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About Us

Marvin Avenue Elementary and Marvin Language Magnet is a diverse community school located 9 miles west of the heart of Los Angeles, in a mixed commercial and residential area. 
The Marvin Ave. Community is composed of our Marvin Ave Community school and our Marvin Ave. Language Magnet.  Our community is comprised of Transitional Kindergarten to Fifth grade students. Special Education services include 2 (two) Special Day classes (K-2 & 3-5), 1 (one) mild to moderate Autism class (K-3) and one Resource Specialists servicing both K-5 students. Our Marvin Ave Language Magnet teaches students a foreign language using a holistic approach to language acquisition.  Students are placed in language classes according to language ability: beginning, intermediate, and advanced.  In essence, students in grades 1st-5th are intertwined to learn speaking, reading, writing, listening, culture and history.  Students and parents may choose from one of four languages to study: Spanish, French, Mandarin and Korean.

News & Announcements

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Behalf of our PTA:

Please bring your cash donation for teachers/staff holiday gift Friday, December 8!
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Math Workshop for Parents

Please come join us for Math Workshop for Parents to learn how to support our child with math fluency using games. December 11. 2023 @ 8:30am at the Parent Center.
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Spelling Bee

All students will have an opportunity to participate in our upcoming Spelling Bee! The event will roll out November 6, 2023 and continue to January 22, 2024!
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FOCUS for Parents & Caregivers

FOCUS (Families OverComing Under Stress) is providing free training to help families manage stress and other mental health concerns. Please join us on Fridays 8:30-10am beginning October 6.


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Our Mission

We, the Marvin Community, will foster a positive learning environment, in which students take pride and ownership of their learning and social well-being to become literate, innovative, productive individuals and problem-solvers so that they seize opportunities and become self-confident citizens in their community.