 School Year is
    Wednesday, August 5, 2020
     
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    For more information, e-mail info@hlpusd.k12.ca.us or call
    (626) 933-1000.

    Parents and Announcements

    After School Program will be done virtually! Click here to Learn More.

    Distance Learning from August 5 to December 18.

    Please feel free to contact the front office with any questions.

    Principal's Distance Learning Welcome Message

    Superintendent Distance Learning FULL announcement can be found in our News Section. 

    No Lunch Application need for Fall 2020. Please see the full announcement for more details.

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    Open Enrollment for 2020-2021 is now available!

    If your student is completely new to our school and you would like to enroll them at our school site, please Click Here to begin the registration process. You must have an email address to begin. 

    If you are having issues contact our school, please call 626.933.1000 and press option “0”
    An operator will be able to assist you in contacting your school site.

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    Fall 2020 Distance Learning Schedules are now available!

    Click here to see the full list.

    How to Use Canvas and ClassLink Can Be Found on our Distance Learning Page. 

    Click here to see How to Access ClassLink and Canvas.

    Students and Teachers will be using ClassLink, Canvas and Zoom to continue Distance Learning until December 18.

    Student Sign in to ClassLink

    Here is a video to show you how to login into ClassLink. Thank you Ms. Montes for a helpful video!

    Students, use this video as a guide to signing into ClassLink and some helpful Canvas tips.

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    About Workman Elementary

    Workman Elementary School is located in La Puente, CA and is one of 23 elementary schools in Hacienda La Puente Unified School District. It is a public school that serves about 380 students from Transitional Kindergarten through Grade 6.

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    Athletics and Activities

    Athletics and Activities

    Students have the opportunity to participate in Code to the Future, Project LEAD, Band, Cross Country, Basketball, Art Masters, and Science Olympiad

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    Computer Science
    Students learn computer science and develop the skills they need to be successful in our digital future
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    Band
    Grades 5 & 6 students have the opportunity to learn music theory & learn how to play an instrument.
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    Project LEAD
    Students participate in the democratic process while learning about community & government 
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    Art Masters
    Students learn about murals: the mural making process, and designing and painting a mural.
    Our School

    About Us

    Workman Elementary School is located in La Puente, CA and is one of 23 elementary schools in Hacienda La Puente Unified School District. It is a public school that serves about 380 students in grades Transitional Kindergarten through Grade 6.

    Workman Elementary was named one of California's 2016 Gold Ribbon Schools Award Program. This recognition from the California Department of Education (CDE) seeks to recognize outstanding educational programs and practices. Schools that are selected demonstrate exemplary achievements in implementing state standards in priority areas. 

    Workman Elementary students have the opportunity to learn fundamentals of Computer Coding as part of their daily curriculum. Through this 21st century literacy, students will develop critical thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration skills. Our students are learning to code through the use of Scratch, Scratch, Jr. and Lego's. 

    Students also participate in Project LEAD, which aims to empower students to participate in the democratic process while learning about community and government and being mentored through meaningful participation. LEADers in grade 6 will be attending City Council Meetings with their parents and report to the council on various topics.

    Fast Facts

    Schools

    32

    Expense per Student

    $11,022

    SCAR's

    Enrollment

    22,000

    District Area

    58 Sq Miles

    Superintendent

    Cynthia Parulan-Colfer

    Employees

    1,700

    District Score

    7

    Governing Board