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Los Angeles, CA
Students enrolled: 456
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7450 Hawthorn Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90046

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(323) 876-4710
(323) 878-0954
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December 01, 2014
We decided on going to Gardner over our local 'high rated' charter school and we are so happy that we did!!!! My daughter started kindergarten this year and she absolutely loves everything about this school. The new principal is great and I feel has made a huge difference in making this a top school. My daughter's teacher is Ms. Sarah and she is absolutely incredible: attentive, caring, sweet, intelligent and most of all, knows how to have the right balance of play and academics. I was incredibly nervous about my daughter entering LAUSD and whether she would thrive in this environment. She came from a small, private, play based, reggio pre-school and I was worried she wouldn't do well in a more academic school. But Gardner has created an excellent balance of social/emotional development, academics and creativity. I especially love their 'writers workshop,' and the after school STAR program. My daughter has truly blossomed since attending this school.

- submitted by a parent
November 11, 2014
I am personally offended by the comment written below! The principal at the school has implemented so many wonderful programs. These programs are Writing Workshop, Council ( this fosters social,emotional and community development), and purchasing leveled libraries for each classroom. The stakeholders at Gardner work hard to implement additional educational programs. They have funded a music program, a physical education program, computer lab, gardening class, and an art lab. The teachers and staff members are constantly working together. We share ideas, acitivities, and collaborate on our lesson plans. Most of the faculty puts countless of unpaid hours to develop the curriculum for their students and well being of the school. We do this with love, passion, and dedication. The parents and families at the school are amazing. My classroom parents are always there to volunteer in the classroom, help fix my computers, assist in art lab, volunteer in the PTA, the list goes on! Gardner is so lucky to have the best principal, best teachers, best staff, best parents, and the best students. Anyone would be lucky to be a part of this nurturing community!

- submitted by a teacher
October 16, 2014
Horrible school!!!!! Rediculous policies!!!!! Constant lice outbreaks!!!! Not challenging enough curriculum!!!! Horrible teachers and rude staff!!! With new principle school became a disaster!!!!

- submitted by a community member
September 18, 2014
This school had changed in positive way with new principal Mr. Rosner, who is dynamic, attentive and full of new ideas for our kids. School coordinator Ms. Lali been great and available to assist with parents concerns, she is sooo wonderful that I can't even find words!!office people are pleasant -especially Mrs.Prado who's been there for many years. Just want to mention amazing teachers Mrs. Lissitsyna, Ms. Chung, Mr. Mark who very professional, patient, enthusiastic . It is just my opinion but I believe every teacher there is awesome, campus looks clean ( thank you Mr. Mario), garden is a little bright and peaceful place. I wish though they had more shades around field- so kids would have place to read, communicate without being exposed to direct sunlight during PE, recesses or before/after school. Overall it's a Wonderful school !

- submitted by a parent
September 07, 2014
Gardner Street Elementary is finally becoming the school it should have been. The campus is clean, grass is growing, the garden is flourishing, and most importantly, the teachers are teaching. The new principal has taken some heat for demanding high standards out of his staff, but the teachers that have remained and the new teachers hired are excited to be at the school, their classrooms are beautiful, and they are taking on Writer's Workshop which has already made a difference in my child's life! I can't believe the difference in writing since it started. Change has been hard for some parents, but our kids are the bottom line and THEY are the direct beneficiaries of our new principal that keeps there needs at the forefront of the schools new vision. I'm grateful to have a public school that I am proud of, can walk to, and where I know my child is in good hands.

- submitted by a parent
September 02, 2014
This is my second year at this school, it's my neighborhood school (although we had other options) and I feel that the school keeps getting better and better. Twice weekly music and PE classes, weekly visual arts classes, and edible garden program, a bright and clean campus, a functioning website that is a font of information for parents - those are but a few of the positive changes that the new principal has brought with him. We've got strong group of teachers, staff and parents who are vested in creating a community - that's what leads to the more obvious indicators of a successful school (high tests scores, loads of enrichments, etc etc). The new principal has also encouraged and fostered a cooperative spirit by hosting and attending parent meeting and having an open door policy - and if you pop in his office and find his door closed, you can bet it's because he's spending time with students, helping a new family transition or meeting with teachers to share his ideas on educating our kids.

- submitted by a parent
August 24, 2014
My older child attended Gardner Elementary School where the teachers are wonderful, administrators are professional and there is always a pleasant atmosphere. My son is a high school student now, but he remembers his elementary school teachers really well; especially Ms. Popova. She is the best teacher he has ever had. She is very professional, enthusiastic, patient and kind. She knows how to find a special approach to every child and helps kids succeed. My son still remembers all the exciting projects they did during the year and the activities she had planned for them. My younger daughter is in first grade now, but unfortunately she was not able to get into Ms. Popova s class because they only assign English language developmental students now. This was very upsetting for us, but we know that it is a real fortune for whoever filled that spot and they are in for a terrific experience!

- submitted by a parent
August 21, 2014
I can't believe the difference in this school since we first arrived! The halls are brighter, the floors are shining, there's grass on the field ... the feeling when we walked in on the first day of school this year was amazing. The school looks great and you can feel a definite change in the energy now!

- submitted by a parent
August 21, 2014
We are so excited (and relieved, frankly) to see the positive changes in our neighborhood school

- submitted by a parent
August 21, 2014
Gardner Street is wonderful school. The teachers and staff are very caring and the school community is wonderful diverse. Our child is receiving an excellent education there, supplemented by parent-funded programs.

- submitted by a parent
August 21, 2014
I'm so thankful to have Gardner Street as our local elementary school. We have met so many lovely children in our neighborhood and our daughter loves walking to school with her friends every morning.

- submitted by a parent
August 15, 2014
This is a wonderful school with caring and qualified teachers. The school grounds are kept clean and many improvement projects are taking place. The principal and office staff are friendly and always available. When I have any concerns or problems they listen carefully and always follow through on them. I am grateful to have my son continuing at Gardner elementary.

- submitted by a parent
August 12, 2014
School has no structure. With the new pricipal things are not going so well. So sad it used to be such a great school. As a parent I'm very unsatisfied.

- submitted by a parent
August 11, 2014
This was a wonderful, kind community elementary school until last year. With the new principal, things have taken a sad turn. Teachers have been fired, some resigned due to the atmosphere of micromanagement and fear which rules the school now. Children beyond K level are not allowed to each lunch in the cafeteria all the tables are put away, so the kids are always outside rain or heat; a great, flexible and affordable afterschool program Aviva has been forced out after 15 years of operation; fundraising efforts are greater than ever, but no transparency of where the money goes; parents are yelled at and disrespected by the principal, every situation is escalated; when parents complain of bullying or children come home daily with scratches, his response is your son should have been stronger or he s a boy what do you expect ? The school s ranking has gone up significantly over the last several years due to several designated gifted classes well, that s over now. All kids are mixed together so the lowest common denominator will be the norm - a total disconnect from the wishes of the majority of parents. Thank god this is our last year - so sad for the school.

- submitted by a parent
July 15, 2014
My daughter had her best year of school ever this past school year and I believe it was due to the great leadership of the new principal and her wonderful teacher. This year all the kids had music, pe, and computer lab twice a week with teachers specializing in those subjects and art once a week in the new art studio. That's all new and it was brought in by the new principal. Several times I had concerns and he was either available for an unplanned meeting (the door is almost always open to parents) or I was able to make an appointment to see him later. It is clear he is making changes and implementing new programs at the school. Some people always get upset by change, but I have seen positive results and believe that for every negative person upset by the changes there are many more who are looking forward to what's next. One thing I'm very happy about is that some of the teachers will not be returning - they were unpleasant to children and parents and always had a negative attitude.

- submitted by a parent
July 07, 2014
We have had a new principal from the year of 2013. He is around mid-40s or so and young for a principal, which we first thought that he could be better than the previous one because he could have a lot of energy and could be very enthusiastic. (I had no problem with previous principal though.) And as a matter of the fact, he sounded very enthusiastic AND innovative at first. But he just turned into the person who just says things and does nothing what is said, such as "My door is always open", which is so untrue. This school was chosen for CA distinguished school when he was NOT around. I have already seen that this school is going down in education and funding. As long as he is going to be there, Gardner is not going to be better like it used to be. He is ruining what the previous principal had built and created. By the way, this is my second posting. I guess someone reported to delete it. But this is The FACT and I would like to share what we have experienced. I have not put anything bad. Be aware that that is how they do. They keep deleting bad feedback for them and keeping the good ones just to make the school LOOK good, which is NOT.

- submitted by a parent
April 17, 2014
I am so excited that my son will be attending Gardner Street Elementary school this coming Fall. I went on the school tour and was really impressed by the principle. The upgrades to the infrastructure and playground are really great. Also, the hiring of music, art and gym teachers makes it more well rounded than many public schools in the area. There is an edible garden and a library too. The parents I met were all really excited and involved in the school. I am looking forward to joining them.

- submitted by a parent
October 23, 2013
I attended this school and I absolutely love it! I got a great education and made friends to last a lifetime(I hope) the teachers are great and really care about the students. There are so many fun events hosted by the PTA. I love this school so much! It's just wonderful!

- submitted by a community member
September 26, 2013
My daughter just entered kindergarten at Gardner Elementary and thus far it has been a pleasure. We decided against sending her to a very popular Magnate school in favor of sending her to a school in our neighborhood. We are so happy with our decision because our daughter is having a wonderful experience. Her teacher has a way of making the kids school work fun and engaging. I have a very difficult time tearing my daughter away from class at the end of the day. They have two options for the after school program, Aviva, and Star. The Aviva program is fee based and promotes academics, arts and crafts and lots of play time. My child comes home from school every day with her homework complete. The Star program is free for kids in first grade and up. The kids in Star Program are very busy with Music, dance,cooking, arts and crafts and many other enriching experiences. The new principal is from Wonderland Elementary an has his stuff together. He is attentive, caring and welcomes suggestions. He has big plans for this school and a lot of support from the parent led group "Friends of Gardnerville". The future is very bright at Gardner Elementary and we are very happy to be a part of it.

- submitted by a parent
September 26, 2013
I'm so excited to have my son attending Gardner this year. It seems like positive changes are taking place all over the campus and I attribute this to the leadership and energy of the new principal. The office staff are friendlier and the teachers are more attentive than ever before. My son says the new rules which allow kids to play where they want and eat where they want are incredible. I think this shows that the school's leaders have a lot of respect for kids and trust in their ability to make good decisions. I'm looking forward to what's next and am doing my part to make our wonderful school even better. Let's keep up the positive and productive energy!

- submitted by a parent
September 16, 2013
Great school with caring administration and teachers. The parent involvement is higher than most schools in the area. All the kids seem happy and enjoy their campus.

- submitted by a parent
July 23, 2013
My daughter attended Gardner from grades 3-5. It was an excellent place. She had Ms. Suarez for both 3rd and 5th grades and she was the most caring, sweet teacher we could have asked for.

- submitted by a parent
July 25, 2012
My child has been truly blessed to attend Gardner. This school has advanced teachers that know how to teach ,and what to teach. Kids are not wild and the faculty is great. I recommended gardner to everybody. My child went to the school for 5 years. Special thanks to Mr.Sigler and Ms.Bulbenko

- submitted by a parent
March 23, 2012
i love the arts programs here, but I have had the same experience with this teacher. She has threatened the students inappropriately several times, and disciplines them by keeping them inside for recess when they need to be exercising. Unfortunately, the requests to move my child to another class were ignored, and the teacher went undisciplined. In the meantime, my child has become used to the teacher and no longer cries or becomes upset by her treatment. My child loves the school and desires to stay with the good friends he has made and the excellent after school program, which is very supportive for academic, artistic and scientific learning!

- submitted by a parent
November 22, 2011
This school is a great school. Mr. Sigler is the most talented, creative, carrying teacher you can asked for your child. We've been blessed since the first day at this school. This teacher with the help of Ms. Balbenko brought to 5th graders love for opera, it was amazing to see my daugther very interesting in the Opera (LA opera came to the school to perform together with our kids), history, science, music. As a parent I can only be thankful for the teachers like Mr.Sigler and Ms Balbenko. My two kids are there and every year they said: Thanks for the best year ever!!! Also all the staff are very friendly, great school!!!

- submitted by a parent
November 02, 2011
This school is a great school.A special thanks to Mr.Sigler and Ms.Bulbenko they are the best educators ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

- submitted by a community member
July 03, 2011
Gardner is a wondeful school. My daughter was in Mr. Sigler's class and she has a love for the arts and science after his teachings. This is the kind of experience that will be with her throughout her life. Thank you Mr. Sigler and Gardner Elementary School.

- submitted by a parent
June 29, 2011
Amazing school, 5th grader teacher Mr.Sigler - the most talented, creative, carrying teacher you can asked for your child. We've been blessed since the first day at this school. This teacher with the help of Ms. Balbenko brought to 5th graders love for opera (LA opera came to the school to perform together with our kids), history, science, music. As a parent I can only be thankful for the teachers like Mr.Sigler and Ms Balbenko. Thank you for the best year ever!!!

- submitted by a parent
June 29, 2011
This school was very great!!!!!! I especially enjoyed Mr.Sigler and Ms.Bulbenko two very talented people. It was very ecstatic and I had a great year and was anything but ponderous. Thank you teachers and staff of Gardner. I am a thankful student.

- submitted by a community member
May 05, 2011
We recently moved outside of the Gardner school area, and so now our daughter is attending another school. We can immediately see a big difference in the school quality and various programs between the schools as well as the teachers/faculty. Gardner school is wonderful!!!!! Principal Mr. Urbina and Coordinator Ms. Lali are both intelligent, charismatic, and helpful! My daughter wants go back and visit her teachers Mr. Sigler, Ms. Bulbenko, Ms. Sandoyan, Ms. Aganyan and Ms. Popova!!! Starting from the ESL program my daughter became a gifted student with good grades! She passed the gifted child's test! Now she is in advanced classes. Also the cafeteria has good and healthy food. They have very good after school programs, Aviva and Star as they help kids do homework. All staff members are very friendly and attentive. In Gardner school the kids are always safe and comfortable. Also most of the kids learn how to behave, this is again from their teachers and staff. Thanks Gardner Street Elementary School for our kids!!! Viktoriya

- submitted by a parent
February 11, 2011
i hate this school....never enroll your child here. they don't know how to teach good. kid/s never learned anything.

- submitted by a community member
December 19, 2010
My daughter is in 2nd grade, her 3rd year here at Gardner St. I cannot say enough praise for Principal Urbina. He is charismatic, seems to love his job, and from my point of view he is working to elevate this school to the VERY HIGHEST LEVELS. He is engaging with parents, students and staff, and supports creative efforts by all. He brings a wealth of experience to this school both as a former educator and a leader. If I understand correctly he has navigated 2 other schools from average to accelerated. All the teachers we have encountered have something positive to offer students BEYOND the rising test score achievement. Many of which utilize the grand resources here in LA. The Geffen Playhouse, LA Opera, and the Environmental Outdoor Program (exact name?), to name a few. They are adding music enrichment programs right now. The parents are becoming very active in support of this school which will bring even more enrichment programs and teacher support. This IS a great school.

- submitted by a parent
October 13, 2010
The principal and much of the faculty are very friendly, courteous & understanding. They have great after school programs & the diversity in the school is wonderful. A great mix of nationalities.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 28, 2010
Quality of education and fantastic dedicated teachers and principal as well as everyone at the office. Great small enviroment.

- submitted by a community member
July 27, 2010
I am a former student of Gardner, and I've only studied for one year there. And this single year was full of hard work, fun and outstanding field trips. My teacher, Mr. Sigler, was unique in teaching language arts and science. Mostly I enjoyed the performances we did at Geffen Play House, Theatricum Botanicum, and at our school. I liked our art classes with Mr. Alberson, drama classes with Mr. Shervington and computer classes with Ms. Brenda. Our librarian, Ms. Levitan helped to choose exciting and fun books. THANK YOU GARDNER!!!

- submitted by a community member
July 09, 2010
I am a former student of Gardner. Of course I didn't have such a great time my last year of school there which was 5th grade, but I always loved the school. I still do and want to go back and visit my old teachers. I hope they didn't leave yet, a couple did. I know that for a fact. But it's a wonderful school, and had many wonders to it. At least, when I was little :] I remember the principals, and vice principals, and teachers. They were all great. Good luck and have fun for all the grade schoolers going to Gardner. It'll be a good...however many years you'll be there. I was there for 6 years. Yay

- submitted by a community member
June 20, 2010
I am a former stundent of Gardner St. School I and 'culminated' very recently. I would have to say I enjoyed the school for the most part. I attended this schol from 5th to 6th grade. For my fifth grade year I was not in the advanced program and I did not find it terribly stimulating, which as a student I have to be honest, I liked very much. :) For sixth grade I had the infamous Mrs. Gunther who was capable to say the least. She has a very strong reputation for her 'passion.' I felt this school was very hommy, the students were very normal and not at all stressed or odd in not a good way. The playground is quite small, and the officestaff really don't know what they're doing. The playgound staff and PE teachers are young and relatable. I Enjoyed it! And made good friends!:)

- submitted by a community member
June 18, 2010
What makes Gardner Elementary truly outstanding is its superb principal, Ken Urbina, a warm, enthusiastic, affable, brilliant educational leader who gives everything to his job, knows students by name and interacts with all at a high level. At seven years he's stamped Gardner with excellence, hiring a first-rate teaching staff, adding professional development, writing programs and a host of other advantages to benefit students. The school has a relaxed, friendly but very diverse student body, really a great mix of kids from many backgrounds, and the combination works well. The atmosphere of the place is just great, walk in and you'll feel it right away, and you can see how happy, serene and focused the students are. With 20% gifted and very high API scores, Gardner is an unusual gem in the LAUSD, and we're thrilled our daughter will spend the next three years there.

- submitted by a parent
September 07, 2009
Gardner St Elm. is the best school ever. My daughter is going to start 4th grade and every teacher that she had before helped her reach her goals to go to the upcoming grade.They helped her so much she has a high enough academic skills to be in the gifted class.If you are looking for a great school I would recommend Gardner.

- submitted by a parent
no rating June 28, 2009
I moved my son from a Private school where he was not getting the help he needed to Gardner's PSM class taught by Mr. Villegas. What a difference!!! My son's self esteem improved exponentially and within a month he knew his numbers, letters, etc.. when he knew none of this coming out of the private school. My son will remember this school and his teacher, Michael villegas, for the rest of his life I am sure as it has made such a big difference for him! We also had nothing but great experiences with the VP, Jackie Armstrong. I had reservations on moving my son from a private school to public school, but I would not go back. This was a much better experience overall for him. He loves this school!

- submitted by a parent
June 23, 2009
My daughter has attended 4th & 5th grade here and loves it. I can't say enough about Mr. Sigler - - He has amazing dedication, creativity and patience! Gardner Elementary has a wonderful community feel with impressive parent participation.

- submitted by a parent
June 23, 2009
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- submitted by a community member
May 08, 2009
Gardner Elem, is a great school. I have twins that have attended Gardner starting at pre-K and now they are in 1st grade. I also have a Kinder student. As a mom with kids that have a speech delay, i couldn't ask for such a more caring faculity. Every teacher they have had as been amazing, including the admin, special help teachers, Cafetera supervisior to vice principal. I have trully been blessed to have my children attend this school. Thank you to all the amazing teachers.

- submitted by a parent
March 12, 2009
Administration seems clueless in dealing with issues that affect childrens overall well being in class.

- submitted by a parent
August 24, 2008
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- submitted by a student
no rating March 07, 2008
My son attended this school from 2nd grade until 6th grade. I have to say that it was the best experience of his life. I like the diversity of this school. I would commend the principal and the teachers in their devotion to my son's academic growth.

- submitted by a parent
November 09, 2007
My daughter has been at Gardner Street since the 1st grade, she is now in the 5th grade and she has made great academic strides each year! The administrative staff, teachers and PTA is very hard working and the proof is in the overall tone and test scores of the school. Gardner Street is a wonderful elementary school and our children are blessed to have the opportunity to learn in such a great environment.

- submitted by a parent
October 12, 2007
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- submitted by a student
August 27, 2007
While I get the impression that the administration has great intentions and is highly capable, I was mortified by the things my son's teacher said to his class. Sadly, my son was bored with his work last year.

- submitted by a parent
April 05, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
May 11, 2006
This school is one of the best school so far that I have seen in the District 4 area. The quality of academics is good and they are well planned. Test scores for this school as a whole are high and the kids are very active in the education. They have a special education prgram for pre-school (PSM) which is a great program and the teachers and aids are excellent. The teachers for the general classes seem good as well. I have met the teacher for the kindergarden program. The school programs are more academic based and aids are provided for those who fall a little behind to insure they can keep on track. The staff and Vice Principal are wonderful to work with and as if with everything you as a parent need to be involved and the VP welcomes that and does her part to get you answers.

- submitted by a parent
May 05, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
December 27, 2005
It is good quality of academic programs. The school offers basic music, arts, and sports. There is some level of parent's involvement. In recent years school improves a lot.

- submitted by a parent
August 16, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
April 03, 2005
This school was ok, but not great. Principal Ceila Ripke really cares about the school.

- submitted by a parent
March 10, 2005
As the PTA President, new to public schools, I must say that this school has a lot of potential. My daughter get's as much enrichment here as her previous stint at a private school. There is lots to do, and after school activities. And with my involvement and getting other parents involved, it only gets better. The new Principal is engaged and committed. The staff is great. The problems which are mainly about parent involvement I'm finding have to do with language and cultural barriers that I'm slowly figuring out. And safety needs to be addressed only in the sense that a routine needs to be figured out. But this is being developed and I am committed to making this school even greater! If more parents within the affluent community came to this school and involved their support, half that of private schools, this place would be the best!

- submitted by a parent
September 15, 2004
Great school. Good teachers, parents who are caring, as result, quality education and high API.

- submitted by a parent
June 17, 2004
My daughter just completed 4th grade at Gardner. This is the 3rd school (and 1st public one) she's been to since 1st grade. The 1st private school gave a great education but my daughter was a minority of one, so she had no friends and was miserable. She had friends at the 2nd private school, but the school taught 2nd grade math in the 3rd grade, so she never learned multiplication or division in a classroom setting. Gardner is the first school she's been to where she is getting a good education (and the teachers have been GREAT about giving her before-school math tutoring to get her caught up), and she is also developing good social skills through her many friendships. She even told me she's going to 'miss school'over summer break, and she is looking forward to returning to Gardner for the 5th Grade.

- submitted by a parent
March 20, 2004
Two years ago I enrolled my son at Gardner with great trepidation. My concerns were many and varied. After an initial bump in the road - which was smoothed by 'hands-on' attention from the excellent Principal, Ms Ripke, my boy has had a great experience at Gardner. Our sincere thanks to all of the faculty and staff for creating a wonderful learning environment.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 30, 2003
It's been...15 years since I have been on the campus of Gardner, but I still remember how special my experience there was. My 6th grade teacher ( @ that time it went up to 6th grade) Mr. Esquivel was such an inspiration, that I hold his principles dear to me till this day. I have kept an ongoing tab of the school's progress, and I am PROUD to say that, in the midst of such a terrible time for our public school systems, Gardner Elementary is still able to harvest exceptional students and create a lifelong experience of diversity, fun, and education.

- submitted by a community member
August 27, 2003
Gardner is a really good school. The principal is extremely capable and caring, the environment is very safe and stimulating, the teachers are good, a good number of them are exceptional. I'm very satisfied with the overall quality of the school. My kids look forward to going to school every morning, which is most important.

- submitted by a parent
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Gardner St. Eementary School has a has a warm and welcoming environment. Our school is extremely focused on academics. In addition, we are now a 2012 California Distinguished School, Elementary Arts Program School and School for Advanced Studies. We have just opened our newest technology lab, the MusIQ Lab in the Michael Jackson classroom. All Gardner students now receive weekly musical keyboarding lessons supported by our great Friends of Gardnerville school support non-profit organization.

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Gardner Street Elementary School
7450 Hawthorn Ave., Los Angeles, CA  90046
(323) 876-4710
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