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National IPAWS Test October 3rd @ 11:18 AM - 11:20 AM

FEMA will be conducting a test of the Emergency Alert System and Wireless Emergency Alerts on October 3rd, at 11:18 and 11:20AM. The alert targets all persons with cellular reception in the United States.

Since learning time will likely be disrupted, school safety partners, including the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Safe and Healthy Students and its REMS TA Center, and the Youth Preparedness group within FEMA's Individual and Community Preparedness Division, are highly encouraging state and local agencies to use the time to provide a teachable moment about emergency preparedness.
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Never Use Your Locker?

Would you like to relinquish it so that another student can use it? Click the headline to fill out the "I'd Like to Give Up my Locker" Form and we will reassign your locker to a new student!
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Pali Ranks #1 In Los Angeles for AP Testing!

With a 52% passing rate, Palisades Charter High School is ranked NUMBER ONE in Advanced Placement Testing for the city of Los Angeles 2017 by the CDE! Congratulations to all our hard-working students, faculty and staff! To see how we compare to other schools in LA, click the headline!
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SpaceX at Maggie Gilbert Aquatic Center!

Late Saturday night, LAUSD District Board Member Nick Melvoin and Senior Advisor Allison Holdorff contacted PCHS on their willingness to make the MGAC pool available to SpaceX in order to test a device that could possibly help the rescue efforts of the soccer team trapped in a flooded cave in Thailand. Nick, Allison and PCHS wanted to do whatever we could to contribute to such a worthy effort and made the pool available to SpaceX engineers from early Sunday morning until about 2:00pm. The Pool was reopened at 2:30pm. We hope our small part in a heroic effort will be of great help to rescue efforts in the future. We’d like to extend a special thanks to SpaceX, Nick and Allison for reaching out to us.
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REMINDER: There are no item drop-offs or pick-ups of any kind on campus between 8:00am and 2:06pm on School Days.

The only exceptions are medications for students, or students themselves.  For medications, the parent/guardian/driver must park in the Stadium/Visitors Parking Lot, walk to the Main Office, sign in and get a Visitor’s Pass, then take the medication to the  Nurse’s Office. The Nurse’s Office will interact with the student to deliver the medication. If you do drop off any items other than medication to the Nurse, they will be sent to Dean's Office. 

Student drop-off for late arrival, or pick-up for early dismissal, may be done in the inset lane in front of the Mercer/Music buildings (not directly in front of the school flagpole), and only if a space in the inset lane is available to pull in. Do not double park. If there is no space in the inset lane, you can park in the Stadium Parking Lot and your student can walk through the Main Tunnel. In either case, the student must report to the Attendance Office.

Any violations of the above will result in 5 lunch detentions for a first offense, with additional consequences for repeat offenders.
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