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Meet Mrs. Equihua

Dear Parents,

         My name is Mrs. Equihua and I would like to welcome you and your child to Kindergarten.  I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself and give you a brief overview of my classroom management.  This is my 13th year of teaching.  I am very proud to be at Lucille Roybal-Allard Elementary.  As part of the design team I am very passionate about providing a high quality education.  I am originally from Huntington Park and have chosen to give back to my community by teaching here.  I received my Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies and a minor in Spanish from CSU, Long Beach, and my Master’s of Educational Leadership from CSU, Northridge.  I am also a National Board Certified Teacher. 

         I am looking forward to getting to know both you, and your child, this year.  Kindergarten student will achieve much this year in terms of academic growth, greater self-confidence, and improved social skills.  Good communication between parent, teacher, and student is very important for your child’s academic growth.  Please feel free to make an appointment with me for any day 30 minutes before or after school.

         I would also like to briefly discuss my homework policy.  On most nights, it should average between 20-30 minutes.  Occasionally, there will be no homework.  Generally speaking, we have math and reading homework every night, word study a few nights a week, and writing, social studies and science homework periodically.  Please let me know if you find that your child is regularly taking more than one hour to complete homework, because this indicates that we need to discuss your child’s progress.  If an unusual circumstance prevents your child from doing his homework (sickness, injury, or other serious problem), please send a note with your child in the morning, so that he can be excused for not doing his homework.  Every Monday your child will receive a homework sheet that states the homework expected to be completed throughout the week.  Please review this information daily with your child and return completed work on Friday.  I encourage independent reading for pleasure.  Developing a love of reading is so important to a child’s educational future, and I view reading for pleasure a priority.  We have a great section of books, right in our own school library.  These books are of ALL reading levels, available for students to check out.  Your child is expected to read 15-25 minutes daily as part of their daily homework.

         Everyday your child completes his/her homework will receive a number grade that represents your child completing his/her homework.  These numbers represent the number grades they will be receiving in their report card.  Everyday your child will be receiving a stamp or sticker for excellent or good behavior.  If they did not receive a stamp or sticker that indicates that your child did not follow the classroom rules during the day. 

         If you have any special questions or concerns, do not hesitate speaking with me, send me a note with your child in the morning, or by e-mail.  For parents who use e-mail, I normally check my e-mail daily, and this is often the quickest and most efficient way to get in touch with me, or to discuss any of your concerns.  I will respond promptly. Please feel free to e-mail me (in Spanish or English) at any time, at  Also you can contact me via text or voicemail at 323 441-6905.


                                                                        Mrs. Equihua-Gonzalez

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