SRES FAMILY NEWSLETTER FOR THE WEEK OF APRIL 26, 2021
IMPORTANT DATES SUMMARY:
- 4/23/2021 - RVC Registration FORM (2021/2022) Due TODAY
- 4/24/2021 - REEF RECYCLE Charity Event - TOMORROW
- 4/26 - 5/07 - Pennies for Pancreatic Cancer LOP Fundraiser
- 4/30/2021 - INTENT Form (2021/2022) Due
- 5/07/2021 - LOP May Fitness Challenge (TBA)
- 5/13/2021 - Elementary Open House Cancelled - Regular Bell Schedule
- 5/14/2021 - Yearbook Form & $20 Cash Due
- 5/14/2021 - Parent Input Form (2021/2022) Due
- 5/16/2021 - Chalk it Up event @ Breen Elementary School
- 5/17/2021 - Minimum Day Schedule TK-6 - Teacher's Grade Prep
- 5/31/2021 - Memorial Day - All RUSD Schools Closed
- 6/02/2021 - 6th Grade Celebration
- 6/03/2021 - Minimum Day / Last Day of School
SEE SPECIFIC DETAILS BELOW
SRES PBIS News: Volume 1, Issue 1
RECYCLE CHARITY EVENT ~ SATURDAY, APRIL 24 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Event will collect aluminum cans and plastic bottles.
Otter Pop Party for the school with the most participation
Saturday, April 24, 2021, from 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Drop off location: Sierra College, 5100 Sierra College Blvd. & El Don Drive; parking lot.
Click Recycle for Charity to access the flyer.
PENNIES FOR PANCREATIC CANCER ~ LOP FUNDRAISER
INTENT FORM - 2021/2022 SCHOOL YEAR
YEARBOOK ORDER FORM & $20 CASH - DUE BY MAY 14
Inside California Education Featuring Mrs. Cihak and her RVC Class
Inside California Education Show Aired on April 21 at 7:30 p.m. on KVIE
Inside California Education is a public television series that explores the challenges, issues, and stories of public education. The show aired on Wednesday, April 21, 2021, offers an insider’s perspective on how The Monterey Bay Aquarium partners with California educators to bring virtual life science into the virtual classroom for students while learning from home during the Covid-19 worldwide pandemic.
Katy Scott, STEM Integration Manager at the Monterey Bay Aquarium virtually teaches 4th-grade students from teacher Rebecca Marquez-Cihak’s class at the Rocklin Virtual Campus.
To view the episode, please click on the link: Inside California Education
CLASS PLACEMENT - 2021/2022 SCHOOL YEAR
Dear Coyote Families,
As we near the end of the 2020/2021 school year and consider class placements for next year we want to ensure you have information regarding the process. Please understand that a great deal of time, energy, and professional judgment goes into the placement of each and every student.
Factors that we consider while building “balanced” classes include the following:
Combinations of students that create the strongest learning environment possible (for all students, not just a few)
Close to an equal number of boys and girls
Student personality, behavior, and special needs
Individual learning styles
Therefore, we are not accepting specific teacher requests. However, if you would like to provide input that would help us with class placement without making specific teacher requests, please complete and submit this Parent Input Form no later than Friday, May 14. Any information you provide regarding your student’s learning style, personality, behavior, and/or special needs is valued and will be noted.
Staff will use their professional and in-depth knowledge of your child as a learner and student to develop well-balanced classes that reflect the Sunset Ranch Learning Community.
When you have completed the annual Data Confirmation in the Aeries Parent Portal, teacher assignments can be accessed there prior to the first day of school as in the past.
CHALK IT UP EVENT @ BREEN ELEMENTARY SUNDAY, MAY 17, 2021 @ 10:00 A.M.
The Rocklin Unified School District (RUSD) recognizes the complex, controversial, and, for many, very personal issues that many members of our school community face during times like this.
This year, the RUSD Equity and Inclusivity Steering Committee discussed the importance of continuing to recognize the impact national and local incidents of inequity and racial discrimination have on our students, families, employees, and the community-at-large. The school district prioritizes equity and inclusivity across all of our campus to provide a positive, safe, and welcoming atmosphere to unite and respect the diversity at each school and is committed to this work.
Throughout this school year, we have promoted events that have taken place throughout the county in efforts to erase hate, spread love, and to raise awareness. The community is encouraged to participate in the next “Chalk it Up” event at Breen Elementary. Due to rain in the forecast, the event will now take place on Sunday, May 16, 2021 from 10:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
If participants would like to donate a book during the event, please review this list of books recommended by the RUSD librarian: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/263LKH4HJORBA?ref_=wl_share .
ELEMENTARY OPEN HOUSE CANCELLED
Thank you for your continued support and partnership during this challenging year. It has been wonderful having all students back on campus these past two weeks. The voices and laughter of children have brought our campuses back to life!
Our annual TK-6 Open House was scheduled for Thursday, May 13, 2021. Unfortunately, due to continuing restrictions on large gatherings due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are cancelling Open House this year at our elementary schools including the Rocklin Virtual Campus (RVC). We look forward to resuming this important community event in the 2021-22 school year.
Thursday, May 13 was scheduled to be a minimum day. However, with the cancellation of Open House, we are changing this day back to a full instructional day with normal school hours (Early Start - 7:50-2:20 / Late Start - 8:25-2:55). Please adjust your schedules accordingly.
SPRING IS HERE! SO HERE IS A REMINDER ABOUT DRESS CODE @ SRES
Please ensure students are wearing appropriate clothing and shoes according to the RUSD Board Policy provided in part below:
Student Dress and Appearance (Reference Board Policy 5132)
The following guidelines are intended to define appropriate student attire and personal grooming and shall apply to all regular school activities:
▪ All garments must fit and be worn in the manner in which they are designed. Pants must be worn at or above the hip point and be able to stay up without a belt.
▪ Footwear must be worn at all times. At all elementary schools, for safety reasons, thongs or backless shoes/sandals are prohibited; however, sandals may be worn if they have heel straps.
▪ For the safety of our students, Physical Education requires that athletic shoes that stay on during high activity be worn.
▪ Clothes shall be sufficient to conceal undergarments at all times. See-through or fish-net fabrics, halter tops, off-the-shoulder or low-cut tops, tank tops, torn-off sleeves, bare midriffs, and skirts or shorts shorter than mid-thigh are prohibited.
▪ Inappropriate lettering, printing, message patches, or messages on clothing, hats, backpacks, binders, or other personal items are prohibited.
▪ Hats are not allowed to be worn in the classroom (district-wide) with the exception of classroom curriculum activities.
NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION FOR ALL GRADES IS OPEN! REGISTER TODAY!
For more registration information regarding TK/Kindergarten Registration, please click here.
Registration for all grade levels is open. To register your student, please click here.
We will be sending home intent to return forms with more information for current students at SRES and RVC soon. Stay tuned.
Please make sure students return to school with their library books after spring break. Since we will be returning to a regular schedule, the library will be enforcing its traditional rules of :
TK-1st grade students- 1 book checkout
2nd-6th grade students- 2 book checkout
No checkout for a student with an overdue book
Flower Power Fundraiser
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