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Selma Ave Elementary School
6611 Selma Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Selma Avenue Elementary is located in the heart of Hollywood, just a few blocks east of Highland Avenue and south ofMore Hollywood Boulevard, and is part of the Los Angeles Unified School District. The school serves children of surrounding community from preschool through 6th grade. The school also works with  partners like the YMCA and others to get students involved with their community.
Gardner Street Elementary School
7450 Hawthorn Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046
Established in 1910, Gardner Street Elementary School is part of the Los Angeles Unified School District. It providesMore instruction to children in kindergarten through sixth grade, along with sports programs and various clubs. Kenneth L. Urbina is the principal.
Valley View Elementary School
6921 Woodrow Wilson Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90068
Located just off Cahuenga Blvd West, Valley View Elementary School is one of the smallest school in the Los AngelesMore Unified District. Known for providing a dynamic learning environment for children K-6th grade, the school encourages hard work and inventive collaboration with the community, parents and faculty. Valley View's mission is to teach children in a dynamic and supportive learning environment.
Cheremoya Avenue Elementary School
6017 Franklin Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028

Cheremoya Avenue Elementary School is on Franklin Avenue near Gower Street, and is a part of the Los Angeles UnifiedMore School District. The school's mission is to have a safe haven for students to develop trust and mutual respect among teachers, parents and students who share the common goal  to meet all grade level standards. On the campus, in addition to the regular classes in the elementary school, there are two special education pre-school classes and the state pre-school program. The school's name comes from the cherimoya fruit, because in the early 19th century, groves of cherimoya trees lined the surrounding areas of what is now Franklin Avenue.





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