December 9th, 2022
~ Message from Ms. Triplett ~
Looking to this week, it is our last week before winter break and we are looking forward to a fun-filled week. Monday is our Senior Chorus Concert and Tuesday is our Junior and Kinder Chorus Concert. Girls in STEM Class is after school on Tuesday as well. Our December School Site Council meeting is on Wednesday at 3pm in the library. It is open to all parents and we hope you can join us. Thursday is the GATE Physics Club after school in Room 35 as well as our parent ELAC meeting in the Library at 8:30am. Friday is pajama day and our December Pep Rally. Also, ALL students will be dismissed at 12:30pm.
Be sure to read the remainder of this newsletter, as it contains important information on upcoming events, free tutoring and more!
School Dismissal on December 16th is now at 12:30pm!!
Dear Wrangler Parents,
Please be advised that our elementary school calendar has changed recently. On Friday, December 16, 2022, the Friday before Winter Break begins, all elementary school students will have a minimum day. This day will follow the same schedule as conference week and the last day of school. Dismissal will be at 12:30 PM that day. Students will still eat lunch on campus.
Once again, Friday, December 16, 2022 will be a minimum day schedule with students being dismissed at 12:30 PM.
2022-2023 Opt-In Communication for CVUSD Advisory Council/Committee Updates
In CVUSD, parent/guardian engagement and participation is a top priority! Participation is encouraged through many organizations and activities. Several CVUSD Advisory Councils/Committees that support parent/guardian participation are listed below, with the OPTION for you to select any or all to receive communications from the school’s identified parent/guardian representative and/or from school site administration. This communication would provide information and updates to you related to the Advisory Council/Committee meetings. Please select the Council(s)/Committee(s) that you would like to receive information and updates on, approximately monthly. If you have students at multiple school sites, please submit the form for each school. Additionally, if you opted-in last year, please plan to do so annually. Importantly, should you choose to opt-in to receiving these updates, the parent/guardian representative for the Advisory Council(s)/Committees(s) and/or the administration will not share your email address with others. You also have the ability to opt-out at any time in the event you no longer wish to receive the Advisory Council/Committee information.
If you would like to learn more about these Advisory Councils/Committees, or other ways to get involved at CVUSD, please go to: https://www.conejousd.org/domain/1365
If you have any questions in this regard, please contact name/email
To access the Advisory Council/Committee Opt-In Form, please use this LINK.
Free Covid Test Kits
Odyssey of the Mind News!
Lunchtime Odyssey of the Mind will start on Friday, December 2nd for Kindergarten and 1st grade students. Students will eat lunch, and then come to the library at 11:30. Odyssey of the Mind is a fun, group, creative problem solving program.
Please contact email@example.com for more information.
Makerspace Needs Donations
As you clean up from holiday celebrations, for two upcoming projects, we could use:
- Shirt boxes (shirt boxes only please - any color and size)
- Empty ribbon spools (any size)
- Scotch brand tape and glue sticks
There is a bin in the lobby where you can drop donations any time. Thank you for your continued support of this hands-on learning space!
Free Online Tutoring to all California Residents - Available 24/7
Important Upcoming Dates
- 1st - Reflections Gallery Night
- 6th - PTA Restaurant Night
- 12th - Senior Chorus Concert
- 13th - Kinder & Junior Chorus Concert
- 16th - Pep Rally & Spirit Day: Pajama Day!
- 19th-31st - NO SCHOOL Winter Break!
- 2nd - NO SCHOOL
- 3rd - First Day back from Winter Break
- 13th - PTA Executive Board Meeting
- 16th - NO SCHOOL MLK Day
- 18th - Blood Drive
- 18th - School Site Council Meeting
- 18th - Science Night
- 23rd - Grades 3-5 Strings Performance
- 25th - PTA Restaurant Night
- 25th - Talent Show Auditions
- 25th - Band Performance
- 26th - Talent Show Auditions
- 27 - Pep Rally
- 27th - PTA General Association Meeting
- 27th - Wranglers Around the World
- 30th - Spring Enrichment Classes begin
Click below for this month's Counseling News!
Minimizing Classroom Interruptions!
In order to minimize classroom interruptions, we have implemented procedures with forgotten items. We are receiving a large amount of deliveries for lunches, instruments, water bottles, library books, clothing and backpacks. Please encourage your students to be prepared and check for their belongings before leaving your house. We appreciate your support!
Please note that lunches for grades 1-5 that are delivered to the school will be placed on the table outside of the cafeteria. Students should collect them from the table. They will not be delivered to the classroom.
Forgotten Instruments will be kept in the front office. Students can come to the front to see if their parent has dropped it off.
~ Messages to students
If you need to get a message to your student during the day, please contact the teacher directly.
Keeping our Wrangles Safe!
Raptor & Volunteer Paperwork Procedures
ALL volunteers need to fill out new volunteer forms yearly. This includes volunteers for the classrooms, the Library, and PTA. You can pick up forms in the front office or click here to print them from the website. Turn all forms into the front office. We will only accept packets that are complete. Listed below you fill find the checklist for the packet:
- Registration Form
- Code of Conduct Form
- Copy of your TB test with doctor's signature. (active for 4 years)
- Copy of your Drivers License
- Please note: YOU MUST HAVE YOUR PAPERWORK IN 2-3 DAYS BEFORE YOU VOLUNTEER. The office needs a few days to enter it into our Raptor system.
Thank you for helping us keep our little Wranglers safe!
Drop Off and Pick Up Procedures
- Students may not be dropped off or picked up after school through the front entrance!
- Please be mindful and DO NOT park in Staff parking spots to drop off students. Those are reserved for staff members only.
A few friendly reminders for the drop-off and pick-up line:
- If you are using the drop-off and pick-up lines, please pull all the way forward and do not leave your vehicle.
- All students using the drop-off and pick-up line should be ready to leave the car with their backpacks.
- There is NO parking in the drop-off and pick-up lines.
- All students should enter campus through our gates on Sandhurst and Knightsbridge.
Lost & Found
Please do not enter through the front of the school to look for lost items.
The items will be donated at the end of each month.
Science Night is back!
SAVE THE DATE: Jan 18th is Lang Ranch PTA Science Night! Plan to join for us for a fun night with Mad Science assembly and exploration booths!!
Lang Ranch 2023 Nominating Committee
Lang Ranch PTA is looking for 7 volunteers (5 members and 2 alternatives) to serve on our 2023 Nominating Committee.
The Nominating Committee will fill the slate of nominees for the 2023-2024 Executive Board. No one may serve on the Nominating Committee if they served last year and all who wish to serve on the Nominating Committee must be in good standing with CAPTA.
If you are interested or have any questions about serving on the Nominating Committee, please contact Nah Young Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org.
School Cents Holiday Points x 4!!
Now accepting pictures from
Wrangler Roundup, First Fay of School, Walk to School, Fall Festival and Unity Day.
Blood Drive Coming to Lang Ranch
For any all day absences or late arrivals, please contact at us before 8:45 a.m. Call our attendance line at 805-241-4417, option #1 or email the attendance liaison at email@example.com to report an absence with a detailed reason for absence.
It is important that all positive cases of COVID-19 are reported to the health office. If your student tests positive for COVID-19, we need to know in order to ensure we are supporting your student through their recovery. The health and safety of our student body and staff is a top priority. If you have any questions or concerns related to COVID-19, please reach out to our office.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Kristine Kawaguchi at 805-241-4417 Ext 319 or firstname.lastname@example.org.