The Coyote Corner

February 8, 2019

Sierra Nevada Journeys Family Science Night

Thank you families, staff, and SNJ for a great night of science and family engagement!

Thank You For Your Feedback!

Thank you for completing our survey. I will be sharing the results with our School Site Council and staff next week. We will use your feedback to make changes for next year. Thank you for supporting our school and helping our team make CRC even greater!


2/12/19-Pop With a Cop 1st Grade

2/12/19-School Site Council Meeting at 3:30 PM in room 5.

2/12/19-PTA Meeting at 4:30 PM in room 5.

2/14/19-Valentine's Day- Wear RED or PINK today.

2/18-2/22-Winter Break-No School

Don't Be a Bully Curriculum is Coming to CRC

On Wednesday 2/6/19 Keith Deltano came to share his knowledge on bullying. Over the next several months our students will dig deeper into how to combat bullying. Below are resources you may use to help implement some of Keith's strategies at home.

Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) is Seeking Feedback

Our mental health partners are seeking input on community mental health priorities as part of the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) 2018-19 Annual Update community planning process. They’re gathering survey data through February 15th.

There are multiple ways to complete the survey:

  1. Click on this link to complete the web-based survey -;
  2. visit, print, and return a completed paper survey;
  3. stakeholders may visit any Wellness Center or the Courthouse Annex to fill out the survey.

Intruder Drill

Later this month we will be conducting an A.L.I.C.E. Drill. A.L.I.C.E. (Alert Lockdown Inform Counter Evacuate) is a set of proactive strategies that increase chances of survival during an active shooter event. The purpose of conducting the drill is the same as the other safety drills we regularly conduct. It helps our staff and students be better prepared in the event of an emergency. Our staff participates in specialized training for this type of event and twice a year we schedule a drill so that staff and students can practice and evaluate our current procedures.

In preparation for this drill, teachers will be discussing with students lockdown as well as evacuation procedures. We will have our district safety coordinator on site at the conclusion of the drill to answer questions and provide immediate feedback to the staff and students. You may also want to discuss with your child the purpose of the drill and other safe locations near the school that would be good meeting spots in the event of a real emergency.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

To learn more about the training our staff has received, please see the website below:

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