6315 Radford Avenue
North Hollywood CA, 91606
Phone: (818) 761-4676
Fax: (818) 769-2729
7:30am - 4:30pm
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Fridays
7:55 a.m. - 2:14 p.m.
7:55 a.m. - 1:14 p.m.
Search Links for Kids!
Our Board Member Mónica Ratliff...
Visit her website- to learn more on the project Mónica is working on for our community.
(Click on the link below)
Mónica Ratliff LAUSD Board of Education member representing District 6, which is located in the northeast San Fernando Valley and includes the communities of Arleta, Lakeview Terrace, Mission Hills, North Hollywood, and other surrounding communities.
Also a big supporter of Victory Elementary.
Welcome to Victory Boulevard Elementary!
We are an urban public school that effectively educates all students so that each will contribute to and benefit from our diverse society.
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Title I Program
For information on the Title I Program, please click here: Title I Link
Title I Program at Victory Elementary:
Parent Involvement Policy and School Parent Compact will be sent home the week of: OCTOBER 24, 2016.
Message to Parents:
-LAUSD Title 1 Parent Involvement Policy was sent home 9-21-15.
-Victory's Parent Involvement Policy and Compact will be sent home the third week of November.
Message From Principal Diamond....
Dear Parents or Guardians,
Motivation Methods That Work
"Have you finished your book report?" "When are you going to take out the trash?" Does it seem like you're constantly nagging at your youngster to get things done?
Instead of nagging, try the suggestions and "can-do" tips in this special report. You'll boost your child's enthusiasm for doing what he needs to do - in school and at home!
Never underestimate the power of a "Good job!" Children crave approval from their parents. A positive response, such as a hug or a smile, can be a great incentive. Whether it's for washing a sink full of dishes or passing a math quiz, a word of encouragement will show your youngster that you notice his hard work. His self-confidence will soar, and he will want to keep trying.
Let your child overhear you bragging to a friend when he cleans his room without being asked. Hang tests on the fridge, or send copies of a good report card to relatives.
Please remember to turn in Box Tops to help fund student field trips!
Victory Elementary- Where Student Learning Comes First
Involved parents create a better education for their children: Ask to see your child's homework, be in touch with the teacher and participate and enjoy all of our school events!
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Working Together- Parents and School
(Kinder-Rms. 25, 34 & 35)
(Kinder Rms. 22, 23 &1st-5th & SDC)
11:40PM - (K-1)
12:25-1:05PM - (Grades 2-5 & SDC)
Minimum Day Brunch Schedule
1st Brunch - 10:30-11:00AM
2nd Brunch - 11:05-11:35AM