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Be Safe  *  Be Responsible  *  Be Respectful                                              HOME OF THE LIONS!!!!                                              Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today.  -Malcolm X
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Welcome Back Hosler families to the 2018-2019 school year. Let me begin by saying how privileged I feel to be serving the community of Lynwood as the Principal of Hosler Middle School, home of the lions!  I am eager to begin the awesome work of building strong relationships with our students, parents, and staff to ensure that we provide a safe, conducive learning environment for all students.
For over 20 years, I have dedicated my life to the field of education because I believe that a quality education can change the trajectory of a student’s life. I firmly believe that if provided the opportunity and the appropriate support, all students can learn and reach their full potential! My passion is fueled by my own personal experiences as a first generation college student, and that of many students who demonstrated to me through the years that all they needed was an opportunity and someone to believe in them.
Hosler Middle School is committed to providing our students with instruction, programs, and activities that will help prepare them for the rigor of high school and beyond.  We also understand that in order for our students to be academically successful, their social-emotional needs must be meet as well.
Hosler will focus on developing innovative thinkers who can effectively communicate, collaborate and problem solve. Our dedicated staff meets regularly throughout the year to collaborate on instruction and programming to better meet the needs of all students.  
Using a holistic approach, Hosler Middle School is committed to helping develop and guide all our students to make good decisions and choices that will have a positive impact on their educational careers as well as their future.  We will encourage our students to practice our school’s core values: Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Safe as a way to develop people of good character: who can inspire and lead.
The middle school years are a critical and transitional time for students.  Today’s students are often faced with a multitude of challenges that often extend beyond the reach of school, but can have immediate impact on our student’s educational achievement. This is why communication and collaboration between our parents, staff and students is key! If there should ever be a concern please do not hesitate to reach out to our teachers, staff or administration. Together we can begin to find solutions that can ensure our students social-emotional needs are meet and they stay on track towards meeting their educational goals.
Please refer to the Hosler Middle School website to learn more about how our parents can be a part of our school committees and activities. Your voice matters!
Celinna Pinelo
Principal, Hosler Middle School

Our Mission

The mission of Lynwood Unified School District, the cultivator of innovative thinkers, is to ensure each student fearlessly achieves his or her highest academic and personal aspirations while contributing to the greater society through a unique system distinguished by: • people of great character who inspire and lead by example • the instilling of courage to be creative • the transformative uses of technology • safe and clean environments • the honoring of all voices of our community.

About Us

All students graduate college-ready to achieve their highest academic and personal aspirations.
All students possess noble character.
Each student fulfills his or her vision of personal and professional success.
Each student actualizes his or her true identity through leading a purposeful life.
All students exceed grade level achievement and college content-readiness assessments.

Recent News

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Winter Break

There will be no school due to the Winter Holidays from Dec. 17, 2018 to Jan. 4, 2019. Students return to school on Monday, January 7, 2019. Have a safe and wonderful break.
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Anti-Bullying Campaign

Every October, schools and organizations across the country observes National Bullying Prevention Month. The goal: encourage communities to work together to stop bullying and cyberbullying by increasing awareness of the prevalence and impact of bullying on all children of all ages.
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Parent and Student Handbook (LUSD) 2018-2019

Please review and return the signed acknowledgement forms to your child's first period teacher on or before October 26, 2018. If you need a hard copy, please stop by our attendance office.
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College Day!!!

Every Wednesday is College Day. We encourage all staff and students to wear their college gear.