Head Start Now Enrolling
The Head Start Program is now enrolling for Full-Day and Half-Day class. Children must be 3 or 4 years of age before September 1st. Please call (323) 887-7963
Head Start, un programa gratis preescolar, está matriculando para el siguiente año escolar. Si usted tiene un niño/a que cumple 3 o 4 años para el 1° de septiembre, por favor llame at 323-887-7963, para más información.
Live Homework Help targets students in grades K - Adult and provides them with homework assistance in English, Math, Science, and Social Studies. The program is internet-based and connects students with qualified tutors in real time. The service is free and is available in English, Spanish and Vietnamese on the County of Los Angeles Public Library website at:
To access the program students need a County of Los Angeles Public Library card which is available free at any County Library location.
Live Homework help is available in: English and Spanish everyday
from 3:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Live Homework help is available in: Vietnamese everyday
from 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Questions? Call (562) 940-8523
Suva Elementary School is being honored as a 2016 California Gold Ribbon School for boosting student reading comprehension through after-school learning opportunities and new technological tools. The school offers eight-week programs for students who need extra help in honing skills that include use of an online reading program and ways to annotate material.
The Gold Ribbon is California’s highest academic honor.
Suva has the second-largest elementary school population in Montebello Unified. Nearly all students come from socioeconomically disadvantaged homes; more than 50 percent are English learners. The reading program has helped narrow achievement gaps as reading comprehension surges on state tests.
The school’s dedication to preparing students for their future academic success is embodied in its nickname – Suva University.
“Suva Elementary lives by a philosophy of doing our best, never giving up, and making no excuses,” Principal Janice Riddle said. “We will continue to push ourselves to this next degree to ensure our students’ success.”