North Side Pyramid

Community Newsletter

Our North Side Pyramid Principals would like to share our second pyramid newsletter with our North Side Pyramid community. This year we will be sending out pyramid newsletters that will highlight the great things our students are experiencing in our schools. We hope that you enjoy the first edition.

Los directores del grupo de esculas del North Side Pyramid, queremos compartir el segundo periodico de informaction para la comunidad de familias que pertenecen al North Side Pyramid. Este ano escolar mandaremos periodicos de informacion clebrando las buenas experiencias que nuestros estudiantes tienen en nuestras escuelas. Esperamos que disfruten de esta primera edicion.

Team Work!

We want to recognize Mr. Bartolotta, principal at Kirkpatrick MS, who recently shared donated school supplies with other elementary schools with in our North Side Pyramid. Here you can see him delivering supplies to Kirkpatrick Elementary. Our team wants to thank him for his generosity and committment to help ALL students in our North Side Pyramid!

North Side High School

JP Elder Middle School

At JP Elder teachers and staff spent a lot of time preparing for a successful returen to in-person learning. Our Elder staff is shown preparing for a drone filming that recorded a welcome back video for our amazing students. Our coaches worked hard in preparing the new weight room, for our student’s return. We also want to share the pumpkins J.P. Elder staff decorated for our Pumpkin Decoration contest.

Students dissected crawfish in Mr. Raybon’s dissection class.

Kirkpatrick Middle School

Thank you KMS custodial staff for disinfecting our school and keeping our Wildcat staff, parents and students safe!!!!! Mr. Bartolotta delivered donated school supplies to elementary schools to support future Wildcats.

Dolores Huerta Elementary

Students picking up their library books from Ms. Rubio. It’s great seeing the smiling faces ready to read.

Congratulations to Ms. Ocegueda’s 3rd grade class for having the most PTA members! They won with 18 members in their homeroom and will receive snacks as well as $50 to spend for their classroom. If you have not yet joined PTA, it is not too late! Dues are $6. You can grab an envelope from the front office or join online at

Our Huerta Wolves enjoyed playing in our new playground! Outdoor time is so fun!

Kirkpatrick Elementary

Mr. Herrera, 3rd Grade Teacher at Kirkpatrick is building a great community of learners that are in-person and virtual. These students are collaborating with their classroom technology!

Ms. Partain, PK Teacher at Kirkpatrick, celebrates her successful and safe dismissal. Her PK Wildcats are following important procedures!

Coach Lewis is leading our Wildcats in physical movement while social distancing! Let’s get Wildcat Healthy and Strong!

Go Wildcats!

Manuel Jara Elementary

Our wonderful partners at Academy 4 donated Chromebooks to our students! Thank you to Academy 4, the Roop Family Foundation and other generous individuals in our community for this wonderful donation!

Our Manuel Jara Family celebrated Ms. Castaneda and Ms. Collins on Boss's Day! All staff added a token of appreciation for campus administrators.

Our Manuel Jara Scholars are practicing social distance as they enter the building after enjoying the great weather and outdoors during recess.

M.G. Ellis Primary

Kinder students are being great listeners as Coach Cardoso provides instructions during P.E.

After the librarian read The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Dawait, Ian submitted his work through Google Classroom. Ian's favorite color is green.

Rufino Mendoza Elementary

Sam Rosen Elementary

At Sam Rosen we pride ourselves with supporting our students both academcially and with social-emotional guidance. Here you can see Ms. Leeann Herrera seamlessly engaging and working with both her in-person and virtual students. We then have Mrs. Natosha Farrell, new Sam Rosen Counselor, leading a session during one of her Guidance Lessons with 2nd graders. Sam Rosen is blessed to have her on board!

Washington Heights Elementary

Washington Heights wants to recognize their Community/Business Partner, Unity One, who donated a backpack full of supplies for each student. They also donated a $25 Amazon gift card for each teacher to purchase instructional supplies of their choice! Unity One Rocks!

WJ Turner Elementary

Our students and teachers at W.J. Turner were excited to get back into the classroom. Mrs. Sandoval, second grade teacher, conducts a lesson for both in-person and virtual learning at the same time. Students have an opportunity to practice new skills, as they solve a math lesson together. We also want to highlight Mrs. Martinez, fourth grade teacher, who's virtual students and in-person students work on a project together.

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