Principal Victoria Velasquez says Hodge is fortunate to have such supportive parents and staff. By working together, Hodge offers an enriching program to students.
Since 1989, Ms. Velasquez has served as an instructional aide, teacher and District Bilingual Literacy Coach in Azusa Unified. In 2012-13, she was a Los Angeles County Teacher of the Year. She holds a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree from Azusa Pacific University.
COUNT ON LEARNING AT HODGE!
Cougars are Curious & Committed to Learning
• We Ask Questions
• We Take Risks
• We Make Mistakes
• We Persevere
Cougars are College & Career Bound
• We Read to Succeed
• We Think, Discuss, and Collaborate
• We Cite to Write
• We Analyze and Solve Problems
Cougars are Conscientious Citizens
• We Care
• We are Safe
• We are Respectful
• We are Productive
Beginning Tuesday,Sept. 20th TK and Kinder Schedules M,T,W, & F
Early Bird 8:15-1:10
Late Bird: 9:15-2:10
Every Thursday Consolidated Schedule
Grades First -Third
M,T,W, and F 8:15 AM-2:10 PM
M,T,W, and F 8:15 -2:38 PM
M,T,W, and F : Dual Immersion 4th & 5th 3:15 Dismissal
Consolidated Schedule PK-Kinder
Minimum Day 1st-5th:
8:15 AM- 1:15 PM
DISMISSAL & PICK-UP PROCEDURES:
TK-Kindergarten dismisses to a custodial guardian or parent at Gates A & B. Guardians/Parents need to observe traffic and parking rules. Please plan accordingly. There is no parking in the red zone, staff parking lot, circle drive, or by the cafeteria.
In grades 1st – 5th students must know in advance if they are “Walkers” or “Drivers”. Students designated as “Drivers” must be picked up at the valet, semi-circle driveway. “Walkers” must be picked up at the designated gate which is located at the far southeastern side of campus (nearest the park). To ensure safety and productivity during school hours the gate located next to the office will remain locked. Visitors must sign in at the office before entering campus.
No pedestrian pick-up is allowed at the valet pick-up area. All students being picked up by car should know they are to go to the “Driver’s side”. Students are only allowed to enter a car under the supervision of site personnel at the appropriately designated area. All walkers must be picked up at the "Walker’s Gate" by a custodial guardian or parent.
Hodge School Excels
For the second year in a row, Hodge Elementary School received the Title I Academic Achievement Award. Only 56 schools in California are receiving this prestigious award for sustained progress in academic improvement among low-income students. "These schools serve students facing real challenges, and they’ve risen to meet them through hard work and dedication. It is inspiring to see their students achieve more in the classroom today so they can enjoy more opportunity in the years to come,” said State Superintendent Torlakson.