Warren Lane TK-6 Elementary School

An Arts and Technology School

School Overview

Warren Lane Elementary School (WLES) is one of the smallest elementary schools in Inglewood Unified School District. The focus of our school is on arts and technology. It is the home to dedicated faculty, supportive parents, and bright students.

All students receive a challenging and rigorous curriculum based on the California State Academic Standards and moving towards Common Core Standards. Teachers provide high quality educational experiences for all students to help them reach their full potential.

With the support of the School Improvement Grant (SIG), we are able to offer intensive intervention and enrichment programs for students TK-6. By being a recipient of SIG, Warren Lane Elementary School has updated technology for the students and teachers to utilize for instruction (i.e. Chrome Book Laptops and iPads).

In addition to the advancements in technology, WLES has offered additional resources in the areas of reading and math.

The school has invested in Instructional Coaches and Math/Reading Specialists to ensure teachers and students are given adequate support with instruction.

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Meet the Warren Lane Team:

Mr. Steven Donahue

Principal

Franchesca Jones

Office Manager

Our Focus

The main focus of our school is to provide our students with a top quality education that focuses on arts and technology.

We follow the standards of The California State Board of Education, and follow rigorous review and augmentation by The California Academic Content Standards Commission. These standards encompass the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) being implemented across the nation; helping all students get a good education, even if they change schools or move to a different state.

The goal of the California Standards is to better prepare students with the skills necessary for success in college and in their careers. The standards provide a clear and consistent definition of what students are expected to learn in each grade level and define the knowledge and skills that high school graduates need to master.

The standards also focus on rigorous content and application of knowledge through higher order thinking skills and real life application.

Another focus of our school is appropriate behavior. Warren Lane Elementary School has developed a School-Wide Positive Behavior Expectations Matrix. The purpose of this matrix is to implement a whole-school approach to discipline that includes systemic and individualized strategies for achieving social and learning outcomes while preventing problem behavior with all students.

School Highlights

Warren Lane Elementary School has a strong and supportive PTA that works closely with faculty to provide a safe, supportive, and welcoming environment for its students and their families.

In addition, the PTA generates funding for field trips, classroom supplemental materials, technology, and assemblies that would otherwise be impossible to obtain. We encourage our parents to play an active role in their child’s education and in their school.

Intervention programs in the areas of reading and math, such as Read 180 and I Can Learn, have been utilized to ensure academic success in the classroom.

Also, the instructional staff members at WLES receive intensive professional development and time to collaborate as professionals so that they are able to enhance their classroom/instructional practices in the learning environment and increase student achievement.

This professional development and time to collaborate allows the staff members to plan rigorous lessons, determine the best strategies for the academic growth of students, and actively analyze data to monitor the academic progress of students.