Students wishing to attend 3rd Street Elementary are required to live within 3rd Street’s attendance area. To determine if you live in our attendance area, please go to LAUSD’s School Finder to check your address. The administration diligently verifies the address information of all incoming and currently enrolled students. Students with falsified addresses will immediately be transferred to their home school.
If 3rd Street Elementary is your home school (school of residence), simply come to the office and enroll your child. If 3rd Street Elementary is not your home school, please see below for enrollment information for non-resident students. The office is available to assist you with enrollment between 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM.
TK / K Age Requirements
Transitional Kindergarten – child must be 5 years old between Sept 2, 2018 - Dec 2, 2018
Kindergarten - child must be 5 years old on or before Sept 1, 2018
State identification (driver’s license, DMV ID Card, Passport, court order)
LAUSD does not accept telephone bills or driver’s licenses as proof of residence. Any documentation offered as proof of residence must show the name of the parent/legal guardian, a current date and the residence address. (Resource: LAUSD’s Attendance Manual Policy & Procedures… [March 2013Version 3.0], Appendix D-1a).
2. Current Verification of Residency
- Rental or lease agreement or property tax bill, AND utility service bill (gas, electric, or water)
3. Other Required Documents for Registration (required upon returning completed registration packet):
- Student’s birth certificate, baptismal certificate, or court order
- Student’s immunization record (see below)
- All forms included in registration packet
Immunization Requirements – Transitional Kindergarten through Fifth Grade (LAUSD BUL-1660.8):
- OPV or IPV: 4-6 years old: 4 doses (3 doses OK if one was given on or after 4th birthday); 7-17 years old: 4 doses (3 doses OK if one was given on or after 2nd birthday)
- DTP: 4-6 years old: 5 doses of DTap, DTP, or DT (4 doses OK if one was given on or after 4th birthday); 7-17 years old: 4 doses of DTaP, DTP, DT, Tdap, or Td (3 doses OK if last dose was given on or after 2nd birthday)
- MMR or MMR-V: 4-6 years old: 2 doses (Both given on or after 1st birthday. Only one dose of mumps and rubella vaccines are required if given separately); 7-17 years old: 1 dose (Dose given on or after 1st birthday. Mumps vaccine is not required if given separately.)
- Hep B or HBV: 4-6 years old: 3 doses
- Varicella (chickpox, VAR, MMR-V, or VZV): 4-6 years old: 1 dose; 7-17 years old: 1 dose for ages 7-12 years
Immunization Requirements - Pre-kindergarten (LAUSD BUL-1660.8):
- OPV or IPV: 3 doses
- DTaP or DTP: 4 doses
- MMR: 1 dose on or after 1st birthday
- Hib: 1 dose on or after 1st birthday (only required for children less than 4 years, 6 months)
- Hep B or HBV: 3 doses
- Varicella (chickenpox, VAR or VZV): 1 dose
Students who live outside of our area of residence may apply for a permit. There are two types of permits: intra-district and inter-district.
1. Intra-district Permit Transfers (school-to-school transfers within LAUSD)
3rd Street Elementary School is in the Los Angeles Unified School District. If you live within LAUSD but 3rd Street is NOT your home school, you need to complete an intra-district permit application, submit any additional proof as outlined here, and complete 3rd Street’s application for permit form. The intra-district permit may also be obtained from 3rd Street or your home school. Please note that the intra-district permit application requires that you first obtain your resident school principal’s signature followed by one from 3rd Street’s Principal Kim.
Permits are granted for the categories below:
- Child Care (Provider resides within 3rd Street school boundaries. Child care affidavit form)
- Parent Employment (One parent/guardian is employed within the 3rd Street school boundaries)
- Specialized Program - Transitional Kindergarten (TK students whose resident school does not offer a TK program)
- Specialized Program – School for Advance Studies (grade K-5 students who meet the eligibility criteria and demonstrate the ability or strong potential to work two years above grade level in academic subjects)
- Specialized Program – Dual Language Korean (grade K-5 students interested in learning both English and Korean)
- Sibling (K-5 students whom have a sibling already attending 3rd Street school on a valid permit)
2. Inter-district Permit Requests (permitting in from another district outside LAUSD)
3rd Street Elementary School is in the Los Angeles Unified School District. If you live outside LAUSD boundaries, you will need to complete an inter-district permit application and submit it online. Questions about Inter-District Permits? Call their department directly at (213) 202-7581.
Request for permits may be submitted to the main office after February 1. Students applying for a SAS permit will be notified by April 13, 2018. Acceptance notifications for all other permits will go out beginning April 17.
Please note that permit applications are not automatically granted and are dependent upon space availability and other factors.
Enrollment Information for Non-Resident Students (PERMITS)
School for Advanced Studies (SAS)
Schools for Advanced Studies (SAS) is a designation given to resident K-12 schools for exemplary implementation of Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) services and support. The primary purpose of SAS is to establish and nurture gifted/talented demonstration sites at resident schools, in order to share innovative, equitable, and effective GATE practices Districtwide. By providing high-quality differentiated instruction with an emphasis on depth, complexity, acceleration and novelty, SAS sites offer high-level academic opportunities that meet the unique educational needs of K–12 gifted learners, identified in the Intellectual, High Achievement, Specific Academic, Creative and Leadership Ability categories or verified based on critical thinking/achievement.
Students residing within the SAS site’s boundaries: Students residing within the school boundaries of a designated SAS site who meet the eligibility criteria will be placed in our school’s SAS program (unless a parent has opted out). Grade K-5 resident students interested in enrolling in the school’s SAS program must inform the office when enrolling. The school will then proceed to verify the student’s eligibility.
Students residing outside the SAS site’s boundaries (but within L.A. Unified boundaries): For the 2019-20 school year, all L.A. Unified students in grades Pre-K–12 who reside outside school boundaries and who meet the eligibility criteria are eligible to apply for SAS participation through the Choices process at either https://goto.lausd.net/ or http://echoices.lausd.net/. The early application widow opens on Monday, October 1, 2018 and closes on Friday, November 9, 2018. A “Late Application” window is expected to be offered in February, 2019.
Prior to submitting an application, please review closely the sections indicated below to ensure that the application is completed accurately and on time. The application will be removed from the selection process if applicable criteria are not met by the deadline.
SECTION A: SCHOOLS FOR ADVANCED STUDIES APPLICANTS
Student has met program-specific eligibility criteria outlined in Section B. It is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to verify with the current school of attendance if the applicant has met the criteria before applying.
Student is residing within the L.A. Unified boundaries at the time of application and while participating/enrolled in the program.
SECTION B: REQUIRED CRITERIA FOR SCHOOLS FOR ADVANCED STUDIES APPLICANTS
Schools for Advanced Studies (SAS) serve students who demonstrate the ability or strong potential to work two years above grade level in academic subjects and meet ONE of the criteria listed below. (All criteria carry equal weight in the selection process.)
FOR A GRADE APPLICANT TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR A SCHOOL FOR ADVANCED STUDIES, THE STUDENT MUST BE VERIFIED AS MEETING ONE OF THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA PRIOR TO FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2018, AT 5:00 P.M.
Student is identified as gifted by an L.A. Unified designated GATE psychologist in the Intellectual, High Achievement, Specific Academic, Creative, or Leadership Ability Category.
Upon receipt of the application, the District will automatically check the applicant’s eligibility through L.A. Unified school records.
If the applicant was identified as gifted in L.A. Unified, but is currently attending a private school, independent charter, or non- L.A. Unified school, the parent/guardian must submit a Verification of Eligibility form to ensure that the applicant is included in the District database.
Student scored in the Standard Exceeded range on the 2018 Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) or received a national percentile score of 85% or above on a District-approved standardized norm-referenced test in both total reading and total math (most recent year only). See Verification of Eligibility form for qualifying subtests.
Student demonstrates the ability to meet ALL FOUR of these critical thinking and problem-solving skills (in primary language):
Explain meanings or relationships among facts, information, or concepts that demonstrate depth and complexity.
Formulate new ideas or solutions and elaborate on the information.
Use alternative methods in approaching new or unfamiliar mathematical problems.
Use extensive vocabulary easily and accurately to express creative ideas.
The school of attendance will determine if your child demonstrates all four skills for this criterion (Four Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving Skills). Applicants verified through the four critical thinking and problem-solving skills criterion must also demonstrate the ability or strong potential to work two years above grade level in academic subjects. NOTE: Kindergarten SAS applicants must also be verified using the Schools for Advanced Studies (SAS) Kindergarten Readiness Checklist.
REQUESTING VERIFICATION FROM CURRENT SCHOOL OF ATTENDANCE
Complete the student and parent information sections, sign and date.
Hand deliver or mail the applicable form(s) to the student’s current school of attendance, giving the school permission to complete all required sections.
Call the Choices Support Line at (213) 241-4177 to request that the Verification of Eligibility form and the SAS Kindergarten Readiness Checklist, if applicable, are sent to the student’s current school. Please have the current school name, address and phone number available.
SUBMITTING VERIFICATION FORMS
Once the Verification of Eligibility and SAS Kindergarten Readiness Checklist, if applicable, have been completed by the school of attendance, parents/guardians or school site personnel must submit the completed and signed form(s) by Friday, November 9, 2018. The Verification of Eligibilityand SAS Kindergarten Readiness Checklist, if applicable, must be submitted in a sealed official school envelope with the principal’s signature across the sealed side. (Do not submit either form with the application.) Late forms will not be accepted.
P.O. Box 513307
Los Angeles, CA 90051
L.A. Unified Headquarters/Unified Enrollment
25th floor reception desk
333 S. Beaudry Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90017
NOTE: Prior to the deadline of Friday, November 9, 2018, it is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to call the Choices Support Line at (213) 241-4177 to confirm receipt of the completed forms (Verification of Eligibility and SAS Kindergarten Readiness Checklist, if applicable). Parents/guardians will not automatically be notified when forms are received.
For additional information regarding the application and student selection process or for information regarding verification of eligibility, refer to the 2019-2020 Choices brochure, call the Choices Support Line at (213) 241-4177 or visit echoices.lausd.net.
In 2018, LAUSD changed its enrollment process for incoming families interested in dual language programs. The on-time application window for the 2019-2020 academic year is October 1 – November 9, 2018. Families interested in coming to 3rd Street for our Korean dual language program will now have to apply online at:
Provisional placements will be annouced beginning in March 2019. By April 2019, parents must accept or decline their student(s') placement(s) eletronically via the parent registration website.
Further information about the application process, guideline and selection criteria can be found at: http://echoices.lausd.net/DLP/DlpLottery. A Dual Language FAQ is also avaialble at http://echoices.lausd.net/eChoicesFaq?t=m.
Korean Dual Language Program (KDLP)
Register for one of our 2018-19 tours here.
Monday, October 1: - Friday, November 9: Early registration window for Korean Dual Language Program and SAS permits at eChoices.lausd.net
Thursday, October 11: Prospective Parent Meeting 1 @ 9:00 AM - 3rd Street Elementary - Information Session and Tour
Wednesday, November 14: Prospective Parent Meeting 2 @ 9:00 AM - 3rd Street Elementary - Information Session and Tour
Beginning February 1, 2019: Intra-District Permit application window for 2019-20 opens
Wednesday, February 13: Prospective Parent Meeting 3 @ 9:00 AM - 3rd Street Elementary - Information Session and Tour
TBD: Prospective Parent Meeting 4 @ 4:00 PM followed by Open House - 3rd Street Elementary
April 22: Kindergarten registration window opens. Enrollment assistance available in the main office between 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
May 6: Grade 1-5 registration window opens. Enrollment assistance between 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM. Permit acceptance notification window for all categories opens.