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Non-Discrimination Statement:
The Los Angeles Unified School District is committed to providing a working and learning environment free from discrimination, harassment, intimidation and bullying.
The District prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation and bullying based on actual or perceived race or ethnicity, gender/sex (including gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, and pregnancy-related medical conditions) sexual orientation, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental status, marital status, registered domestic partner status, age (40 and above), genetic information, political belief or affiliation (not union related), a person's association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics, or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law, ordinance, or regulation in any program or activity it conducts or to which it provides significant assistance.

For inquiries about District policies and procedures related to student-to-student, student-to-staff and staff-to student harassment/discrimination, including how to file a harassment/discrimination complaint contact:

Educational Equity Compliance Office

Julie Hall-Panameño
LAUSD Section 504 and Title IX Coordinator
(213) 241-7682


For inquiries or complaints related to employee-to-employee, student-to-employee, or work/employment related discrimination or harassment, contact:

Equal Employment Opportunity Section
(213) 241-7685


Both offices are located at:

Los Angeles Unified School District
333 South Beaudry Avenue - 20th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90017

Hawkins Daily Announcements

Want to know what's going on at Hawkins? Keep up with the latest and the greatest by checking our Daily Announcements - Week of May 22nd - Click here!

S.E.R.Á (Students Who Educate to Resist and Advocate)


We are a student led organization that focuses on educating immigrants on their rights. We are here to spread the word about I.C.E and how they are taking immigrants away from their homes and taking them back to their country without consent. That’s why our organization has started because people in our community aren’t talking about or doing anything about it because they either don’t have tools to help them or are afraid of what might happen to them. First we must educate before we retaliate.


Some of the past events we held so far is Educating not Deportation,  Canvassing, and a Know Your Rights Assembly.  The Educating Not Deportation assembly was put together for multiple purpose meaning to make sure that people are aware of our movement and to let people in the community know about immigration rights. The purpose behind canvassing was to know where need to educate our community. We also wanted to get more community members involved in our movement. Another future event we are hosting on May 20, 2017 called S.E.R.A For The Community. We are going to give information immigration and what the community can do to protective themselves whenever faced with ICE.

For more information and how to get involved  come to room 430 Ms. Gaspar classroom in CHAS!

Boys Soccer wins thrilling semifinal game to advance to the championships

On Tuesday, February 28th, the Boys Soccer Team had a thrilling comeback win on the road in the CIFLACS Division II Semifinals against #2 ranked Poly HS downing the Parrots 2 - 1. Trailing the Parrots 1 - 0 at halftime, the Hawks tied the score on a spectacular goal started on a throw-in by senior Kevin Rodriguez who found junior Christopher Coreas in the box who finished the play with a goal on an amazing bicycle kick bringing the game to 1 - 1. After an injury stoppage, a determined Jose Cervantes, senior forward, took the ball in the offensive end of the field and found the back of the net pushing the Hawks into the lead for the final score of 2 - 1. Freshman goalkeeper Ernesto Martinez had several big saves during the game to preserve the win for Hawkins.


The win puts the Hawks in the CIFLACS Division II Finals against the Mendez HS Jaguars on Friday night, March 3rd, at 7:00pm. The game will be played at Los Angeles Valley College and more information will be available about tickets and fan support soon.


We hope that you can get out to the game and support our Boys Soccer team as they try to bring home the Championship!


Varsity Team Photo




Los Angeles Valley College

5800 Fulton Ave

Valley Glen, CA 91401

Boys Basketball Team Advances to the City Section Championship Game

The Boys Basketball Team defeated the Tigers of Legacy High School by a score of 43 - 37 on Friday night at the Hawkins Gym. The Hawks were led by sophomore Isaiah Mitchell who dropped in 20pts followed by sophomore Carl Adams who added 8pts. In what proved to be a defensive battle that saw several 2nd half lead changes the Hawks pulled away in the 4th quarter sparked by a key 3-pointer by junior Kei'vaughn Hatter and several big defensive plays by senior Christopher Delgado.


The Hawks will take on Eagles of Chavez HS for the CIFLACS Division IV Championship on Wednesday night, March 1st, at 7pm at Sotomayor High School. Come out and support the Boys Team as they play for the title and help them bring home a Hawkins Championship!


Tickets for the Game are:

General Admission: $10

Students w/ID: $8


The FAN BUS for students will leave Hawkins at 6pm and will return after the conclusion of the game.


Varsity Team Photo



CHAS Student receives $10,000 Scholarship!

Vanessa Sanchez who is a senior at Community Health Advocates (CHAS), was recently awarded a State Scholarship from Horatio Alger Association worth $10,000. The Horatio Alger Association honors individuals who have achieved academically despite adversities. The Association is the largest need based scholarship available to students in the United States and provide National and State Scholarship awards. Vanessa was one of five High School students in Los Angeles to be chosen as a State Scholar for this award. Due to having a GPA of more than a 2.0, showing that she has a need for financial assistance, displaying community service as well as curricular activities at school in addition to providing evidence that she has overcome many personal obstacles, she was awarded this scholarship.    

CHAS Senior V. Sanchez - Recipient of Horatio Alger Association Scholarship
CHAS Senior V. Sanchez - Recipient of the Horatio Alger Association Scholarship

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Hawkins Norms

  • Be Respectful – show due regard for the feelings, wishes, rights, or traditions of others, be appreciative of differences
  • Be Intelligent – show the ability to acquire and apply knowledge and skills, be a life-long learner, strive to learn new things
  • Be Dignified – demonstrate the state or quality of being worthy of honor and respect
  • Be Empowered – show strength and confidence, esp. in controlling one’s life and claiming one’s rights, be responsible for yourself and for others, be safe and ensure the safety of others, be honest and face the truth
  • Be Resilient – possess the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness, persevere through difficult task

Every Student Matters at Hawkins

Every Student Matters at Hawkins


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