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Broadway Mandarin Immersion Program Accepting Enrollment Packages

The Mandarin Immersion Program at Broadway Elementary is accepting enrollment packets for the 2012–2013 school year. They are available in the main office at Broadway Elementary School. The office hours for picking up enrollment packets are 7:30am to 3:30pm, Monday through Friday.

Broadway Elementary School Venice

From Broadway Elementary:

Have you picked up your enrollment packet for the Mandarin Immersion Program for the 2012–2013 school year? Due to the popularity of the program, space is very limited and time is running out! There are only 2 days (enrollment is closed as of 3:30 pm on April 20) left for children who 1. Live within Broadway’s boundaries (including siblings of current students); 2. Children living outside of Broadway’s boundaries, but within Local District 3. Between now and 4/20 Broadway will be accepting enrollment packets from other school districts.

 

The packets are available in the main office at Broadway Elementary School. Incomplete enrollment packages will not be processed or accepted. Permits are NOT required at the time of enrollment. Please bring all required supporting documents along with your completed enrollment form.

Enrollment Your Residence Area Your Enrollment Window Priority
1 Within Broadway’s boundaries; siblings of current students 3/26/12 – 4/20/12
2 Outside of Broadway’s boundaries, but within Local District 3 4/9/12 – 4/20/12
3 Other local districts in LAUSD 4/16/12 – 4/20/12
4 Other school districts 4/19/12 – 4/20/12

Incomplete enrollment packages will not be processed or accepted. Permits are NOT required at the time of enrollment. Please bring all required supporting documents along with your completed enrollment forms.

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