66th Street Mission
Sixty-Sixth Street Elementary School, in partnership with staff and community will prepare our students to become responsible and productive citizens, embrace life-long learning, be critical thinkers, and live successfully in a multicultural society.
We promote excellence by achieving student mastery of grade level standards to maximize the potential of each student, in a safe and positive environment.
We are committed to provide a balanced curriculum, support programs and practices and an environment that maximizes the potential of each student. This environment offers opportunities in a variety of situations.
Sharing Brings Hope
Lets meet our goal Eagles!
Since 1992, LAUSD has invited 11 of Los Angeles’ most diverse and respected charitable agencies to participate in its consolidated charitable employee-giving ...more
Word of the Week
Tenacity means not readily letting go of, giving up, or separated from an object that one holds a position, or a principle.
If you have tenacity you are not easily discouraged. You are ...more
April 10th through 14th - School will be closed
Student of the Month Assembly
ETK through 3rd grade - April 17th (During our morning assembly)
4th through 6th grade - April 24th (During our morning assembly)
A Pledge to Myself
Today is a new day where I will make the right choices,
A day when I promise to respect myself, others and my school,
Learn all I can, be responsible for myself and practice patience and peace.
Local District South
Superintendent Mr. Christopher Downing
Principal Mrs. Renee Dolberry
66th Street AEMP School
The Los Angeles Unified School District’s Academic English Mastery Program is a comprehensive, research-based program designed to address the language and literacy needs of African American, Mexican American, Hawaiian American, and American Indian students for whom Standard English is not native. The program incorporates into the curriculum instructional strategies that facilitate the acquisition of standard and academic English in classroom environments that validate, value, and build upon the language and culture of the students. (Learn more here)
On Friday evening, March 24, 2017, Mr. Contreras, among other LAUSD employees and community members, received from the LAUSD Board of Education “Hero in Education Award ” plus a “Certificate of ...more
Boys 2 Gentlemen Program at 66th Street