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In honor of drug and violence awareness month, Brooklyn will be holding  Red Ribbon Week from October ​22nd-26th. During this week, different themes are assigned each day for us to follow in order to ​support drug prevention support drug prevention​​!    Here are the themes:

Monday (22nd)  Sock it to Sock it to Drugs! ​​- Wear  your craziest  socks to school.
Tuesday (23rd) Put a Cap on Put a Cap on Drugs!  ​​- Wear your favorite  hat to school. 
Wednesday (24th) Get Red of Drugs!  - Wear red accessories​, such  as sweaters,  scarfs, red ribbon wrist bands to  school. 
Thursday (25th) Drugs are Shady!  - Wear  your favorite sunglasses to  school.
Friday (26th) Stand United Against Drugs!  -  Wear your  Brooklyn  t-shirt to  school.

Sock-it To Drugs Monday

Put A Cap on Drugs Tuesday

Get RED of Drugs Wednesday

Drugs are Shady - Thursday

Stand United Against Drugs- Friday

Brooklyn Presents STEM FEST

On February 15th, 2018 Brooklyn presented STEM FEST.  Our teachers and staff presented projects in science, technology, engineering, and math.

STEM Fest Presentation

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Anti-Bullying Poster Contest

 Thank you to all our students who participated in our poster contest.  Thank you Lerma Law Offices and So-Cal Burgers for providing the prizes!

Anti- Bullying Posters

Halloween Festival

Vision and Mission


Brooklyn Avenue School students will be resilient life-long learners who are critical thinkers and effective communicators, guided by integrity, a passion for knowledge, and a commitment to positively contribute to a diverse society.



Brooklyn Avenue School will work collaboratively with all stakeholders to create a respectful, caring, and positive TK-8th learning community that will provide students with a rigorous academic foundation in language arts, science, technology, engineering, art, and math to ensure the academic and personal success of all students. 

Brooklyn's Robotics Teams

Brooklyn's Robotics Team, led by Ms.Truong, compete at the VEX Robotics competition at Belvedere Middle School on Friday, February 1st.

The Nightmare Before Christmas

Join us on December 13th for our Nightmare Before Christmas Holiday Program.  There will be two programs one at 8:30 am and one at 1:15 pm.  Please plan to attend only one.

GO EAST Los Angeles

On October 26, 2018 Brooklyn learned more about our GO East LA program.    GO East LA stands for Greater Outcomes East Los Angeles and was created by the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) Board Member Mónica García, East Los Angeles College (ELAC) President Marvin Martinez, and California State University, Los Angeles President William A. Covino.

This program was developed to foster long-term educational and career success for students in East Los Angeles,

The GO East LA program helps students in many ways, such as:

  • Providing guaranteed enrollment into Cal State L.A. and ELAC for freshman and ELAC transfer students who meet minimum requirements
  • Building college awareness through outreach to middle school students and their parents.
  • Promoting guaranteed college entry to middle and elementary school students.

No matter where you would like to go to college, just by being part of this school and our East LA community, it is great to know that we all have at least one seat waiting for us at Cal State Los Angeles.

Middle School Test Scores

See comparison data of Brooklyn Middle School students versus local middle schools.

2018 State ELA Test Scores - 6th- 8th Grade

2018 State MATH Test Scores- 6th- 8th

Attendance Matters at Brooklyn

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Today: 4/18/19
All Day: Spring Break- School closed

College Spirit

Brooklyn Celebrates International Day- Friday, May 25th

David J. Steitz Art Contest

Have you ever wondered where the wonderful artwork that hangs in our Brooklyn Avenue School auditorium came from?  

All the artwork is actually donated and painted by artist and former teacher of Brooklyn, David J. Steitz.  David was an advocate of immigration rights and world peace.  Our auditorium was dedicated to him on June 14, 2007.


This year in celebration of his life and contributions to our school, Brooklyn held an art contest for our K-5th Grade students.  Entries where judged on originality and showing the message of world peace.  


Thank you Ms. Mendoza for leading this art contest and for your donation of all the student prizes.

David J. Steitz Art Contest TK-2nd

David J. Steitz Art Contest 3rd-5th

Lincoln Center Jazz Performance

The Lincoln Center Quintet performs jazz music while teaching 3-5th grade students about jazz music and its' history.  Three performances have been scheduled for this year!

Thank you Volunteers!

Thank you Volunteers!


Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten applications are now available for the 2018-19 school year.

Kindergarten students must be 5 years old by September 1st, 2018.
Transitional Kindergarten must be 5 years old between Sept 2nd, 2018 - December 1st, 2018.


We are currently enrolling K-8th.  Students must live in the area and show proof of residency.




Brooklyn Hosts Student Visitors from China

Guangming Elementary, Banchang Elementary, and Tepingli No. 4 Elementary

On the week of August 20th, 2018, Brooklyn Avenue School hosted students and teachers from 3 schools in China.  Chinese students came to learn about our educational programs as well as learn from the cultural exchanges with our students.

School Spirit Wear

Show your Brooklyn School Spirit by wearing your Brooklyn T-shirt on Fridays.


School Spirit T- shirts ($8)


 PE Uniforms ($18)


Elementary School TK- 5th grade- 8:11 am- 2:30 pm

Middle School 6th - 8th Grade - 7:45 am - 2:52 pm

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