During Green Week, the school community will focus on ecology and the environment. We ask families to be especially aware this week of how much trash is reduced by using reusable containers and buying in bulk instead of purchasing individually packaged portions of lunch foods.
Board meetings are open to the public and have a public comment period at the beginning of the meeting. Agenda is posted at least 72 hrs before the meeting on the school outdoors bulletin board, in the office, and on the school’s website.
The school participates in Screen-Free Week as a way of bringing awareness to the excessive amount of time many children spend watching screens instead of being active and creative. Media also has a way of barraging us with commercial messages and different sets of values that we may not welcome. Use this week of screen-free time to have some fun together with your children playing active games, dancing, playing music, making art, doing service projects...what else can you think of?
State-mandated assessments will take place for students in grades 3 and up during the testing window between April 29-May 17. Families should not plan to take vacations during this time! CAASPP testing is for language arts and mathematics for all levels, and science for grade 5. PFT is a physical fitness test for grade 5 that involves a pacer run, curl ups, push ups, and flexibility tests.
All school families are encouraged to attend our Parent Council Meeting to provide input to our LCAP, or Local Control Accountability Plan. Parent/guardian feedback and input about our current and future programs is important to our community planning process.
Optional potluck will be held at 5 PM, and free child care is provided during the meeting.
No school today...enjoy your long weekend!
Join your child's Guide and your child to review and discuss progress for the year and share a work portfolio. Please make your appointment on ParentSquare.
School dismissal is at 2:30 today. Enjoy your summer vacation!