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End of Year Parent Letter

Please take a few minutes to read the letter as it has important updates for the last week of school regarding the before school program and early dismissal days. We ask that you read it thoroughly and please make transportation arrangements as needed. We would like to thank you all for another amazing year and if you have any questions or concerns, please contact our main office at 323-352-3148.
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No Street Parking @ 4970/4990

Please read the attached memo about a street closure that will start Tuesday May 16, 2023. We are also asking for parent volunteers to support making the drop off and pick up of students safe. If you would like to volunteer please call Mr. Ruiz or Mr. Lopez at (323)646-1286.

MEMO #3 Facility repairs 4.17.2023

Dear Families,
Please read the attached Memorandum #3 as it has important information about where we are in the process of the school facilities. As stated in the Memo, If you have any questions or concerns, please direct them to Mr.Lopez @ 323.646.1286

Memo #2 Storm Damages to School Facilities

Dear Families,
Please take some time to read the attached memo as it has important information in regards to the flooding our 4970 Huntington Dr. school campus experienced due to the recent heavy rains.
If you have any questions please call the office at (323)352-3148.
Thank you,

Queridas familias,
Tómese un tiempo para leer el memorando adjunto, ya que contiene información importante con respecto a la inundación que experimentó nuestro plantel escolar de 4970 Huntington Dr. debido a las fuertes lluvias recientes.
Si tiene alguna pregunta, llame a la oficina al (323)352-3148.

Reforestation Date Change

Anahuacalmecac had scheduled the first part of our reforestation efforts for this Saturday, January 14, 2023. We thank our community members and families who registered for this Saturday's reforestation event. Due to the recent extreme weather and safety reasons, we have postponed this event. The new confirmed date for our community reforestation event is Saturday, January 28, 2023. Additionally, on January 27th, 2023, Anahuacalmecac will have a school-wide Reforestation event at Debs park. You and your child will receive information about the next event via email and text. If you would like to volunteer for any events, don't hesitate to contact Mr. Kuahutzin at [email protected] or Ms. Barbosa
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Website Under Construction

Parts of our website will be going under construction to make it easier to navigate and a more enjoyable experience for you. Please bare with us as the process will take some time to complete. If you notice any issues with the website, please contact the Main Office.

Counseling and Resources for Families

Anahuacalmecac would like to provide some comforting words and resources for families in need of counseling as school communities deal with the recent school shooting in Texas. Please click.
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Tlalilwitl (Earth Day)

Join us on April 22nd in honoring Tlalilwitl (Earth Day) and the new launch of urban reforestation program and the planting of 700 native trees.

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Within each of us, there’s a seed. Of each of us, a sower

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Semillas Sociedad Civil is an indigenous community-based nonprofit organization that organizes youth, parents and educators to advance self-determination, sovereignty and human rights as Indigenous Peoples through autonomous education and advocacy. (Organizational Mission)
 
Anahuacalmecac International University Preparatory of North America is dedicated to student academic excellence, Native wisdom, and appreciation of the cultural and intellectual heritage of Indigenous Peoples and the promotion of positive social awareness. (School Mission)

Anahuacalmecac at a glance

  • 100%
    Cohort graduation rate
  • NAHUATL
    Language courses
  • 15
    Indigenous curriculum centered A-G courses such as
    Global Indigenous Voices Indigenous Environmental Science Original Nations Immigrants and Settlers From Homelands to Diaspora Literatures of Resurgence: Peoples, Powers and Protest Writing for Social Justice Leadership and Liberation